After ATC!

If your goal is to get a four-year (bachelor’s degree) or more, you can get a great start at Aiken Tech! Our associate degrees are designed to get you half-way to this goal and our general education courses transfer to almost any four-year institution across the country. Because ATC is fully accredited, you can start your bachelor’s coursework right here, so let’s begin your journey today!

The first step – let your ATC advisor know that you want to complete a four-year degree. We can structure your ATC experience to ensure you take the courses you need, access the support available to you, and connect with the right people along the way.

Discover your path to a four-year degree through the USC-ATC Bridge Program, Articulation Programs, Statewide Transfer Programs, or your Personal Transfer Choice

This program is a partnership between South Carolina’s technical colleges and the University of South Carolina to bridge students from the two-year environment to the residential student experience at UofSC. The program is uniquely designed for students who may not have been able or ready to attend UofSC right after high school. The UofSC Bridge Program gives these students another way to pursue their academic dreams…right here from ATC.

Learn more here https://www.atc.edu/Study/Programs-of-Study/General-Education-University-Transfer/USC-Bridge-Program.

Aiken Tech Articulation Agreements are partnerships with four-year colleges and universities for specific degree programs. These agreements map out the ATC courses and admission requirements students need to meet to transfer seamlessly into their four-year program. These programs help students better navigate the transfer process, resulting in time and cost-savings. ATC has articulation agreements for the following programs:

There are several statewide transfer agreements available through the SC Technical College System. These agreements offer students flexible pathways to four-year degrees.
Learn more and view the list of partner institutions here.

ATC courses transfer to most colleges and universities, in-state and out-of-state. The possibilities are endless. You pick the college, you pick the degree, then partner with your advisor to map out your ATC coursework and develop your transfer plan.

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