New Pre-Nursing Certificate Offers Essential Courses for Essential Careers

 
Warner Robins, Ga. – Leadership at Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) is calling the new Pre-Nursing Technical Certificate of Credit (TCC) program ‘a pathway for students into competitive nursing programs.’ But a deeper look at the program reveals that at its core, it’s essential courses for essential careers.
Competitive selection programs, such as the Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) degree, require certain courses for admission, such as general core courses and health sciences prerequisites. Read More

May 18, 2020


CGTC and Wesleyan College Sign First Articulation Agreement

Macon, Ga. – Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) continued its stride for associate degree credit transfer this week by signing its first articulation agreement with Wesleyan College. The agreement designates pathways for CGTC’s new General Studies associate degree into four-year programs at Wesleyan.
Articulation agreements allow students to benefit from the seamless transfer of credit earned at one institution into programs at another, often reducing cost and encouraging further pursuit of higher education, personal growth, and career advancement. Read More

August 28, 2019


CGTC and MGA Sign Articulation Agreement for Early Childhood Care and Education Programs

Warner Robins, Ga. – Qualified Early Childhood Care and Education program graduates from Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) are now eligible to transfer credit into select courses at Middle Georgia State University (MGA).
Under the new articulation agreement, qualified graduates from CGTC’s Early Childhood Education associates degree program will be eligible to transfer major requirements as candidates entering the Bachelor of Science in Education with a concentration in Early Childhood Special Education at MGA.
“The agreement creates a new pathway for students who are dedicated to continuing their personal development so they can have a positive impact on the educational system in Georgia,” said Jay Kramer dean of Public Safety and Professional Services at CGTC.  Read More

November 2, 2018