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Articulation Agreements


An articulation agreement provides a simplified, guaranteed transfer process for future Wichita State University transfer students.  Specifically, it provides an outline of transferable coursework for a student attending a two-year program and intending to transfer to Wichita State University’s four-year program.  All articulation agreements will follow the guidelines in the Wichita State University catalog for all transfer students. 

Wichita State University has formed articulation agreements with Butler Community College, Hutchinson Community College, Emporia State University, and Wichita Area Technical College.  Please reference the documents below for further information regarding what each articulation agreement authorizes. 

Check back frequently as articulation agreements are being formed with other colleges and universities. 

 

 Individual Classes

It is the policy of Wichita State University to accept all credits - with the exception of remedial coursework - earned at a post-secondary institution that is accredited by one of the Regional Agencies of the Higher Learning Commission.  This is often referred as transfer course equivalency.  If a course has not yet been evaluated, students may need to supply appropriate course descriptions and/or syllabi for transfer credit evaluations. 

To determine the WSU equivalency for a transfer course, refer to Transfer Course Equivalency.

 

 Butler Community College

This is a transfer agreement for Butler Community College Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Engineering Graphics Technology, Manufacturing Engineering Technology, and Surveying Technology degrees for students pursuing a Bachelor’s of Science in Engineering Technology, Mechatronics Technology or Aircraft Maintenance Technology concentration from the College of Engineering at Wichita State University.

For further details of the agreement and the transfer guide for the required and suggested courses reference the Articulation Agreement dated January 18, 2013 with Butler Community College. 

 

Hutchinson Community College

This transfer agreement is for a Hutchinson Community College AAS in Engineering Technology and Manufacturing Technology degrees for students pursuing a Bachelor’s of Science in Engineering Technology degree from the College of Engineering at Wichita State University.

For further details of the agreement and the transfer guide for the required and suggested courses  reference the Articulation Agreement dated January 3, 2013 with Hutchinson Community College.

 

Emporia State University

This transfer agreement for the dual degree in Math or Physics at Emporia State University (ESU) and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree at Wichita State University. This transfer agreement will follow the guidelines in the WSU Undergraduate Catalog for all transfer students.

Students can read the Memorandum of Understanding; which provides further detail regarding the agreement. 

The Engineering Check Sheet can be utilized to align classes between Wichita State University and Emporia State University.  It is intended to be a guideline for transfer and dual-degree seeking students.  It is strongly recommended that students continue to work closely with their advisor when using the check sheet. 

WSU Industrial Engineering Check Sheet (ESU Dual-Degree Math)

WSU Industrial Engineering Check Sheet (ESU Dual-Degree Physics)

WSU Mechanical Engineering Check Sheet (ESU Dual-Degree Physics)

WSU Aerospace Engineering Check Sheet (ESU Dual-Degree Physics)

WSU Aerospace Engineering Check Sheet (ESU Dual-Degree Math)

 

Wichita Area Technical College

This transfer agreement is for a Wichita Area Technical College AAS Machining Technology, Robotics, and Electromechanical Systems degree students pursuing a Bachelor’s of Science in Engineering Technology Degree, with a concentration in Mechatronics or Engineering Technology Management, from the College of Engineering at Wichita State University.

For further details of the agreement and the transfer guide for the required and suggested courses  reference the Articulation Agreement dated January 3, 2013 with Wichita Area Technical College.

 

Project Lead the Way

Project Lead the Way (PLTW) is a pre-engineering program for high school and middle schools that prepares students to pursue careers in engineering and related technical fields.   As part of the program, students can qualify to earn college credit. 

High School Engineering Courses has information regarding foundation and specialization courses high school students are eligible to take if the school offers them.  For information regarding college credit for completing PLTW, click here.  Students can also reference the Frequently Asked Questions