About the Program
The Associate in Science program is for students who plan to transfer to a four-year college majoring in computer science, engineering, health sciences, mathematics, or science.
Learning experiences for students in the Associate of Arts and Associate of Science programs are provided in classrooms, labs and other facilities on the Airport, Beltline, Harbison, and Northeast Campuses. Some courses are also held at the Fairfield and Batesburg-Leesville Campuses, the Fort Jackson Education Center and online.
By enrolling in the Associate in Science program, you are enrolling in our transfer programs. It is not necessary to identify only one four-year institution you are interested in. To choose an articulation agreement, talk to your advisor in your academic career program about the college or university you want to attend.
- MTC has small classes and great teachers to help you maximize your educational foundation.
- You’re eligible for federal and state financial aid at MTC, just like you would be at a traditional 4-year school.
- MTC negotiates and maintains articulation agreements with many colleges and universities through our Associate in Arts and Associate in Science programs. Our advisors will help you select the right courses for transfer to your chosen university and major.
- MTC is an accredited college – that means your credits move with you, wherever you wind up.
If you know you want to transfer to a four-year school, but haven't chosen a major yet, you should enroll as an Associate in Arts student. You can decide on a major later.
How do I enroll?
Are you a current Midlands Technical College student?
Find more information on MyMTC about the Associate in Arts and Associate in Sciences degree programs.
Course Requirements (62 Credit Hours)
Written and Oral Communications (9 Credit Hours)
|SPC 205 or SPC 209||3.0|
Humanities/Fine Arts/SBS (12 Credit Hours)
|Fine Arts—3 credit hours selected from the following:
AET 202, ART 101, MUS 105, THE 101
|History—3 credit hours selected from the following:
HIS 101, HIS 102, HIS 104, HIS 105, HIS 201, HIS 202
|Social and Behavioral Science—3 credit hours selected from the following:
ANT 202, ECO 210, GEO 102, PSC 201, PSY 201, SOC 101
|Associate in Science Liberal Arts Electives—3 credit hours selected from the following:
AET 202, ANT 101, ANT 202, ANT 203, ART 101, ART 105, ART 107, ART 108, ART 111,
Mathematics/Science (14 Credit Hours)
|Mathematics—3 credit hours selected from the following:
MAT 110, MAT 111, MAT 120, MAT 122, MAT 130, MAT 140, MAT 141, MAT 220, MAT 240, MAT 242
|Science—8 credit hours selected from the following:
AST 101, AST 102, BIO 101, BIO 102, BIO 201, BIO 205/BIO 206, BIO 210, BIO 211, BIO 225, CHM 110, CHM 111, CHM 211, PHY 201, PHY 202, PHY 221, PHY 222
Students who wish to take BIO 205 must take BIO 206 in the same semester.
Computer Technology (3 Credit Hours)
|CPT 101, EGR 270 or a higher-level computer course||3.0|
Program Concentration-Mathematics and Science Electives (15 Credit Hours)
|15 credit hours must from the following:
AST 101, AST 102, BIO 101, BIO 102, BIO 110, BIO 112, BIO 115, BIO 201, BIO 202, BIO 205/206,
Additional Course Requirements (12 Credit Hours)
College-wide electives: Electives depend on students' educational goals and may vary greatly. Students should consult an academic advisor for appropriate elective courses. Credits may be selected from curriculum courses numbered 101and above excluding MAT 101, MAT 102, RDG 101, IDS 102, and AOT 105.
Total Credit Hours