We are always interested in working with high schools in New England to establish articulation agreements. Articulation agreements help put students on the fast track to completing their degree and entering the workforce. They also reward students for their hard work during their time in high school.By establishing an articulation agreement with Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, it becomes possible for qualified students to earn college credit and advanced placement into our various degree programs.
To request consideration for advanced credit of a Career/Vocational Technical Education program please submit the following materials along with an ARTICULATION AGREEMENT REQUEST FORM (PDF 36.5KB) to Amanda Marstaller, Assistant Director of Admissions.
Course/Program title and description
- Length (number of semesters or hours of course/program to be articulated)
- Course syllabus
- Course competencies
- Assessment/Grading Methodology
- Program of Study Guide/Catalog (1 per high school)
Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology has entered into over 100 agreements, awarding up to 19 college credits for qualified students.
Click here to view the complete list of articulation agreements (PDF 299.2KB)
If you have completed coursework at a participating high school in one of the specified areas of study, contact your guidance counselor or shop instructor to learn more about receiving advanced credit at BFIT or contact Amanda Marstaller, Assistant Director of Admissions at 617-588-1372 or by e-mail.