Anderson University and Greenville Technical College recently formed a partnership to to provide a clear transfer pathway for students transferring from Greenville Tech to Anderson University.
“We are very pleased to once again partner with Anderson University to create clear pathways for academic achievement,” said Keith Miller, Greenville Technical College president. “Our mission is to transform lives through education, and with the help of our partners in higher education, we can extend that transformative power to the bachelor’s degree level and beyond.”
The agreement allows Greenville Tech students enrolled in the associate in applied science in criminal justice, management, supply chain, marketing, paralegal, nursing or human services programs to follow the articulation pathway to Anderson University’s bachelor’s programs in business administration, administration concentration, management concentration, marketing concentration, criminal justice, homeland security and emergency services, human services, organizational leadership, and nursing.
Greenville Tech and Anderson University had previously signed a bridge agreement in October 2018 to allow students with a 2.50 GPA who earned an associate degree to transfer to Anderson in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree. An articulation agreement at the time allowed students to transfer 60 to 62 credit hours to complete a bachelor’s of business administration. Students could also use this agreement to pursue bachelor’s degrees in supply chain management, marketing and management programs.