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Students and faculty in the College of Engineering and Technology, Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences, Brody School of Medicine and the College of Education collaborated to host the annual event.
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.
The curriculum also has a strong emphasis in management, which allows the graduate to function well in either technical or decision-making career fields.
This information can also be found on ECU Admission’s website (http://www.ecu.edu/admissions/Transfers.cfm).
Students transferring with an Associate of Applied Science Degree, earned at a North Carolina Community College, into one of the following programs: Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (BSIT) and Bachelor of Science in Construction Management (effective Spring 2013)
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:
Jason Denius: All concentrations except Information and Computer Technology and Health Information Technology
Christina Ragone: Information and Computer Technology and Health Information Technology concentrations