What is an articulation agreement and what does it have to do with you?
As a Florida Keys Community College student, you have options as to where you would like to continue your academic career. The State of Florida already has an articulation agreement between community colleges and the twelve state universities (6A-10.024). This agreement states that any student who graduates with an A.A. Degree will be accepted to one of the twelve state universities. However, the articulation agreement does not guarantee that a student will be immediately accepted into the major of his/her choice within that university. In addition, the agreement guarantees acceptance into one of the state universities, but not necessarily the student’s first choice.
In addition to the agreement within the State University System, Florida Keys Community College is partnering with many other institutions to expand student options for seamless transition. Articulation agreements are designed for students to transfer to a particular public or private university as a junior to complete a four-year bachelor degree in a specific major.
This site will give you information about all of Florida Keys Community College’s articulation agreements with other institutions.
If you have specific questions regarding these agreements, please contact:

Brittany Snyder, Provost

305) 809-3233
 FKCC Degree Articulation Agreements & Degrees College/University List
Associates in Science-Nursing


Associates in Arts

Associates in Science-Nursing

Associates in Applied Science-Business Administration

Capella University

BS-Business Specializations

BS-Public Administration

BS-Information Technology Specializations

BS-Public Safety Specializations





Associates in Arts

Associates in Science



Associates in Arts

Associates in Science

Hodges University

Baccalaureate degree programs


Associates in Science (or equivalent)  with 90.0 transfer credits:

BS-Management (Accelerated Program)



Associates in Arts

Associates in Science-Nursing

Associates in Applied Science

or specialized associated degree

Kaplan University

Baccalaureate degree programs




Associates in Arts

Keiser University

Baccalaureate degree programs

Associates in Science-Marine Environmental Technology

 BS-Marine Professional Studies-Concentration in Marine Ecotourism or Concentration in Marine Environmental Studies

Associates in Arts-Criminal Justice transfer plan

Baccalaureate degree program of Criminal Justice
Associates in Science-Environmental Studies program

Saint Leo University-Environmental Science

Baccalaureate degree program of Environmental Science

Associates in Arts-Studio/Fine Arts transfer plan

BA-Visual Communication with a concentration in Advertising Design, Graphic Design, Illustration, Photography or Sequential Art
Bachelor of Arts in Digital Media with a concentration in interactive design or game development
 Associates in Arts
Baccalaureate degree programs

Associates in Arts

Associates in Science

Baccalaureate degree programs

Associates in Science-Nursing