Degree Completion Programs at USC Upstate

Degree Completion Programs

USC Upstate Greenville Campus supports the following undergraduate day and evening programs:

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology Management — Evening Program

The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology Management (ETM) is designed for engineering technology associate’s degree holders who wish to earn a bachelor’s degree. Students enroll in the program if they possess or are near completion of an associate degree in engineering technology. The program is ideal for technicians who desire the management skills necessary to be an effective interface between technicians and upper managers. It uses a comprehensive blend of management, business, economics and communications courses to build a layer of management knowledge and skills on students’ technical foundation. ETM courses include cost analysis, work analysis, systems decision making, quality practices and project management. Industry projects integrated with traditional coursework enable students to apply theory in realistic management situations. The ETM degree will open doors for advancement and give students the ability and confidence to step through those doors. Visit Engineering Technology Management for more information or contact Tim Ellis at tellis@uscupstate.edu to design a customized course plan for full-time or part-time students. 

Bachelor of Arts or Science in Interdisciplinary Studies — Day and Evening Programs

Interdisciplinary Studies provides students the opportunity to broaden their education by developing, in consultation with an advisor, a multi-disciplinary or individualized program of study to meet their educational and career goals. The IDS program allows students to combine course work in two or more disciplines based on personal interest, the desire for self-improvement, career advancement, or preparation for further study. Students with a variety of course work but not enough credits for a traditional degree may find that the IDS program allows them to use much of their earlier course work. The IDS major is available to students at all levels of their academic careers—from the beginning freshman to the returning student who previously earned credits toward a particular major but has developed a new academic focus.

Dr. Yancy McDougal is the advisor for this program.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN)

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The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree equips students to enter the field of professional nursing by emphasizing a strong clinical background, a comprehensive knowledge of theory and development in communication skills and compassion. 

RN-BSN : Registered nurses who have previously earned diplomas or associate degrees in nursing are admitted to the undergraduate program to meet requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Students are able to complete all degree requirements on a full-time basis in one calendar year of study. The School awards 35 semester hours of validated nursing credit to each registered nurse for past nursing courses.

Trisha Wade is the advisor for this program.

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN): A Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) is available with a focus in Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL), Nursing Education, or Nursing Leadership. The MSN programs are designed for registered nurses who possess the BSN.