LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Curriculum: Engineering, University of Detroit Mercy
Curriculum Code: 0487
Code Title Credits Offered
REQUIREMENTS Total: 52 Credits
CHEM 151 General Chemistry Lecture I 4 ALL
CHEM 152 General Chemistry Lecture II (See Note 6) 3 ALL
CHEM 161 General Chemistry Lab I 1 ALL
CPSC 230 Algorithms and Computing w/C++ 4 ALL
MATH 151 Calculus I 4 ALL
MATH 152 Calculus II 4 ALL
MATH 253 Calculus III 4 ALL
MATH 254 Intro to Differential Equation 4 ALL
MATH 260 Linear Algebra 4 SP
PHIL 153 Knowledge and Reality 4 F,SP
PHYS 251 Physics I 5 F,SP
PHYS 252 Physics II 5 F,SP
SPCH 130 Fund Public Speaking 3 ALL
WRIT 124 Technical Writing 3 ALL
LIMITED CHOICE REQUIREMENTS Total: 22-28 Credits
Complete the indicated number of credits from each CHOICE listed below.
CHOICE 1: Core Curriculum Requirements 19-24 Credits (See Note 2)
Objective I (Select either ENGL/WRIT 122) 4
Objective IV (One course each from options B & C) 8
Objective V (See Note 7) 9-12
CHOICE 2: Engineering Major 3-4 Credits
CIVL 124 Route Survey 4 SP
ENVR 131 Industrial Process Safety 3 SP
TOTAL CREDITS 74
1. This transfer guide represents an Articulation (partnership) Agreement
between Lansing Community College (LCC) and the University of Detroit Mercy
(UDM). This agreement facilitates the transfer of LCC courses into a UDM
Engineering program (Civil/Environmental, Electrical/Computer, Manufacturing,
or Mechanical). Students may transfer a maximum of 63 credits. Because this
guide offers more then the maximum number of transfer credits, students are
strongly encouraged to work with a UDM advisor when making course selections.
This articulated agreement will be reviewed Fall 2015.
2. See the University of Detroit Mercy Core Curriculum Requirements guide for
transferable Lansing Community College Courses. Depending on the specific
degree chosen, general education requirements can vary.
3. Entrance Requirements: 2.5 GPA based on at least 24 semester hours of credit.
If less than 24 credits have been taken, a high school transcript is required.
4. The Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering undergraduate engineering
majors are accredited by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and
5. The required Cooperative Education (Co-op) programs provide the opportunity
to alternate academic study at the University with terms of paid training in
business, industry, and government. In order to determine when you may begin
the cooperative education program, contact Carolyn Rimle (see below).
6. CHEM 152 is not required by the Electrical/Computer Engineering program. This
or another science course may be used to fulfill the requirement for Mechanical
and Manufacturing Engineering - consult with UDM advisor.
7. Select up to three courses from the following list. One course must address
"comparative experiences" or come from a foreign language department. ANTH
270-276; ARCH 141,142; ECON 260; ENGL 201-205,211-240,255-290; GEOG 200;
HIST 150-263,271; HUMS 125-260; MUSC 240,241; POLS 260; SOCL 185,260;
SPCH 280; THEA 110,210; or one course from a foreign language may be used.
Contact Carolyn Rimle (see below) for exceptions or clarifications.
8. Students seeking an LCC associate degree must fulfill specific graduation
requirements. See the LCC Catalog for details.
9. This transfer guide requires basic skill levels in mathematics, reading, and
writing. To determine accurate course placement, students should take the
Computerized Placement Tests in the LCC Assessment Center (GB 200) prior to
registration. For testing hours call (517) 267-5500.
For further information and advising, contact Carolyn Rimle, Co-Director/Transfer
Credit & Degree Audit, at (313) 993-1530 or email@example.com; or the University
of Detroit Mercy Admissions Office, (800) 635-5020/(313) 993-1245; or by email at
VISIT THE UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT MERCY WEBSITE AT www.udmercy.edu.
Effective from Fall 2013 through Summer 2014