Transfer Courses to other Universities

Transfer credit, credit transfer, or advanced standing are the terms used by colleges and universities for the procedure of granting credit to a student for educational experiences or courses. Should a student wish to transfer credit earned at Savannah Technical College to another institution, it is important for students to work closely with the other institution’s Office of Student Services/Admissions in determining which courses are acceptable. Savannah Technical College does not guarantee course transfer.


List of Courses that transfer to University System of Georgia


ENGL1101 Composition and Rhetoric
ENGL1102 Literature and Composition
ENGL2130 American Literature
Humanities/Fine Arts
HUMN1101 Introduction to Humanities
ARTS1101 Art Appreciation
MATH1101 Mathematical Modeling
MATH1103 Quantitative Skills/Reasoning
MATH1111 College Algebra
MATH1113 Precalculus
MATH1127 Introduction to Statistics
MATH1131 Calculus I
Natural Sciences
BIOL1111 Biology I
BIOL1111 Biology Lab I
BIOL1112 Biology II
BIOL1112 Biology Lab II
CHEM1151 Survey of Inorganic Chemistry
CHEM1151 Survey of Inorganic Chem Lab
CHEM1152 Survey Organic Chem/Biochem
CHEM1152 Survey of Organic Chem/Bio Lab
PHYS1111 Introductory Physics I
PHYS1111 Introductory Physics Lab I
PHYS1112 Introductory Physics II
PHYS1112 Introductory Physics Lab II
Social/Behavioral Sciences
ECON1101 Principles of Economics
ECON2105 Macroeconomics
ECON2106 Microeconomics
HIST1111 World History I
HIST1112 World History II
HIST2111 U.S. History I
HIST2112 U.S. History II
POLS1101 American Government
PSYC1101 Introductory Psychology
SOCI1101 Introduction to Sociology
SPCH1101 Public Speaking




Articulation Agreements with other Colleges and Universities 


College/University Articulated Program of Study
Armstrong State University Accounting (AAS)
Criminal Justice (AS)
Information Technology (AAS)
Brewton Parker College Accounting (AAS)
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Accounting (AAS)
Marketing Management (AAS)
Georgia Military College Associate of Applied Science Degrees (24 semester hours)
in BAS Degree Programs
Georgia Southern University Logistics (AAS)
Mercer University All Associate Degree programs accepted for credit in nine bachelor degree programs
Savannah State University Accounting (AAS)
South University Business Administration Technology (AAS)
Criminal Justice (AS)
Paralegal (AAS)
St. Leo University Business Administration Technology (AAS)
University of Phoenix Business Management (AAS)
Valdosta State University All Associate of Applied Science Programs Accepted
Note: The Technical College System of Georgia also has Articulation Agreements.



NC-SARA State Reciprocity Agreement



NC-Sara Logo Participating Institution

Savannah Technical College participates in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements.

NC-SARA is a private nonprofit organization [501(c)(3)] that helps expand students’ access to educational opportunities and ensure more efficient, consistent, and effective regulation of distance education programs.

Recognizing the growing demand for distance education opportunities, higher education stakeholders – including state regulators and education leaders, accreditors, the U.S. Department of Education, and institutions – joined together in 2013 to establish the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (SARA), which streamline regulations around distance education programs.