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Why should I choose a TCSG Articulation Program?

How do I apply?

How do I get a transcript from my home institution?

Will my GPA affect my admission into the BAS & ET degrees at SPSU?

In what format will the TCSG Articulation courses be delivered?

If I have taken classes at a TCSG institution but do not have one of the required AAS degrees for the TCSG Articulation Program can I still apply at SPSU?

Is Financial Aid available?

Who do I talk to at SPSU?

What courses will I need to take at SPSU?


Why should I choose a TCSG Articulation Program?

The TCSG Articulation Program provides an efficient pathway from an Associate of Applied Science (TCSG) to Bachelor of Applied Science or Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology (SPSU). Your home TCSG institution is working closely with SPSU to provide a seamless transition from the AAS into the BAS.

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How do I apply?

Complete and return the application available under Apply and order transcripts from all the post-secondary institutions you have attended to be sent to SPSU.

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How do I get a transcript from my home institution?

Go to the website for each institution and search for Transcript Request. Follow their directions to have your transcripts sent to:

      SPSU Admissions Office
      Attention TCSG Program
      Southern Polytechnic State University
      1100 South Marietta Parkway
      Marietta, GA 30060-2896

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Will my GPA affect my admission into the BAS at SPSU?

Your TCSG GPA must be 2.5 and your overall college GPA (if you have attended other schools) must be 2.0.

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In what format will the TCSG Articulation courses be delivered?

All of the courses in both the BAS in Information Technology and the BAS in Manufacturing Operations will be delivered fully online using SPSU’s GeorgiaVIEW Desire2Learn (D2L) course management system. To learn more about GeorgiaVIEW Desire2Learn go to: /d2l/.

Courses in programs planned for release in the future also will generally be delivered online through GeorgiaVIEW Desire2Learn. However, some labs may require low residency delivery meaning you may have to attend a lab at a specific location (either at SPSU or another location in the state) but labs will be concentrated to require only limited (not weekly) travel to the site.


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If I have taken classes at a TCSG institution but do not have one of the required AAS degrees for the TCSG Articulation Program can I still apply at SPSU?

You may apply to SPSU through the regular admissions process. Please visit the SPSU Admissions for more information.

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Is Finance Aid available?

Yes. Check out the SPSU Financial Aid page for more information.

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Who do I talk to at SPSU?

For general queries, contact the TCSG Articulation Coordinator at tcsg_coordinator@spsu.edu.

For specific questions about courses you have taken or you will take, contact the degree coordinator for the BAS in Information Technology at basit@spsu.edu or the degree coordinator for the BAS in Manufacturing Operations at basmo@spsu.edu .

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What courses will I need to take at SPSU?

To determine specific course requirements go to the degree information page.

     Bachelor of Applied Science

     Engineering Technology

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