2+2 Transfer Program
2+NC A&T Advisory Council
Back Row: Dr. Mark Branson (DCCC), Mr. Brannon Bynum (NC A&T Undergraduate Admissions), Dr. Robert Brandon (Rockingham CC) Front Row: Dr. W.V. Cobitz, (NC A&T SOE), Ms. Cassandra Pickett (NC A&T Office of the Registrar), Ms. Mary West (GTCC), and Ms. Cathy Johnson (ACC)
Educational institutions partnering to prepare potential educators to train the leaders of tomorrow.
The 2 + 2 Transfer Program provides a seamless transition for community college students who have earned an Associate Degree to complete the Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education. Articulation agreements exist between several local community colleges and the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University. Under the auspices of this agreement, students who successfully complete the appropriate course of study leading to the associate degree and who meet the requirements for admission to the University are eligible for full status candidacy in the teacher education program.
This handbook provides information pertinent to candidates interested in pursuing the Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education through the 2+2 Transfer Program. It is a reference guide to be used as students matriculate through their community college and through NC A&T State University.
To recruit and facilitate the transfer of community college students to the Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education.
To increase the number of community college transfer graduates who are licensed in Elementary Education.
Students interested in earning the Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education with recommendation for K-6 licensure may do so by completing the requirements for the 2+2 Transfer Program between the partnering community colleges and NC A&T State University (NC A&T). Students will attend the partnering community college for the first two years in pursuit of an Associate degree. The partnering community colleges are listed below. The course requirements for each community college can be viewed when selecting the appropriate link.
Davidson County Community CollegeWhile completing the Associate degree, candidates planning to enroll at NC A&T are expected to:
- Complete all the courses listed.
- Successfully complete Praxis I with a minimum score of 522.
- Gain First Aid certification.
During the final year of pursuit of the Associate degree, candidates should:
- Gain admission to the University by submitting a NC A&T Application for Undergraduate Admission and appropriate application fee f
- One requirement for admission is a grade point average (GPA) greater than or equal to 2.8.
- Complete an interview for admission to Teacher Education.
- Provide proof of passing Praxis I with a minimum score of 522.
- Provide proof of First Aid certification.