The Electronics Engineering Technology AAS program has transfer options to certain four-year senior institutions through articulation agreements. An articulation agreement is an official guarantee that classes completed at Wake Tech Community College, upon graduation of an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree, will be accepted when a student transfers to the participating university if minimum transfer grade requirements are met. Click the link below and Search by your current degree to see the colleges and universities that Wake Tech has articulation agreements with for the Electronics Engineering Technology program.
Upon completion of your AAS degree, you will be able to transfer to one of the four-year institutions listed that Wake Tech has articulation agreements with for the Electronics Engineering Technology 2-year degree program. Click on the links below to find details like transfer baccalaureate degree plans (BDP) for your programs of interest. Note: BDP’s show the community college transfer equivalency courses for first two years along with the university courses for the final two years to complete a B.S. degree.
For more details regarding transfer or to look at other related information, click the links below for Wake Tech's main transfer pages. Contact the Department Head, Program Director, or your Faculty Advisor with any questions.