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2021-2022 Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Catalog

Articulation Agree-Pre Engineer Mgmt GRCC & WMU

Pre-Engineering Management Technology, A.A. (Western Michigan University)



Academic Program Code: 627

This program is designed to offer a clear pathway for students wanting to transfer into the bachelor’s degree program in Engineering Management Technology at Western Michigan University. Upon graduating from the program at WMU, among the jobs students can consider are engineering managers in the manufacturing and service industries. By declaring this Articulated Pre-Major, students are on track to graduate with an Associate of Arts degree from GRCC and transfer to WMU to earn a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management Technology.

General Transfer Notes & Michigan Transfer Agreement


The coursework needed to complete this program is listed below.  The courses transfer and satisfy requirements at Western Michigan University. 

Students should contact Western Michigan University to obtain additional detailed information about transfer requirements. Western Michigan University ultimately makes the decisions about how each course will be used to meet the bachelor’s degree requirements. Students should also review the specific admission requirements for Western Michigan University and the Engineering Management Technology program.

GRCC advisors and faculty are available to help students navigate transfer resources and create an individualized transfer plan, including selection of elective courses, which meets all GRCC and Western Michigan University requirements.

Graduates of this program will earn an Associate of Arts degree from GRCC and may be eligible to earn the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) credential.

General Education Courses


Select a minimum of 30 credit hours of coursework from the General Education course list. Select coursework as directed below.  Use transfer resources available and advising to select coursework based on Western Michigan Univeristy requirements. 

English Composition and Communications


Humanities


Select two (2) Humanities General Education Electives from two (2) different subject areas. Only one (1) Foreign Language course can be used for the Humanities requirement.

Social Sciences


Select one (1) Social Sciences General Education Elective from a subject area different than EC.

Natural Sciences and Mathematics


Natural Sciences


Mathematics


General Education Total Credits Hours


30 (minimum)

Total Credit Hours


64 

In What Order Should I Take Classes?


In What Order Should I Take Classes?

Please select courses from the Priority I list.  Select courses based on the number of credits you are taking in the semester, for example, if you are a part time student you do not have to take all of the courses listed.  If you are unable to schedule Priority I courses, move to and select from the list of Priority II, Priority III, and Priority IV courses.

Priority I Priority II

EN 101 - English Composition I  

MA 131 - Precalculus 

General Education Course

EC 252 - Principles of Microeconomics 

MN 100 - Manufacturing Principles  

OR

DR 180 - Introduction to Mechanical Concepts    

EN 102 - English Composition II  

OR

COM 131 - Fundamentals of Public Speaking  

OR

COM 135 - Interpersonal Communication  

General Education Course 

EG 110 - Industrial Graphics with CAD 

MA 133 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry I    

Program Elective Course

Priority III Priority IV

General Education Course

CHM 130 - General Chemistry I 

CHM 131 - General Chemistry I Laboratory 

PH 125 - College Physics I 

EL 144 - Basic Electricity and Electronics    

BA 256 - Principles of Accounting I 

PH 126 - College Physics II   

TE 114 - Material Science  

Program Elective Course 

NOTE: This priority schedule assumes the student is prepared to take the courses listed. If prerequisites are required, additional semesters may be required to complete this degree.

Meet with an Academic Program Advisor and consult My Degree Path for specific degree requirements.

Program Notes


This degree is designed with the intent that students can take classes and be advised at the Western Michigan University Grand Rapids - Downtown location via the AMP lab.