A.S. Degree Transfer Options

Did you know that an Associate in Science degree in Engineering Technology can lead to a Bachelor's degree? The A.S. degree in Engineering Technology is transferable to the Bachelor of Applied Science programs at Eastern Florida State College and to the Engineering Technology B.S. program at Daytona State College.

  • Courses in the A.S. degree program provide valuable skill sets that prepare you for an internship or for work in the career field while you continue on to a higher degree.
  • Bachelor's degree courses allow you to continue with upper level courses and advance your knowledge in the career area.
  • A.S. to Bachelor degree programs, such as EFSC's Bachelor of Applied Science programs, provide you an opportunity to work on general education requirements while also taking upper division courses that are specific to the major. Check with the transfer college or university for appropriate general education course requirements.

View the links below to learn about degree requirements and steps toward completing a Bachelor's degree.

Eastern Florida State College Bachelor Degrees
College Credit Certificates in Career & Technical Programs can meet the 21 credit hours of Technical Concentration courses for A.A. students who plan to pursue a Bachelor's degree at Eastern Florida State College. View the Career & Technical College Credit Certificates at Eastern Florida State College that match your career goals.

Daytona State College/Bachelor of Science Engineering Technology

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Partnership Advantage


EFSC is part of the Florida Advanced Technological Education Center (FLATE), a partnership between industry, state colleges, and the Florida Department of Education that designed the statewide standards for the Engineering Technology A.S. Degree Program. EFSC shares common core courses and industry certification standards with other institutions in the Florida State College system. The FLATE partnership also provides networking opportunities through industry contacts around the state.