These degree maps are designed to provide students with a sample roadmap of how they might complete both the associate and baccalaureate degrees. They are not intended to amend or alter current degree requirements. While they are based on existing college and university requirements and articulation agreements, the maps are not intended to replace the published degree requirements in the WCC and ECU catalogs. It will still be necessary for students to meet the requirements of each institution established at the time of admission. They are not intended to replace professional advising. These degree maps are for illustrative purposes only. Please review the ECU and WCC catalogs for current degree requirements. Please discuss all course selections with your academic advisor before you register.
After completing your associate degree at Wayne Community College, begin one of East Carolina University's online degree completion programs and finish your four year baccalaureate degree without leaving Wayne county or from anywhere in the world. Advisors are available at both institutions to help you along the way. Online programs mean you can continue your education no matter where your career takes you. Hundreds of courses will be available to you each semester as well as student services that are only a mouse click away. Tomorrow starts here.
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Associate in Arts degree to BS Birth through Kindergarten Education
Associate in Arts degree to BS Elementary Education
Associate in Arts degree to BS Middle Grades Educ-Math and Science
Associate in Arts degree to BS Middle Grades Educ-Language Arts/Math
Associate in Arts degree to BS Middle Grades Educ-Language Arts/Science
Associate in Arts degree to BS Special Education
AA Premajor in Business Administration to BS Business Administration
Associate in Arts degree to BS Health Information Management
Associate in Arts degree to BS Health Services Management
Associate in Arts degree to BSBE Information Technologies
Earn a BS degree in Industrial Technology with concentrations in Industrial Distribution and Logistics, Industrial Supervision or Manufacturing Systems with your Associate in Applied Science degree in:
Automotive Systems Technology
Aviation Systems Technology
Business Administration: Operations Management
Electronics Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Industrial Systems Technology
Earn a BS degree in Industrial Technology with a concentration in Information and Computer Technology with your Associate in Applied Science degree in:
Computer Information Technology
Information Systems Security
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