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University Transfer Programs

Pat Jackson

Patricia Jackson, M.A., University Transfer and Foreign Language Chair
Office: RR, Room 108
Phone: (252) 493-7305
Fax: (252) 321-4213
Email: pjackson@email.pittcc.edu or pajackson300@my.pittcc.edu

Degree Options

The AA, AS, and AE degrees below are for University Transfer students who are planning to transfer to a four-year school and obtain a bachelor’s degree. Students need to work closely with their advisor so they can select the appropriate courses and complete the degree.

Associate in arts

Example Majors:
English, Humanities, Social Science, Communication, etc.

ASSOCIATE IN ENGINEERING

Example Majors: Mechanical, Electrical, Biomedical, etc.

ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE

Example Majors: Math, Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, etc.) 

Also available:

  • Associate in Arts/Science Teacher Preparation – Contact Melissa Rees (252) 493-7276
  • Associate in Fine Arts – Contact Charity Valentine (252) 493-7617

ASSOCIATE IN ARTS/SCIENCE IN TEACHER PREPARATION

ASSOCIATE IN FINE ARTS

North Carolina Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA). Students who complete a transfer degree with a C or better in all courses are provided the following guarantees by the state of North Carolina:

  1. Acceptance into one of the UNC schools
  2. Acceptance with Junior status
  3. Fulfillment all of the undergraduate General Educations requirements
  4. Fulfillment of pre-requisite courses for the baccalaureate major

* Students will still have to fulfill the school’s graduation requirements such as Foreign Language and Health. Students applying for competitive programs are not guaranteed acceptance into the program.

North Carolina Independent Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (ICAA).

Many NC private schools have signed the ICAA which allows students the same guarantees as the UNC Public School System.

For questions about the AA, AS, or AE programs or transferring to a four-year institution, contact us at:

 

 

Meet John Carrere, Director of the Office of Recruitment, and a true PCC University Transfer success story. John’s journey at PCC and beyond is an inspiring example of the possibilities and opportunities available to PCC transfer students.