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Roughly 300 high school students from eastern North Carolina experimented with concepts in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) at East Carolina University on Feb. 21, 2014.
At the end of July 2014, at least one East Carolina University senior will be working full time in the Research Triangle area for Cisco, an international networking company. Anthony Peterson Jr., a Sampson County native and first generation college student, is expected to graduate magna cum laude May 9 with a bachelor’s degree in information and computer technology.
The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (BSIT) Transfer Program is a degree completion curriculum designed for students who have been awarded a qualified Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree in an industrial or technical related field.
The courses completed in the qualified technical AAS degree provide the foundation and half of the courses required in the major for the Industrial Technology degree. This BS degree program has the flexibility to allow students to tailor a curriculum to their specific career goals.
*Additional requirements for these concentrations may apply. Contact an advisor to find out more.
Admission Requirements for Approved AAS Degrees for Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (BSIT):
The BSIT program has professionally trained Academic Advisors who assist AAS students with their transition to ECU. These advisors encourage students who are interested in transferring to the BSIT program to make contact as early as their first semester at community college. These individuals help make the transition from community college to ECU a smooth one.
Please contact a BSIT academic advisor today:
Academic Advisor For: Architectural Technology, Bioprocess Manufacturing, Distribution and Logistics, Industrial Supervision, Manufacturing Systems and Mechanical Technology concentrations
Academic Advisor For: Information and Computer Technology and Health Information Technologies concentrations