Degree Completion Programs
USC Upstate Greenville campus supports the following undergraduate day and evening programs:
The Engineering Technology Management (ETM) 2+2 Bachelor of Science Program prepares students for careers in business and industry by combining technical management and refined leadership with the skills students obtain from their specialized associate degree in engineering technology. Students may enroll in the ETM program if they possess or are near completion of an associate degree in engineering technology.
For more information, contact advisor Tim Ellis.
The Interdisciplinary Studies program provides a highly flexible experience in which students design a curriculum around their specific academic and professional goals. The IDS major is ideal for students with a variety of course work but not enough credits for a traditional degree and is available to students at all levels of their academic careers—from the freshman year to returning students. Students may also choose the Three-Plus-One Program, which includes completing 90 hours at Upstate and 30 hours at an approved, accredited professional school that aligns with your future goals, such as Sherman College of Chiropractic.
For more information, contact Director of Interdisciplinary Studies Dr. Michelle Epstein Garland or advisor Hannah Burress.
The RN-BSN Track is offered to registered nurses who are graduates of an ACEN (formerly NLN) accredited associate’s degree or diploma program in nursing and leads to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Registered nurses who meet the admission requirements for the BSN program may complete the program in as little as one calendar year of study. All classes are available online and as well as one day a week at USC Upstate Greenville Campus. USC Upstate faculty conduct all courses and hold office hours at the Greenville Campus.
For more information, contact advisor Trisha Wade.