Explore how articulation committees expand learner pathways
ACAT has articulation committees in many specific disciplines, such as English and Engineering, as well as committees that focus on particular learner pathways, such as Dual Credit or Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition.
Articulation committees form the backbone of Alberta’s transfer system. They help member institutions:
Share curricular updates with one another, with a specific focus on those that affect admissions and transfer
Discuss different ways they can collaborate on new learner pathway opportunities
Find possible solutions to shared student mobility challenges
Alberta’s member institutions establish their own admissions and transfer criteria and policies. Articulation committees bring together faculty from common subject matter areas, so they can share information about courses and programs, and look for new transfer credit opportunities and learner pathways. These committees also help post-secondary institutions share promising practices or new research in their fields, increasing opportunities for system-wide collaboration.
Learn more about these committees, including which subjects are covered. You can also request to join an existing committee and learn about how to create a new one.