NMC Transfer Guide - MTA

To: General - No Specific College - Other Community College Programs

Program: engineering

Students interested in careers in Engineering, but are unsure as to where they wish to transfer may choose to follow this guide. This transfer guide will not meet all requirements for specific schools or specific majors. If you know your specific major and school, please work with an advisor, or a representative from your school of choice. The following classes will meet the Associate of Science and Arts degree requirements.

BASIC REQUIREMENTS

Communications

Credits

ENG 111, 112

English Composition

8

Humanities

View the Humanities Division Requirements »

Natural Science

Credits

CHM 150/150R

General Chemistry I

5

PHY 221/221R

Problems and Principles of Physics II (Calc based)

(May be taken concurrently with Calculus I)

5

PHY 222/222R

Problems and Principles of Physics I

5

Social Science

View the Social Science Division Requirements »

Mathematics

MTH 116

Introduction to Computer Science

4

MTH 141

Calculus I

5

MTH 142

Calculus II

5

MTH 241

Calculus III

4

MTH 251

Differential Equations

4

Additional Requirements
(The following are required by some universities but not all. Please consult the links below for specific engineering major requirements.)

EGR 101

Introduction to Engineering

1

EGR 113

Engineering Graphics I

3

EGR 131

Elementary Surveying

5

EGR 201

Statics

3

EGR 202

Mechanics of Materials

3

EGR 203

Dynamics

4

Links to Transfer Guides Developed by NMC Advisors for specific universities

NMC Engineering Guides (not developed for all universities)

Links to Transfer Guides developed by Universities for their specific Engineering Majors

Northwestern Michigan College does not assume final responsibility for the accuracy of information on this guide. The final responsibility for the successful transfer of classes suggested on this guide rests with you and the institution you plan to transfer to. It is strongly recommended that you visit the institution as early in your academic career (prior to transfer) as possible.

Updated: Fall 2014

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