CH 1153 is a degree requirement, so you will need to take another class to replace it. See your academic advisor for course approval and to have the adjustment made to your online degree audit.
|John Jaszczak <email@example.com>||Tue, Apr 10, 2012 at 9:57 AM|
To: “advisor-l” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
It is possible to transfer to Michigan Tech Chemical Engineering from a community college or from another university. A standard path for this would be to take two years of college work at that other institution followed by a summer at Michigan Tech and then the usual junior and senior years of chemical engineering at Michigan Tech. The two summer classes that must be taken are:
- CM2110 Fundamentals of Chemical Engineering I
- CM2120 Fundamentals of Chemical Engieering II
These two classes are prerequisites to junior classes in chemical engineering and they must be completed before you may begin your junior year in chemical engineering. It is not possible to take these two classes at the same time as junior classes. For this reason, students who wish to graduate with two years of transfer credit must plan on either three years at Michigan Tech or they must take these two courses the summer before they start Michigan Tech junior classes in chemical engineering.
The standard transfer plan, as discussed above, is available on our handouts page.
Yes! We strongly encourage all incoming transfer students to meet with an advisor. We use this time to review transfer credit and to develop an expected graduation date based on remaining degree requirements, scheduling and prerequisite constraints, and your individual goals.
Walk-in office hours for new transfer students are scheduled during the fall transfer student orientation, which is held the Friday before fall classes start. The transfer student orientation is highly recommended. If you are not able to attend during this time or are transferring in during the spring or summer semesters, email email@example.com to schedule an in-person or phone appointment with an advisor.