The Associate in Science Degree can be completed in the evening by following the CCTC Evening College layout at https://www.cctech.edu/eveningcollege/. It can also be completed ONLINE

through selection of appropriate classes.

The Associate in Science (A.S.) Degree program emphasizes mathematics and natural and physical sciences and is designed for students who wish to enter fields related to mathematics or sciences. Areas of emphasis include secondary education, and/or professional areas of health, medicine, engineering, business, and computer science.

Requirements for specific majors at senior institutions may vary. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the students to plan a program of study to meet the requirements of the college to which they expect to transfer. It is strongly recommended students consult the college/university to which they plan to transfer to ensure that courses taken at Central Carolina Technical College meet the senior institution’s requirements for the desired four-year degree. Informed academic advisors are available to assist students.

The length of time required to complete a University Transfer Program is dependent upon the number of courses in which the student enrolls each semester. See Statewide Articulation Agreement: Technical College Courses Transferrable to Public Senior Institutions in the General Information section of this catalog and visit the following website: www.sctrac.org.

Additional Notes

  • Course hours must total 15 more credit hours to satisfy the major course requirement. A course used to satisfy general education core requirements cannot be used as a major course.
  • BIO203, BIO205, BIO206, COL105, COL110, CPT101, ENG220, ENG228, HIS122, HIS131, HIS222, and REL101 are not included on the CHE statewide articulation of transfer courses. May be accepted at some institutions for transfer.
  • Approved electives: Six (6) credit hours are to be chosen by the students under the guidance of their faculty advisor in order to adapt the program to their transfer objectives. The eligible course must be numbered 101 or above, and students should check the transferability of the course chosen with the senior institution he or she plans to attend. The approved elective should be transferable. Note: CPT102, MAT101, MAT102, and MAT155 may not be used as approved electives.

The Associate in Science Degree can be obtained completely ONLINE
through selection of appropriate classes.


Program Contact:

Jessica Lea

Department Chair, Science

(803) 778-7836, ext. 436

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College Success – 4 Credit Hours | Required for all students. Recommended to be completed during the student's first semester.

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Note(s): Required for all students. Recommended to be completed during the student’s first semester.

Communications (Written and Oral) and/or Literature - 9 Credit Hours | Complete ENG 101, ENG 102, and one additional course:

Course Code
Course Title
Class Hours
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ENG 214

3

3

SPC 205

3

0

3

Social/Behavioral Science - 6 Credit Hours | Choose from the following:

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ECO 210

3

0

3

ECO 211

3

0

3

Mathematics - 6 Credit Hours

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Lab Science I and II Sequence - 8 Credit Hours | Choose one of the following Lab Science sequences:

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Major Courses - 15 Credit Hours | Choose five from the following:

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Course Title
Class Hours
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BIO 205

3

4

BIO 206

3

1

BIO 225

3

3

4

Note(s): Course hours must total 15 or more credit hours to satisfy the major course requirement. A course used to satisfy general education core requirements cannot be used as a major course. AST 101 Solar System Astronomy (4)

Approved Electives – 6 Credit Hours

Course Code
Course Title
Class Hours
Lab Hours
Credit Hours

Note(s): Approved electives: Six (6) credit hours are to be chosen by the students under the guidance of their academic advisor in order to adapt the program to their transfer objectives. The eligible course must be numbered 101 or above, and students should check the transferability of the course chosen with the senior institution he or she plans to attend. The approved elective should be transferable. Note: ENG 155, MAT 101, MAT 102, and MAT 155 may not be used as approved electives