University Outreach

Students pursuing a bachelor’s degree can save drastically on tuition costs and student loans by taking the first two years at FTCC. Our transfer counselors can assist in planning the best transfer pathway to achieve your goals.

Transferable Associate Degrees
The degrees offered through the Arts & Humanities and Math & Sciences divisions are designed for students who intend to continue their education at a four-year college or university.

Students who graduate from FTCC with an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree and have met all requirements are able to transfer to any North Carolina public university with junior status.

Additional Resources
– UNC Institutions
– NC Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA)
– Transfer Assured Admissions Policy
– Military Specific Articulations

C-STEP
A partnership with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, FTCC students accepted into C-STEP who have completed all requirements will be guaranteed admission to UNC Chapel Hill.

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FSU LINKS
A partnership with Fayetteville State University (FSU), the FTCC to FSU Links Initiative facilitates the transfer process from FTCC to FSU. The program includes one-on-one mentoring and advising, assistance with the transfer process and identifying funds for tuition and fees, and a stipend awarded on behalf of Fayetteville State University.

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Academic Agreements
Articulation agreements are formal partnerships between two or more colleges and universities outlining the transfer policies for a specific academic program or degree. FTCC has a wide variety of articulation agreements in place with four-year institutions, in addition to instructional agreements and memoranda of understanding, which also provide increased learning opportunities for our students.

Health Affiliation Agreements
Many Health programs of study require clinicals or Work-Based Learning opportunities as part of the curriculum. FTCC has Affiliation Agreements with various health facilities to provide hands-on learning experiences for our students.

Military Specific Articulations

 

The articulation agreement between Armstrong Atlantic State University and Fayetteville Technical Community College offers FTCC students who hold an associates degree earned through the FTCC ARSOF Program (soldiers who have graduated from qualification courses in Civil Affairs, Military Information Support Operations, or Special Forces) can receive credit for the completion of te qualification course toward the award of an associates degree at FTCC and the opportunity to earn a bachelors degree at Armstrong Atlantic State University. Additional information is provided below:

BA – Liberal Studies International Affairs

Armstrong Atlantic State University

Ashford University and Fayetteville Technical Community College are active educational collaborators, committed to providing greater educational opportunities and services for students transferring between institutions. The articulation agreement establishes that students who transfer from Fayetteville Technical Community College to Ashford University and have earned an associate’s degree with a 2.0 cumulative GPA or higher are accepted as fulfilling all General Education and competency requirements of an Ashford University Bachelor’s program. Additional information is provided below:

Ashford University

The articulation agreement between Chancellor University and Fayetteville Technical Community College offers FTCC students a 2 + 2 agreement. This agreement permits a student who has earned an associate degree in a specific program to qualify for and articulate into a bachelor degree program with Chancellor University. Chancellor University shall award two (2) full ride scholarships to associate degree recipients of Fayetteville Technical Community College who have graduated with a minimum 3.5 GPA. Additional information is provided below:

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and East Carolina University pertains to FTCC students – to include active duty, National Guard, and Reserve military members and their qualified family members – the ability to matriculate to ECU in the University Studies Program to earn a Bachelor of Science in University Studies (BSUS) degree. Additional information is provided below:

BS – Business Education in Information Technologies
BS – Industrial Distribution and Logistics
BS – Industrial Technology
BA – Multidisciplinary Studies – Eastern Emphasis
BA – Multidisciplinary Studies – Eastern Religions Emphasis

The articulation agreement between Excelsior College and Fayetteville Technical Community College offers FTCC students an appropriate Excelsior baccalaureate degree, all lower level course work to the maximum allowed (approximately 105 credits) including work completed toward a FTCC associate degree and/or recognized by FTCC for work completed by its graduates at other institutions and accepted by FTCC. Additional information is provided below:

Various Bachelor’s Degrees

Excelsior College

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville State University and Fayetteville Technical Community College offers students the opportunity to transfer to the Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies Program at Fayetteville State University (FSU) following completion of an associate’s degree. For students who complete an associate’s degree at FTCC, FSU will apply a minimum of 60 semester credits in which the grade of C or better has been earned to the Professional Studies program. Additional information is provided below:

BAS – Intelligence Studies

Fayetteville State University

The articulation agreement between Franklin University and Fayetteville Technical Community College offers students who successfully complete an associate’s degree admission into Franklin University’s degree-completion program. The student who has not completed an associate’s degree, but has 60 or  more semester hours of college coursework and a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better will be accepted into the Franklin University degree-completion program. Franklin University encourages students to complete their associate’s degree at the community college before transfer. Students may concurrently take courses at both institutions. Additional information is provided below:

Franklin University

BS – Health Sciences (BSHS) in Clinical Health Sciences

Visit The George Washington University

The articulation agreement between Herzing University and Fayetteville Technical Community College focuses on students who have been awarded an associate degree and it allows those students to transfer a block transfer of credits into the university. Programs of emphasis include the Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management, Business Administration, and Bachelor of Science in Technical Management. The agreement also extends educational scholarships to Fayetteville Technical Community College Alumni and employees. Additional information is provided below:

Herzing University

The articulation agreement between Kaplan University and Fayetteville Technical Community College offers students an opportunity to transfer to a Kaplan University degree program following completion of a certificate, diploma, or associate’s degree program at Fayetteville Technical Community College. Alumni and employees will receive a twenty percent (20%) discount on their tuition. Additional information is provided below:

BS – 3 Years + 1Year
BS – Accounting
BS – Business Administration
BS – Corrections
BS – Criminal Justice
BS – Early Childhood Administration
BS – Health Care Administration
BS – Health Science
BS – Health and Wellness
BS – Information Technology
BS – Nursing
BS – Nutrition Science
BS – Psychology in Addictions
BS – Psychology in Applied Behavior Analysis
BS – Psychology in Industrial/Organizational Psychology

Contact the Kaplan University Representative to speak by phone or set up an appointment to speak at FTCC:
Jane Jean-Barnard
Tel: 443-454-4016

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and Lee’s McRae College  pertains to students who earn an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Criminal Justice Technology through Fayetteville Technical Community College and who seek to complete their Bachelor of Arts and Applied Science (BAAS) Degree through LMC Criminal Justice Program. Students who also earn the Associate in Applied Science for Business Administration also have an option to seek and complete an online Bachelor of Arts and Applied Science (BAAS) Degree through LMC Business Administration Program. Additional information is provided below:

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and Methodist University pertains to students who complete an Associate in Applied Science in Information Systems Security and the attainment of the Bachelor of Science in Digital Forensics and Cyber Security. Methodist University agrees to accept a maximum of 18 semester hours of core credit into the DFCS program of study. Additional information is provided below:

BS – Digital Forensics and Cyber Security (DFCS)

Methodist University

The articulation agreement between National American University and Fayetteville Technical Community College allows students to transfer credits earned to National American University with a minimum delay and disruption in their educational process. National American University will admit graduates of Fayetteville Technical Community College’s Associate degree programs into the Bachelor of Science degree programs listed in its undergraduate catalog, subject to university policies and procedures. Additional information is provided below:

National American University

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and North Carolina Agriculture and Technical University pertains to students enrolled within the horticulture program and baccalaureate degree in Agricultural Science. Four horticulture courses are accepted, but students will need to complete additional general education course work to complete the Bachelor of Science degree. Students enrolled in the Building Construction Technology program are also given the opportunity to transfer into the Bachelor of Science for Construction Management. Additional information is provided below:

North Carolina Agriculture and Technical State University

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and North Carolina State University pertains to a NC Community College student who wishes to transfer and attain a Bachelor of Science in Horticulture Science form NC State University. The NC Community College student will need to have 6 hours of English, 3 hours of pre-calculus, a 4-hour biology with a lab, and other social science and humanities courses with a minimum of 15 hours of general education courses. Additional information is provided below:

BA – Leadership in the Public Sector

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and Northeastern University College of Professional Studies relates to students who have completed associate degrees (with a minimum grade point average of a 2.5) while at Fayetteville Technical Community College and their admittance to attain a baccalaureate degree within the School of Professional Students at Northeastern. Additional opportunities are available as a Service members Opportunity College (SOC) member. There are advancement options once a Bachelor’s degree is attained. Additional information is provided below:

Northeastern University

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and the Northwest Missouri State University pertains to the AAS of Business Administration degree and the opportunity for students to complete the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Northwest. A maximum of 84 credit hours will be used to determine transferability. Specific pre-requisite courses are required for the program. Additional information is provided below:

Northwest Missouri State University

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and Norwich University pertains to the AAS Criminal Justice degree and the opportunity for students who have attained this degree with a completion of 60 hours to complete a Bachelor of Science degree at Norwich. Students who complete the Associate in General Education degree or another Associate’s degree program consisting of 60 semester credits are eligible for a block transfer of 60 semester credits into Strategic Studies and Defense Analysis baccalaureate program. Additional information is provided below:

BS – Strategic Studies and Defense Analysis
BS – Criminal Justice

Norwich University

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and Ohio Dominican University relates to students who have completed associate degrees in Criminal Justice and General Education. However, students who complete an AA/AS degree may also have options for transferring into one of the aforementioned degree options. Additional information is provided below:

Ohio Dominican University

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and Salem International University pertains to any Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, or Associate of Applied Science student who earns a degree and it guarantees admission to a bachelor’s degree and academic placement as a junior. Students are expected to enroll with at least 15 credit hours each term and take no more than 3 years to complete courses from initial enrollment at Salem. Additional information is provided below:

Salem International University

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and Shaw University pertains to students who have completed an Associate in Applied Science degree in the Speech-Language Pathology Assistant program who wishes to transfer and pursue the Bachelor of Science Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Additional information is provided below:

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and Southern New Hampshire University College of Online and Continuing Education relates to students who have completed the AA/AS or AAS (specific targeted programs) toward a Transfer Pathway. Students may also have options for completing a Bachelors of Arts in General Studies, (offered only online), Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in General Studies. Up to 90 credits may be accepted in as transfer toward a bachelor degree program. Additional information is provided below:

BS – General Studies

Southern New Hampshire University

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and Strayer University allows students who have completed the AA/AS or AAS degree to directly apply to Strayer University. Upon completion of the aforementioned programs, the Strayer University application will be waived for these students. Additional information is provided below:

Strayer University

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and the University of Charleston relates to students who have completed associate degrees (AS, AA, AAA with a minimum grade point average of 2.25) while in attendance at Fayetteville Technical Community College. Some programs may require a higher cumulative grade point average. Students will be allowed to attain a block transfer of 60 credits. Additional information is provided below:

BS – Cyber Security
BS – Organizational Leadership

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro pertains to students who have completed specific Associate in Applied Science degrees at Fayetteville Technical Community College and their desire to seek and complete specific Bachelor of Science degree programs through the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Additional information is provided below:

University of North Carolina at Greensboro

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and the University of North Carolina at Pembroke relates to students who have completed associate degrees and who desire to enter specific programs toward the Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, Exercise and Sports Science and a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS for ARSOF Soldiers) at FTCC. Students will receive a 60 credit hour block of transfer credits. Additional information is provided below:

BA – Criminal Justice
BS – Exercise and Sports Science (Exercise Physiology)
BIS – Interdisciplinary Studies
Administration
Advertising
Economic Development
Information Technology
Non-Governmental Operations
Operations Management
Sociology

University of North Carolina Pembroke

The articulation agreement between Fayetteville Technical Community College and Western Carolina University allows graduates of the FTCC Emergency Medical Science program to transfer credit towards a Bachelor of Science in Emergency Medical Care degree. Students form the Emergency Management Program can also transfer credit into the Bachelor of Science Emergency and Disaster Management program at WCU. Additional information is provided below:

BS – Emergency Medicine

Western Carolina University