Earn your bachelor’s degree from Coker College.

Coker offers MTC business management, marketing, and criminal justice graduates a simplified application process, seamless transfer of credits, and an annual $2,000 scholarship.

MTC Bridge Program Degrees
100% Online Degree Options
How Will this Work?
How Long Will it Take to Earn my Bachelor’s Degree?
Will my MTC Credits Transfer to Coker?
How Much Will It Cost?
Financial Aid & Scholarships
Submit Your Application

MTC Bridge Program Degrees

Bachelor of Science in Business Management
  • Available to MTC business management and marketing graduates
Bachelor of Science in Criminology
  • Available to MTC criminal justice graduates

100% Online Degree Options

If you need even more flexibility, Coker offers four undergraduate degrees that are completely online––business management, criminology, psychology, and sociology.  

How will this work?

  • Classes will be both online and in-seat at MTC – Each term, students spend one night per week taking an in-person course with Coker faculty in a MTC classroom and a second class taught entirely online.
  • 8-week terms – You’ll complete six (6) credit hours per eight-week term (a full-time schedule for financial aid purposes).
  • You will have support – You’ll be part of a cohort, meaning you’ll be with the same group of students as you work together toward your bachelor’s degree. In addition, you’ll have Coker’s supportive faculty, staff, and resources to help you along the way.

How long will it take to earn my bachelor’s degree?

If students are able to complete two classes each 8-week term (including a summer term), they could earn their bachelor’s degree in just two years.

Will my MTC credits transfer to Coker?

Yes! Learn more about transferring credits into your Coker bachelor’s degree program by checking out our comprehensive transfer guide

How much will it cost?

$425/ per credit hour (or) $2,550 per term (6 hours x $425/per term = $2,550)

Financial Aid & Scholarships

  • Annual $2,000 Achievement Scholarship for MTC associate degree graduates (3-year max limit)
  • Federal Pell Grant available to those who qualify
  • SC Tuition Grant offered annually to students who begin in August (Term 1) and complete their FAFSA no later than June 30
  • Subsidized and unsubsidized loans available to those who qualify

Submit Your Application


Elaine Hodges
ehodges@coker.edu or (843) 857-4194

Every student is assigned a student success coach to guide you through your Coker experience. This specially-trained staff member will work with you to overcome any obstacles that may arise, and serves as a main point of contact when you need to talk to somebody at the college.

Once you enroll, your student success coach will send an academic plan outlining all the courses you need to graduate.  Each term, they will register you for classes. They are your one-stop-shop to get all your questions answered and can help you with any of the following:

  • Time management and study skills
  • Use of Blackboard for online classes
  • How to connect with academic support services (writing and math assistance as well as  tutoring in other subjects) and campus resources
  • Career coaching

“Once I got my associate’s,...I realized...if I want to go anywhere in my career and make the money I feel like I want to make, then I really need to push for that bachelor’s. I feel like the people who are in these...programs, they’re all working individuals mostly and I feel like the instructors really take that into account...they’re very mindful that we all have careers and that we are working individuals and so they’ve really made it awesome.”

Ashleigh Altman , '18 - business management bridge program student

“I’ve always been really interested in it. I always told myself I’d go back and get my bachelor’s ‘one day.’ But that’s always scary to say ‘one day.’ You don’t know if that day is actually going to come...With criminal justice and criminology, there’s only so much you can do with an associate’s degree. I originally wanted to be a probation officer. I’ve been looking at a lot of different [positions]. There’s just so many...A lot of those fields, you have to have a bachelor’s degree.”

Taylor Lambert - criminology bridge program student