What should I take before I transfer into ECE?
Advice for students planning to transfer from another college to Michigan Tech's Electrical Engineering (EE) or Computer Engineering (CpE) program:
Keep taking mathematics courses. These are important prerequisite courses and affect graduation semester. In many cases, it is better to transfer after one year (or even 11⁄2) rather than two.
It is best if you can have Calculus I and Calculus II complete by the time your transfer to Tech. If ready, take linear algebra and/or differential equations prior to Multi-variable Calculus (Calc III).
If you transfer here after two years elsewhere, you may want to start in summer and 'catch up'. Summer courses begin in early May.
Recommended courses to take before you get here:
Electrical Engineers - CH1150 and CH1151, University Chemistry. If you are not well-prepared for University Chemistry, you should take a preparatory chemistry course first. University Chemistry is a good choice math/science elective for Computer Engineers.
Electrical Engineers - CS1111 - Introduction to Programming in C/C++ Have your college C/C++ course evaluated for MTU Computer Science (CS) Department credits. This course is mostly C programming with one week of C++.
Check the Michigan Tech Transfer Equivalency System for your college courses. If they are not listed here, request a course evaluation by sending the syllabus to our Transfer Services Office at email@example.com.
You can also take anything equivalent to the following, before you get here:
What courses should I avoid taking before I transfer into ECE?
When choosing courses for general education, use this set of requirements. At least six credits of HASS must be level 3000 or higher.
Contact the ECE undergraduate advisor if you have questions: firstname.lastname@example.org, EERC 131
Computer Engineering: Liz Fujita, 906-487-1161
Electrical Engineering: Judy Burl, 906-487-2232