The bachelor of science in industrial technology is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering
and is a degree completion curriculum designed for students who have been awarded a qualified associate in applied science degree in an industrial or technical related field. Students accepted to ECU may declare an intent to enroll in the bachelor of science in industrial technology program, but must apply for admission to a specific concentration. Students not yet accepted into this program will not be allowed to enroll in concentration courses. Acceptance into the program may require additional qualifications such as industry certifications and additional courses depending on the chosen concentration, the earned associate in applied science degree, and the student’s background. All students pursuing a bachelor of science in industrial technology through distance education (online) are required to complete ITEC 3000
in their initial semester of enrollment at East Carolina University. Students must complete a minimum of 42 s.h. of upper division core and concentration courses at ECU. Students can transfer up to half (60 s.h.) of the total hours of the degree program (120 s.h.) from the community college. Those ECU students intending to transfer to a technology systems degree program from other campus programs must have at least a 2.0 GPA.