Augusta University partners with several colleges and training entities. Check out
how you might benefit from these transfer agreements, and whether your prior college
and training experience is included.
Augusta Technical College (ATC) students who have completed courses in the Associate in Applied Science in Cybersecurity degree will be granted equivalent credit towards coursework at Augusta University for a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology. ATC students who have earned a “C” or better in the coursework shown below are given designated Augusta University credit.
Specific coursework from the National Security Agency’s National Cryptologic University can be used for credit toward a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT) from Augusta University.
Students of Georgia Military College with an Associate of Arts or Science in Elementary or Middle Grades Education are eligible for admission into Augusta University’s College of Education, provided they meet the following criteria.
Interested students should complete an Intent to Enroll form.
Specific details by GMC degree
Augusta University is pleased to provide academic credit for Army MOSs 17C, 25B, and 25S wishing to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology. The training for these MOSs aids in a shorter route to graduation!
Students who study at member institutions of the Technical College System of Georgia can take advantage of courses that will also fulfill core curriculum requirements at Augusta University. This agreement is also known as the Complete College Georgia Articulation Agreement and provides a pathway into all associate and bachelor degree plans at Augusta University.
Interested students should refer to the TCSG transfer course chart here for specific guidance on transferable courses from their home institution.
Military members possessing MOS 25A or 17A can earn academic credit for having completed MOSs 4-11-C22 (Signal Captains Career Course), 4-11-C20B (Signal Basic Officer Leader-Branch), and 4C-17-C22 (Cyber Captains Career) towards their Master of Arts in Information and Security Studies or Master of Science in Information Security Management. Up to 9 credit hours of graduate credit can be applied towards a Master’s degree at Augusta University. Learn more about the MAISS program or the MSISM program!