In support of students who wish to pursue associate degrees, GNTC offers the associate of science in nursing (ASN), and associate of applied science (AAS) degrees. GNTC also has articulation agreements with other colleges for selected bachelor programs.If you can not afford genuine luxury handbags replica handbags, but want to join the trend of luxury, then, in our online shop you can buy high-quality replica handbags miu miu replica handbags, fashion is both elegant, come buy it!
Under an agreement with the Board of Regents (BOR) of the University System of Georgia, the following GNTC courses will transfer to a BOR college: ARTS 1101, BIOL 1111(with lab), BIOL 1112(with lab), CHEM 1151(with lab), CHEM 1152(with lab), ECON 1101, ECON 1198, ECON 1199, ENGL 1101, ENGL 1102, ENGL 2130, HIST 1111, HIST 1112, HIST 2111, HIST 2112, HUMN 1101, MATH 1101, MATH 1111, MATH 1113, MATH 1127, MATH 1131, PHYS 1111(with lab), PHYS 1112(with lab), POLS 1101, PSYC 1101, SOCI 1101, SPCH 1101.
Students wishing to have other courses transferred to a BOR college, or are planning to transfer to a non-BOR college, must contact the receiving college to determine if the courses will be accepted for transfer.
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Each student completing a diploma program at the college is required to satisfactorily complete at least eight credit hours in diploma basic skills. For the diploma-seeking student, that course of study typically consists of an appropriate course in mathematics, English, and psychology. This requirement is based upon the belief that to be well-trained is not enough. Today’s technician must also be competent in the use of written and spoken language, possess adequate computational skills, and have good interpersonal skills.
Students seeking certificates will complete a coherent grouping of courses taken from a state approved postsecondary standard curriculum. These certificates will provide students with a short-term program of study geared toward a specific occupational position.