Industrial, Computing & Engineering Technologies
Articulation Agreement: Electrical Construction & Maintenance with Hudson Valley Community College

Requirements

Students who transfer to Penn College are responsible for meeting all graduation requirements of their chosen degrees, including the established minimums that dictate the number of credits that must be completed at Penn College.

Course Transfer Equivalencies

General Education Courses

These courses are evaluated individually and must be completed with a grade of ‘C’ of better.

Hudson Valley Community College Penn College
  Total Credits: 21   Total Credits: 20
Course Number Course Title Credits Course Number Course Title Credits
FORM 101 College Forum 1 FYE 101 First Year Experience
(Requirement Waived)
1
CMPT 101 Personal Computer Concepts * 3 CSC 124 Information, Technology & Society 3
MATH 150 College Algebra & Trigonometry I * 3 MTH 180 College Algebra & Trigonometry I 3
ENGL 101 English Composition I * 3 ENL 111 English Composition I 3
  Fitness Elective * 1 FIT Fitness Elective 1
HIST 100 Western Civilization & the World * 3 HUM Humanities Elective 3
PHS 115 Physics * 4 PHS 103 Physics Survey 3
ENGL 102 English Composition II * 3 ENL 201 Technical & Professional Communication 3

* Courses that are not part of HVCC's A.O.S. major

This scenario assumes that the student will opt to complete MATH 150 rather than the MATH 105 and MATH 106 courses that are required for the A.O.S. major. (If the student takes MATH 151 at HVCC, it will satisfy both MTH 180 and MTH 182 at Penn College).

Students who do not satisfy all of these general education courses at Hudson Valley Community College will need at least five semesters to earn a bachelor’s degree at Penn College.

In keeping with Penn College policy, the FYE 101 requirement will be waived because the student has transferred 24 or more credits to Penn College.

Electrical Construction & Maintenance Major Courses

These groups of courses will substitute as a block if satisfactorily completed with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. Courses are not evaluated individually; students completing all of the listed HVCC courses will receive credit for all of the listed PCT courses in their respective semesters.

Substitute HVCC Courses PCT Building Automation Courses
      Total Credits: 42
Course Number Course Title Course Number Course Title Credits
ECMN 101 Direct Current Theory and Magnetism   Building Automation Directed Technical Elective (Semester 1) 12
ECMN 111 Direct Current Applications Laboratory   Building Automation Directed Technical Electives (Semester 2) 10
ECMN 121 Residential Construction Wiring   Building Automation Directed Technical Electives (Semester 3) 10
ECMN 130 Safety and Labor Relations   Building Automation Directed Technical Electives (Semester 4) 10
ECMN 131 Electrical Blueprint Reading and Estimating I      
ECMN 102 Alternating Current Theory      
ECMN 112 Alternating Current Applications Laboratory      
ECMN 122 Commercial Construction Wiring      
ECMN 132 Electrical Blueprint Reading and Estimating II      
ECMN 203 Transformers and Motors      
ECMN 205 Industrial Power Electronics      
ECMN 213 Transformer and Motor Laboratory      
ECMN 215 Industrial Power Electronics Laboratory      
ECMN 223 Industrial Wiring      
ECMN 204 Industrial Motor Control Theory      
ECMN 206 Automated Controls and Instrumentation      
ECMN 214 Industrial Motor Control Laboratory      
ECMN 216 Automated Controls and Instrumentation Laboratory      
ECMN 224 Industrial Motor Control Wiring      

Students will need to schedule ACR 226 (AC/R Systems and Equipment) and PLH 236 (Fundamentals of Heating Systems) upon transferring into the major. This stipulation applies to all students (Penn College students and external transfer students) who have earned an associate degree related to electrical technology.

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