In this study, cybersecurity faculty and academic advisors from community colleges and 4-year universities in the southeast region of the United States completed a survey assessing attitudes about and support for articulation agreements and related transfer policies. Hypothesizing that professional structures shape attitudes and experiences, the researchers conducted an exploratory quantitative study with primarily descriptive analyses. The results reveal differences in attitudes between community college and 4-year stakeholders and between faculty and academic advisors. The results of this study are discussed in relation to faculty and advisor training and communication.
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Original Publication Citation
Payne, B. K., Vandecar-Burdin, T., & Cigularova, D. (2022). Attitudes about cybersecurity articulation agreements and transfer students: A statewide survey of faculty members and advisors. NACADA Journal, 42(2), 32-44. https://doi.org/10.12930/NACADA-21-30
Payne, Brian K.; Vandecar-Burdin, Tracy; and Cigularova, Daniela, "Attitudes About Cybersecurity Articulation Agreements and Transfer Students: A Statewide Survey of Faculty Members and Advisors" (2022). Sociology & Criminal Justice Faculty Publications. 56.