Articulation Agreements are formal agreements between organizations detailing the recognition of college credit between those organizations. Sinclair uses articulation agreements as a means to avoid duplication of resources and to encourage and enhance students' interest in post secondary education and transfer from one institution to another.
For more information about the Sinclair degrees that will transfer to four-year institutions in Ohio, please visit the Degrees/Transfer page.
For more information about the four-year institutions that will accept degrees earned at Sinclair, please visit the Schools/Transfer page.
Have you taken some college courses but haven’t earned a degree or certificate? The Alternative Credit Project™ (ACP) provides a pool of online courses that Sinclair College will accept towards your degree (with some restrictions). A national program of the American Council on Education, supported by a generous grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the ACP is designed to help adults finish what they started—a two- or four-year degree, or a post-secondary certificate.
The Ohio Transfer Module (OTM) is a subset or a complete set of general education requirements at Ohio public colleges and universities. OTM courses are guaranteed to transfer to any of Ohio’s public institutions of higher education as an area credit, as well as equivalent courses in English and Mathematics. The Ohio Transfer Module represents a common body of knowledge and academic skills. The Ohio Transfer Module is comprised of 36–40 semester hours of courses in the following areas: