Transfer Students

Associate in Engineering (A10500) North Carolina Community College Degree Transfer Equivalency and Curriculum Map

Students with an Associate in Engineering (A.E.) from a North Carolina Community College who transfer to Campbell University’s B.S. in General Engineering program will require 3 additional years (beyond the A.E.) to complete the B.S. in General Engineering with a Minor. Below are 1) the courses from the A.E. degree which will transfer to Campbell’s Engineering degree, 2) a list of required electives for the A.E. for students planning to transfer to Campbell, 3) a curricular plan for the 3 years at Campbell, and 4) examples of minor concentrations at Campbell. Students may consult with a Campbell Engineering Advisor for information about other minors.

Transfer Courses

The following courses in the North Carolina Community College Associate in Engineering degree will transfer to Campbell’s B.S. in General Engineering:

A.E. Course Campbell Equivalent
ENG 111: Writing & Inquiry ENGL 101: Academic Writing
ENG 112: Writing/Research in the Disciplines ENGL 102: Academic Writing and Literature
ENG 231 or 232: American Literature I or II ENGL 203 or 204: American Literature I or II
ECO 251: Principles of Microeconomics ECON 201: Microeconomics
HIS 111 or HIS 112: World Civilizations I or II HIST 111 or HIST 112: Western Civilizaton 1 or 2
HIS 131 or HIS 132: American History I or II HIST/FINE ARTS or SOC/BEH SCI Elective (HIST 221 or 222)
ART 111 or MUS 131: Art Appreciation or Music Appreciation ART 131 or MUSC 131: Introduction to Art or Music Appreciation
MAT 271: Calculus I MATH 122*: Calculus I
MAT 272: Calculus II MATH 223*: Calculus II
MAT 273: Calculus III MATH 224*: Calculus III
CHM 151: General Chemistry I CHEM 111*: General Chemistry and Lab
PHY 251: General Physics I PHYS 251*: Physics I and Lab
PHY 252: General Physics II PHYS 252*^: Physics II and Lab

* These courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or higher in order to count toward the B.S. in General Engineering at Campbell.

^ This course is required for the Mechanical Engineering Concentration only (not the Chemical Engineering Concentration) at Campbell.

Required A.E. Electives

The following Additional Elective Courses are required for students completing an A.E. degree at a North Carolina Community College who wish to transfer to the B.S. of General Engineering at Campbell and complete the degree at Campbell with a minor in the 3-year time frame.

A.E. Course Campbell Equivalent
BIO 111: General Biology I BIOL 111*: Basic Biology and Lab
HIS 112 or SOC 210:
World Civilizations II or
Introduction to Sociology
HIST/FINE ARTS Elective
(HIST 112 or SOC 210)
CHM 152: General Chemistry II CHEM 113*: General Chemistry and Lab
PED 110: Fit and Well for Life PE 185: Lifetime Wellness

* These courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or higher in order to count toward the B.S. in General Engineering at Campbell.

Curricular Plan at Campbell

Curricular plans for each of the concentrations (mechanical or chemical) in the B.S. in General Engineering at Campbell are listed below, with slots for courses needed to complete a minor. The next section lists several examples of minors at Campbell which students can pursue, but students are welcome to minor in any eligible subject at Campbell, with the understanding that some minors will require more prerequisite coursework than others and hence may extend the course load and/or time to graduation. This course plan assumes that all recommended electives, listed above, have been completed as part of the A.E. degree prior to enrolling at Campbell. Note that under the current model of the articulation agreement, Campbell accepts a maximum of 64 semester hours in transfer credit from any combination of two-year agencies. Furthermore, Campbell does not accept as direct equivalents transfer courses for any courses at Campbell numbered 300 and above.

Mechanical Engineering Concentration at Campbell:

First Fall Semester First Spring Semester
  Minor Course 3   Minor Course 3
MATH 337 Differential Equations 3   Minor Course 3
ENGR 120 Engineering Design I 3 ENGR 121 Engineering Design II 3
ENGR 240 Engineering Materials & Processes 4 ENGR 260 Electrical Circuits & Lab 4
ENGR 220 Statics/Strength of Materials 3 ENGR 330 Dynamics 3
      CUW 200 Connections 0.5
Semester Total: 16.0 Semester Total: 16.5
Second Fall Semester Second Spring Semester
  Minor Course 3 ENGR 320 Fluids 3
ENGR 300 Engineering Economics 3 CHRS 125 Introduction to Christianity 3
ENGR 380 Thermodynamics 3 MECH 345 Advanced Thermodynamic Systems 3
ENGL 305 Technical Writing and Presentations 3 MECH 365 Heat Transfer 3
MECH 325 Advanced Strength & Mechanics of Materials & Lab 4 MECH 375 Machine Design 3
      CUW 200 Connections 0.5
Semester Total: 16.0 Semester Total: 15.5
Third Fall Semester Third Spring Semester
  Minor Course 3   Minor Course 3
ENGR 440 Sensors & Controls & Lab 3   Minor Course 3
ENGR 490 Senior Design I 3   Minor Course 3
ENGR 480 Lean Manufacturing 3 ENGR 460 Statistical Methods for Engineers 3
MECH 435 Manufacturing Engineering 3 ENGR 491 Senior Design II 3
      MECH 445 Modern Manufacturing Processes 3
Semester Total: 15.0 Semester Total: 18.0
Degree Total 97

Chemical Engineering Concentration at Campbell University:

First Fall Semester First Spring Semester
MATH 337 Differential Equations 3   Minor Course 3
ENGR 120 Engineering Design I 3 ENGR 260 Electrical Circuits & Lab 4
ENGR 220 Statistics/Strength of Materails 3 ENGR 121 Engineering Design II 3
CHPH 215 Mass and Energy Balances 3 CHEM 228 Organic Chemistry II 4
CHEM 227 Organic Chemistry I 4 BIOL 280 Biochemistry and Microbiology 4
CUW 200 Connections 0.5      
Semester Total: 16.5 Semester Total: 18.0
Second Fall Semester Second Spring Semester
  Minor Course 3 ENGR 320 Fluids 3
ENGR 300 Engineering Economics 3 ENGR 240 Engineering Materials & Processes 4
ENGR 380 Thermodynamics 3 CHPH 325 Thermodynamics II and Heat Transfer 3
ENGL 305 Technical Writing and Presentations 3 CHPH 345 Microbiological, Fermentation & Separation Processes 2
CHPH 315 Transport Processes 3 CHPH 350 Chemical Reaction Engineering 2
CUW 200 Connections 0.5 CHRS 125 Introduction to Christianity 3
Semester Total: 15.5 Semester Total: 17
Third Fall Semester Third Spring Semester
  Minor Course 3   Minor Course 3
  Minor Course 3   Minor Course 3
ENGR 440 Sensors & Controls & Lab 3   Minor Course 3
ENGR 490 Senior Design I 3   Minor Course 3
CHPH 445 Chemical Engineering Principles, Unit Operations & Validation 4 ENGR 460 Statistical Methods for Engineers 3
      ENGR 491 Senior Design II 3
Semester Total: 16.0 Semester Total: 18.0
Degree Total 101

Minors

The next section lists several examples of minors at Campbell which students can pursue, but students are welcome to minor in any eligible subject at Campbell, with the understanding that some minors will require more prerequisite coursework than others and hence may extend the course load and/or time to graduation. This course plan assumes that all recommended electives, listed above, have been completed as part of the A.E. degree prior to enrolling at Campbell. Note that under the current model of the articulation agreement, Campbell accepts a maximum of 64 semester hours in transfer credit from any combination of two-year agencies. Furthermore, Campbell does not accept as direct equivalents transfer courses for any courses at Campbell numbered 300 and above.

Example Minor Concentrations

Different minors require different numbers of semester hours. The curricular plans above contain slots for 7 three-hour courses. For those minors which require fewer than 21 hours or for which the B.S. in Engineering requirements overlap with minor requirements, students may not need all of those course slots. They may either take electives or elect to take a lighter course load for any course slots not used to complete minor requirements.

Business Administration (18)
ACCT 215 – Financial Accounting (3)
BADM 221 – Business Law or BADM 222 – Business Law (3)
BADM 313 – Principles of Marketing (3)
BADM 314 – Corporate Finance (3)
BAMD 331 – Principles of Management (3)
(ECON 201 – Microeconomics is part of the BS.ENGR major requirement) (3)

Management (18)
BADM 331 – Principles of Management (3)
BADM 332 – Human Resource Management (3)
BADM 236 – Business Communications and Critical Thinking (3)
BADM 468 – Strategic Management (3)
6 sch BADM 300+ level course electives

Marketing (18)
BADM 313 – Principles of Marketing (3)
BADM 441 – Retail Management (3)
BADM 442 – Advertising (3)
BAMD 445 – Marketing Research (3)
6 sch BADM 300+ level course electives

Chemistry (22)
(CHEM 111 – General Chemistry I is part of the A.E. degree) (4)
(CHEM 113 – General Chemistry II is part of the A.E. degree) (4)
CHEM 215 – Quantitative Analysis (4)
CHEM 227 – Organic Chemistry I (for mechanical concentration only) (4)
CHEM 228 – Organic Chemistry II (for mechanical concentration only) (4)
2+ sch CHEM 300+ level course elective
Courses must be completed with a “C” average or better

General Science (28)
(PHYS 251 – Physics I and Lab is part of the A.E. degree) (4)
PHYS 252 – Physics II and Lab (for chemical concentration only) (4)
(CHEM 111 – General Chemistry I is part of the A.E. degree) (4)
(CHEM 113 – General Chemistry II is part of the A.E. degree) (4)
CHEM 227 – Organic Chemistry (for mechanical concentration only) (4)
CHEM 215 – Quantitative Analysis or CHEM 228 – Organic Chemistry II (for mechanical concentration only) (4)
(BIOL 111 – Basic Biology and Lab is part of the A.E. degree) (4)
One of the following:
BIOL 201 – Cellular & Molecular Biology (4)
BIOL 202 – Botany (4)
BIOL 203 – Zoology (4)
BIOL/ENVS 204 – Introduction to Oceanography (4)
BIOL 220 – Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4)
BIOL 221 – Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology (4)
BIOL 223 – Human Anatomy and Physiology II (4)
BIOL/ENVS 224 – Vertebrate Natural History (4)
BIOL/ENVS 226 – Ornithology (4)
BIOL/ENVS 241 – Field Botany (4)

Biology (20)
(BIOL 111 – Basic Biology and Lab is part of the A.E. degree) (4)
16 sch of BIOL 200+, with a minimum of three courses with a laboratory; maximum of 8 sch from BIOL 220, 221 or 223; maximum of 4 sch from BIOL 275 or 334

Finance (18)
FIN 350 – Capital Budgeting (3)
FIN 437 – Commercial Banking (3)
FIN 439 – Investment and Security Analysis (3)
FIN 440 – Portfolio Management (3)
FIN 450 – Financial Cases (3)
FIN 426 – Real Estate Finance or FIN 438 – Commercial Lending and Credit Analysis (3)
Courses must be completed with a “C” average or better

English (21)
ENGL 300 – Literary Research & Criticism (3)
ENGL 410 – Shakespeare (3)
ENGL 409 – Chaucer or CNEL 411 – Milton (3)
Four more courses from ENGL 300-level or 400-level offerings
All English courses must have a grade of “C” or higher

Mathematics (18)
Math 122 – Calculus I (4)
Math 223 – Calculus II (4)
Math 224 – Calculus III (4)
Two additional approved courses above Math 224
Courses must be completed with a “C” average or better