Augusta Technical College (ATC) students who have completed course in the Associates in Applied Science (AAS) in Information Technology program can earn equivalent credit towards coursework for the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program at Augusta University.
Augusta Technical College students who are interested in continuing their education
at Augusta University have the opportunity to take six challenge exams to earn credit
towards courses in the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program. Students
should declare their intent to participate in this program as early as possible in
their program of study at Augusta Technical College.
Here's how to apply for the Cybersecurity and Information Technology Pathway to Augusta University:
Each challenge exam costs $75. Students must pass the challenge exams with a score
of 70 or higher.
To continue as a non-transient student at Augusta University, the following admissions
requirements must be met:
Interested in seeing how this program works? Check out the crosswalk table to determine what ATC credits are equivalent to at Augusta University.
Chris Velez is an Information Technology junior in the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences who transferred from Augusta Technical College's cybersecurity program. Learn more about his experience so far at Augusta University and what is the value of a four-year baccalaureate degree in the workforce.