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Greenville Technical College is joining The Citadel in a mutual effort to provide enhanced engineering education opportunities for (non-cadet) students who want to elevate their two-year program to a full, four-year, undergraduate engineering degree.
“Greenville Tech is happy to expand the opportunities for our engineering graduates,” said Mark Hapstack, Mechanical Engineering department head for Greenville Technical College. “It is exciting to us to have The Citadel as a resource for our Engineering Transfer graduates wanting to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Engineering.”
Through the agreement, academically qualified students at Greenville Technical College will be able to complete their first two years there and then seamlessly transfer into one of five engineering Bachelors of Science degree pathways at The Citadel:
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Construction Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering program
The Citadel’s undergraduate degree transfer programs like this one are administered by The Citadel Graduate College. They are non-cadet, evening or online programs.
“The Citadel School of Engineering, consistently ranked among the top-25 engineering schools nationally by U.S. News & World Report, is excited about our new partnership with Greenville Technical College,” said Andrew Williams, Ph.D., dean for The Citadel School of Engineering. “We gladly welcome Greenville Tech’s students and intend to make the transfer process as easy as possible.”
The agreement includes a review every five years to ensure that the academic content of the related courses at Greenville Technical College are comparable to corresponding courses offered by The Citadel, as successful completion of the general education curriculum is an absolute requirement for all students graduating from The Citadel.
The agreement became effective July 1, 2021.
For information on how to apply to attend Greenville Technical College, please visit this website.