Project Lead The Way Affiliate Articulations Eastern Michigan University will accept up to 9 credits from any qualifying school for credit toward a student's program of study at EMU. These are for POE, IED, and DE Milwaukee School of Engineering will allow secondary school students from a PLTW certified transcripted college credit for the PLTW courses POE, IED, DE, CIM, and CEA. In addition to being from a PLTW certified school, the student must have an average of 85% or better for the course, have a completed course portfolio, and have a grade of 70% or better on the PLTW college exam and pay the required tuition . The student will receive 3 quarter credits for each of the courses taken that meet these requirements. MSOE will accept transcripted credit from other Affiliate Universities for these courses. Substitution of a particular PLTW course for a course in a particular program will depend on the program curriculum in force at the time of admittance to MSOE. This decision will be made by the program director. Old Dominion University will allow secondary school students in Virginia to receive college credit in Old Dominion University's Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Engineering Technology programs for eligible PLTW courses: Any PLTW Course = Engineering Fundamentals Engn 110 Any PLTW Course = Engineering Fundamentals Engn 111 *Additional, possible credit scenarios are to be determined. Students can receive credit by completing each PLTW course with an average of "B," by having been enrolled in a PLTW-certified high school, by scoring a 70% or higher on the PLTW college credit exam, and by meeting Old Dominion University academic eligibility requirements. Purdue University will allow secondary school students in the country to receive three college credits in the Department of Industrial Technology at Purdue University for each eligible PLTW course [IED, POE, CEA, DE, BCM, AE, BE and CIM]; by completing each course with an average of "B," by being enrolled in any PLTW-certified school, by scoring 70 or above on the college credit exam, and by enrolling in IT, ID, or Technology Education programs. San Diego State University: Secondary school students may receive a total of three SDSU College of Engineering credits for any of the PLTW courses [IED, POE, CIM, CEA and DE]; by completing each course with an average of "B," by scoring 70 or above on the college credit exam, by being enrolled in a PLTW-certified school, and by meeting college enrollment requirements for the BS programs. Please see http://arweb.sdsu.edu/es/admissions/ for SDSU admissions details. University of Colorado at Colorado Springs: Secondary school students from any PLTW- certified school may apply for University of Colorado transcripted engineering college credit for three of the PLTW courses (IED, POE, and DE). The University of Colorado will also grant credit to students outside of the state of Colorado. We require that all students receive at least an 85 percent average in the course and score 70 or above on the college credit exam. For the students meeting these criteria, The University of Colorado awards semester credits for each of the courses, as follows: POE: 3 credits, IED: 2 credits, DE: 2 credits. The cost of tuition is $200 per course. The course will appear on a transcript as if the course were taken at UCCS. The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' academic units will directly apply these courses to replace required courses in Computer, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering. University of Maryland at Baltimore County: Secondary school students in the country may receive college credit for ENES101 at University of Maryland Baltimore County by completing EDD and all courses leading up to it (POE, IED, DE, and a technical elective) with an average of "B," by being enrolled in a PLTW-certified school, by meeting college enrollment requirements, and by paying a designated tuition for each course. In addition, students must complete a college credit exam or submit an appropriate portfolio. University of New Haven: Secondary school students from any PLTW-certified school may apply for University New Haven college credit for each eligible PLTW course [IED 2 credits, DE 3 credits, POE 3 credits and EDD 2 credits]. Students must receive at least 80% average in the course and 70 or above on the college credit exam. The cost of tuition will be $200 per course. Students must meet the college enrollment requirements for UNH majors. UNH engineering programs evaluate the acceptability of these credits similar to evaluating other transfer credits. University of South Carolina: Secondary school students from any PLTW-certified school in the country may apply for University of South Carolina credit as follows: PLTW course Digital Electronics may be used for ELCT 101, Introduction to Electrical Engineering; PLTW course Principles of Engineering for ENCP 101, Introduction to Engineering; and PLTW course Introduction to Engineering Design may be used for EMCH 111, Introduction to Engineering Graphics and Visualization. USC requires these students to have an overall "B" average or SAT score of 1100 or PSCAT score of 110, receive at least an 85 percent average in the course, and a score 70 or above on the college credit exam. For the students meeting these criteria, USC awards 3 semester hours of credit with proper application and tuition payment. USC's academic departments evaluate the acceptability of these credits in the same manner in which they evaluate and confer transfer credits. University of Texas at Tyler: High school students who have earned university credit for their Project Lead The Way, or other approved 9 – 12 engineering and technology, courses can transfer or apply up to 15 hours of their college credit hours towards the Bachelor of Science of Technology degree with an emphasis on Innovation, Technology, and Design. The program will interest those who enjoy inventing, creating, solving complex problems and, in particular, want to foster these abilities in others. The degree develops students’ creative abilities, through experiential learning, and provides students with the profound understandings needed for careers in innovation, technology development, and design. Wichita State University: Secondary school students may opt to receive college credit in Wichita State University's Engineering programs for eligible PLTW courses: Introduction to Engineering Design (IED) = 3 credits - for Engineering Graphics (IME 222) Principles of Engineering (POE) = 3 credits for Introduction to Engineering (ENGR101) Students must have an 80 percent average in the course, 70 percent on the college credit exam and submit the course portfolio. There is a $200 fee per course. The transcript shows the WSU-equivalent course name and number. The credits will not appear on the transcript until the student completes other courses at WSU. Worchester Polytechnic University: Secondary school students may receive college credit at WPI for an introductory level engineering course by completing a PLTW sequence of courses [IED, POE, DE and EDD and one additional PLTW elective] with an average of "B," by being enrolled in a PLTW-certified high school, by meeting college enrollment requirements, and by paying a designated tuition. In addition, students must achieve an 80% on the college credit exam or submit an appropriate portfolio. Sinclair Community College: To receive credit for SCC course(s), the student must achieve a high school course grade of B or above, and receive a score of 70 or above on the PLTW Part C (college credit) exam. For complete information on college credit, go to www.pltwohio.org and click on the "College Options" tab.
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