With more than 80 courses that transfer, and with bridge programs and transfer agreements with many of South Carolina's major four-year institutions, like USC, Clemson, Lander and more, Piedmont Technical College is the smart place to start work toward your bachelor's degree.
At Piedmont Tech, you'll get personal attention from experienced instructors who are focused on helping you succeed--right from the start.
Best of all, when you graduate from your destination school, you'll have the same degree as someone who started there as a freshman--without the debt.
How University Transfer Works
- Enroll in one of our transfer degree programs, bridge programs or in a specific transfer pathway. Our transfer and admissions counselors will help you decide which is right for you and will work with you to select the right courses.
- Complete the required course work at Piedmont Tech.
- Transfer to a four-year college or university to complete your studies. If you participate in one of our specific transfer programs, and meet the requirements, admission into your institution of choice is often guaranteed.
Your Custom Pathway to a Bachelor's Degree
PTC offers transfer options for those who know they're headed toward a four-year degree and for those who want to start with a technical credential and build on their knowledge. Explore your options below.
Each year, hundreds of students transfer credits earned at Piedmont Tech to four-year colleges and universities all over the region. Completing a transfer program at Piedmont Technical College will give you a tremendous advantage as you step toward a bachelor's degree.
In addition to the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science, Piedmont Technical College offers a very wide range of transfer options to students who'd like to pursue a bachelor's degree, including Bridge Programs, specific transfer paths for career-related associate degrees and more.
In addition to the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science programs, we also offer students the opportunity to transfer from some technical programs to pursue a related bachelor's degree. For more information, contact the department head or academic program director for the specific program at Piedmont Technical College.