Engineering Transfer

Program Overview

 

 

 

 

The Engineering Transfer program, offered during the day at York Technical College, provides the student with the first two years of study in electrical, computer, and mechanical engineering that leads to the Bachelor of Science in Engineering.  The student may be able to transfer these courses to the University of South Carolina, Clemson University, or the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (the student should refer to the student handbook prepared by the selected senior institution on transferring credits).  

 

This program will not complete all requirements for the Associate in Science Degree.  The student may take additional courses to obtain an Associate in Science Degree, although this is not required for transfer to the University of South Carolina, Clemson University, or the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.  A student planning to enter this program should meet with an Engineering Transfer advisor to plan the appropriate course work at York Technical College. 

 

A minimum grade of "C" is required in all courses.

 

Most four-year institutions require a 3.0 GPA at York Tech in order to transfer into their College of Engineering.

 

Three programs are offered:

Electrical Engineering     advisor:  Cree Stout    cstout@yorktech.com

Computer Engineering     advisor:    Cree Stout    cstout@yorktech.com

Mechanical Engineering      advisor: Mohammed Hossain   mhossain@yorktech.com

 

University Links

University of South Carolina--College of Engineering

Clemson University--College of Engineering

University of North Carolina at Charlotte--College of Engineering

South Carolina State University

University of South Carolina Upstate

 

 

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