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Transfer Applicants

If you are currently enrolled at the Columbia campus and considering changing your major...

The College of Education offers undergraduate programs in Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Middle Level Education and Physical Education.

Step 1: Sign up for and attend a Become a Teacher Session, offered each fall and spring semester. You'll learn important program information, including admission and progression requirements. 

Step 2: Complete a change of major form. Once your form is approved, you will receive an email from us welcoming you to the college with your advisor's name and contact information. Your advisor will suggest  upcoming classes and make sure you've completed all of the steps necessary to becoming a successful College of Education student.


If you are transferring from another college/university or from any University of South Carolina campus other than Columbia...

Step 1: Explore program offerings for undergraduate students.

Step 2: Apply to UofSC Columbia. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions manages the application process for transfers. Through their office, you can apply to change your UofSC campus or find out how to transfer to UofSC

Step 3: Upon successful admission, you will receive information from the Undergraduate Admissions office regarding next steps, including orientation information.

Online Elementary Education program

In coordination with Palmetto College, UofSC Columbia's College of Education offers an online degree-completion program for the Bachelor of Arts with a major in Elementary Education. This degree offers you the same access to our outstanding faculty and staff at the college, but comes with the convenience of completing the program online.

Admission to the online elementary education degree-completion program requires 45 hours of college-level courses, 36 of which must be from a specific list of classes. You must also have at least a 2.50 GPA. Learn more about the online Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education program, or review the application instructions.


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