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Sinclair College Associate of Science in Engineering and Engineering Technology to Wright State University Bachelor of Science in Materials Science and Engineering Transfer Guide

Earn your associate degree from Sinclair, then transfer seamlessly to Wright State for your bachelor's degree. The official courses for both are listed below. Your personal plan may be different, so discuss with your advisor each semester.

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First Year

Sinclair Course

Sinclair
Credit Hours
Wright State
Transfer Equivalent Course
Wright State
Credit Hours
Fall Semester
CHE 1211: General Chemistry I 5 CHM 1210: General Chemistry I 5
CHE 1251: Lab for General Chemistry I   CHM 1210L: Lab for General Chemistry I  
EGR 1101: Introduction to Math for Engineering Applications 4 EGR 1010: Introduction to Math for Engineering Applications 4
ENG 1101: English Comp I 3 ENG 1100: Academic Writing and Reading 3
MET 1301: Solidworks 3 ME 1040: Engineering Design and Solid Modeling 3
COM 2211: Effective Public Speaking 3 COM 1010: Essentials of Public Address 3
  18  

18

Spring Semester
MAT 2270: Calculus and Analytical Geometry I 5 MTH 2300: Calculus I 4
PHY 2201: General Physics I 5 PHY 2400: General Physics I 5
PHY 2207: Lab for General Physics I   PHY 2400L: Lab for General Physics I  
PHY 2210: Problem Solving Physics with Matlab 3 ME 1020: Engineering Programming with Matlab 3
Ohio Transfer Module Course 3 Wright State University Core Requirement 3
  16   15

First-Year Total Hours at Sinclair: 34
First-Year Total Hours Transfer Equivalent at Wright State: 33


Second Year

Sinclair Course

Sinclair
Credit Hours
Wright State
Transfer Equivalent Course
Wright State
Credit Hours
Fall Semester
PHY 2202/2208: General Physics II 5 PHY 2410: General Physics II 5
PHY 2208: Lab for General Physics II   PHY 2410L General Physics II  
MAT 2280: Calculus and Analytical Geometry II 5 MTH 2310: Calculus II 4
MEE 2101: Statics for Engineers 3 ME 2120: Statics 3
Ohio Transfer Module Course 3 Wright State University Core Requirement 3
  16   15
Spring Semester
MAT 2330: Differential Equations and Linear Algebra 5 MTH 2350: Differential Equations with Matrix Algebra 4
MEE 2301: Strength of Materials for Engineers 3 ME 3120: Mechanics of Materials 3
SOCHE ME 2700: 3 ME 2700: Structure and Properties of Materials 3
Ohio Transfer Module Course 3 Wright State University Core Requirement 3
  14   13

Second-Year Total Hours at Sinclair: 30
Second-Year Total Hours Transfer Equivalent at Wright State: 28

Total Credit Hours for Associate Degree: 64


Third Year

Wright State Course Wright State Credit Hours
Fall Semester

MTH 2320: Calculus III

4

ME 2600: Metallography

1

EE 2010: Circuit Analysis I

4
EE 2010L: Lab for Circuit Analysis  

EGR 3350: Technical Communication for Engineers and Scientists

3

ME 3750: Thermodynamics of Materials

3
  15
Spring Semester

ME 3600: Experimental Measurements and Instrumentation

3

ME 3760: Diffusion and Kinetics

3
ME 4750: Materials Characterization 2
Track Course 3
Technical Elective 3
  14

Third Year Total Hours at Wright State: 29


Fourth Year

Wright State Course Wright State Credit Hours
Fall Semester
ME 4910: Capstone Design I 2

ME 4730: Engineering Ceramics

3

ME 4620: Mechanical and Materials Testing Lab

2

ME 4770: Mechanical Behavior of Metals

3

ME 4720: Engineering Polymers

3
Track Course 3
  16
Spring Semester
ME 4920: Capstone Design II 2

ME 4700: Structure and Properties of Materials II

3

ME 4740: Materials Selection and Failure Analysis

3
Track Course 3
  11

Fourth Year Total Hours at Wright State: 27

Total Credit Hours at Wright State University: 56

Total Credit Hours for Bachelor's Degree: 120

Important Information

You must follow this transfer guide exactly to ensure completion of the bachelor's degree program in four years. Prerequisites may prevent you from finishing in four years. Grades of C or higher are required in ENG 1100, CHM 1210, PHY 2400, MTH 2310, ME 1020, ME 2120, ME 2700, ME 3310, and EGR 1010 or MTH 2300.

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Contact Information

Wright State University

Mechanical and Materials Engineering Department
209 Russ Engineering Center
937-775-5040
mme-dept@wright.edu

College of Engineering and Computer Science Academic Advising
280 Joshi Research Center
937-775-5272
cecs-advisors@wright.edu

Sinclair College

Advising
Building 10 room 10-301
937-512-3700
academicadvising@sinclair.edu

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