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.
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.
Additional Details for Various Colleges
Armstrong Atlantic State University
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 the 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
Lee's McRae College
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.
Purdue University Global
The articulation agreement between Purdue University Global and Fayetteville Technical Community College offers students an opportunity to transfer to a Purdue University Global 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 Purdue University Global representative to speak by phone or set up an appointment at FTCC:
Academic Relationship Manager
The Carolina Student Transfer Excellence Program (C-STEP) is a partnership between the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and community colleges in North Carolina that provides transfer opportunities for talented low and moderate income students. FTCC students accepted into C-STEP who have completed all requirements will be guaranteed admission to UNC Chapel Hill.
Students benefit from an opportunity to prepare academically and engage with the Carolina campus community throughout the program, in addition to:
- Special Events
- Transition & Support Services
How to Apply
For information about how to apply and important deadlines, visit UNC’s website.
You may also contact Loutricia Nelson at FTCC if you have any questions about the program or the application process: