The University of West Georgia currently has several articulation agreements with West Georgia Technical College. These agreements outline how the credits from WGTC’s associate degree programs seamlessly transfer to UWG’s bachelor programs within the same subject areas.

The benefit to transferring through an Articulation Agreement is that you are a part of our Continue West program, guaranteeing admission since you will:

  1. Be admissible regardless of your Transfer Admission GPA
  2. Have more than 30 transferable hours
  • University System of Georgia Core Curriculum Transfer Agreement
    Tranferring from University System of Georgia institutions

    First, determine if you are transferring from another USG institution here.

    The USG core curriculum was developed with the goals of assuring institutional accountability for learning, incorporating learning requirements in global perspectives and critical thinking, allowing institutions some flexibility in tailoring courses to their institutional mission, while ensuring that core curriculum courses completed at one USG institution or through eCore, the USG’s designated online core curriculum, are fully transferable to another USG institution. All core curriculum requirements must be completed as part of the associate of arts, associate of science, bachelor of arts and bachelor of science degree programs. Each institution’s core curriculum shall consist of 42 semester credit hours, with minimum credit hours in each area of the core as follows:

    Area Area Name Description Hours Required
    A1 Communication Outcomes Courses that address learning outcomes in writing in English At least 6 hours
    A2 Quantitative Outcomes Courses that address learning outcomes in quantitative reasoning At least 3 hours
    B Institutional Options Courses that address general education learning outcomes of the institution’s choosing At least 3 hours
    C Humanities, Fine Arts, and Ethics Courses that address learning outcomes in humanities, fine arts, and ethics At least 6 hours
    D Natural Science, Mathematics, and Technology Courses that address learning outcomes in the natural sciences, mathematics, and technology. At least 7 hours. At least 4 of these hours must be in a lab science course.
    E Social Sciences Courses that address learning outcomes in the social sciences At least 6 hours
    F Lower-Division Major Requirements Lower division courses required by the degree program and courses that are prerequisites to major courses at higher levels 18 hours
    • Area: A1
      Area Name: Communication Outcomes
      Description: Courses that address learning outcomes in writing in English
      Hours Required: At least 6 hours

    • Area: A2
      Area Name: Quantitative Outcomes
      Description: Courses that address learning outcomes in quantitative reasoning
      Hours Required: At least 3 hours

    • Area: B
      Area Name: Institutional Options
      Description: Courses that address general education learning outcomes of the institution’s choosing
      Hours Required: At least 3 hours

    • Area: C
      Area Name: Humanities, Fine Arts, and Ethics
      Description: Courses that address learning outcomes in humanities, fine arts, and ethics
      Hours Required: At least 6 hours

    • Area: D
      Area Name: Natural Science, Mathematics, and Technology
      Description: Courses that address learning outcomes in the natural sciences, mathematics, and technology.
      Hours Required: At least 7 hours. At least 4 of these hours must be in a lab science course.

    • Area: E
      Area Name: Social Sciences
      Description: Courses that address learning outcomes in the social sciences
      Hours Required: At least 6 hours

    • Area: F
      Area Name: Lower-Division Major Requirements
      Description: Lower division courses required by the degree program and courses that are prerequisites to major courses at higher levels
      Hours Required: 18 hours

    The specific learning outcomes for areas A through E of an institution’s core curriculum are approved by the Council on General Education.

    Students completing any core curriculum course at one USG institution or through eCore will receive full credit for that course upon transfer to another USG institution within the same major, even if a core area is not completed and even if it means giving transfer credit across areas (e.g., credit of a math course in Area C).

    Assessment of the core curriculum by each institution is required as part of their accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and by the USG Comprehensive Program Review process.

    USG Policy Manual

  • Technical College System of Georgia Core Curriculum Transfer Agreement
    Transferring from Technical College System of Georgia

    First, determine if you are transferring from a TCSG institution here.

    USG institutions and TCSG institutions will accept these general education courses for transfer between their respective institutions

  • West Georgia Technical College Criminal Justice to University of West Georgia's Criminology
    WGTC Criminal Justice to UWG Criminology
    • Transferable courses to UWG's Core Areas A-F*
    • The only remaining courses are 3000-4000 level courses in your major
    • If enrolled in 18 hours/semester, bachelor’s can be completed within 3 semesters, or as few as 12 months if you take Summer courses.
    • Criminology is the only UWG bachelor’s program offered completely online; therefore, it can be completed on campus, online, or hybrid
  • West Georgia Technical College General Business to University of West Georgia Business Administration
    WGTC General Business to UWG Bachelor's of Business Administration
    • Transferable courses to UWG’s Core Areas A-F
    • Only 17 remaining courses within your selected business major at the 3000-4000 level
    • If enrolled in 18 hours/semester, bachelor’s can be completed within 3 semesters, or as few as 12 months if you take Summer courses
    • Flexibility to select any bachelor’s program within our nationally ranked Richards College of Business: Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, Marketing, Management Information Systems, or Real Estate
  • West Georgia Technical College Nursing to University of West Georgia RN-BSN Bridge Program
    WGTC Nursing to UWG RN-BSN Bridge Program
    • Transferable courses to UWG’s Core Areas A-F*
    • Separate application to the RN-BSN Bridge Program for Fall only required, acceptance is not guaranteed.
    • If core curriculum courses are complete at time of application, the BSN degree can be completed 100% online in two semesters (Fall & Spring).
    • Spring semester requires a leadership practicum; hours/rotation can be completed with student's health system or community health agency pending contract approvals between agency and Tanner Health System School of Nursing.

     

  • West Georgia Technical College Psychology to University of West Georgia Psychology Program
    WGTC Psychology to UWG Psychology
    • Transferable courses to UWG's Core Areas A-F*
    • Only 8-10 remaining psychology courses at the 3000-4000 level
    • If enrolled in 18 hours/semester, bachelor's can be completed within 3 semesters, or as few as 12 months if you take summer courses
    • With 4 credit courses available, fewer classes can be taken to complete the degree

 *there is one course within Area B that does not have a transferable course from WGTC and would be required to take upon transfer to UWG