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2012-2013 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Statewide Engineering Articulation Agreement (AS)


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Picture of men who earned a Statewide Engineering Articulation Agreement (AS) from CMC.Colorado Mountain College participates in the statewide agreement for students pursuing baccalaureate majors in Colleges of Engineering or their equivalent. This articulation agreement provides varied options and rich opportunities for Colorado students to pursue engineering programs at their school(s) of choice while respecting the mission and uniqueness of each school and addressing the issue of access and flexibility for students.

Institutional Graduation Requirements. The graduation requirements for an engineering transfer student will be the same as the graduation requirements for a native engineering student, as stipulated in the appropriate publications for the degree-granting institution.

Transfer Eligible Courses for Students Entering Baccalaureate Programs Offered by Colleges of Engineering or Their Equivalent. Under this engineering articulation agreement, general education requirements are specifically selected to comply with lower division course sequences that are pre-requisite to College of Engineering graduation requirements, and ABET1 accredited baccalaureate majors. The following specified transfer courses meet general education competencies in mathematics, technology, critical thinking, and communication as specified in gtPathways.

The courses listed in each category below are eligible for transfer. The student must contact the institution to which they are transferring to determine which courses in each category apply to the degree requirements for a particular program. Those applicable courses, as determined by the institution to which the student is transferring, are guaranteed for transfer. Please go to  “Other Transfers Agreements” on  http://highered.colorado.gov/academics/transfers/ and access the link for the institution to which you are transferring.

Mathematics

  • Calculus I
  • Calculus II
  • Calculus III
  • Differential Equations
  • Linear Algebra
  • Discrete Math
  • Probability and Statistics

Science

  • Calculus-Based Physics I
  • Calculus-Based Physics II
  • College Level Chemistry I with lab
  • College Level Chemistry II with lab
  • Biology I with lab
  • Biology II with lab

Please consult the institution to which you are transferring for specific course information in the following areas. You are required to contact an advisor at those institutions for specific recommendations and the appropriate faculty representative from the pertinent academic units.

Arts & Humanities and Social & Behavioral Sciences

Transferred courses vary by program. Institutions have specific degree requirements in this area. These courses may also satisfy gtPathways.

Communication

Transferred courses vary by program. Institutions have specific degree requirements in this area. These courses may also satisfy gtPathways.

Additional transfers in the engineering major, supporting courses, and electives will be handled on a case-by-case basis in accordance with the transfer policies in force at each institution.

Students are responsible for contacting an advisor at the transferring and destination institutions. Transfer students will be advised with the object of assuring the continued success of transfer students in engineering programs.

Grade Eligibility. Only academic courses with a letter grade of “C-” or better will be accepted for transfer, though competitive admissions standards may require minimum grades of “B” in science, mathematics, and engineering courses.

Statute of Limitations. The destination college or university will accept all approved credits earned within ten years of transfer, provided that course content has not changed substantially within that time period. Credits earned more than ten years earlier may be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.


1 ABET, 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202-4012. Telephone 410-347-7700.

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◆ State Guaranteed Transfer Course

✽ Applies to CMC AA|AS Degree

For more information see Degree & Certificate Descriptions & Requirements .

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