What is General Education?
Students attend classes, on one of OCTCs four campuses, aimed for transferring to a 4-year university Students assume tuition costs associated with transfer courses and can receive both college and high school credit for their work. Programs are open to juniors and seniors who must provide their own transportation and are responsible for books and supplies.
Owensboro Community and Technical College provides students a core foundation if they wish to transfer to a four-year university or they can acquire the skills necessary to enter the workforce. Within the Transfer Framework Agreement, all 60 hours taken to complete an Associate in Arts or an Associate in Science are guaranteed to transfer to any Kentucky public institution.
High school students may also be eligible to complete courses toward other Academic Programs of Study. All students must meet required Placement Guidelines for admission into certain courses and programs.
*For how individual courses will transfer to the institution of your choice, please contact the transfer institutions admissions department.
Contact your high schools admissions navigator (http://owensboro.kctcs.edu/Academics/Discover_College/Contacts.aspx) to set up an appointment and get started today!