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Articulation Agreement enables WATC grads to continue their studies at WSU’s College of Engineering

by amcfayden on January 22, 2013

Wichita Area Technical College (WATC) and Wichita State University (WSU) have partnered to make a future in Engineering Technology more accessible to Kansas students.  A new Articulation Agreement enables students completing WATC ‘s A.A.S. degree in Machining Technology, Robotics, or Electromechanical Systems to use their WATC credits in pursuit of a B.S. degree in Engineering Technology at WSU’s College of Engineering. Concentrations are available in Mechatronics or Engineering Technology Management.

Students who are enrolled in the Robotics program at WATC already benefit from a cooperative effort between WATC, the National Institute of Aviation Research (NIAR) at WSU, and the Great Plains Robotics Alliance. This cooperation affords WATC students to a shared robotics laboratory fully equipped with cutting-edge technology and state-of-the-art machines.

For more information about this program, please contact WATC Academic Coach Brian Lee at blee3@watc.edu or 316.677-1810. Additionally, more information is available via the following links:

Robotics

Machining Technology

Electromechanical Systems

According to the Articulation Agreement, WSU will transfer:

  • WATC’s MCD 113 + MCD 115 + MCD 121 as WSU’s IME 222 Engineering Graphics
  • WATC’s MCD 116 + MCD 124 as WSU’s IME 222 Engineering Graphics

Additionally, the following courses will transfer from WATC to WSU’s B.S., Engineering Technology as Technical Electives (a maximum of 15 credits):

 

  • AVT 101 Basic Electricity & Electronics
  • AVT 102 Basic Electricity & Electronics Lab
  • CAT 101 CATIA Part Design & Sketcher
  • CAT 105 CATIA Assembly Design
  • CAT 115 CATIA Prismatic Machining
  • CAT 124 CATIA Surface Machining
  • CWG 110 Welding Applications
  • EMP 100 Global Professional Standards
  • IND 109 Basic Industrial Programmable Logic Controls
  • IND 131 Industrial Programmable Logic Controls
  • IND 132 Industrial Instrumentation
  • MCD 110 Principles of Tool Design
  • MCD 112 Industrial Materials & Processes
  • MCD 201 Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerance
  • MCD 205 Residential Drafting
  • MCD 206 Commercial Drafting & Design
  • MMG 102 Blueprint Reading I
  • MMG 142 Manual Lathes
  • MMG 143 Manual Mills
  • MMG 144 CNC Mills
  • MMG 152 CNC Lathes
  • MMG 225 Machining Internship
  • ROB 100 Introduction to Robotics
  • ROB 101 Manufacturing Control & Work Cell Interfacing
  • ROB 102 Work Cell Design Laboratory
  • ROB 103 Applied Robotics Lab I
  • ROB 104 Robotics Simulation
  • ROB 106 Robotics Controller Maintenance
  • ROB 110 Applied Robotics Lab II
  • ROB 111 Advanced Robot Controller Programming

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