What courses should I take in community college?
You can normally transfer up to 64 credits, but unless you can
complete the EE courses in the freshman and sophomore year, you should expect
that it will require three years at Northern Arizona University to complete
your degree. If you can complete the equivalent of EGR 186 (Intro. to Engineering Design), EE 110 (Digital Logic) and EE 215 (Microprocessors), then you may be able to finish in 2 or 2.5 years.
Sample 6-term plans for transfer students3 Year Sample Plan for Transfer Students - EE Emphasis
3 Year Sample Plan for Transfer Students - CpE Emphasis
Arizona transfer information
To see which college classes count toward graduation at Northern
Arizona University, go to the Arizona Transfer website. Click on Community College or University Students.
If you click on Transfer Guides, choose
Northern Arizona University and your community college and major (electrical
engineering) and you can see what classes count.
Liberal studies and diversity requirements (often called general studies requirements)
If you completed an AGEC or TGEC, you may be able to use that to meet your Liberal Studies and Diversity requirements.
The only courses not shown in the transfer guide are liberal
studies electives. These courses should be selected carefully so that you do
not have to take additional courses to fulfill the liberal studies and
diversity requirements at Northern Arizona University.
If you click on Course Equivalency Guides,
you can see what courses are equivalent at different community colleges and
From the Arizona Transfer website, click on Course Equivalency Guide and you can look up any
course at your community college and see if it meets the requirements for a
course in the liberal studies electives and diversity electives.