Transfer Student Four-Year Degree Plans

Transfer Student Four-Year Degree Plans (Bachelor Degree Plans; BDPS)

If you are a student planning to transfer to a 4-year college or university in North Carolina, you have excellent opportunities and resources available to aid in your endeavors. The North Carolina Community College System and the UNC System work together to encourage and support students in completing an Associate in Arts, Associate in Arts Teacher Preparation, Associate in Fine Arts, Associate in Science, Associate in Science Teacher Preparation, or Associate in Engineering degree prior to transferring to their selected university for their baccalaureate degree (aka bachelor's degree). The Comprehensive Articulation Agreement works to that end to guide and help align students' goals and programs of study from one institution to another. Please learn more by selecting here, as well as utilizing the information below.

Bachelor Degree Plans: One of the most helpful resources available to students planning to transfer is the bachelor degree plan (BDP). A BDP is specific to your intended major at your selected transfer university. Each UNC System university provides a large number of bachelor degree plans that inform community college transfer students on courses to take in their first two years, or approximately 60 credits of college transfer courses, to meet requirements toward their chosen degree at the university. As you explore the links below, you will be able to see the many BDPs and start matching a few of them up as potential plans toward your degree and career goals. You'll discuss this more with your advisor at Mitchell Community College as you begin. Later, when you are preparing to transfer, you'll include the office of transfer services at your selected university, as well as a transfer advisor at that institution, in your transfer planning. Note that there may not be an exact BDP to match your goals. If this is the case, just reach out to your transfer university to inquire about degree planning and recommendations.

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The following UNC university links provide further guidance for college transfer students. 

Appalachian State University  
Office of Transfer Services
Four-Year Degree Plans for Community College Students

East Carolina University 
Four-Year Degree Plans for Community College Students

Elizabeth City State University
Four-Year Degree Plans for Community College Students 

Fayetteville State University
Four-Year Degree Plans for Community College Students 

North Carolina A&T 
Transfer Student Information and Four-Year Degree Plans for Community College Student

North Carolina Central University
Four-Year Degree Plans for Community College Student

North Carolina State University 
Transfer Student Information and Four-Year Degree Plans for Community College Students 

UNC-Asheville 
Four-Year Degree Plans for Community College Students 
Transfer Resources 


UNC-Chapel Hill
 
Four-Year Degree Plans for Community College Students

UNC-Charlotte 
49erNext program
Transfer Guide with Four-Year Degree Plans for Community College Students 

UNC-Greensboro 
Four-Year Degree Plans for Community College Students

UNC-Pembroke
Four-Year Degree Plans for Community College Students 

UNC-Wilmington
UNCW-Mitchell CC Pathway to Excellence Program (uncw.edu)
Transfer Guide with Four-Year Degree Plans for Community College Students 

Western Carolina University 
Four-Year Degree Plans for Community College Students

Winston-Salem State University 
Four-Year Degree Plans for Community College Students

College Foundation of North Carolina Transfer Navigator 

Advising Tools – N.C. Community College Transfer Students