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HCC Industrial and Engineering Technology/Manufacturing [AAS] To APSU Engineering Technology/General [BS]

NOTE:  Any student entering APSU with less than 12 earned credit hours MUST take APSU 1000,
a one-hour Freshman Orientation course, which will count in the Electives section.

HCC: Industrial & Industrial Tech:Manufacturing Option

APSU:  Engineering Technology/General

Course Number

Course Title

Credit Hours

Course
Number

Course Title

Credit Hours

General Education Core

General Education Core  

      APSU 1000  

1

101 ENG

Writing I

3

ENGL 1010

English Composition I

3

102 ENG

Writing II

3

ENGL 1020

English Composition II

3

181 COM

Basics of Public Speaking

3

COMM 1010

Funds. of Public Speaking

3

 

 

 

HIST 2010

American History I

3

 

 

 

HIST 2020

American History II

3

 

Heritage/Humanities course

3

Humanity

Link to Catalog

3

 

 

 

Humanity

Link to Catalog

3

 

 

 

ENGL 2030

Traditions in World Literature

3

171 PHY

Physics

4

PHYS 2010

College Physics

5

 

 

 

PHYS 2020

College Physics

5

 

  Social Interaction course

3

Social/Behavioral Science

Link to Catalog

3

 

 

 

Social/Behavioral Science

Link to Catalog

3

 

 

 

Math 1530

Elements of Statistics

3

Major

Engineering Technology Core

      ENGT 1000 Intro to Engineering Tech 3

102 ET

Blue Print Reading

3

ENGT 1010

Design Graphics

3

100 CAD

Intro Computer Aided Design

3

ENGT 1020 Comp Aid Design 3

118 ET

Manufacturing III, CNC

3

ENGT 2000 Manufacturing Processes 3

110 ET

Electrical Circuits I

4

ENGT 2010 DC Circuits 3

265 MFG

Robotics & Indust. Automation

4

ENGT 2020 Robotic Fundamentals 3
      ENGT 2030 AC Circuits 3
      ENGT 3000 Material Science 3
      ENGT 3010 Engineering Economics 3
      ENGT 3020 Statics & Strength of Material 3
      ENGT 3030 Thermodynamics 3

265 ET

Applied Fluid Power

3

ENGT  3040

Power Transfer

3

     

ENGT 3050 

Problem Solving

3

150 MT

College Algebra & Functions

3

MATH 1730 or ENGT 1200 

 Precalculus

3

      MATH 1810 or ENGT 1400 Calculus 3
 

General Core

      ENGT 3100 Robotic Application 3
      ENGT 3200 Electronics I 3

112 ET

Logic for Computers

4

ENGT 3220 Digital I 3
      ENGT 3840 Dynamics 3
      ENGT 3850 Manufacturing Process II 3
      ENGT 4500 Occupational Safety 3

250 ET

Programmable Logic Controls

4

ENGT 4150 Programmable Logic Control 3
      ENGT 4720 Advanced CAD 3
 

Civil Specialization

 

 

 

ENGT   3

 

 

 

ENGT   3

 

 

 

ENGT   3

 

 

 

ENGT   3

 

 

 

Electives ENGT 1720, 2500, 3500, 3710, 3720, 3790, 4020, 4710
 

Mechanical Specialization

 

 

 

  ENGT

 

3

 

 

 

  ENGT

 

3

 

 

 

  ENGT

 

3

 

 

 

  ENGT

 

3

 

Technical Courses**

3

Electives ENGT 3790, 3810, 4120, 4710, 4800, 4810, 4880

 

General Specialization

244 ET

Electrical Machinery

4

     
  Technical Courses**

4

Any four courses from ENGT or technical related field                   12
These courses will count as electives but will not fulfill ENGT degree requirements

112 MA

Trigonometry

2

     
234 ET Computer Hardware Maintenance

3

     
107 ET Computer Applications for Tech

4

     

HCC Hours Applicable to ENGT Degree =  61

APSU ENGT Requirements: 125 Hours

NOTES: 

  1. To gain upper division credits students may take ENGT 3820 to substitute for ENGT 1000.

  2. If students select technical courses equivalent to ENGT courses it will decrease required APSU credit requirement.

  3. Hours for the HCC AAS degree are based upon the 2006-2007 catalog.   The AAS from HCC may require more hours than are indicated in this articulation agreement.  Because of the BS in Engineering Technology requirements, only 61 of those HCC AAS hours are applicable to the ENGT degree program.

  4. Lower division APSU general education courses required for the APSU BS degree that are not a part of HCC AAS degree requirements may be taken at HCC and transferred to APSU.
     

To contact an APSU advisor for the Engineering Technology degree program, send an email to:

Dr. John Blake

John Byrd

Dr. Chin-Sue Chen

Adel Salama

Dr. Abu Sarwar