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For all your transfer needs contact Jennifer Hollyfield by calling (276) 656-0306 or email . Jennifer will see students on Transfer Tuesdays from 9 am -3 pm in the IATCC (Walker building). You can also make an appointment by calling Student Support Services at (276) 656-0296
Associate in Arts and Sciences degrees provide the first two years of instruction in major fields that prepare students for transfer to colleges and universities to complete baccalaureate degrees.
Associate in Arts & Sciences Degrees:
Specialization: African American Studies
Specialisation: Appalachian Studies
Specialization: Criminal Justice
Specialization: Gender Studies
Specialization: Human Services
Specialization: Information Technology
Specialization: Recreation, Parks, and Leisure Studies
Specialization: Visual Arts
Specialization: Teacher Education Preparation
Associate in Applied Science degrees provide two years of instruction to develop knowledge and skills leading to employment or career advancement in specialized fields. These degrees are not intended as transfer programs.
Transfer Credit: Provided certain criteria are met, the college routinely accepts credit from similarly accredited institutions. Creditsearned at institutions not so accredited can be evaluated provided detailed information regarding course content, texts, evaluation methods, faculty credentials, etc. are provided. Transfer credit evaluations are based on official transcripts from the previous institutions. No credit is given for courses with grades lower than ”C”. A transfer student may be advised to repeat a course if it is clearly to the student’s advantage in order to make satisfactory progress in the curriculum. Students with a minimum of 20 semester hours of transferred credit from a four-year college or university may be exempt from SDV 108.
Students with educational credentials from foreign countries who wish to receive transfer credit for any of that work must have a credit evaluation provided to the admissions office from a college-approved foreign credential evaluation service (PHCC catalog). The student must absorb all costs. PHCC faculty makes the final decisions on the granting of credit at PHCC. Questions about any of these policies may be referred to the Coordinator of Admissions and Records (276) 656-0311.
Want to visit a college or university? Campus trips are planned each semester; call Jennifer at (276)656-0306 with any questions or for more info.