Four Year College and University Partnerships
This is a comprehensive list of transfer options for WTCC graduates. The designations next to the institution’s name appear below:
|AA – Associate in Arts||AS – Associate in Science|
|AAS – Associate in Applied Science||AE – Associate in Engineering|
|RN-BSN -ADN Bachelor of Science in Nursing.|
NCSU - Community College Collaboration (C3) Initiative
Wake Tech has also partnered with NCSU on the NCSU-C3 initiative. This dual-enrollment program facilitates the seamless transfer of Wake Tech students from low-to-moderate income backgrounds who meet certain criteria. Complete program details and application materials
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App State also participates in the statewide articulation agreement for graduates of the Associate Degree, Nursing to complete their Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (RN – BSN.)
Campbell University is also a participant in the Independent Comprehensive Articulation Agreement.
The college has a partnership with WTCC that provides a specific transfer opportunity for graduates of our AAS Information Systems Security to complete a fully online Bachelor's degree in Cybersecurity.
Additionally, we have a signed MOU that provides a pathway to completion for 25 separate programs of study toward four different bachelor's degrees. Depending on the student's academic record at Wake Tech, work experience, military service and other educational experiences, Champlain will transfer up to 90 credit hours toward the degree.
Wake Technical Community College and East Carolina University recently entered into a co-admission agreement that is designed to improve transfer student access and success. Specific transfer opportunities with East Carolina University include:
- ECU is a UNC System institution and welcomes graduates of our AA and AS programs as transfer students.
- ECU is also a participant in the Uniform Articulation Agreements for:
- the Associate in Engineering (AE) to Bachelor of Science in Engineering
- the Associate Degree Nursing / RN to Bachelor of Science, Nursing
- the Associate in Applied Science, Early Childhood Education to Birth to Kindergarten Licensure
- ECU welcomes graduates of many of our Associate in Applied Science programs to their Bachelor of Science, Industrial Technology
North Carolina Wesleyan College is a signatory institution to the NC ICAA. In 2017, Wake Tech and North Carolina Wesleyan signed a comprehensive agreement that provides transfer opportunities for 25 different AAS programs of study (please see the transfer by degree page.) This agreement strengthens a partnership that includes transfer opportunities for traditional college transfer (AA and AS) students as well as opportunities for graduates of our AAS and AFA programs. Programs offered through NCWC's Adult and Continuing Studies programs also provide considerable tuition discounts to students - discounts that make NCWC's tuition rate competitive with that of NCSU and UNC-Chapel Hill.
Finally, under a local articulation agreement, NC A &T offers transfer opportunities to graduates of our AAS - Construction Management.
NCSU is also a participant in the Uniform Articulation Agreement for graduates of the Associate in Engineering (AE) program.
Shaw University is also a participant in the Independent Comprehensive Agreement.
UNC Charlotte is also a participant in the Uniform Articulation Agreement for graduates of the Associate in Engineering (AE) program as well as the Uniform Articulation Agreement for RN to BSN.
Finally, UNC Charlotte offers transfer opportunities to graduates of several AAS programs of study.
Business Administration graduates complete one additional year of study (up to 17 credit hours) at Wake Tech and transfer those credits plus the credits earned under the AAS program to William Peace. In one additional year of study at William Peace, students earn a Bachelor of Science, Business Administration.
Business Analytics, Criminal Justice, Health and Fitness Science, and SGD graduates will be able to transfer up to 70 credit hours (depending on courses taken at WTCC and grades earned in those courses) toward the Bachelor of Science or Arts in those respective fields.