Delta College

If you have questions about these transfer guides or specific courses, please contact your College of Engineering and Applied Sciences academic advisor.

Transfer guides

  • Aerospace Engineering

    WMU Course

    WMU Course Title

    Credits

    Delta Substitute (Credits)

    MATH 1220

    Calculus I

    4

    MTH 161 (4)

    CHEM 1100 + 1110

    General Chemistry I

    3 + 1

    CHM 111 (5) or CHM 111H (5)

    EDMM 1420

    Engineering Graphics

    3

    DRF 107 (3) or EGR 165 (4) or EGR 166 (4)

    IEE 1020

    Technical Communication

    3

    ENG 111 (3), ENG 111A (5), ENG 111B (5), ENG 111C (5), ENG 111H (3), ENG 112 (3), ENG 112A (5), ENG 112H (3), ENG 113 (3), ENG 213 (3), OAT 151(3)

    MATH 1230

    Calculus II

    4

    MTH 162 (4)

    PHYS 2050 + 2060

    University Physics I

    4 + 1

    PHY 211 (5)

    AE 2610

    Intro to Aerospace Engineering

    3

     

    CS 1200

    Programming in C for Engineers

    3

     

    MATH 2720

    Multi-Variable Calculus

    4

    MTH 261 (4)

    PHYS 2070 + 2080

    University Physics II

    4 + 1

    PHY 212 (5)

    ME 2320

    Thermodynamics I

    3

     

    ME 2560

    Statics

    3

    EGR 215 (3)

    MATH 3740

    Differential Equations

    4

    MTH 264 (3)

    ME 2570

    Mechanics of Materials

    3

     

    ECE 2100

    Circuit Analysis I

    4

    EGR 235 (4)

    ME 2580

    Dynamics

    3

    EGR 216 (3)

    CHEM 1120 – OR –

    Chemistry II

    3

    CHM 112 (5) or CHM 112H (5)

         PHYS 3090

    Introductory Modern Physics

    4

     

    AE 3610

    Aerodynamics I

    4

     

    ME 3600

    Control Systems

    3

     

    ME 3620

    Theory of Engineering Experimentation

    3

     

    AE 3710

    Aerodynamics II

    3

     

    AE 3800

    Flight Vehicle Performance

    3

     

    ME 3350

    Instrumentation

    3

     

    AE 4700

    Orbital Mechanics

    3

     

    AE 4600

    Aircraft Stability & Control

    3

     

    AE 4630

    Aircraft Structural Design

    4

     

    AE 4660

    Aero Propulsion Systems

    4

     

    Aerospace Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    ME 4790

    Aero Engineering Project Planning

    1

     

    AE 4690

    Aircraft Design

    3

     

    AE 4760

    Space Propulsion

    3

     

    ME 4800

    Aero Engineering Project

    3

     

    Aerospace Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    Aerospace Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    Students are also required to complete the WMU Essential Studies (WES) program. See this link for an overview of the requirements: https://wmich.edu/essentialstudies

    Students should consult with their CEAS Advisor as soon as possible to see how some of the WES requirements may be covered by transfer work, especially if you will earn the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA).

    WMU Essential Studies transfer guide for Delta Community College

  • Chemical Engineering

    WMU Course

    WMU Course Title

    Credits

    Delta Substitute (Credits)

    MATH 1220

    Calculus I

    4

    MTH 161 (4)

    CHEM 1100 + 1110

    General Chemistry I

    3 + 1

    CHM 111 (5) or CHM 111H (5)

    CHEG 1010

    Intro to Chemical Engineering

    3

    CPI 210 (4)

    IEE 1020

    Technical Communication

    3

    ENG 111 (3), ENG 111A (5), ENG 111B (5), ENG 111C (5), ENG 111H (3), ENG 112 (3), ENG 112A (5), ENG 112H (3), ENG 113 (3), ENG 213 (3), OAT 151 (3)

    MATH 1230

    Calculus II

    4

    MTH 162 (4)

    PHYS 2050 + 2060

    University Physics I

    4 + 1

    PHY 211 (5)

    CHEM 1120 + 1130

    General Chemistry II

    3 + 1

    CHM 112 (5) or CHM 112H (5)

    CHEG 1810

    Chemical Engineering Computation

    2

     

    MATH 2720

    Multivariate Calculus

    4

    MTH 261 (4)

    PHYS 2070 + 2080

    University Physics II

    4 + 1

    PHY 212 (5)

    CHEG 2810

    Data Acquisition & Handling

    1

    CPI 260 (4)

    IEE 2610

    Engineering Statistics

    3

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    MATH 3740

    Differential Equations

    4

    MTH 264 (3)

    BIOS 1610

    Molecular & Cellular Biology

    4

    BIO 171 (4)

    CHEG 2611

    Environmental Engineering

    3

     

    CHEG 2960

    Material & Energy Balance

    4

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    CHEM 4300

    Physical Chemistry

    3

     

    CHEG 3110

    Unit Operations I

    3

     

    CHEG 3200

    Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

    3

     

    CHEG 3810

    Computer Modeling and Simulation

    1

     

    CHEM 3750 + 3760

    Organic Chemistry I

    3 + 1

    CHM 201+201L (4+1) or CHM 210+210L (4+1) or CHM 211+211L (4+1)

    CHEG 3120

    Unit Operations II

    3

     

    CHEG 3300

    Mass Transfer

    3

     

    CHEG 3550

    Bioprocess Engineering

    3

     

    CHEM 3770 + 3780

    Organic Chemistry II

    3 + 1

    CHM 220 (4) + CHM 220L (1),

    CHEG 4100

    Chemical Reaction Engineering

    3

     

    CHEG 4600

    Plant Economics & Project Design

    3

     

    CHEG 4830

    Process Control I

    4

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    CHEG 4810

    Unit Operations Lab: Fluid Flow, Heat & Mass Transfer

    2

     

    CHEG 4870

    Senior Design Project

    3

     

    CHEG 4400

    Safety and Hazards Mgmt

    1

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    Students are also required to complete the WMU Essential Studies (WES) program. See this link for an overview of the requirements: https://wmich.edu/essentialstudies

    Students should consult with their CEAS Advisor as soon as possible to see how some of the WES requirements may be covered by transfer work, especially if you will earn the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA).

    WMU Essential Studies transfer guide for Delta Community College

  • Civil Engineering

    WMU Course

    WMU Course Title

    Credits

    Delta Substitute (Credits)

    MATH 1220

    Calculus I

    4

    MTH 161 (4)

    GEOS 1300

    Physical Geology

    4

    GLG 111 (4)

    CCE 1001

    Intro to Engineering Design

    1

     

    IEE 1020

    Technical Communication

    3

    ENG 111 (3), ENG 111A (5), ENG 111B (5), ENG 111C (5), ENG 111H (3), ENG 112 (3), ENG 112A (5), ENG 112H (3), ENG 113 (3), ENG 213 (3), OAT 151(3)

    EDMM 1420

    Engineering Graphics

    3

    DRF 107 (3) or EGR 165 (4) or EGR 166 (4)

    MATH 1230

    Calculus II

    4

    MTH 162 (4)

    CHEM 1100 + 1110

    General Chemistry I

    3 + 1

    CHM 111 (5) or CHM 111H (5)

    PHYS 2050 + 2060

    University Physics I

    4 + 1

    PHY 211 (5)

    CS 1200

    Programming in C

    3

    CST 180 (4)

    CCE 1002

    Intro to Engineering Analysis

    1

     

    MATH 2720

    Multivariate Calculus

    4

    MTH 261 (4)

    PHYS 2070 + 2080

    University Physics II

    4 + 1

    PHY 212 (5)

    CCE 2360

    Geomatics

    3

     

    IEE 2610

    Engineering Statistics

    3

     

    ME 2560

    Statics

    3

    EGR 215 (3)

    MATH 3740

    Differential Equations

    4

    MTH 264 (3)

    CHEG 2611

    Environmental Engineering

    3

     

    ME 2580

    Dynamics

    3

    EGR 216 (3)

    ME 2570

    Mechanics of Materials

    3

     

    CCE 3360

    Soil Mechanics

    3

     

    IEE 3100

    Engineering Economy

    3

     

    ME 3560

    Fluid Mechanics

    3

     

    CCE 3080

    Civil & Constr. Engr. Materials

    3

     

    CCE 3300

    Transportation Engineering

    3

     

    CCE 3330

    Construction Codes & Specs

    3

     

    CCE 3860

    Structural Analysis

    3

     

    CCE 4300

    Traffic Design

    3

     

    CCE 4400

    Intro to Structural Design

    3

     

    CCE 4830

    Project Design & Control

    1

     

    CCE Construction Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    CCE Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    CCE 4561

    Foundation & Earth-Retaining Structure Design

    3

     

    CCE Structural Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    CCE 4850

    Senior Project

    3

     

    CCE Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    Students are also required to complete the WMU Essential Studies (WES) program. See this link for an overview of the requirements: https://wmich.edu/essentialstudies

    Students should consult with their CEAS Advisor as soon as possible to see how some of the WES requirements may be covered by transfer work, especially if you will earn the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA).

    WMU Essential Studies transfer guide for Delta Community College

  • Computer Engineering

    WMU Course

    WMU Course Title

    Credits

    Delta Substitute (Credits)

    MATH 1220

    Calculus I

    4

    MTH 161 (4)

    CHEM 1100/1110

    General Chemistry I

    3+1

    CHM 111 (5) or CHM 111H (5)

    ECE 2500

    Digital Logic

    3

     

    IEE 1020

    Technical Communication

    3

    ENG 111 (3), ENG 111A (5), ENG 111B (5), ENG 111C (5), ENG 111H (3), ENG 112 (3), ENG 112A (5), ENG 112H (3), ENG 113 (3), ENG 213 (3), OAT 151(3)

    MATH 1230

    Calculus II

    4

    MTH 162 (4)

    PHYS 2050/2060

    University Physics I

    4+1

    PHY 211 (5)

    CS 1110

    Computer Science I

    4

    CST 180 (4)

    MATH 2720

    Multi-Variable Calculus

    4

    MTH 261 (4)

    PHYS 2070/2080

    University Physics II

    4+1

    PHY 212 (5)

    CS 1120

    Computer Science II

    4

    CST 280 (4)

    ECE 2510

    Intro to Microprocessors

    4

     

    MATH 1450

    Discrete Math Structures

    3

    MTH 260 (3)

    MATH 3740

    Differential Equations

    4

    MTH 264 (3)

    ECE 2100

    Circuit Analysis

    4

    EGR 235 (4)

    ECE 4570

    Computer Architecture

    3

     

    ECE 2210

    Electronics

    4

     

    ECE 3100

    Network Analysis

    3

     

    CS 3310

    Data & File Structures

    3

     

    ECE 4525

    Digital Design

    4

     

    IEE 3100

    Engineering Economy

    3

     

    ECE 3710

    Linear Systems

    3

     

    ECE 3800

    Signal & System Analysis

    3

     

    ECE 4510

    Micro controller Applications

    4

     

    IEE 3160

    Report Preparation

    3

     

    ECE 4810

    Electrical Design I

    2

     

    Engineering Science Elective

    **See advisor for approved list**

     

     

    ECE/CS Elective

    **See advisor for approved list**

     

     

    ECE/CS Elective

    **See advisor for approved list**

     

     

    ECE 4820

    Electrical Design II

    3

     

    Computer Science Elective

    **See advisor for approved list**

     

     

    ECE/CS Elective

    **See advisor for approved list**

     

     

    ECE/CS Elective

    **See advisor for approved list**

     

      

    Students are also required to complete the WMU Essential Studies (WES) program. See this link for an overview of the requirements: https://wmich.edu/essentialstudies

    Students should consult with their CEAS Advisor as soon as possible to see how some of the WES requirements may be covered by transfer work, especially if you will earn the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA).

    WMU Essential Studies transfer guide for Delta Community College

  • Computer Science

    WMU Course

    WMU Course Title

    Credits

    Delta Substitute (Credits)

    CS 1110

    Computer Science I

    4

    CST 180 (4)

    MATH 1220

    Calculus I

    4

    MTH 161 (4)

    IEE 1020

    Technical Communication

    3

    ENG 111 (3), ENG 111A (5), ENG 111B (5), ENG 111C (5), ENG 111H (3), ENG 112 (3), ENG 112A (5), ENG 112H (3), ENG 113 (3), ENG 213 (3), OAT 151(3)

    PHIL 3160

    Ethics in Engineering Technology

    3

     

    CS 1120

    Computer Science II

    4

    CST 280 (4),

    STAT 2600

    Statistics Using R

    4

     

    ECE 2500

    Digital Logic

    3

     

    CS 1210

    Intro to C

    1

     

    CS 1310

    Foundations of Computer Science

    4

     

    CS 3500

    Web Technologies

    3

     

    CS 4430

    Database Management Systems

    3

     

    COM 1040

    Public Speaking

    3

    COM 112C (3), COM 112H (3), COM 112 (3)

    CS 3550

    Network Fundamentals

    3

     

    CS 3310

    Data & File Structures

    3

     

    CS 2230

    Computer Organization & Assembly Language

    3

     

    MATH 2300

    Linear Algebra

    4

    MTH 263 (3)

    CS 4610

    Reusable Software Architectures

    3

     

    CS 4310

    Design & Analysis of Algorithms

    3

     

    CS 3240

    System Programming Concepts

    3

     

    Approved Math/Stat/ Lab Science Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    4

     

    Required Lab Science:

    (Choose 1 of 4 below)

     

     

           CHEM 1100+1110

    General Chemistry I

    3 + 1

    CHM 111 (5) or CHM 111H (5)

      -or- GEOS 1300

    Physical Geology

    4

    GLG 111 (4)

      -or- PHYS 2050+2060

    University Physics I

    4 + 1

    PHY 211 (5)

      -or- BIOS 1610

    Molecular & Cellular Biology

    4

    BIO 171 (4)

    CS 4850

    Foundations of Programming Languages

    3

     

    CS 4540

    Operating Systems

    3

     

    Approved Math/Stat/ Lab Science Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    4

     

    CS 4900

    Software Systems Development I

    3

     

    Approved Math/Stat/ Lab Science Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    4

     

    Approved CS Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    CS 4910

    Software Systems Development II

    2

     

    Approved CS Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    Free Electives

    See advisor for options

    9

     

    Students are also required to complete the WMU Essential Studies (WES) program. See this link for an overview of the requirements: https://wmich.edu/essentialstudies

    Students should consult with their CEAS Advisor as soon as possible to see how some of the WES requirements may be covered by transfer work, especially if you will earn the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA).

    WMU Essential Studies transfer guide for Delta Community College

  • Construction Engineering

    WMU Course

    WMU Course Title

    Credits

    Delta Substitute (Credits)

    MATH 1220

    Calculus I

    4

    MTH 161 (4)

    GEOS 1300

    Physical Geology

    4

    GLG 111 (4)

    CCE 1001

    Intro to Engineering Design

    1

     

    IEE 1020

    Technical Communication

    3

    ENG 111 (3), ENG 111A (5), ENG 111B (5), ENG 111C (5), ENG 111H (3), ENG 112 (3), ENG 112A (5), ENG 112H (3), ENG 113 (3), ENG 213 (3), OAT 151 (3)

    EDMM 1420

    Engineering Graphics

    3

    DRF 107 (3) or EGR 165 (4) or EGR 166 (4)

    MATH 1230

    Calculus II

    4

    MTH 162 (4)

    PHYS 2050 + 2060

    University Physics I

    4 + 1

    PHY 211 (5)

    CHEM 1100 + 1110

    General Chemistry I

    3 + 1

    CHM 111 (5) or CHM 111H (5)

    CS 1200

    Programming in C

    3

    CST 180 (4)

    CCE 1002

    Intro to Engineering Analysis

    1

     

    MATH 2720

    Multivariate Calculus

    4

    MTH 261 (4)

    PHYS 2070 + 2080

    University Physics II

    4 + 1

    PHY 212 (5)

    CCE 2360

    Geomatics

    3

     

    IEE 2610

    Engineering Statistics

    3

     

    ME 2560

    Statics

    3

    EGR 215 (3)

    MATH 3740

    Differential Equations

    4

    MTH 264 (3)

    ME 2570

    Mechanics of Materials

    3

     

    ME 2580

    Dynamics

    3

    EGR 216 (3)

    MGMT 2500

    Organizational Behavior

    3

     

    CCE 3360

    Soil Mechanics

    3

     

    IEE 3100

    Engineering Economy

    3

     

    ME 3560

    Fluid Mechanics

    3

     

    CCE 3080

    Civil & Constr. Engr. Materials

    3

     

    CCE 3330

    Construction Codes & Specs

    3

     

    CCE 3860

    Structural Analysis

    3

     

    CCE Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    CCE Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    CCE 4310

    Planning & Scheduling

    3

     

    CCE 4360

    Estimating, Bids & Cost Control

    3

     

    CCE 4830

    Project Design & Control

    1

     

    CCE 4400

    Intro to Structural Design

    3

     

    ACTY 2100

    Accounting Principles

    3

    ACC 211 (4)

    CCE 4380

    Project Management

    3

     

    CCE 4850

    Senior Project

    3

     

    FIN 3200

    Business Finance

    3

     

    Students are also required to complete the WMU Essential Studies (WES) program. See this link for an overview of the requirements: https://wmich.edu/essentialstudies

    Students should consult with their CEAS Advisor as soon as possible to see how some of the WES requirements may be covered by transfer work, especially if you will earn the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA).

    WMU Essential Studies transfer guide for Delta Community College

  • Electrical Engineering

    WMU Course

    WMU Course Title

    Credits

    Delta Substitute (Credits)

    MATH 1220

    Calculus I

    4

    MTH 161 (4)

    CHEM 1100/1110

    General Chemistry I

    3+1

    CHM 111 (5) or CHM 111H (5)

    IEE 1020

    Technical Communication

    3

    ENG 111 (3), ENG 111A (5), ENG 111B (5), ENG 111C (5), ENG 111H (3), ENG 112 (3), ENG 112A (5), ENG 112H (3), ENG 113 (3), ENG 213 (3), OAT 151(3)

    ECE 2500

    Digital Logic

    3

     

    MATH 1230

    Calculus II

    4

    MTH 162 (4)

    PHYS 2050/2060

    University Physics I

    4+1

    PHY 211 (5)

    CS 1200

    Programming in C

    3

     

    -OR- CS 1110

    Computer Science I

    4

    CST 180 (4)

    MATH 2720

    Multivariate Calculus

    4

    MTH 261 (4)

    PHYS 2070/2080

    University Physics II

    4+1

    PHY 212 (5)

    ECE 2510

    Intro to Microprocessors

    4

     

    MATH 3740

    Differential Equations

    4

    MTH 264 (3)

    ECE 2100

    Circuit Analysis

    4

    EGR 235 (4)

    CHEM 1120/1130

    General Chemistry II

    3+1

    CHM 112 (5) or CHM 112H (5)

    -OR- PHYS 3090/3100

    Introductory to Modern Physics

    4+1

     

    ECE 2210

    Electronics

    4

     

    ECE 3100

    Network Analysis

    3

     

    ECE 3610

    Electromagnetic Fields

    4

     

    Engineering Science Elective

    **See advisor for approved list**

     

     

    ECE 3200

    Electronics II

    4

     

    ECE 3710

    Linear Systems

    3

     

    ECE 3800

    Probabilistic Methods

    3

     

    IEE 3160

    Report Preparation

    3

     

    Engineering Science Elective

    **See advisor for approved list**

     

     

    ECE 4810

    Electrical Engineering Design I

    2

     

    ECE 3300

    Electrical Machinery

    4

     

    IEE 3100

    Engineering Economy

    3

     

    ECE Elective

    **See advisor for approved list**

     

     

    Engineering Science Elective

    **See advisor for approved list**

     

     

    ECE 4820

    Electrical Engineering Design II

    3

     

    ECE Elective

    **See advisor for approved list**

     

     

    ECE Elective

    **See advisor for approved list**

     

     

    Engineering Science Elective

    **See advisor for approved list**

     

      

    Students are also required to complete the WMU Essential Studies (WES) program. See this link for an overview of the requirements: https://wmich.edu/essentialstudies

    Students should consult with their CEAS Advisor as soon as possible to see how some of the WES requirements may be covered by transfer work, especially if you will earn the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA).

    WMU Essential Studies transfer guide for Delta Community College

  • Engineering Design Technology

    WMU Course

    WMU Course Title

    Credits

    Delta Substitute (Credits)

    MATH 1220

    Calculus 1

    4

    MTH 161 (4)

    IEE 1020

    Technical Communication

    3

    ENG 111 (3), ENG 111A (5), ENG 111B (5), ENG 111C (5), ENG 111H (3), ENG 112 (3), ENG 112A (5), ENG 112H (3), ENG 113 (3), ENG 213 (3),OAT 151 (3)

    EDMM 1420

    Engineering Graphics

    3

    DRF 107 (3), EGR 165 (4),or EGR 166 (4)

    EDMM 1430

    Product Design Fund.

    3

     

    EDMM 1500

    Intro to Manufacturing

    3

    MFG 111 (3) or MIT 111 (3)

    CHEM 1100 + 1110

    General Chemistry 1

    3 + 1

    CHM 111 (5) or CHM 111H (5)

    MATH 1230

    Calculus 2

    4

    MTH 162 (4)

    EDMM 1440

    Descriptive Geometry

    3

    DRF 256 (3)

    PHYS 1130 + 1140

    General Physics 1

    4 + 1

    PHY 111 (4)

    EDMM 2460

    Intro to Computer-Aided Design

    3

     

    IEE 2610

    Engineering Statistics

    3

     

    PHYS 1150 + 1160

    General Physics 2

    4 + 1

    PHY 112 (4)

    CS 1021

    Intro. To Engr. Computation I: Spreadsheets

    1

     

    CS 1023

    Intro. To Engr. Computation III: Computer Programming

    1

     

    EDMM 2540

    Machining Processes

    3

     

    EDMM 2001

    Applied Electricity & Electronics

    3

     

    EDMM 2500

    Plastics Properties & Processing

    3

     

    EDMM 2810

    Statics and Strength of Materials

    4

     

    EDMM 3020

    Engr. Teams: Theory & Practice

    3

     

    ME 2500 – OR -

    Material Science

    3

     

         EDMM 2560

    Properties of Materials

    3

     

    EDMM 2830

    Thermodynamics

    2

     

    EDMM 3460

    Programming for Computer-Aided Design

    3

     

    EDMM 3480

    Design for Production

    3

     

    EDMM 3540

    Metrology

    3

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    EDMM 3200

    Engineering Cost Analysis

    3

     

    EDMM 3440

    Product and  Machine Design

    3

     

    EDMM 3460

    Programming for Computer-Aided Design

    3

     

    EDMM 4460

    CAD Applications

    3

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    EDMM 4480

    Advanced Computer-Aided Analysis

    3

     

    EDMM 4490

    Advanced Product and Systems Design

    3

     

    EDMM 4910

    Multidisciplinary Senior Proposal

    2

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    EDMM 4920

    Multidisciplinary Senior Project

    2

     

    EDMM 4930

    Multidisciplinary Senior Project Consultation

    1

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    Students are also required to complete the WMU Essential Studies (WES) program. See this link for an overview of the requirements: https://wmich.edu/essentialstudies

    Students should consult with their CEAS Advisor as soon as possible to see how some of the WES requirements may be covered by transfer work, especially if you will earn the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA).

    WMU Essential Studies transfer guide for Delta Community College

  • Engineering Management Technology

    WMU Course

    WMU Course Title

    Credits

    Delta Substitute (Credits)

    MATH 1180

    Pre-Calculus

    4

    MTH 151 (4)

    IEE 1020

    Technical Communication

    3

    ENG 111 (3) or ENG 111A (5) or ENG 111B (5) or ENG 111C (5) or ENG 111H (3) or ENG 112 (3) or ENG 112A (5) or ENG 112H (3) or ENG 113 (3) or ENG 213 (3) or OAT 151 (3)

    EDMM 1420

    Engineering Graphics

    3

    DRF 107 (3), EGR 165 (4), or EGR 166 (4)

    EDMM 1500

    Intro to Manufacturing

    3

     

    MATH 1220

    Calculus I

    4

    MTH 161 (4)

    CHEM 1100 + 1110

    General Chemistry I

    3 + 1

    CHM 111 (5) or CHM 111H (5)

    PHYS 1130 + 1140

    General Physics I

    4 + 1

    PHY 111 (4)

    CS 1021

    Intro. Engr. Comp. I: Spreadsheets

    1

     

    CS 1023

    Intro. Engr. Comp. III: Programming

    1

     

    PHYS 1150 + 1160

    General Physics II

    4 + 1

    PHY 112 (4)

    IEE 2610

    Engineering Statistics

    3

     

    ACTY 2100

    Principles of Accounting I

    3

    ACC 211 (4)

    ECON 2010

    Principles of Microeconomics

    3

    ECN 222 (4)

    EDMM 2460

    Introduction to Computer-Aided Design

    3

     

    EDMM 2001

    Applied Electricity & Electronics

    3

     

    EDMM 2810

    Statics & Strength of Materials

    4

     

    EDMM 2560  -OR-

    Properties of Materials

    3

     

          ME 2500

    Materials Science

    3

     

    EDMM 3020

    Engr. Teams: Theory & Practice

    3

     

    EDMM 3050

    Work Analysis

    3

     

    EDMM 3150

    Work Analysis and Design Lab

    1

     

    IEE 3160

    Report Preparation

    3

     

    EDMM 3200

    Engineering Cost Analysis

    3

     

    Approved Technical Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    EDMM 3120

    Systems Decision Making

    3

     

    EDMM 3260

    Operations and Planning Control

    3

     

    EDMM 3280

    Quality Assurance and Control

    3

     

    EDMM 4850

    Manufacturing Productivity Technology

    3

     

    Approved Technical Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    EDMM 4020

    Supervision of Industrial Operations

    3

     

    EDMM 4120

    Industrial Systems Management

    3

     

    EDMM 4910

    Multidisciplinary Senior Proposal

    2

     

    Approved Technical Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    Approved Technical Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    EDMM 4040

    Plant Layout & Material Handling

    4

     

    EDMM 4920

    Multidisciplinary Senior Project

    2

     

    EDMM 4930

    Multidisciplinary Senior Project Consultation

    1

     

    Approved Technical Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    Students are also required to complete the WMU Essential Studies (WES) program. See this link for an overview of the requirements: https://wmich.edu/essentialstudies

    Students should consult with their CEAS Advisor as soon as possible to see how some of the WES requirements may be covered by transfer work, especially if you will earn the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA).

    WMU Essential Studies transfer guide for Delta Community College

  • Industrial and Entrepreneurial Engineering

    WMU Course

    WMU Course Title

    Credits

    Delta Substitute (Credits)

    MATH 1220

    Calculus I

    4

    MTH 161 (4)

    CHEM 1100 + 1110

    General Chemistry I

    3 + 1

    CHM 111 (5) or CHM 111H (5)

    IEE 1020

    Technical Communication

    3

    ENG 111 (3) or ENG 111A (5) or ENG 111B (5) or ENG 111C (5) or ENG 111H (3) or ENG 112 (3) or ENG 112A (5) or ENG 112H (3) or ENG 113 (3) or ENG 213 (3) or OAT 151 (3)

    EDMM 1420

    Engineering Graphics

    3

    DRF 107 (3), EGR 165 (4), EGR 166 (4)

    MATH 1230

    Calculus II

    4

    MTH 162 (4)

    PHYS 2050 + 2060

    University Physics I

    4 + 1

    PHY 211 (4)

    IEE 2010

    Entrepreneurial Engineering I: Cost & Financial Analysis

    3

     

    MATH 2720

    Multivariate Calculus

    4

    MTH 261 (4)

    PHYS 2070 + 2080

    University Physics II

    4 + 1

    PHY 212 (4)

    IEE 2610

    Engineering Statistics

    3

     

    ME 2560

    Statics

    3

    EGR 215 (3)

    IEE 2050

    Work Design

    4

     

    IEE 2621

    Probability for Engineers

    2

     

    IEE 2622

    Statistical Quality Control

    2

     

    Minor Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    MATH 3740

    Differential Equations

    4

    MTH 264 (3)

    IEE 3010

    Entrepreneurial Engineering II: Product & Service Design

    3

     

    IEE 3100

    Engineering Economy

    3

     

    IEE 3160

    Report Preparation

    3

     

    Minor Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    IEE 3110

    Intro to Operations Research

    3

     

    IEE 3300

    Simulation Modeling Analysis

    3

     

    IEE 3420

    Ergonomics and Design

    3

     

    ECE 2100

    Circuit Analysis

    4

    EGR 235 (4)

    Minor Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    IEE 4010

    Entrepreneurial Engineering III: Facilities Planning & Logistics

    3

     

    IEE 4160

    Operations Control in Industry

    4

     

    IEE 4190

    IE Senior Design

    1

     

    Approved Technical Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    Minor Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    IEE 4190

    IE Senior Design

    3

     

    IEE 2990

    Internship/International Studies

    3

     

    Approved Technical Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    Minor Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

      

    Students are also required to complete the WMU Essential Studies (WES) program. See this link for an overview of the requirements: https://wmich.edu/essentialstudies

    Students should consult with their CEAS Advisor as soon as possible to see how some of the WES requirements may be covered by transfer work, especially if you will earn the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA).

    WMU Essential Studies transfer guide for Delta Community College

  • Manufacturing Engineering Technology

    WMU Course

    WMU Course Title

    Credits

    Delta Substitute (Credits)

    MATH 1180

    Pre-Calculus

    4

    MTH 151 (4)

    IEE 1020

    Technical Communication

    3

    ENG 111 (3) or ENG 111A (5) or ENG 111B (5) or ENG 111C (5) or ENG 111H (3) or ENG 112 (3) or ENG 112A (5) or ENG 112H (3) or ENG 113 (3) or ENG 213 (3) or OAT 151 (3)

    EDMM 1420

    Engineering Graphics

    3

    DRF 107 (3), EGR 165 (3) or EGR 166 (3)

    EDMM 1500

    Introduction to Manufacturing

    3

     

    MATH 1220

    Calculus I

    4

    MTH 161 (4)

    CHEM 1100 + 1110

    General Chemistry I

    3 + 1

    CHM 111 (5) or CHM 111H (5)

    PHYS 1130 + 1140

    General Physics I

    4 + 1

    PHY 111 (4)

    PHYS 1150 + 1160

    General Physics II

    4 + 1

    PHY 112 (4)

    EDMM 2460

    Intro to Computer-Aided Design

    3

     

    IEE 2610

    Engineering Statistics

    3

     

    CS 1021

    Intro. Engr. Comp. I: Spreadsheets

    1

     

    EDMM 2540

    Machining Processes

    3

     

    EDMM 2830

    Thermodynamics

    2

     

    EDMM 2001

    Applied Electricity & Electronics

    3

     

    EDMM 2500

    Plastics Properties and Processing

    3

     

    EDMM 2810

    Statics and Strength of Materials

    4

     

    EDMM 3020

    Engr. Teams: Theory & Practice

    3

     

    EDMM 2560 - OR -

    Properties of Materials

    3

     

         ME 2500

    Material Science

    3

     

    EDMM 3480

    Designing for Production

    3

     

    EDMM 3520

    Metal Casting

    3

     

    EDMM 3540

    Metrology

    3

     

    EDMM 3840

    Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics

    3

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    EDMM 3260

    Operations Planning & Control

    3

     

    EDMM 3280

    Quality Assurance & Control

    3

     

    EDMM 3580

    Computer-Aided Manufacturing

    3

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    EDMM 3200

    Engineering Cost Analysis

    3

     

    EDMM 4540

    Fabrication, Assembly, Finishing

    3

     

    EDMM 4580

    Manufacturing Systems Integration

    3

     

    EDMM 4910

    Multidisciplinary Senior Proposal

    2

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    EDMM 4020

    Supervision of Industrial Operations

    3

     

    EDMM 4570

    Manufacturing for Sustainability

    2

     

    EDMM 4920

    Multidisciplinary Senior Project

    2

     

    EDMM 4930

    Multidisciplinary Senior Project Consultation

    1

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    Students are also required to complete the WMU Essential Studies (WES) program. See this link for an overview of the requirements: https://wmich.edu/essentialstudies

    Students should consult with their CEAS Advisor as soon as possible to see how some of the WES requirements may be covered by transfer work, especially if you will earn the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA).

    WMU Essential Studies transfer guide for Delta Community College

  • Mechanical Engineering

    WMU Course

    WMU Course Title

    Credits

    Delta Substitute (Credits)

    MATH 1220

    Calculus I

    4

    MTH 161 (4)

    CHEM 1100 + 1110

    General Chemistry I

    3 + 1

    CHM 111 (5) or CHM 111H (5)

    IEE 1020

    Technical Communication

    3

    ENG 111 (3) or ENG 111A (5) or ENG 111B (5) or ENG 111C (5) or ENG 111H (3) or ENG 112 (3) or ENG 112A (5) or ENG 112H (3) or ENG 113 (3) or ENG 213 (3) or OAT 151 (3)

    EDMM 1420

    Engineering Graphics

    3

    DRF 107 (3), EGR 165 (4), or EGR 166 (4)

    MATH 1230

    Calculus II

    4

    MTH 162 (4)

    PHYS 2050 + 2060

    University Physics I

    4 + 1

    PHY 211 (5)

    CS 1200

    Programming in C

    3

    CST 180 (4)

    ME 2615

    Introduction to Mechanical Engineering

    3

     

    MATH 2720

    Multivariate Calculus

    4

    MTH 261 (4)

    PHYS 2070 + 2080

    University Physics II

    4 + 1

    PHY 212 (5)

    ME 2320

    Thermodynamics

    3

     

    ME 2560

    Statics

    3

    EGR 215 (3) or PHY 215 (3)

    MATH 3740

    Differential Equations

    4

     

    ME 2500

    Material Science

    3

     

    ME 2570

    Mechanics of Materials

    3

     

    ECE 2100

    Circuit Analysis I

    4

     

    ME 2580

    Dynamics

    3

    EGR 216 (3)

    ME 3560

    Fluid Mechanics

    3

     

    ME 3580

    Mechanism Analysis

    3

     

    ME 3620

    Engineering Experimentation

    3

     

    CHEM 1120 + 1130 or

    PHYS 3090 + 3100

    Chemistry II or

    Modern Physics

    3 + 1

    4 + 1

    CHM 112 (5) or CHM 112 (5)

    ME 3650

    Machine Design I

    3

     

    ME 3350

    Instrumentation

    3

     

    ME 3600

    Control Systems

    3

     

    ME 4310

    Heat Transfer

    3

     

    ME 4320

    Thermodynamics II

    3 or 4

     

    ECE 2110

    Machine & Electronics Circuits

    3

     

    ME 4790

    Mechanical Eng. Project Planning

    1

     

    ME Design Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    ME Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    ME Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    IEE 3090

    Engineering Economy

    2

     

    ME 4800

    Mechanical Eng. Project

    3

     

    ME Design Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3 or 4

     

    ME Elective

    See advisor for approved list

    3

     

    Students are also required to complete the WMU Essential Studies (WES) program. See this link for an overview of the requirements: https://wmich.edu/essentialstudies

    Students should consult with their CEAS Advisor as soon as possible to see how some of the WES requirements may be covered by transfer work, especially if you will earn the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA).

    WMU Essential Studies transfer guide for Delta Community College

  • Paper Engineering

    WMU Course

    WMU Course Title

    Credits

    Delta Substitute (Credits)

    MATH 1220

    Calculus I

    4

    MTH 161 (4)

    CHEM 1100 + 1110

    General Chemistry I

    3 + 1

    CHM 111 (5) or CHM 111H (5)

    IEE 1020

    Technical Communication

    3

    ENG 111 (3) or ENG 111A (5) or ENG 111B (5) or ENG 111C (5) or ENG 111H (3) or ENG 112 (3) or ENG 112A (5) or ENG 112H (3) or ENG 113 (3) or ENG 213 (3) or OAT 151 (3)

    PAPR 1000

    Intro to Pulp and Paper Manufacturing

    3

     

    MATH 1230

    Calculus II

    4

    MTH 162 (4)

    CHEM 1120 + 1130

    General Chemistry II

    3 + 1

    CHM 112 (5) or CHM 112H (5)

    CHEG 1810

    Intro. To Eng. Comp.

    2

     

    PAPR 2040

    Stock Prep & Papermaking

    4

     

    CHEM 3750 + 3760

    Organic Chemistry I

    3 + 1

    CHM 201+201L (4+1) or CHM 210+210L (4+1) or CHM 211+211L (4+1)

    PHYS 2050 + 2060

    University Physics I

    4 + 1

    PHY 211 (5)

    IEE 2610

    Engineering Statistics

    3

     

    PAPR 2550

    Paper Physics Fundamentals

    4

     

    MATH 2720

    Multivariate Calculus

    4

    MTH 261 (4)

    PHYS 2070 + 2080

    University Physics II

    4 + 1

    PHY 212 (5)

    CHEG 2960

    Material and Energy Balance

    4

     

    CHEG 2611

    Environmental Engineering

    3

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    CHEG 3110

    Unit Operations in Chemical Engineering

    3

     

    PAPR 3030

    Pulping and Bleaching

    4

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    MATH 3740

    Differential Equations

    4

    MTH 264 (3)

    CHEG 3120

    Unit Operations II

    3

     

    PAPR 3330

    Carbohydrate & Lignin Chem.

    3

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    CHEM 4300

    Physical Chemistry I

    3

     

    CHEG 4830

    Process Control I

    4

     

    PAPR 4600

    Plant Economics and Project Design

    3

     

    PAPR 4400

    Seminar

    1

     

    PAPR 4850

    Research Design

    3

     

    CHP 3100

    Work Experience

    1

     

    PAPR 4300

    Surface and Wet End Science

    3

     

    CHEG/GPS 4400

    Seminar

    1

     

    PAPR 4860

    Independent Research

    3

     

    CHEG 4811

    Unit Operations Lab

    1

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    Approved Elective

    See advisor for approved list

     

     

    Students are also required to complete the WMU Essential Studies (WES) program. See this link for an overview of the requirements: https://wmich.edu/essentialstudies

    Students should consult with their CEAS Advisor as soon as possible to see how some of the WES requirements may be covered by transfer work, especially if you will earn the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA).

    WMU Essential Studies transfer guide for Delta Community College