AFOA and CBU sign articulation agreement for Aboriginal students

February 24, 2016

A new partnership agreement has been signed that will benefit Indigenous students and communities. The agreement was signed between AFOA Canada and Cape Breton University to create pathways for Aboriginal graduates of AFOA’s Certified Aboriginal Professional Administrator (CAPA) program. Under the new agreement, CAPA graduates that meet certain requirements will be granted transfer credits in the BBA program and MBA-Community Economic Development program at CBU. “This is a very significant step for AFOA Canada since these are the first articulation agreements signed for the CAPA program. It opens up new possibilities for the continued development of CAPA graduates. It will enable them to make a very positive contribution in providing quality service in their home communities. It will make a difference,” said AFOA President Terry Goodtrack. AFOA