Articulation & Transfer Agreements

Woodbury, MN college campus

What is an Articulation Agreement?

Articulation agreements indicate transfer opportunities for students with credits earned at Globe University or Minnesota School of Business. Students should contact the institution where they would like to transfer and apply. Please contact an academic services staff member at your campus or online for help transferring.

Articulation/Transfer Agreements:

The following is a list of academic partners willing to work with Globe/MSB students. Each school is subject to its own discretion on transfers. (Check back as we add to this list)

What are my options?

Please know, you have a choice about whether you want to participate in the teach-out. Students attending schools that close have options for continuing to pursue their education:

  • Option 1 – Participate in a teach-out. Wisconsin & South Dakota students have the option to complete their program of study at existing locations through Broadview University.
  • Option 2 – Transfer credits to a similar program at another institution (and likely have to complete additional credits to graduate).
  • Option 3 – Transfer credits and complete a different program of study at another institution (and likely have to complete more additional credits to graduate).
  • Option 4 – Enroll at a different institution without transferring any credits.

To learn more information about Articulation Agreements, visit the Minnesota Office of Higher Education or the State of Wisconsin Educational Approval Board (EAB) website or talk with your specific campus director. For answers on student loans visit the Federal Student Aid website.

Individual advising sessions will be scheduled with all students to design a plan specific to their success. If you have questions, please call us at 651-332-8100.

What’s does this mean for my degree?

Globe University and Minnesota School of Business are still recognized to grant degrees by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education (OHE), the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS), and the US Department of Education

The quality of education you received was not in question by the Attorney General’s lawsuit, nor is it with any of the regulators’ actions. You gained the knowledge, skills, and credentials through hard work and perseverance. You are part of an alumni group of approximately 100,000 graduates from the past 140 years who earned their degrees from Globe University or Minnesota School of Business.