School of Arts & Sciences
The School of Arts & Sciences at Greenville Technical College is the largest school within the college, providing classes for over 4,000 students each fall and spring semester to include dual-enrolled high school students. The School offers the Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and the general education courses required for the Associate in Applied Science degree programs. The school houses eight departments: Biological Sciences, Behavior & Social Sciences, English, Humanities, Mathematics, Physical Sciences, Speech Communication and Theatre and Visual Arts. Uniquely, it provides opportunities for undergraduate research, study abroad/international education and advanced course rigor through the Honors Program.
Visit our web page at https://www.gvltec.edu/arts-sciences/.
The Honors Program is designed to enhance the Greenville Tech experience for bright, highly motivated students. Small, challenging classes encourage interaction between student and instructor, enhance opportunities for independent research and allow the student to pursue individual goals.
- Current GTC students are eligible to apply for acceptance into the Honors Program if they have a cumulative grade point average of 3.4 or higher and have earned at least nine transferable credit hours.
- High school students entering Greenville Tech should have a high school GPA of at least 3.5 or a combined score of 1150 or above on the critical reading and math sections of the SAT or 26 on the ACT with two letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with the student’s academic performance, at least one of whom is a high school teacher.
- To complete the Honors Program requirements, an Honors Program student must take at least six classes with the honors designation, one of which must be an honors seminar. In addition, the honors student will be required to fulfill a community service requirement.
- Speak with an advisor or contact the Honors Program directly for more information.
Visit our web page at https://www.gvltec.edu/honors/.
Students planning to transfer to these or any other colleges should consult frequently with their academic advisor while enrolled at Greenville Tech. Advisors will help students select courses best suited to their major subject areas and transfer destinations. It is the student’s responsibility to use the services of a faculty advisor as well as the resources of his/her transfer institution. The ultimate responsibility for choosing classes is that of the student.
The following list contains some of the colleges and universities to which Greenville Technical College students have been accepted:
Appalachian State University
Bob Jones University
Brooks Institute of Art
Charleston Southern University
Coastal Carolina University
College of Charleston
East Tennessee State University
Florida State University
Francis Marion University
Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia Southern College
James Madison University
Johnson C. Smith University
Kansas State University
Mars Hill College
Medical University of South Carolina
Middle Tennessee State University
North Carolina A&T University
North Carolina State University
North Greenville University
Pennsylvania State University
Rhode Island School of Design
Ringling College of Art and Design
Savannah College of Art and Design
South Carolina State University
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Southern New Hampshire University
Southern Wesleyan College
State University of New York Morrisville
Troy State University
University of Alabama
University of Charleston
University of Florida
University of Georgia
University of Louisville
University of Maryland
University of Massachusetts
University of Miami
University of Mississippi
University of Missouri
University of Nebraska at Lincoln
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
University of North Dakota
University of Notre Dame
University of Richmond
University of South Carolina at Columbia
University of South Carolina - Palmetto College
University of South Carolina Upstate
University of Southern Mississippi
University of Tennessee - Chattanooga
University of Tennessee - Knoxville
University of Texas at Austin
University of the District of Columbia
University of the South
University of Virginia
Western Carolina University