Transfer Agreement | Admissions

North Greenville University Transfer Agreement

SC Technical Courses

NGU Courses

ACC 101 Accounting Principles I

ACCT 2310 Principles of Accounting I

ACC 102 Accounting Principles II

ACCT 2320 Principles of Accounting II

ACC 201 Intermediate Accounting I

ACCT 3310 Intermediate Accounting I

ACC 202 Intermediate Accounting II

ACCT 3320 Intermediate Accounting II

ACC 232 Cost Accounting I

ACCT 3340 Cost Accounting I

ART 101 Art History & Appreciation

ARTS 1300 Art Appreciation

Art 111 Drawing I

ARTS 1310 Drawing I

Art 112 Drawing II

ARTS 1320 Drawing II

ARV 121 Design

ARTS 1330 Design I

ARV 114 Photography

ARTS 2330 Photography I

ARV 240 Painting I

ARTS 2360 Painting I

AST 101 Solar System Astronomy

PHYS 1450 Astronomy

BIO 101 Biological Science I

BIOL 1410 Principles of Biology I

BIO 102 Biological Science II

BIOL 1420 Principles of Biology II   (Elective)

BIO 215 Anatomy

BIOL 2470 Human Anatomy I

BIO 216 Physiology

BIOL 2480 Human Anatomy II

BIO 255 Microbiology

BIOL 3450 Microbiology

BUS 121 Business Law I

BUSN 2310 Business Law I

BUS 250 Intro. To International Business

INBS 1330 Introduction to International Business

CHM 110 College Chemistry

CHEM 1450 General Chemistry I

CHM 111 College Chemistry

CHEM 1460 General Chemistry II

CHM 211 Organic Chemistry I

CHEM 2450 Organic Chemistry I

CHM 212 Organic Chemistry II

CHEM 2460 Organic Chemistry II

COL 101 College Orientation

COLL 1100 First Year Experience

COL 103 College Skills

COLL 1300 Learning Methods

CPT 101 Introduction To Computers

CSCI 1305 Introduction to Information Technology

CPT 240 Internet Programming w/ Database

CSCI 2335 Web Design

CPT 270 Advanced Micro Applications

CSCI 1310 Microsoft ware Applications II (Elective)

ECD 101 Introduction to Early Childhood

EDUC 3330 Introduction to Early Childhood Education

ECD 102&103 Growth & Development I&II

EDUC Human Growth & Development

ECD 107 Exceptional Child

EDUC 3350 Exceptional Child

ECD 108 Family & Community Relations

EDUC 3370 Administration of Preschool

ECO 205 Comparative Economics Systems

ECON 3330 Comparative Economic Systems

ECO 210 Macroeconomics

ECON 2310 Principles of Economics: Macro

ECO 211 Microeconomics

ECON 2320 Principles of Economics: Micro

ENG 100 Introduction to Composition

ENGL 1300 Fundamentals of Writing

ENG 101 English Composition I

ENGL 1310 English Composition and Rhetoric

ENG 102 English Composition II

ENGL 1320 English Composition and Literature

ENG 201 American Literature I

ENGL 2330 American Literature I

ENG 202 American Literature II

ENGL 2340 American Literature II

ENG 205 English Literature I

ENGL 2310 British Literature I

ENG 206 English Literature II

ENGL 2330 British Literature II

ENG 208 World Literature I

ENGL 3330 World Literature

ENG 209 World Literature II

ENGL 3332 World Literature II

ENG 238 Creative Writing

ENGL 3310 Creative Writing

ENG 230 Women in Literature

ENGL 3370 Women in Literature

FRE 101 Elementary French I

FREN 1310 Elementary French I

FRE 102 Elementary French II

FREN 1320 Elementary French II

FRE 201 Intermediate French I

FREN 2310 Intermediate French III

FRE 202 Intermediate French II

FREN 2320 Intermediate French IV

GEO 101 Introduction to Geography

GEOG 2310 Introduction to Geography

GEO 102 World Geography

GEOG 2310 Introduction to Geography

GER 101 Elementary German I

GERM 1310 Elementary German I

GER 102 Elementary German II

GERM 1320 Elementary German II

GER 201 Intermediate German I

GERM 2310 Intermediate German III

GER 202 Intermediate German II

GERM 2320 Intermediate German IV

HIS 101 Western Civ. To 1689

HIST 1350 Western Civ. Through 1715

HIS 102 Western Civ. Post 1689

HIST 1360 Western Civ. Since 1715

HIS 104 World History I

HIST 2330 World History

HIS 105 World History II

HIST 2330 World History

HIS 112 Nonwestern Civilizations

HIST 2331 Nonwestern Civilizations

HIS 201 American History: Discovery

HIST 2310 United States History to 1865

HIS 202 American History: 1877 to Present

HIST 2320 United States Since 1865

HUS 231 Counseling Techniques

PSYC 2370 Intro to Counseling

JOU 101 Introduction to Journalism

MCO 1300 Introduction to Mass Communications

LEG 121 Business Law I

BUSN 2310 Business Law I

LEG 122 Business Law II

BUSN 2320 Business Law II

MAT 103 Quantitative Reasoning

MATH 1315 Contemporary Mathematics

MAT 109 College Algebra w/ modeling

MATH 1310 College Algebra

MAT 110 College Algebra

MATH 1310 College Algebra

MAT 111 Trigonometry

MATH 1335 Adv. Algebra & Trig

MAT 120 Probability and Statistics

MATH 1330 Probability and Statistics

MAT 130 Elementary Calculus

MATH 1410 Calculus One

MAT 140 Calculus I

MATH 1410 Calculus One

MAT 141 Calculus II

MATH 2410 Calculus II

MAT 155 Contemporary Mathematics

MATH 1315 Contemporary Mathematics

MAT 211 Math for Elementary Education I

MATH 1315 Contemporary Mathematics

MAT 215 Geometry

MATH XXX Math Elective

MAT 220 Advanced Statistics

MATH 3345Probability and Statistics II

MAT 240 Calculus III

MATH 2420 Calculus III

MAT 242 Calculus IV

MATH 3330 Calculus IV

MGT 101 Principles of Management

BUSN 3310 Principles of Management

MGT 201 Human Resource Management

BUSN 3330 Human Resource Management

MKT 101 Marketing

BUSN 2330 Fundamentals of Marketing

MUS 105 Music Appreciation

MUSC 1300 Music Appreciation

PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL 2300 Introduction to Philosophy

PHI 108 Critical Reasoning

PHIL 2310 Practical Reasoning

PHS 101 Physical Science I

PHSC 1410 Physical Science

PHS 102 Physical Science II

PHSC 1420 Earth Science

PHY 201 Physics I

PHYS 1410 General Physics I

PHY 202 Physics II

PHYS 1420 General Physics II

PHY 221 University Physics

PHYS 2410 Physics w/ Calculus

PHY 222 University Physics II

PHYS 2420 Physics w/ Calculus II

SC Technical Courses

NGU Courses

PSC 201 American Government

PLSC 2310 American National Government

PSC 215 State and Local Government

PLSC 2320 State and Local Government

PSY 201 General Psychology

PSYC 2310 General Psychology

PSY 203 Human Growth and Development

PSYC 2350 Human and Growth and Development

PSY 212 Abnormal Psychology

PSYC 3360 Abnormal Paychology

PSY225 Social Psychology

PSYC 3360 Social Psychology

PSY 231 Counseling Techniques

PSYC 2370 Introduction to Counseling

REL 101 Introduction to Religion

CHST XXX Christian Studies Elective

REL 201 Religions of the World

CHST 2335 World Religions

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology

SOCY 2310 Introduction to Sociology

SOC 205 Social Problems

SOCY 2320 Sociology of Social Problems

SOC 220 Sociology of the Family

SOCY 2330 Marriage and Family

SPA 101 Elementary Spanish I

SPAN 1310 Elementary Spanish I

SPA 102 Elementary Spanish II

SPAN 1320 Elementary Spanish II

SPA 210 Intermediate Spanish I

SPAN 2310 Intermediate Spanish III

SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II

SPAN 2320 Intermediate Spanish IV

SPC 205 Public Speaking

COMM 2300 Public Speaking

THE 101 Introduction to Theatre

THTR 1300 Theater Appreciation

Transfer Scholarship:
Transfer Scholarships are awarded annually to applicants who transfer from an accredited institution. A student must have 24 hours in order to receive transfer academic scholarships.  If a student does not have the required hours, we will request high school transcripts and each awards package will be given on a case by case basis, with consideration to both high school and college transcripts.

Campus Visits:
Campus visits are the best way to experience our uniqueness for yourself and discover why you belong at North Greenville University!  To make an appointment to tour the campus, call the Admissions Office at 864-977-7001

Application Process:
Complete the Application for Admission.
Submit the $30 application fee.
Submit official transcripts from all institutions previously attended.
You must have at least a 2.0 gpa and 12 transferable hours to be considered for transfer admissions.
Any student with less than 12 hours must then meet freshman admission requirements..

Whitney F. Barefoot
Transfer/International Admissions Counselor