MTC to Coker College

The MTC to Coker College Bridge Program offers students several college and career pathways to attaining their college and career goals. Students can choose the traditional AA/AS Bridge transfer option or the Management /Marketing Bridge transfer option. Other Bridge Program options may be added in the future.

Students are encouraged to complete their two-year associate degree at Midlands Technical College and then transfer to Coker College through a streamlined process. MTC students will have a direct transfer pathway to Coker College, with 100 percent of MTC coursework transferring to Coker. This means that MTC students will enter Coker College with half of their bachelor’s degree requirements already completed. For MTC students who enter the Management/Marketing Bridge option, Coker College will offer one business course per week in the evenings at Midlands Technical College and another course online through Coker College for an eight week term. This program structure will allow students to complete their B.S. Degree in two years.

Coker College offers quality education, competitive financial aid, and support with Coker admissions, financial aid and transfer processes while students are completing their associate degree courses at Midlands Technical College. During the first two years at Midlands Technical College, students will receive guidance from both MTC and Coker College representatives. Contact information for the Coker Bridge Program Coordinators is provided below:

AA/AS Bridge Program:
Jeremy Nere

Adult/Evening Business Marketing/Management Bridge Program:
Elaine Hodges

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Bridge Program Coordinator

Permelia Luongo
Beltline Campus, Wade Martin Building, Room 250

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