FTCC Military Programs

Tony Rand Student Center (TRSC), Room 111, 2201 Hull Rd., Fayetteville, NC 28303
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Phone: 910.678.8578
Email: military@faytechcc.edu

For Out of State & Special Operations Units contact Kristina Noriega at noriegak@faytechcc.edu

Fort Bragg Locations

Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Phone: 910.678.1050
Email: fortbragg@faytechcc.edu

Bragg Training & Education Center

Building 1-3571, Wing F
4520 Knox Street, Fort Bragg, North Carolina 28310

Fort Bragg Soldier Development Center

Building 2-1728
231 Armistead Street, Fort Bragg, North Carolina 28310

Fayetteville Tech has been ranked #1 nationally in the Top 10 Gold Category College Award (large community colleges) for 2017-18 by Military Friendly® Schools and Victory Media.

 Now in its 16th year, the Military Friendly® Schools list provides a comprehensive guide for veterans and their families using data sources from federal agencies, veteran students, and proprietary survey information from participating organizations.

What is BSEP?

BSEP

Basic Skills Education Program

BSEP (formerly known as FAST) is the commanders’ primary on-duty education program. BSEP is a refresher course covering both math and English that soldiers take to help raise their GT scores when re-testing on the Armed Forces Classification Test (AFCT). BSEP is a teacher-facilitated program with computer lessons for learning enhancement.

Program Goals
  1. Promote Retention
  2. Increase Re-enlistment Options
  3. Improve Job Performance

Classes begin on the first working day of the month except for July. Morning and afternoon sessions are available each month; evening classes are offered quarterly.

Military Recruitment & Marketing Practices

Bragg Training & Education Center

Building 1-3571 | Wing F
4520 Knox Street
Fort Bragg, North Carolina 28310

Office Info:
Monday – Friday
8:00AM – 5:00PM
Phone: 910.678.1050
Email: fortbragg@faytechcc.edu

As required by the Department of Defense, the College, its agents, and its employees are prohibited from providing anything valued greater than $10.00 to any person being recruited to enroll at Fayetteville Technical Community College. This prohibition shall apply to gratuities, favors, discounts, entertainment, hospitality, loans, transportation, lodging, meals and any other item having a monetary value. This prohibition shall not limit the College’s ability to grant scholarships to its students.

Employees will sign a Code of Ethical Conduct Statement upon employment with the College, which will be maintained in their personnel file.

Science Prerequisites for Health Professionals

Fayetteville Technical Community College offers Science Prerequisites for Health Professions. These courses are for students who wish to enter a health professions program but need prerequisite courses in order to complete their application. We offer all academic prerequisites in a Hybrid/Evening, Face to Face, DL-Online or Self-Paced Formats.

Once you’ve chosen your ideal profession, you need to determine which college program will enable you to meet your career goals. Then, you need to confirm which courses are required for acceptance into that program. Many health professions programs accept these courses but we encourage you to check with specific schools to verify that the courses are transferrable before you apply and/or register.

FTCC offers the courses needed to help you apply for the Accelerated Second Degree BSN Option at East Carolina University or the Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP). The courses offered meet the requirements set forth in AR 601-20 that must be met as part of your Army PA Application. Please note, courses offered assist you with application preparation into the various programs.

Need additional information? Contact Kristina Noriega at:

Phone: 910.899.2352
Email: noriegak@faytechcc.edu

FTCC 2017 IPAP Requirements

IPAP Requirements 2017 FTCC Classes FTCC Schedule 2017
6 hours of English
(3 SH writing/composition)
ENG 111 Writing and Inquiry (3 credits)
ENG 112 Writing/Research in the Disc
(3 credits)
Monthly DL-Online, DL-Self Paced or In Class
6 hours of humanities
(government, history, foreign language, art, social science and religion)
HIS 131 – American History (3 credits)
ART 111 Art Appreciation (3 credits)
REL 110 World Religions (3 credits)
*More Options in this area
Monthly DL-Online, DL-Self Paced or In Class
3 hours of Psychology (any type) PSY 150 General
Psychology (3 credits)
Monthly DL-Online, DL-Self Paced or In Class
6 hours of Chemistry
(general or higher)
CHM 151 General Chemistry I (4 credits)
CHM 152 General Chemistry II (4 credits)
16 Week Evening, Hybrid and Flex Options
Spring 2017
– CHM 151 (Jan) – Flex, Hybrid or 16 Week Evening Option
– CHM 152 (Jan) – Flex, Hybrid or 16 Week Evening Option
– CHM 151 (Mar) – Flex
– CHM 152 (Mar) – Flex
Summer 2017
– CHM 151 (May) – Flex or 8 Week Evening Option
– CHM 152 (May) – Flex
Fall 2017
– CHM 151 (Aug) – Flex, Hybrid or 16 Week Evening Option
– CHM 152 (Aug) – Flex, Hybrid or 16 Week Evening Option
– CHM 151 (Oct) – Flex
– CHM 152 (Oct) – Flex
3 hours of Human Anatomy
(can be a combined A&P class)
3 hours of Human Physiology
(can be a combined A&P class)
BIO 168 Anatomy & Physiology I
(4 credits)
BIO 169 Anatomy & Physiology II
(4 credits)
Online/Evening and Flex Options
Spring 2017
– BIO 168 (Jan, Mar) – Flex, Online, Evening
– BIO 169 (Jan, Mar) – Flex, Online, Evening
Summer 2017
– BIO 168 (May) – Flex, Online, Evening
– BIO 169 (May) – Flex, Online, Evening
Fall 2017
– BIO 168 (Aug) – Flex, Online, Evening
– BIO 169 (Oct) – Flex, Online, Evening
*Proctored Test Required
3 hours of College Algebra or higher math MAT 171 Pre-Calculus Algebra (4 credits) Online/Evening and Flex Options
Spring 2017
– MAT 171 (Jan) – 16 Week – Flex
– MAT 171 (Jan) – 16 Week DL – Online
– MAT 171 (Jan) – 16 Week Evening Options
– MAT 171 (Mar) – 8 Week DL-Online
Summer 2017
– MAT 171 (May) – 8 Week DL-Online
Fall 2017
– MAT 171 (Aug) – 16 Week – Flex
– MAT 171 (Aug) – 16 Week Evening Option
– MAT 171 (Aug) – 16 Week DL-Online
– MAT 171 (Oct) – 8 Week DL-Online
Medical Terminology Course MED 120 Survey of Med Terminology
(2 credits)
Spring 2017
– MED 120 (Jan) – Flex
Summer 2017
– MED 120 (May) – Flex
Fall 2017
– MED 120 (Aug) – Flex

Spouse Program: My Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) Scholarship

FTCC is proud to participate in the My Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) Scholarship. Through the MyCAA Scholarship program, an eligible military spouse can receive up to $4,000 of tuition assistance over two years.

The scholarship is designed to assist military spouses in acquiring the education and qualifications needed to enter a high-demand, high-growth portable career field or occupation. Use the search tool to see a full list of available programs at FTCC that meet the scholarship requirement or to find your program of interest.

Who is Eligible?

Spouses of service members on active duty in pay grades E-1 to E-5, W-1 to W-2 and O-1 to O-2 who can start and complete their coursework while their military sponsor is on Title 10 military orders (including National Guard and Reserve Components).

See additional eligibility information.

Additional Resources for Spouses and Dependents
Note:At various times, the MyCAA website becomes inaccessible. If this happens, please try again at a later time.
Questions? Send an email to mycaa@faytechcc.edu

How do I apply?

Establish a MyCAA Account

You will need to use a Department of Defense Self-Service Logon (DS Logon) to establish or access a MyCAA account.