Articulation Agreements

An articulation agreement is a formal agreement to transfer credits from one educational institution or system to another. CGTC graduates can take advantage of several local and state-wide articulation agreements to minimize repeating coursework and to facilitate a smooth transfer of earned credits into a four-year college or university. *

 

University System of Georgia General Education Transfer Courses:

  • General Core Agreement: The TCSG-USG agreement specifies 27 general education courses that are guaranteed to transfer between SACSCOC-accredited institutions.

 

Georgia Independent College Association (GICA) General Education Transfer Courses:

  • General Core Agreement: General education core classes that transfer to private institutions, including Wesleyan College, Mercer University, and Georgia Military College

 

Additional articulation agreements for select programs and institutions are listed below:

 

 

 

 

 

  • Kennesaw State University (TCSG agreement)

    • Computer Information Technology
    • Engineering Technology
    • Logistics Management (Supply Chain)

 

  • Mercer University (TCSG agreement)

    • Business Management (Human Resources)
    • Computer Information Systems (Informatics)
    • Criminal Justice/Emergency Management (Public Safety)
    • Early Childhood Care and Education
    • General Education core classes

 

 

 

 

 

* Other colleges and universities, both within Georgia and outside the state, may accept transfer credit from Central Georgia Technical College. Students interested in transferring will need to contact the receiving institution to determine transferability of a particular course or program.