2017-2018 College Catalog 
    Apr 14, 2021  
2017-2018 College Catalog [Consult with Your Academic Advisor for Your Catalog Year]

Engineering, AS for Transfer to UA BS in Mechanical Engineering

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The curriculum is designed for persons who plan to obtain an Associate of Science in Mechanical Engineering at National Park College (NPC) and transfer to the University of Arkansas (UA) to complete a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree. Students should be aware that prerequisite courses and/or developmental courses may need to be taken in addition to this suggested plan of study.

See UA program requirements below.

General Education Core - 37 Transferable Hours

61 Transferable Credit Hours

See the NPU Transfer Center Coordinator for degree and graduation information.


Remaining Courses to be Completed at UA

UA Courses - 64 Credit Hours Total

PHIL 3103 Ethics and the Professions 3 credits
ELEG 3903 Electrical Circuits and Machines 3 credits
ELEG 3933 Circuits and Electronics 3 credits
MEEG 2103 Introduction to Machine Analysis 3 credits
MEEG 2303 Engineering Materials 3 credits
MEEG 2403 Thermodynamics 3 credits
MEEG 2703 Computer Methods in Mechanical Engineering 3 credits
MEEG 3013 Mechanics of Materials 3 credits
MEEG 3113 Machine Dynamics and Controls 3 credits
MEEG 3202L Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I 2 credits
MEEG 3212L Mechanical Engineering Laboratory II 2 credits
MEEG 3503 Mechanics of Fluids 3 credits
MEEG 4104 Machine Element Design 4 credits
MEEG 4131 Creative Project Design I 1 credit
MEEG 4132 Professional Engineering Practices 2 credits
MEEG 4133 Creative Project Design II 3 credits
MEEG 4202L Mechanical Engineering Laboratory III 2 credits
MEEG 4413 Heat Transfer 3 credits
MEEG 4483 Thermal Systems Analysis and Design 3 credits
    Technical/Science Electives ((3000-4000 Level) 12 credits



A NPC student who holds an Associate of Science in Engineering with at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA will be accepted for transfer into the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering program subject to the following conditions:

  • The UAF operates under a selective admissions policy. Transferring students are subject to all procedures relative to this policy. These procedures are available on the UAF Admissions website.
  • All courses in the AS in Engineering completed with a grade of “C” or higher and required for the degree will be applied to the bachelor’s degree.

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