Posted: Friday, September 20th 2013 at 8:46am
NGTC, Piedmont agree on Photography to Arts articulation
CLARKESVILLE - Students who earn an associateís degree in Photography from North Georgia Technical College (NGTC) can now use their academic credits toward a four-year bachelorís degree at Piedmont College.
The two schools recently signed an articulation agreement that makes it possible for NGTC graduates to transfer some course credits to Piedmont. Photography graduates have the opportunity to enter Piedmont as degree-completion students, which means that they can complete the bachelorís degree program with a major in Art in two years if they attend full time.
Piedmont and NGTC have signed similar agreements that allow the transfer of credits for students enrolled in business, nursing, and criminal justice classes.
For more information on the photography programs at NGTC, please contact Jeff Gulle at email@example.com or Jim Loring at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the website at www.northgatech.edu. For more information about the photography program at Piedmont College, contact Chris Kelly at 706-778-3000 ext. 1307 or visit www.piedmont.edu.
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