NMC TRANSFER Guide

To: Oakland University - Main Campus

Program: Engineering

The School of Engineering offers a degree of Bachelor of Science in Engineering with majors in Computer, Electrical, Mechanical, and Systems Engineering. OU is ABET approved for M.E., E.E., and C.E.

ADMISSION CRITERIA

GPA is competitive ... 2.8 is minimum for consideration
A minimum of a 3.0 must be earned in all Science and Math courses

BASIC REQUIREMENTS

Although Oakland University is a member of MACRAO, Oakland requires additional hours of general education for their students beyond the 32 hours granted by MACRAO. Students are required to complete two additional general education courses once they transfer to Oakland University which may be completed in your major. Oakland does not count English Composition as a general education (under MACRAO), but does require it for graduation.  Request the MACRAO stamp be placed on your transcripts in the NMC's records office.

Communications

Credits

ENG 111, 112

English Composition

8

Humanities

Choose 8 credits from more than 1 dept.

Click here to see the Humanities Division requirements

Science/Math

Credits

CHM 150, 150R

General Chemistry I

5

MTH 141, 142,  241

Calculus I, II, III    

14

MTH 251

Differential Equations

4

PHY 221, 221R
PHY 222, 222R

Problems & Principles of Physics I & II

10

Social Science

Credits

Computer Engineering major:    

ECO 201 or 202

Principles of Micro or Macro Economics    

3

Click here to select 2 additional classes from the Social Science Division

Other Engineering majors:

Click here to select 8 or more credits from Social Science Division from more than one department

If you wish an Associate of Arts degree, 64 semester credit hours are required.

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.

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