Greenville Technical College announced May 15 it signed a transfer agreement with the University of South Carolina Columbia.
Under the agreement, courses taught at GTC may be equivalent to the first half of the USC bachelor’s curriculum.
“This partnership with USC makes the process of moving from our campus to theirs as seamless as possible,” said Larry Miller, vice president for learning and workforce development at Greenville Technical College. “Students who want to earn a USC bachelor’s degree can begin with us and move toward that goal knowing that if they meet the requirements, their credits will move with them as they gain admission to USC.”
The agreement also allows for USC to transfer credits back to USC so students can earn a degree or transfer to another college or university.