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The engineering faculty at UDM has for many years worked in close conjunction with other colleges and universities in providing a full-scale engineering curriculum for students from across the country. The College has articulation agreements for “2 + 2” transfer programs. A partial listing of colleges and universities is as follows:

  • Alpena Community College (Alpena, Michigan)
  • Ashland College (Ashland, Ohio)
  • Canisius College (Buffalo, New York)
  • Central Michigan University (Mt. Pleasant, Michigan)
  • Erie Community College (Buffalo, New York)
  • Gannon University (Erie, Pennsylvania)
  • Henry Ford Community College (Dearborn, Michigan)
  • Jackson Community College (Jackson, Michigan)
  • Jamestown Community College (Jamestown, New York)
  • John Carroll University (Cleveland, Ohio)
  • Macomb Community College (Warren, Michigan)
  • Madonna University (Livonia, Michigan)
  • Niagara University (Niagara Falls, New York)
  • Oakland Community College (Bloomfield Hills, Michigan)
  • Rockhurst College (Kansas City, Missouri)
  • St. Bonaventure University (St. Bonaventure, New York)
  • Schoolcraft College (Livonia, Michigan)
  • Sienna Heights University (Adrian, Michigan)
  • Wheeling College (Wheeling, West Virginia)
  • Xavier University (New Orleans, Louisiana)

The pre-engineering curricula at these institutions are designed to facilitate transfer to the cooperative education program offered by the College of Engineering & Science. Students who have successfully completed an approved UDM-equivalent academic program at any of the above affiliated colleges or universities, and are accepted for transfer, typically will receive a baccalaureate degree from UDM upon completion of 64 approved credit hours and a minimum of three approved cooperative training assignments.

An excess of credit may reduce the 64 credit hour requirement at University of Detroit Mercy by an amount up to the maximum number of credit hours allotted to the respective portions of the curriculum. For example, a student who may have completed 24 credit hours in the humanities and social sciences at the affiliated school (theology, philosophy, etc.) may be allowed the maximum of 20 credit hours towards the engineering degree at University of Detroit Mercy.

Students interested in attending any of the above-listed schools for the first part of their program should communicate directly with the pre-engineering coordinator of the college or university and seek admission there. Later acceptance by University of Detroit Mercy will depend on the quality of the academic work recorded on the transcript. Students beginning their engineering program at another institution are encouraged to contact a representative from the University of Detroit Mercy’s engineering programs to obtain answers to any questions and advice on course selection.

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