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South GA Tech. signs new agreements with Valdosta State

AMERICUS, GA (WALB) -

South Georgia Technical College signed two Pathway Program articulation agreements with Valdosta State University Monday.

The agreements allow students graduating with an Associate of Applied Science degree in 14 selected programs from South Georgia Technical College (SGTC) to begin working on a Bachelor of Applied Science degree with a major in Technical Studies and Human Capital Performance from Valdosta State University (VSU), or a Bachelor degree from VSU in Organizational Leadership.

"This is a win, win situation for your students," said Valdosta State University President Dr. Bill McKinney in a release. "Students who have completed their Associate of Applied Science from South Georgia Technical College can now enroll in a Bachelor of Applied Science or a Bachelor of Science Program at Valdosta State University."

South Georgia Technical College's AAS programs included under both agreements are:  Accounting, Air Conditioning Technology, Business Administrative Technology, Computer Support Specialist, Criminal Justice Technology, Culinary Arts, Drafting Technology, Early Childhood Care & Education, Electronics Technology, Heavy Equipment Dealer Service Technology, Horticulture, Marketing Management, Networking Specialist and Recreation and Leisure Management.

For more information about South Georgia Technical College, visit www.southgatech.edu

For more information about Valdosta State University, visit www.valdosta.edu

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