The North Carolina A & T University bachelor’s degree in Electronics Technology with a concentration in Information Technology is a 4-year degree offered on Randolph Community College’s Asheboro Campus through NC A & T University. The collaborative agreement between N.C. A & T University and Randolph Community College begins in fall of 2013 as part of Randolph Community College’s University Center of Randolph County. The general education courses are offered through Randolph Community College and the major courses are offered and bachelor’s degree is granted by N.C. A & T University.
Students must complete a total of 40 courses (126 credit hours) in order to obtain the degree, 18 courses (60 credit hours) of which can be transferred into the program and 22 courses (66 credit hours) must be taken through NC A & T University. The 18 transferable courses can come from other colleges or can be taken at Randolph Community College.
The RCC classes are taught day, evening, or online at RCC tuition rates. Beginning Fall Semester 2013, N.C. A & T University’s classes will be held on Randolph Community College’s Asheboro Campus at N.C. A & T University’s tuition rates. The collaborative program is set up to have the student taking classes from both institutions concurrently, but all classes can be accessed on RCC’s Asheboro Campus or online.
If you are interested in pursuing the Bachelor of Science in Electronics Technology with a concentration in Information Technology degree through the N.C. A & T University and Randolph Community College collaboration, you must apply to Randolph Community College and N.C. A & T University.
- An application for Randolph Community College can be found by clicking here.
- An application for N.C. A & T University can be found by clicking on Admissions at www.ncat.edu.
Students will receive a 4-year degree once they have successfully completed both the RCC general education and N.C. A & T University course requirements.