The South Carolina Commission on Higher Education (CHE) statewide Articulation Agreement includes 86 courses offered by the technical colleges of South Carolina that will transfer to public senior colleges in South Carolina. Courses transfer as individual courses (Courses for Transfer) or in blocks for specific majors (Transfer Blocks).
• Courses for Transfer are courses offered by NETC that are guaranteed to transfer to four-year colleges or universities in South Carolina. Courses for transfer also include courses from college or universities used to “transfer back” to complete associate degree requirements. Transfer courses are accepted based on your major and the policy of the specific college or university regarding maximum number of transfer credits. A grade of C or better is usually required for transferring courses. Generally, courses at the 100 or 200 level of the course numbering system will not substitute of transfer for 300 or 400 level courses. List of Transfer Courses
• Transfer Blocks refer to blocks of courses for specific majors that are guaranteed to transfer to all public senior institutions in South Carolina. These courses have been identified by consensus of all state institutions. The selection of a transfer block is designed to help the student who has chosen a major but is still undecided about the institution to attend. Transfer blocks represent only a portion of the possible courses a student may complete for transfer. NETC advisors can assist students with these additional courses. Transfer blocks have been designed for the following areas:.
Nursing students who follow a transfer block can work through the advisor to determine additional courses for the institution of their choice, once that decision is made. The transfer block should not limit any student's selection of courses at NETC. For more information, you can also visit the CHE’s Transfer Guide.
If you plan to work toward a bachelor's degree, consider completing your first two years at NETC and then transferring to a four-year college or university. NETC has "Bridge Programs" with the following institutions for a seamless transfer:
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NETC also has specific articulation agreements with public and private universities and colleges to facilitate transfer of students to specific majors and, often, to include more courses than the statewide 86 courses. Specific information regarding agreements with the colleges listed below is available from faculty advisors. Click on the college name for more information including a Transfer Guide Course list:
Clemson University: General Education All majors; additional transfer blocks including Landscape Architecture, Construction Science, Fine Arts, Design, Graphics Communications, Textile Chemistry, Textile Science, Textile Management
Coker College: General Education, Other areas
Francis Marion University: General Education, Accounting, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Economics, Computer Science, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, English, Finance, French, Health Physics, History, Marketing, Mass Communications, Physics, Political Science, Pre-nursing, Psychology, Sociology,(CRJ courses), Secondary Education Licensure, Spanish (Joint admission option available)
Lander University: General Education Courses, Other areas (Joint admission option available)
South Carolina State University: General Education Courses, Early Childhood Development, Consumer Science, Other areas
Winthrop University: General Education
University of South Carolina: General Education
Kaplan University: General Education
All agreements are subject to revisions. For information regarding a specific agreement or transferring to an institution which is not included on this list, contact the Admissions Office at (843) 921-6933 or 1-800-921-7399.
Most other colleges and universities accept credits from NETC; those listed below have accepted credits from NETC students for general education courses and, in most cases, business, computer technology and industrial programs.
Charleston Southern University (Bachelor of Technology Degree for those with associate degree in a technical field)
Coastal Carolina University
College of Charleston
Florence-Darlington Technical College
Gardner-Webb University (2+2 arrangement; associate degree completion assures transfer for several baccalaureate programs)
Richmond Community College (Several Associate Degree Nursing courses transfer)
University of North Carolina
University of North Carolina-Charlotte (Bachelor of Technology Degree for those with associate degree in a technical field)
Wingate College (Bachelor of Technology Program recognizes associate degree in various industrial technologies)