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Transfer Information

Limestone College has partnerships with Technical Colleges throughout South Carolina to offer a smooth transition for transfer students. We accept the Associate of Arts and the Associate of Science degrees granted by a SC Technical College as transfer credit to fulfill Limestone College's general education requirement.

Technical College Transfer Partnerships

Limestone College accepts the Associate of Arts and the Associate of Science degrees granted by a SC Technical College as transfer credit to fulfill Limestone College's general education requirement. Review the agreements below for each degree to see how individual classes you’ve taken will transfer to Limestone.

Transfer Guides by Major

  • Business Administration

    In this program you will learn to plan, supervise and evaluate the functions of a business such as production, marketing, finance, human resources, and administration. You will build a knowledge base with which to acquire the skills of supervision and procurement, control and utilization of resources in an efficient manner; and the ability to adapt the goals and policies of an organization to internal and external opportunities and constraints. You will develop your oral and written communication skills, your ability to solve problems and make judgments through the analysis and synthesis of data, and your understanding of the moral and ethical considerations of decision making. Limestone College offers several concentrations relating to Business Administration including Accounting, Computer Science Programming, Computer Science Software Applications, and Management.

    Related Occupations

    Account executive, Advertising manager, Bank branch manager, Employee benefits manager, Business agent, Insurance claim representative, Financial manager, Labor relations specialist, Human resource recruiter, Real estate agent, Credit counselor, Office manager, General manager

  • Computer Programming

    The Computer Science and Information Technology Department at Limestone College offers a concentration in Programming for those students interested in a programming career. The department provides the students with current programming tools that help them develop the skills necessary to succeed in graduate school as well as in their future professions. The programming concentration also challenges students to think creatively and craft unique solutions to many programming problems. Development of these skills will lead to greater success in a professional career or in an educational environment. With small class sizes, dedicated instructors, and current technology, the CSIT Department at Limestone College will help students reach their full potential.

    Related Occupations

    Software programmer, Software engineer, Software analyst, Project manager / programming, Application developer, Systems programmer

  • Computer Science/Information Technology

    Professionals who work in today's technology arena need the skills to successfully manage information resources. Whether the customers of an organization are internal or external, their needs must be met and, in most cases, the bulk of the responsibility lies on the shoulders of information technologists. Students preparing for the "real world" need to know what is expected of them and how they can succeed. Information technology is both strategic and tactical and requires strong skills in many areas. The IT concentration focuses on the fundamental principles and practices necessary for practitioners to succeed in modern information-centric organizations. The student will explore how information systems are used in business, and, more importantly, how the role of information systems has grown as a result of the telecommunications revolution. The concentration builds an unparalleled foundation for tomorrow's IT managers by providing meaningful examples of real projects and applying the lessons they teach to a sound framework in IT management. A related major Limestone College offers is Computer and Information Systems Security.

    Related Occupations

    Information technology analyst, Database analyst, Database administrator, Technology risk analyst, Support Technician, Technology Auditor

  • Criminal Justice

    Criminal Justice is a popular degree program at Limestone College. You will learn about the causes and dimensions of crime and delinquency and about the characteristics and behaviors of criminals. You will also study the American criminal justice system: the operation of criminal courts and the theories and procedure of law enforcement. This program will prepare you in the areas of law enforcement, security services, probation, corrections, parole, and rehabilitation.

    Related Occupations

    Corrections officer, Detective, FBI agent, Security guard, Parole officer, Police officer. Park ranger, Security officer and manager, Private Investigator, Fraud Investigator, Insurance Investigator

  • Elementary Education

    Within a liberal arts framework, the purpose of the Elementary Education program is to prepare students with the content knowledge, theoretical background, and practical experience necessary for success as classroom teachers. Through small classes and close
    student-faculty interaction, the following concepts are emphasized: the ability to communicate clearly in both speech and writing; the ability to assess and address the varying needs, abilities and learning styles of all students; the ability to implement an integrated curriculum as well as employ various teaching methods and strategies; and the ability to understand the need for continuous professional growth when employed as a teacher. Elementary Education majors are prepared to teach grades 2-6 and/or attend graduate school.

    Related Occupations

    Elementary school teacher

  • Health Care Administration

    The Limestone Health Care Administration program prepares those anticipating a career in administrative positions within the health care industry. This program is ideal for students interested in management and administration as well as contributing to the well-being of others. The major combines courses from a number of academic fields especially designed to prepare students for health care careers. Students are exposed to all areas of health care administration, including health care policy, health care quality, finance, legal issues, information systems, and economics as they impact the delivery of health care.

    Related Occupations

    Health Care Administrator

  • Human Resource Management

    In this program, you will learn to manage the development of employees in organizations, and to provide related services to individuals and groups. You will study personnel and organizational policy, human resource dynamics and flows, labor relations, sex roles, civil rights, and human resources law and regulations. You will also learn about motivation and compensation systems, career management, employee testing and assessment, recruitment and selection, job training programs, and the management of human resources programs and operations. An internship may increase your chances of finding a job in this field.

    Related Occupations

    Employee benefits manager, Compensation manager, Director of Industrial Relations, Employment Interviewer, Job Analyst, Labor relations specialist, Human resources manager, Human resources recruiter, Training/ Education manager

  • Liberal Studies

    Many new professional opportunities require college preparation of a broad and extensive scope. A chance to design an academic program appropriate to a student’s special career or professional goal is provided in the Liberal Studies program. You will learn from various courses of study, including mathematics, biological and physical sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities. The program generally is interdisciplinary, with courses being offered through various departments or divisions of the College. This program is available for students who desire or require more flexibility than is available in other major programs.

    Related Occupations

    Graduates from this major may find work in fields such as journalism, publishing, business, government, and entertainment. This degree program provides the opportunity to learn about different fields and preparation for professional or specialized graduate school. A liberal studies degree offers a well-rounded education. Almost any entry level position is available.

  • Psychology

    This broad major is intended to orient you to psychology as a whole. You will learn about the science of mind and behavior, individual and group behavior, the physical and environmental bases of behavior, and the analysis and treatment of behavior problems and disorders. This major relies heavily on exploring various theories, while looking at new research and techniques. It is designed to instruct you in psychological principles and methods; to provide the knowledge and skills required at the graduate level; and to offer the background needed to prepare you for work in possible professions as diverse as medicine, law, business, education, human resources, and others. Several specialties in psychology encourage certification by the American Board of Professional Psychology.

    Related Occupations

    Rehabilitation counselor, School counselor, Social Services Director, Parole Officer, Residential counselor, Substance abuse counselor, Mental health counselor, Psychiatric Technician, Psychologist, Human Services employee

  • Social Work

    The Social Work Program teaches students about patterns of behavior of individuals, families, organizations, and communities in order to prevent or reduce the problems of our rapidly changing society. Students will learn to help others, change damaging social conditions, and boost social and economic well-being. The program focuses on developing an individual’s understanding of differences in ethnicity, culture, race, and gender and on accepting and/or using these differences to create a better society.

    Licensing and certification requirements include graduation from an institution accredited by the Council on Social Work Education. Limestone College has been accredited by the CSWE since 2001.

    Related Occupations

    Community Action Worker, Homeless Shelter Worker, Gerontologist, Domestic Violence Counselor, School System Social Worker, Substance Abuse Counselor, Human Services Worker, Nursing Home/Hospital Worker, Hospice Social Worker, Industrial Social Worker

Featured Colleges

Select a college below for specific course transfer agreement information:

Aiken Technical College
Cleveland Community College
Spartanburg Methodist College
Spartanburg Community College
Tri County Tech
Horry Georgetown Technical College
Greenville Technical College
Florence-Darlington Tech
Williamsburg Technical College
Trident Technical College
York Technical College
Central Carolina Technical College
Northeastern Technical College
Gaston Community College
Midlands Technical College
Isothermal Community College
Central Piedmont Community College
Technical College of the Lowcountry
Piedmont Technical College

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