The College Transfer curriculum is designed for students who intend to transfer to a senior college for their baccalaureate degree. The freshman and sophomore level courses introduce the students to areas of study that develop breadth of outlook and contribute to balanced development. This training is complementary to, but different in emphasis from, the specialized training one receives for a job, a profession, or a major in a particular field of study.
The curriculum includes courses in communications, humanities and fine arts, mathematics, science, social sciences, physical education, and elective courses in liberal arts. These courses in the College Transfer Program assist students to develop an understanding and appreciation of the political, social, economic and cultural institutions in our society; to develop the ability for critical and constructive thinking, for problem solving, and ordering of values; to maintain good mental and physical health for self, family, and community, and balanced personal and social adjustment; to use basic mechanical, mathematical, and communication skills to solve everyday problems, understand ideas of others, and express ideas effectively; to understand their cultural heritage; to understand the creative activities of others; and to encourage participation in creative activities.
For additional information, contact:
CFNC Transfer Student Planner
The College Foundation of North Carolina provides a Transfer Student Planner to help students learn about and plan for opportunities for transfer between North Carolina's colleges and universities.
2 + Wesleyan Program
North Carolina Wesleyan College offers majors in traditional liberal arts disciplines (such as English and Religious Studies), and also majors in professional studies (i.e., Criminal Justice and Business Administration). North Carolina Wesleyan offers 28 undergraduate programs leading to a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree. A solid liberal arts foundation supports any major you choose and will prepare you for enlightened civic engagement, lifelong learning, and critical thinking skills needed for today’s workplace. The Honors Program <http://www.ncwc.edu/academics/honors/> offers a select group of high-achieving students the opportunity to add variety and depth to their college experience at North Carolina Wesleyan. Study Abroad programs provide students with the opportunity for comprehensive semester-long or summer study abroad in major European cities.
For more information about transferring to North Carolina Wesleyan College, contact Dr. Angela M. Foster, Transfer Admissions Counselor, at (252) 985-5282 or (252) 943-5081.
North Carolina Wesleyan College’s Adult Student Programs : Innovative, Respected, & Engaging (ASPIRE) are nonresidential baccalaureate degree programs designed to meet the educational needs of adult learners. ASPIRE allows mature women and men to tailor their degree work to meet personal, career, and life goals. Learners work at their own pace with the option of maintaining full-time or part-time course loads. Because mature adults are highly motivated and capable of self-directed learning, ASPIRE learners can take advantage of 5-week, 8-week, hybrid, and online classes, as well as opportunities for earning credit through alternative options such as CLEP and DSST testing.
For more information, contact Doretha Chichester at (252) 985-5137 or Dr. Richard Kennedy at (252) 985-5258.
East Carolina University - State Employees Credit Union Partnership East
State Employees Credit Union Partnership East provides opportunities for students to complete bachelor’s degrees in Elementary Education, Special Education, and Middle Grades Education at Nash Community College. Students take specific courses from the college transfer program before transferring to East Carolina University as juniors. Junior and senior level coursework from ECU is offered through part-time enrollment in distance education courses offered online and/or at night at Nash Community College.
If you are interested in completing your teaching degree without leaving Rocky Mount, East Carolina University offers several options including:
- Elementary Education - Full-time, Online (NEW, beginning Summer 2012)
- Elementary Education - Part-time, Online
- Special Education - Part-time, online
- Middle Grades Education - Part-time, online
Contact Kathy Bradley for more information including a checklist of required courses, information about prerequisites, and application deadlines.
Engineering Pathways is a joint project of the North Carolina Community College System and the University of North Carolina engineering programs to build and develop the pathways for students to begin engineering studies at a community college and then transfer as seamlessly as possible to one of the UNC engineering programs.
For more information, please visit www.ncengineeringpathways.org