Earn an Associate Degree While Completing Your Bachelor's Degree
The Reverse Transfer Program is a collaborative effort between North Carolina's Community Colleges and the University of North
Carolina's 16 constituent institutions. Students who transfer to a North Carolina university from a participating North Carolina
community college are given the opportunity to combine the credits earned at the university with credit already earned at the
community college to determine if the associate degree requirements have been met. By July 2015, all North Carolina community
colleges and UNC institutions will be participating in North Carolina's Reverse Transfer program.
Why should I participate in the Reverse Transfer Program if I am pursuing a bachelor's degree?
The number one reason is that you may have already earned it!
You may have already completed requirements for your associate degree; by participating, this program can help you obtain the degree you have earned.
Increase earning potential.
Earning an associate degree can contribute to your earning power and is a marketable credential for your resume, immediately.
See lifetime earnings chart by degree
Life doesn't always go as planned, but obtaining a college degree is important in today's competitive job market. The Reverse Transfer Program can make sure you receive the degree you have already earned.
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