UIU and U.S. Army Field Artillery announce articulation agreement

Upper Iowa University (UIU) and the U.S. Army Field Artillery (FA) have announced an articulation agreement for Army Field Artillery (CMF13) enlisted soldiers to receive maximum credit toward the UIU Associate of Arts in liberal arts and Bachelor of Science information systems degrees. Eligible soldiers may enroll in online or in-seat classes at UIU’s military education locations at Fort Leavenworth and Fort Riley, Kansas; Fort Polk and New Orleans (Jackson Barracks), Louisiana; and Fort Sill, Oklahoma. A UIU course location is also located at Fort Hood, Texas.

This collaboration is part of the Army’s Continuing Education Degree Program (CEDP) Leadership Initiative. The CEDP program is an Army initiative that identifies degree paths which aligning with Army training outcomes to help promote and develop exceptional leaders within the Army and across the globe.

UIU is a private, nonprofit university providing undergraduate and graduate degree programs to about 5,200 students—nationally and internationally—at its Fayette campus, 21 U.S. locations, and a location in Hong Kong. Upper Iowa University is a recognized innovator in offering accredited, quality programs through flexible, multiple delivery systems, including online and self-paced degree programs. With a focus on developing leaders and lifelong learners, UIU provides dual enrollment programs for high school students as well as continuing education and professional development opportunities for learners of any age.

For additional information about UIU, visit uiu.edu.

1 Comment on UIU and U.S. Army Field Artillery announce articulation agreement

  1. Stephen D. Regan // April 29, 2020 at 10:18 pm // Reply

    Great news, especially for the enlisted men/women in the FA. Now, how about some articulation with the Navy, especially with the Cryptologist Technicians. A year of language school, courses at the National Cryptologic College, electronics training?? Go Navy! Beat Army! Will Bill be willing to take a bet on the football game next fall?

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