Which process students follow to transfer course credits to USC Upstate depends
on whether they earn their associate’s degree in engineering technology (ET) from
a program accredited by the ETAC of ABET.
Students who possess an associate’s degree in ET from an ETAC of ABET accredited
program will transfer course credits through the established articulation agreements.
Students whose ET degree is not from an ETAC of ABET accredited program must
qualify to pursue an ETM degree at USC Upstate through the exception process.
Students within 12 hours of completing their ET degree may take the 300 level
ETM courses at USC Upstate to facilitate scheduling. Students must complete their
ET degree before enrolling in 400 level ETM courses.
to see the ETM Curriculum Summary which provides
an overview of transfer credits.
Students currently enrolled in a technical college ET degree program who are interested in the ETM program should contact the ETM Program Coordinator immediately to plan the optimum transfer of credits. Click here to contact the ETM Program Coordinator.
ET graduates should send an unofficial transcript to email@example.com
a review of eligibility to enter the ETM program.
Anyone interested in learning more about the ETM program may click here
or click the “Request More Information” link found in the
right-hand side menu.
Graduates from other colleges who possess an
ABET-accredited associate's degree in engineering technology are also welcome to
here to verify the accreditation status of an engineering technology
USC Upstate and our technical college partners make it as easy as 2+2!
Please visit the websites of our
partner institution for details on engineering technology programs aligned with
the USC Upstate Engineering Technology Management program.
Technology Management program is accredited by the Engineering Technology
Accreditation Commission of ABET.
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