CUNY Transfer Guide

for

The Engineering Technologies

Office of Academic Affairs

The City University of New York

Faculty Articulation Committee in the Engineering Technologies

 

Dean Carolyn Fazzolari, P.E., Chair

Associate Dean for Freshman Programs

The College of Staten Island

Professor Nasser Abdellatif, Ph.D.

Chair, Department of Physics and Technology

Bronx Community College

Professor Stanley Brodsky, Ph.D., P.E.

Director, New Project Development

Center for Advanced Study in Education

CUNY Graduate School & University Center

Professor Elliot Colchamiro, P.E.

Chair, Department of Construction and

Civil Engineering Technologies

New York City College of Technology

Dean Zeev Dagan, Ph.D.

Associate Dean, School of Engineering

The City College

Professor Lawrence Muller

Department of Computer Information Systems

LaGuardia Community College

Professor Charles Spiteri, P.E.

Department of Electrical and

Computer Engineering Technology

Queensborough Community College

Lloyd Temes, P.E., Professor Emeritus

Former Chair, Department of Electrical Engineering Technology

The College of Staten Island

Professor James Valentino, Ph.D.

Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology

Queensborough Community College

Laraine Bengis, Staff

Director, Office of Articulation and Transfer

Office of Academic Affairs

 

CONTENTS

 

Introduction

Chart 1: A.A.S. Programs in the Engineering Technologies and Related Baccalaureate Degree Programs by College
Chart 2: Transfer of Credits into Baccalaureate Degree Engineering Technology Programs for Students with A.A.S. Degrees in the Engineering Technologies
Chart 3: Transfer of Credits into Baccalaureate Degree Programs in Engineering, Architecture and Computer Science for Students with A.A.S. Degrees in the Engineering Technologies

Engineering Technology Program Descriptions

Admission for CUNY Transfer Students.

Transfer into New York City College of Technology Bachelor of Technology Degree Program in Electromechanical Engineering Technology

Full Transfer A.A.S. Programs

Table 1 Summary: Full Transfer A.A.S. Programs into Bachelor of Technology Program in Electromechanical Engineering Technology
Chart 4: Upper Division Courses in Bachelor of Technology Program in Electromechanical Engineering Technology.

Limited Transfer A.A.S. Programs

Table_2 Summary: Limited Transfer A.A.S. Programs into Bachelor of Technology Program in Electromechanical Engineering Technology
LaGuardia Community College-Computer Technician Program
LaGuardia Community College-Computer Technician Program (Telecommunications Option)
New York City College of Technology-Computer Aided Drafting and Design
Queensborough Community College-Design Drafting and Computer Graphics Program
Queensborough Community College-Laser and Fiber Optics Technology Program

Transfer into New York City College of Technology Bachelor of Technology Degree Program in Telecommunications Technology

Full Transfer A.A.S. Programs
Table 3 Summary: Full Transfer A.A.S. Programs into Bachelor of Technology Program in Telecommunications Technology
Chart 5: Upper Division Courses in Bachelor of Technology Program in Telecommunications Technology

Limited Transfer A.A.S. Programs

Table 4 Summary: Limited Transfer A.A.S. Programs into Bachelor of Technology Program in Electromechanical Technology
College of Staten Island-Computer Technology Systems Program
LaGuardia Community College-Computer Technician Program
LaGuardia Community College-Computer Technician Program (Telecommunications Options)
New York City College of Technology-Electromechanical Technology Program
Queensborough Community College-Laser and Fiber Optics Technology Program

CUNY Program Directory

CUNY TRANSFER GUIDE

FOR

THE ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES

INTRODUCTION

This Transfer Guide is designed to assist CUNY students in the transfer process from two-year associate degree programs in the engineering technologies to four-year baccalaureate (bachelor) degree programs in the same or related fields. It will help students, counselors and faculty to understand the relationships between the Universityís various engineering technology, technology-related and engineering programs. The Guide shows how two-year engineering technology courses are evaluated by the four-year programs into which students may transfer.

Students interested in pursuing a Bachelor of Engineering degree (B.E.) at The City College School of Engineering, or a Bachelor of Science degree (B.S.) in Engineering Science at the College of Staten Island, should refer to The City College School of Engineering Transfer Guide or The College of Staten Island Engineering Science Transfer Guide. For further information on the programs or to obtain copies of the guides, call The City College at 212-650-8020 and The College of Staten Island at 718-982-2800

Differences Between Engineering Technology and Engineering Programs

It is important to understand that there are essential differences between a two-year engineering technology program and the first two years of an engineering degree program.

An Engineering Technology program leading to the two-year Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree is designed to prepare students as well-trained technicians for immediate employment in support of engineering activities. The field requires the application of math and science-based technical theory and practical hands-on know-how. Engineering Technology lies in the occupational spectrum between the craftsman and the engineer, at the end of the spectrum closest to the engineer.

In contrast, after two years in an Engineering, Pre-Engineering or Engineering Science program, students are still at least two-years away from employability as an Engineer. Students who wish to be Engineers are required to complete a four-year program leading to a Bachelor of Engineering (B.E. ) degree or a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Engineering Science. They must take courses in advanced math and science as well as courses in the major which make it possible, with suitable experience, to create original engineering systems and designs, supervise Engineering Technicians, and take responsibility for engineering projects.

As a result of the differences cited above, engineering technology courses are not equivalent to engineering courses. Therefore, students from a two-year A.A.S. engineering technology program who transfer into a four-year bachelor degree engineering program will have very few of their technical courses accepted for credit toward a degree in engineering since such courses do not adequately prepare students to pass the advanced engineering courses.

Graduates with an A.A.S. degree in Engineering Technology may, however, move smoothly to a corresponding Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.) program at New York City College of Technology.

The following charts list CUNY two and four-year programs in the engineering technologies as well as related baccalaureate degree programs and show the transferability between the two and four-year programs. Chart I lists the programs and colleges where they are offered. Chart 2 shows how the associate degree engineering technology programs are accepted for transfer by the baccalaureate degree engineering technology programs. Chart 3, which shows programs with very limited transfer, is for informational purposes only.

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Chart I

A.A.S. Programs in the Engineering Technologies & Related Baccalaureate Degree Programs by College

 

A.A.S. Programs in the Engineering and Engineering-Related Technologies

 

 

 

Bronx

 

 

 

Bklyn

 

 

 

City

 

 

 

CSI

 

 

 

Hunter

 

 

 

LaGuardia

 

 

 

Lehman

 

 

 

NYCCT

 

 

 

QCC

 

 

Queens

Architectural Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

Computer-Aided Drafting

and Design Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

Chemical Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

Civil Engineering Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

X(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

X(1)

 

 

 

 

Computer Engineering Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X(1)

 

 

Computer Technology Systems

 

 

 

 

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Computer Technician

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Computer Technician

(Telecommunications)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Construction Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

Design Drafting & Computer Graphics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X

 

 

Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology

X(1)

 

 

 

 

X(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

X(1)

X(1)

 

 

Electromechanical

Engineering Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X(1 )

 

 

 

 

Environmental Control Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

Laser and Fiber Optics Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X(1)

 

 

Mechanical Engineering Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X(1)

X(1)

 

 

Telecommunications Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

Baccalaureate Programs

 

 

Architecture

 

 

 

 

X(4)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Computer Science

 

 

X

X(3)

X(3)

X

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

X

Engineering -Chemical

 

 

 

 

X(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Engineering - Civil

 

 

 

 

X(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Engineering - Electrical

 

 

 

 

X(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Engineering-Mechanical

 

 

 

 

X(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Electromechanical

Engineering Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X(1)

 

 

 

 

Engineering Science

 

 

 

 

 

 

X(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Telecommunications Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

X

 

 

 

 

Accreditation Agencies

(1) Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (TAC/ABET)

(2) Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (EAC/ABET)

(3) Computer Science Accreditation Commission of the Computing Science Accreditation Board (CSAC/CSAB)

(4) National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB)

 

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Chart 2

Transfer of Credits into Baccalaureate Degree Engineering Technology Programs for Students with A.A.S. Degrees in the Engineering Technologies

 

 

A.A.S. Programs in the Engineering

and Engineering-Related Technologies*

Baccalaureate Degree Programs*

Electromechanical

Engineering Technology

Telecommunications

Technology

Other Transfer Paths

Architectural Technology

 

 

 

 

See Chart 3

Computer-Aided Drafting and

Design Technology

L

 

 

 

 

Chemical Technology

 

 

 

 

See Chart 3

Civil Engineering Technology

 

 

 

 

See Chart 3

Computer Engineering Technology

F

F

See Chart 3

Computer Technology Systems

F

 

 

See Chart 3

Computer Technician

L

L

See Chart 3

Computer Technician (Telecommunications)

L

L

See Chart 3

Construction Technology

 

 

 

 

See Chart 3

Design Drafting and Computer Graphics

L

 

 

 

 

Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology

F

F

See Chart 3

Electromechanical Engineering Technology

F

L

See Chart 3

Environmental Control Technology

 

 

 

 

See Chart 3

Laser and Fiber Optics Technology

L

L

See Chart 3

Mechanical Engineering Technology

F

 

 

See Chart 3

Telecommunications Technology

F

F

See Chart 3

 

 

 

F = Full Transfer (64 additional credits required for baccalaureate degree)

L = Limited Transfer (more than 64 additional credits required for baccalaureate degree)

*See Chart I for program offerings by college

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Chart 3

Transfer of Credits into Baccalaureate Degree Programs in Engineering, Architecture and

Computer Science for Students with A.A.S. Degrees in the Engineering Technologies

 

 

A.A.S. Programs in the

Engineering and

Engineering-Related

Technologies*

Baccalaureate Degree Programs*

Engineering

 

Engineering Science

Architecture

Computer Science

 

Chemical

Civil

Electrical

Mechanical

Electrical

Mechanical

Architectural Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

L***

 

 

Chemical Technology

VL**

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Civil Engineering Technology

 

 

VL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Computer Engineering Technology

 

 

 

 

VL

 

 

VL

 

 

 

 

VL

Computer Technology Systems

 

 

 

 

VL

 

 

VL

 

 

 

 

VL

Computer Technician

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VL

Computer Technician (Telecommunications)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

VL

Construction Technology

 

 

VL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Electrical/Electronic

Engineering Technology

 

 

 

 

VL

 

 

VL

 

 

 

 

 

 

Electromechanical Engineering Technology

 

 

 

 

VL

VL

VL

VL

 

 

 

 

Environmental Control Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

VL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Laser and Fiber Optics Technology

 

 

 

 

VL

 

 

VL

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mechanical Engineering Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

VL

 

 

VL

 

 

 

 

Telecommunications Technology

 

 

 

 

VL

 

 

VL

 

 

 

 

 

 

*See Chart I for program offerings by college. See CUNY Program Directory for telephone numbers

to call for further information on programs.

**VL= Very Limited Transfer (More than 64 additional credits required for bachelorís degree;

very few technology courses meet program requirements)

***All major and major-related courses transfer for full credit. Placement in Design Studio is subject to portfolio review. Additional lower division credits are required to meet The City Collegeís liberal arts requirements.

 

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ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS*

 

 

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE (A.A.S.) PROGRAMS

Architectural Technology

The major emphasis of this program is to train students to assist the architect in preparing drawings, models, and renderings. Course requirements include architectural graphics, design, construction materials and techniques, and interior design.

Chemical Technology

The program consists of a Chemical Technology major with a concentration in pharmacy preparation. Students are given a firm foundation in chemistry, physics, and mathematics. The advanced study in chemistry includes organic chemistry and quantitative analysis.

Civil Engineering Technology

This program prepares students to assist civil engineers and architects in designing and constructing buildings, highways, bridges, and public works. The courses in this curriculum give students a basic knowledge of soils, construction, and structural design.

Computer-Aided Drafting and Design Technology/Design Drafting and Computer Graphics

Drafters draw and translate the design created by architects, engineers, and designers. The curriculum provides fundamentals in mathematics and science and in the drafting and computer skills required to prepare layouts, plans and working drawings.

Computer Engineering Technology

Computer Engineering Technology is based on a strong applied mathematics and science program that combines real world applications of computer systems with problem solving and extensive laboratory experience. Graduates are employed in such positions as designers and customer technical representatives.

Computer Technology Systems/Computer Technician (Telecommunications)

These programs train technicians to install, maintain, and trouble shoot computers, peripherals, and networks. Students take courses in computer hardware and repair, circuitry and electronics.

Construction Technology

The program in Construction Technology prepares students for careers as construction managers and engineering technicians employed in the construction industry. The course of study includes principles of construction management, computer applications as well as structural design and drafting. Job titles of graduates include assistant project manager, estimator surveyor, and construction inspector.

Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology

Electrical Technicians test, overhaul, operate, inspect, and design electrical/electronic equipment. The curriculum includes laboratory courses and the design and development of electrical/electronic projects. This course of study utilizes state-of-the-art microcomputer laboratories.

 

 

___________

* See Chart I for program offerings by College

Electromechanical Engineering

Students in this program are prepared to diagnose and analyze electromechanical problems associated with the development, performance, and servicing of complex computer-controlled systems. These play an important role in computer, medical, industrial robotics, and consumer equipment. Laboratory work and analysis is offered in computer hardware and software, electronic and mechanical aspects of the field.

Environmental Control Technology (Heating, Ventilation, Refrigeration, Air Conditioning)

This program deals with the study of air conditioning, heating, ventilation, refrigeration, combustion and air pollution. Students learn to apply engineering principles to the design, installation maintenance, and operation of mechanical systems in buildings. Courses include combustion theory, thermodynamics, HVAC and R systems.

Laser and Fiber Optics Technology

This program prepares technicians for jobs related to lasers and fiber optics technology. Working on some of the latest equipment in the field, students will learn how to use the lasers, instruments, electronics, and materials that are employed in the telecommunications and computer industries, hospitals, and libraries. The program is based on a strong applied mathematics and science foundation.

Mechanical Engineering Technology

This program prepares students to design, develop, operate, test, troubleshoot, manufacture, and maintain mechanical equipment, products and engineering systems. It is based on a strong applied mathematics and science foundation combined with extensive laboratory experience in CAD/CAM, engineering materials, machine design, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, instrumentation and automation.

Telecommunications Technology

This program trains technicians who can install, operate, and maintain telecommunications equipment and software as well as provide first-level user training for this equipment. Combining technical and liberal arts courses, the program also provides practical experience in the telephony, data communications, and transmissions laboratories.

 

 

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY (B. Tech.) DEGREE PROGRAMS

Electromechanical Engineering Technology

The courses in the four-year baccalaureate program build upon the skills and knowledge learned at the two-year A.A.S. level. More stress is placed upon independent thinking and analysis. In addition to advanced coverage of electromechanical topics, the curriculum includes advanced mathematics and engineering economics. The computer features heavily, both as a tool to be used and a system to be studied. A wide field of technical electives, including robotics, Local Area Networks (LAN), design courses, and computer interfacing gives students considerable latitude in specializing in their own areas of interest.

Telecommunications Technology

The curriculum in the four-year baccalaureate program builds upon the skills and knowledge learned at the two-year A.A.S. level. It adds more advanced study in data communications, coding, computer systems, probability and statistics, satellite transmission, traffic control, economics, programming, fiber optics management, regulatory and legal issues and advanced mathematics. Bachelor of technology graduates may obtain positions as technical operations managers, network designers, traffic analysts, data communications managers and tele-communications consultants.

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ADMISSION FOR CUNY TRANSFER STUDENTS

Each CUNY college offers transfer counseling to students in associate degree programs who plan to continue their studies in a bachelorís degree program at a senior college. We advise you to meet with both a transfer counselor and your academic advisor early on to plan a program of studies that will meet the requirements of the bachelorís degree program to which you intend to transfer.

Students receiving an associateís degree (A.A., A.S., A.A.S.) from a CUNY college are guaranteed admission to a CUNY senior college, although not necessarily to the program or college of their choice. Students entering the University after June 1978 are required to meet the standards of proficiency in the basic skills areas of reading, writing and mathematics prior to admission into the upper division programs of CUNY.

Transfer students who wish to be considered for matriculated undergraduate status must file an Undergraduate Transfer Application for Admission with CUNYís University Application Processing Center, P.O. Box 359023, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11235-9023.

A transfer application, or the CUNY Transfer Admissions Guide, which includes a transfer application with instructions on how to fill it out, can be obtained from either the Admissions Office or the Transfer Office at the studentís college. The Transfer Admissions Guide can be also obtained by writing to the Office of Admissions Services, 101 West 31st Street, New York N.Y. 10001-3503 or by calling (212) 947-4800.

So that the application will be processed for the semester requested all required documents must be submitted on or before March 1 for the Fall semester and on or before November 1 for the Spring semester.

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TRANSFER

INTO

New York City College of Technology

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY DEGREE PROGRAM IN ELECTROMECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

 

Full Transfer A.A.S. Programs

Limited Transfer A.A.S. Programs

 

 

New York City College of Technology Evaluation Committee for

Transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree Program in

Electromechanical Engineering Technology

 

 

 

 

Dean Sankar Sastri, Ph.D., P.E.

Dean of Technology (Acting)

 

Mr. Vincent DeFazio

Assistant to the Dean of Technology

 

Professor John Razukas, P.E.

Chair, Department of Electromechanical Engineering Technology

 

Professor Seymour Blank, Ph.D.

Coordinator, Bachelor of Technology Program in

Electromechanical Technology

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Full Transfer A.A.S. Programs

Full Transfer into Bachelor of Technology Degree Program in

Electromechanical Engineering Technology at

New York City College of Technology (N.Y.C.T.C.)

Admission to the Bachelor of Technology Degree Program in Electromechanical Engineering Technology

New York City College of Technology offers a Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) degree with a major in Electromechanical Engineering Technology. The program utilizes a two-plus-two model which admits graduates with a GPA of 2.25 or higher from TAC/ABET accredited A.A.S. degree programs in Computer Technology, Electrical Technology, Mechanical Technology, and Electromechanical Technology. Students with less than a 2.25 GPA will be considered for admission with conditions. This will entail additional course requirements.

Students who transfer with the A.A.S. degree from several other CUNY programs in the engineering-related technologies will also be considered for admission with conditions, and will receive limited transfer credit for major and major-related courses.

Transfer Credit Evaluation

Upon receipt of official transcripts from all colleges attended, evaluation of transfer credits will be completed by the Office of the Registrar in conjunction with the academic department to which the student has been admitted.

Definition of Full Transfer with A.A.S. Degree

All lower division (freshman and sophomore) requirements have been met and students will be granted 64 credits toward the Bachelor of Technology (B.T.) degree in Electromechanical Engineering Technology. Students who have taken credits beyond those required for the Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree, should consult with an advisor at New York City College of Technology as to whether the additional credits will be applied towards the bachelorís degree.

FULL TRANSFER PROGRAMS

Students who transfer with the A.A.S. degree from the programs listed in Table 1 below will be granted 64 credits toward the Bachelor of Technology degree in Electromechanical Engineering Technology and require only an additional 64 credits for the baccalaureate degree.

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Table 1

Full Transfer A.A.S. Programs into Bachelor of Technology Program in

Electromechanical Engineering Technology at New York City College of Technology

 

 

College

 

A.A.S. Program

Transfer Credits Granted by NYCCT

Credits Remaining

for B.Tech. Degree

Bronx Community College

Electrical Technology

64

64

College of Staten Island

Computer Technology Systems

64

64

College of Staten Island

Electrical Engineering Technology

64

64

New York City College of Technology

Electrical Engineering Technology

64

64

New York City College of Technology

Electromechanical Engineering Technology

64

64

New York City College of Technology

Mechanical Engineering Technology

64

64

New York City College of Technology

Telecommunications Technology

64

64

Queensborough Community College

Computer Engineering Technology

64

64

Queensborough Community College

Electronic Engineering Technology

64

64

Queensborough Community College

Mechanical Engineering Technology

64

64

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Chart 4

The following chart lists the upper division (junior and senior) courses to be completed by students who transfer into the Bachelor of Technology Program in Electromechanical Engineering in Technology at New York City College of Technology.

New York City College of Technology

Bachelor of Technology Degree: Major in Electromechanical Engineering Technology

Upper Division Major and Major-Related Courses

Credits

EM 510: Microcomputer Systems Technology

4

EM 515: Processes**

1

EM 525: Electrical Networks***

4

EM 530: Applied Mechanics**

4

EM 605: Electronics*

4

EM 610: Mechanics of Materials**

3

EM 615: Instrumentation

4

EM 625: Applied Analysis Lab

1

EM 682: Economics of Engineering and Management

3

EM 705: Electrical Design I

2

EM 710: Mechanical Design I

2

EM 762: Electromechanical Devices****

4

EM 805: Electrical Design II

2

EM 810: Mechanical Design II

2

EM 864: Principles of Feedback Control Systems

4

Technical Elective

4

Technical Elective

4

Subtotal

44

Other Required Courses

 

 

EG 171: Advanced Career Writing (Core)

3

HI 111: History of the United States Since 1865 (Core)

3

MA 575: Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (Core)

4

MA 680: Differential Equations

3

Subtotal

13

Remaining Core Distribution

 

 

HI 110 History of the United States (or other history course)

3

Free Elective (Technical or core)

4

Subtotal

7

TOTAL UPPER LEVEL CREDITS

64

* Required for MT A.A.S. Graduates

** Required for ET & EMT A.A.S. Graduates

*** Required for MT & EMT A.A.S. Graduates

**** Required for ET & MT A.A.S. Graduates

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Limited Transfer A.A.S. Programs

Limited Transfer into Bachelor of Technology Program in

Electromechanical Engineering Technology at

New York City College of Technology (N.Y.C.T.C.)

Admission to the Bachelor of Technology Degree Program in Electromechanical Engineering Technology

New York City College of Technology offers a Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) degree with a major in Electromechanical Engineering Technology. The program utilizes a two-plus-two model which admits graduates with a GPA of 2.25 or higher from TAC/ABET accredited A.A.S. degree programs in Computer Technology, Electrical Technology, Mechanical Technology, and Electromechanical Technology. Students with less than a 2.25 GPA will be considered for admission with conditions. This will entail additional course requirements.

Students who transfer with the A.A.S. degree from several other CUNY programs in the engineering-related technologies will also be considered for admission with conditions, and will receive limited transfer credit for major and major-related courses.

Transfer Credit Evaluation

Upon receipt of official transcripts from all colleges attended, evaluation of transfer credits will be completed by the Office of the Registrar in conjunction with the academic department to which the student has been admitted.

Definition of Limited Transfer with the A.A.S. Degree

Some, but not all of the lower division (freshman and sophomore) major and major-related courses will be accepted to meet lower division (freshman and sophomore) requirements for the Bachelor of Technology Program in Electromechanical Engineering Technology. In addition, credits will be granted for degree liberal arts courses completed for the A.A.S. degree based on evaluations of studentsí transcripts.

Limited Transfer Programs

Students who transfer with the A.A.S. degree from the programs listed in Table 2 below, will be, granted a limited number of credits in major and major-related courses toward the Bachelor of Technology degree in Electromechanical Engineering Technology.

Table 2

Limited Transfer A.A.S. Programs into Bachelor of Technology Program in Electromechanical Engineering Technology at NYCCT. Credits Granted in Major and Major-Related Courses

 

 

 

 

College

 

 

A.A.S. Program

Total Lower-Division Transfer Credits Granted in Major & Major-Related Courses by NYCCT*

LaGuardia Community College

Computer Technician

39

LaGuardia Community College

Computer Technician

(Telecommunications Option)

34

New York City College of Technology

Computer-Aided Drafting & Design (CADD)

31

Queensborough Community College

Design Drafting & Computer Graphics

36

Queensborough Community College

Laser and Fiber Optics Technology

38

 

*Consult the transfer advisor at your college to find out how liberal arts courses are evaluated for transfer credit by NYCCT.

N.Y.C.T.C. Evaluations of Courses in Limited Transfer A.A.S. Programs

The following charts show the major and major-related courses that are granted transfer credit by NYCCT and the remaining courses that must be taken to complete lower division requirements for the Bachelor of Technology degree in Electromechanical Engineering Technology.

 

Transfer from Computer Technician Program at LaGuardia Community College to

Bachelor of Technology Program in Electromechanical Engineering Technology at

New York City College of Technology (NYCCT)

 

 

Transfer Credit Granted for Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

LaGuardia Course

Title

Credits Granted by NYCCT

CIS 100

Introduction to Computers and Their Applications

3

CIS 241

Computer Electronics I

4

CIS 242

Computer Electronics II

3

CIS 265

Computer Hardware Interfacing and Programming

3

CIS 289

Computer Technology Project Laboratory

2

CIS 291

Computer Logic, Design and Implementation I

4

CIS 292

Computer Logic, Design and Implementation II

4

CIS 293

Computer Repair

4

CIS 295

Computer Architecture

4

MAT 241

Technical Mathematics I

4

MAT 242

Technical Mathematics II

4

 

 

Total Credits Granted

39

 

Remaining Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

NYCCT Course

Title

Credits

EM 120

Technical Graphics

1

EM 220

Mechanisms

4

SC 433

Physics 1.2

4

SC 434

Physics 2.2

4

 

 

Total Credits Remaining

13

 

 

Transfer from Computer Technician Program (Telecommunications Option) at

LaGuardia Community College to Bachelor of Technology Program in

Electromechanical Engineering Technology at New York City College of Technology (NYCCT)

 

 

Transfer Credit Granted for Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

LaGuardia Course

Title

Credits Granted by NYCCT

CIS 100

Introduction to Computers and Their Applications

3

CIS 241

Computer Electronics I

4

CIS 242

Computer Electronics II

3

CIS 262

Data Communications

3

CIS 263

Network Operations

4

CIS 265

Computer Hardware Interfacing and Programming

3

CIS 289

Computer Technology Project Laboratory

2

CIS 295

Computer Architecture

4

MAT 241

Technical Mathematics I

4

MAT 242

Technical Mathematics II

4

 

 

Total Credits Granted

34

Remaining Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

NYCCT Course

Title

Credits

EM 220

Mechanisms

4

EM 320

Advanced Mechanisms

5

EM 480L

Electro Mechanical Systems Lab

1

SC 433

Physics 1.2

4

SC 434

Physics 2.2

4

 

 

Total Credits Remaining

18

 

Transfer from Computer Aided Drafting and Design at New York City College of Technology to

Bachelor of Technology Program in Electromechanical Engineering Technology at

New York City College of Technology (NYCCT)

 

Transfer Credit Granted for Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

NYCCT Course

Title

Credits Granted by NYCCT

DD 112

Engineering Drawing

2

DD 406

CADD Plant Layout

2

DD 410

Computer-Aided Design

3

DD 401

Design for Product Manufacturing

2

MT 100

Manufacturing Processes

2

MT 101

Manufacturing Processes Laboratory

1

MT 200

Computer Aided Manufacturing Systems

4

MT 222

Computer Aided Engineering Graphics

2

MT 233

Statics and Strengths of Materials

3

MT 240

Computer Applications in ME Technology

2

MT 320

Materials Science

4

SC 433

Physics 1.2

4

 

 

Total Credits Granted

31

 

Remaining Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

NYCCT Course

Title

Credits

EM 150

Electrical Circuits

5

EM 250

Digital Control

4

MA 375

Mathematical Analysis

4

MA 475

Analytical Geometry and Calculus

4

SC 434

Physics 2.2

4

 

 

Total Credits Remaining

21

Transfer from Design Drafting and Computer Graphics Program at

Queensborough Community College to Bachelor of Technology Program in

Electromechanical Engineering Technology at New York City College of Technology (NYCCT)

 

Transfer Credit Granted for Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

Queensborough Course

Title

Credits Granted by NYCCT

MA 114

Technical Mathematics A

4

MT 111

Technical Graphics

2

MT 122

Manufacturing Processes

3

MT 124

Metallurgy and Materials

3

MT 341

Applied Mechanics

3

MT 345

Strength of Materials

3

MT 454

Fundamentals of HVAC Systems

2

MT 481

Architecture Design Fundamentals

3

MT 482

Structural Drafting and Design

3

MT 488

Computer-Aided Design Drafting (CADD)

3

MT 489

Advanced CADD

3

PH 101

Principles of Physics

4

 

 

Total Credits Granted

36

 

Remaining Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

NYCCT Course

Title

Credits

ET 142

Networks I

4

EM 250

Digital Control

4

MA 475

Analytical Geometry and Calculus I

4

SC 434

Physics 2.2

4

 

 

Total Credits Remaining

16

Transfer from Laser and Fiber Optics Technology Program at Queensborough Community College to

Bachelor of Technology Program in Electromechanical Engineering Technology at

New York City College of Technology (NYCCT)

 

 

Transfer Credit Granted for Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

Queensborough Course

Title

Credits Granted by NYCCT

ET 210

Electronics I

4

ET 220

Electronics II

4

ET 910

Principles of Electrical Technology

3

MA 114

Technical Mathematics A

4

MA 128

Technical Mathematics D

4

PH 201

General Physics I

4

PH 202

General Physics II

4

PH 231

Fundamentals of Laser and Fiber Optics

4

PH 232

Laser and Electro-Optics Technology

5

PH 236

Introduction to Computer in Electro-Optics

2

 

 

Total Credits Granted

38

 

Remaining Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

NYCCT Course

Title

Credits

EM 220

Mechanisms

4

EM 250

Digital Control

4

EM 320

Advanced Mechanism

5

EM 130

Tool Skills Laboratory

1

 

 

Total Credits Remaining

14

 

 

 

 

TRANSFER

INTO

New York City College of Technology

BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY DEGREE PROGRAM IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

 

 

 

Full Transfer A.A.S. Programs

Limited Transfer A.A.S. Programs

 

 

New York City College of Technology Evaluation Committee for Transfer into

Bachelor of Technology Degree Program in Telecommunications Technology

 

 

 

Dean Sankar Sastri, Ph.D., P.E.

Dean of Technology (Acting)

 

Mr. Vincent DeFazio

Assistant to the Dean of Technology

 

Professor Misza Kalechman, P.E.

Chair, Department of Electrical Engineering Technology

 

Professor Ralph Gittleman, P.E.

Coordinator, Bachelor of Technology Program in

Telecommunications Technology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FULL TRANSFER A.A.S. PROGRAMS

Full Transfer into Bachelor of Technology Program in

Telecommunications Technology at

New York City College of Technology (N.Y.C.T.C.)

 

Admission to the Bachelor of Technology Degree Program in Telecommunications Technology

New York City College of Technology offers a Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.) degree in Telecommunications. The program utilizes a two-plus-two model which permits students to enter the two-year upper division program upon completion of the two-year A.A.S. degree requirements in telecommunications technology or the equivalent.

The college will accept as equivalent an A.A.S. degree in Electrical Engineering Technology (or related degree) from a program accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (TAC/ABET). Students who transfer with the A.A.S. degree from several other CUNY programs in the engineering-related technologies will receive limited transfer credit toward the B. Tech. Degree in Telecommunications Technology. An enrollment cap will be established and students will be accepted in rank order according to their cumulative averages.

Transfer Credit Evaluation

Upon receipt of official transcripts from all colleges attended, evaluation of transfer credits will be completed by the Office of the Registrar in conjunction with the academic department to which the student has been admitted.

Definition of Full Transfer with the A.A.S. degree

All lower division (freshman and sophomore) requirements have been met and students will be granted 64 credits toward the Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) degree in Telecommunications Technology. Students who have taken credits beyond those required for the Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree, should consult with an advisor at New York City College of Technology as to whether the additional credits will be applied towards the bachelorís degree.

Full Transfer Programs

Students who transfer with the A.A.S. degree from the programs listed in Table 1 below, will be granted 64 credits toward the Bachelor of Technology degree in Telecommunications Technology and require only an additional 64 credits for the baccalaureate degree.

Table 3

Full Transfer A.A.S. Programs into Bachelor of Technology Program in

Telecommunications Technology at New York City College of Technology

 

 

College

 

A.A.S. Program

Transfer Credits Granted by NYCCT

Credits Remaining

for B.Tech. Degree

Bronx Community College

Electrical Technology

64

64

College of Staten Island

Electrical Engineering Technology

64

64

New York City College of Technology

Electrical Engineering Technology

64

64

New York City College of Technology

Telecommunications Technology

64

64

Queensborough Community College

Computer Engineering Technology

64

71*

Queensborough Community College

Electronic Engineering Technology

64

64

* Although 64 credits will be granted upon transfer, the student is required to complete two additional lower division courses at NYCCT. The courses are: Transmission Systems (TC 410-4 credits) and Data Communications Systems (TC 420-3 credits).

Chart 5

The following chart lists the upper division (junior and senior) courses to be completed by students who transfer into the Bachelor of Technology Program in Telecommunications Technology at New York City College of Technology.

New York City College of Technology

Bachelor of Technology Degree: Major in Telecommunications Technology

 

Upper Division Major and Major-Related Courses

Credits

 

TC 500 : Digital and Data Communications

4

 

TC 520 : Information and Coding Theory

3

 

TC 570 : Computer Systems

4

 

TC 611 : Satellite Transmission Theory

2

 

TC 611L : Satellite Transmission Theory Lab

1

 

TC 620 : Data Networks and Traffic Control

4

 

TC 700 : Opto Electronics

3

 

TC 740 : Telecommunications Network Management

3

 

TC 750: Legal and Regulatory Issues in Telecommunications

3

 

TC 800 : Advanced Telecommunications

3

 

TC 870 : Telecommunications Seminar

3

 

Subtotal

33

 

Other Required Courses

 

 

 

AC 170 : Telecommunications Resource Control

3

 

EG 121 : English Composition II (Core)

3

 

EG 171 : Advanced Career Writing (Core)

3

 

EN 101 : Macroeconomics (Core)

3

 

DP 500 : Programming for Telecommunications

3

 

MA 372 : Probability and Statistics

3

 

MA 575 : Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (Core)

4

 

PH 106 : Philosophy of Technology (Core)

3

 

Subtotal

25

 

Remaining Core Distribution

 

 

 

PAL: Philosophy / Literature / Aesthetics

3

 

SS : Behavioral Science/Social Science

3

 

Subtotal

6

 

TOTAL UPPER LEVEL CREDITS

64

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIMITED TRANSFER A.A.S. PROGRAMS

Limited Transfer into Bachelor of Technology Program in

Telecommunications Technology at

New York City College of Technology (N.Y.C.T.C.)

 

Admission to the Bachelor of Technology Degree Program in Telecommunications Technology

New York City College of Technology offers a Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.) degree in Telecommunications. The program utilizes a two-plus-two model which permits students to enter the two-year upper division program upon completion of the two-year A.A.S. degree requirements in telecommunications technology or the equivalent.

The college will accept as equivalent an A.A.S. degree in Electrical Engineering Technology (or related degree) from a program accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (TAC/ABET). Students who transfer with the A.A.S. degree from several other CUNY programs in the engineering-related technologies will receive limited transfer credit toward the B. Tech. degree in Telecommunications Technology. An enrollment cap will be established and students will be accepted in rank order according to their cumulative averages.

Transfer Credit Evaluation

Upon receipt of official transcripts from all colleges attended, evaluation of transfer credits will be completed by the Office of the Registrar in conjunction with the academic department to which the student has been admitted.

Definition of Limited Transfer with the A.A.S. degree

Some, but not all of the lower division (freshman and sophomore) major and major-related courses will be accepted to meet lower division (freshman and sophomore) requirements for the Bachelor of Technology degree program in Telecommunications Technology. In addition, credit will be granted for liberal arts courses completed for the A.A.S. degree based on evaluations of studentsí transcripts.

Limited Transfer Programs

Students who transfer with the A.A.S. degree from the programs listed in Table 2 below, will be granted a limited number of credits in major and major-related courses toward the Bachelor of Technology degree in Telecommunications Technology.

Table 4

Limited Transfer Programs into Bachelor of Technology Program in Telecommunications Technology at NYCCT. Credits Granted in Major and Major-Related Courses

 

 

 

College

 

 

A.A.S. Program

Total Transfer Credits Granted in Major & Major-Related Courses by NYCCT*

College of Staten Island

Computer Technology Systems

43

LaGuardia Community College

Computer Technician

32

LaGuardia Community College

Computer Technician - TC Option

33

New York City College of Technology

Electromechanical Engineering Technology

30

Queensborough Community College

Laser and Fiber Optics Technology

27

 

 

* Consult the transfer advisor at your college to find out how liberal arts courses are evaluated for transfer credit by NYCCT.

N.Y.C.T.C. Evaluations of Courses in Limited Transfer Programs

The following charts show the major and major-related courses that are granted transfer credit by NYCCT as well as the remaining courses that must be taken to complete lower division requirements for the Bachelor of Technology degree in Telecommunications Technology.

 

Transfer from Computer Technology Systems Program at The College of Staten Island to Bachelor of Technology Program in Telecommunications Technology at

New York City College of Technology (NYCCT)

 

Transfer Credit Granted for Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

Staten Island Course

Title

Credits Granted by NYCCT

CSC 126

Introduction to Computer Science

4

CSC 220

Computers and Programming

4

CSC 346

Switching and Automata Theory

4

ELT 224

Electric Circuits Analysis

4

ELT 225

Electric Circuits Analysis Laboratory

1

ELT 240

Principles of Digital Circuitry

3

ELT 241

Digital Circuitry Laboratory

1

ELT 442

Computer Hardware Technology

4

ELT 344

Microprocessors: Theory and Applications

3

ELT 345

Microprocessor Laboratory

1

MTH 130

Pre-Calculus Math

3

MTH 231

Analytic Geometry and Calculus I

3

PHY 110

College Physics I

3

PHY 111

College Physics I Laboratory

1

PHY 153

Waves, Optics and Modern Physics

4

 

 

Total Credits Granted

43

Remaining Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

 

NYCCT Course

Title

Credits

ET 242

Networks II

5

ET 313

Communications Electronics

3

ET 352

Communications Electronics Laboratory

1

TC 410

Transmissions Systems

3

TC 420

Data Communications and Systems

4

 

 

Total Credits Remaining

16

Transfer from Computer Technician Program at LaGuardia Community College to

Bachelor of Technology Program in Telecommunications Technology at

New York City College of Technology (NYCCT)

 

 

Transfer Credit Granted for Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

LaGuardia Course

Title

Credits Granted by NYCCT

CIS 100

Introduction to Computers and their Applications

3

CIS 241

Computer Electronics I

4

CIS 242

Computer Electronics II

3

CIS 265

Computer Hardware Interfacing and Programming

3

CIS 292

Computer Logic, Design and Implementation II

4

CIS 293

Computer Repair

4

CIS 295

Computer Architecture

4

MAT 241

Technical Mathematics I

4

MAT 242

Technical Mathematics II

4

 

 

Total Credits Granted

33

Remaining Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

 

NYCCT Course

Title

Credits

ET 242

Networks II

5

ET 313

Communications Electronics

3

ET 352

Communications Electronics Laboratory

1

SC 433

Physics 1.2

4

SC 434

Physics 2.2

4

TC 410

Transmissions Systems

3

TC 420

Data Communications and Systems

4

 

 

Total Credits Remaining

24

Transfer from Computer Technician Program (Telecommunications Option) at

LaGuardia Community College to Bachelor of Technology Program in

Telecommunications Technology at New York City College of Technology (NYCCT)

 

 

Transfer Credit Granted for Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

LaGuardia Course

Title

Credits Granted by NYCCT

CIS 100

Introduction to Computers and their Applications

2

CIS 241

Computer Electronics I

4

CIS 242

Computer Electronics II

3

CIS 261

Introduction to Telephony

2

CIS 262

Data Communications

4

CIS 263

Network Operations

4

CIS 265

Computer Hardware Interfacing and Programming

3

CIS 295

Computer Architecture

3

MAT 241

Technical Mathematics I

4

MAT 242

Technical Mathematics II

4

 

 

Total Credits Granted

33

 

Remaining Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

NYCCT Course

Title

Credits

ET 242

Networks II

5

ET 313

Communications Electronics

3

ET 352

Communications Electronics Laboratory

1

SC 433

Physics 1.2

4

SC 434

Physics 2.2

4

TC 410

Transmissions Systems

3

 

 

Total Credits Remaining

20

Transfer from Electromechanical Technology Program at New York City College of Technology to

Bachelor of Technology Program in Telecommunications Technology at

New York City College of Technology (NYCCT)

 

 

Transfer Credit Granted for Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

NYCCT Course

Title

Credits Granted by NYCCT

EM 110

Logic and Problem Solving

2

EM 250

Digital Control

3

EM 150

Electrical Circuits

5

EM 350

Electronics

4

MA 375

Mathematical Analysis

4

MA 475

Analytical Geometry and Calculus

4

SC 433

Physics 1.2

4

SC 434

Physics 2.2

4

 

 

Total Credits Granted

30

 

Remaining Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

NYCCT Course

Title

Credits

ET 242

Networks II

5

ET 313

Communications Electronics

3

ET 352

Communications Electronics Laboratory

1

TC 100

Introduction to Telecommunications

2

TC 320

Analog and Digital Telephony

4

TC 410

Transmissions Systems

3

TC 420

Data Communications and Systems

4

TC 430

Microcomputer Interfacing

3

 

 

Total Credits Remaining

25

Transfer from Laser and Fiber Optics Technology Program at

Queensborough Community College to Bachelor of Technology Program in

Telecommunications Technology at New York City College of Technology (NYCCT)

 

 

Transfer Credit Granted for Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

Queensborough Course

Title

Credits Granted by NYCCT

ET 210

Electronics I

4

ET 220

Electronics II

4

ET 910

Principles of Electrical Technology

3

MA 114

Technical Mathematics A

4

MA 128

Technical Mathematics D

4

PH 201

General Physics I

4

PH 202

General Physics II

4

 

 

Total Credits Granted

27

 

Remaining Lower-Division Major and Major-Related Courses

NYCCT Course

Title

Credits

ET 242

Networks II

5

ET 313

Communications Electronics

3

ET 352

Communications Electronics Laboratory

1

ET 382

Digital Electronics

3

TC 100

Introduction to Telecommunications

2

TC 320

Analog and Digital Telephony

4

TC 410

Transmission Systems

3

TC 420

Data Communications and Systems

4

TC 430

Microcomputer Interfacing

3

 

 

Total Credits Remaining

28

CUNY PROGRAM DIRECTORY

 

 

College

Telephone

Bronx Community College

Department of Physics and Technology

(Administers Electrical Technology Program)

University Avenue and West 181 Street

Bronx, New York 10453

 

(718) 289-5381

Brooklyn College

Department of Computer and Information Science

2900 Bedford Avenue

Brooklyn, New York 11210

 

(718) 951-5657

The City College of New York

School of Architecture and Environmental Studies

Convent Avenue and 138 Street

New York, New York 10031

 

(212) 650-7118

The City College of New York

School of Engineering (Administers Programs in

Chemical, Civil, Electrical and Mechanical

Engineering and Computer Science)

Convent Avenue and 140 Street

New York, New York 10031

 

(212) 650-8020

The College of Staten Island

Department of Engineering Technologies

(Administers Programs in Civil Engineering

Technology, Computer Technology Systems,

and Electrical Engineering Technology)

2800 Victory Boulevard

Staten Island, New York 10314

 

(718) 982-2970

The College of Staten Island

Department of Computer Science

2800 Victory Boulevard

Staten Island, New York 10314

 

(718) 982-2850

The College of Staten Island

Department of Applied Sciences

(Administers Engineering Science Program)

2800 Victory Boulevard

Staten Island, New York 10314

(718) 982-2800

CUNY PROGRAM DIRECTORY

(continued)

 

College

Telephone

Hunter College

Department of Computer Science

695 Park Avenue

New York, New York 10025

 

(212) 772-5213

 

LaGuardia Community College

Department of Computer Information Systems

(Administers Program in Computer Technician

and Computer Technician with Telecommunications Option)

31-10 Thomson Avenue

Long Island City, New York 11101

 

(718) 349-4040

Lehman College

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Bedford Park Boulevard West

Bronx, New York 11225

 

(718) 960-8117

New York City College of Technology

Division of Technology

300 Jay Street

Brooklyn, New York 11201

 

(718) 260-5525

New York City College of Technology

Department of Architectural Technology

186 Jay Street

Brooklyn, New York 11201

 

(718) 260-5262

New York City College of Technology

Department of Construction/

Civil Engineering Technology

300 Jay Street

Brooklyn, New York 11201

 

(718) 260-5575

New York City College of Technology

Department of Electrical Engineering Technology

(Also Administers Telecommunications

Technology Program)

186 Jay Street

Brooklyn, New York 11201

 

 

(718) 260-5300

 

CUNY PROGRAM DIRECTORY

(continued)

 

College

Telephone

New York City College of Technology

Department of Electromechanical

Engineering Technology

300 Jay Street

Brooklyn, New York 11201

 

(718) 260-5885 /99

New York City College of Technology

Department of Environmental

Control Technology

172 Pearl Street

Brooklyn, New York 11201

(718) 260-5160

 

 

New York City College of Technology

Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology

(Also Administers Computer-Aided Drafting and

Design Technology Program)

300 Jay Street

Brooklyn, New York 11201

 

 

(718) 260-5233

New York City College of Technology

Department of Physical and Biological Science

(Administers Chemical Technology Program)

300 Jay Street

Brooklyn, New York 11201

 

(718) 260-5850

Queens College

Department of Computer Science

65-30 Kissena Boulevard

Flushing, New York 11367

 

(718) 997-3500

Queensborough Community College

Department of Electrical and Computer

Engineering Technology

(Administers Programs in Electronic

Engineering Technology and

Computer Engineering Technology)

222-05 56 Avenue

Bayside, New York 11364

 

 

 

 

(718) 631-6207

CUNY PROGRAM DIRECTORY

(continued)

 

College

Telephone

Queensborough Community College

Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology

and Design Drafting

(Administers Programs in Mechanical Engineering

Technology and Design Drafting and

Computer Graphics)

222-05 56 Avenue

Bayside, New York 11364

 

(718) 631-6294

Queensborough Community College

Department of Physics

(Administers Laser and Fiber Optics

Technology Program)

222-05 56 Avenue

Bayside, New York 11364

 

(718) 631-6366

 

 

 

DECEMBER 1996

 

 

 

Submit with Reviewed Transfer Guide

 

 

The CUNY Transfer Guide for the Engineering and Engineering-Related Technologies has been reviewed by the appropriate department chairpersons or their designees.

 

 

 

 

 

 

_____________ ____________________________

Date Dean of Technology (Acting)

THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK

Board of Trustees

Anne Attura Paolucci, Chairperson

Herman Badillo, Vice Chairperson

Satish K. Babbar

Jerome S. Berg

John J. Calandra

Rev. Michael C. Crimmins

Edith B. Everett

Ronald J. Marino

Susan M. Mouner

James P. Murphy

Robert Price

George J. Rios

Nilda Soto Ruiz

Richard B. Stone

Sandi E. Cooper, ex-officio

Chairperson, University Faculty Senate

Ifeachor Potts, ex-officio

Chairperson, University Student Senate

Robert E. Diaz, General Counsel

Genevieve Mullin, Secretary

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Officers

W. Ann Reynolds, Chancellor

Laurence F. Mucciolo, Deputy Chancellor

Robert E. Diaz, Vice Chancellor for

Legal Affairs and General Counsel

Jay Hershenson, Vice Chancellor for University Relations

Emma E. Macari, Vice Chancellor for Facilities Planning, Construction and Management

Brenda R. Malone, Vice Chancellor for

Faculty and Staff Relations

Anne L. Martin (Acting), Vice Chancellor

for Academic Affairs

Elsa Nuñez, Vice Chancellor for

Student Affairs

Richard F. Rothbard, Vice Chancellor for Budget, Finance and Information Services

Dave Fields, Special Counsel to the Chancellor

 

Graduate and Professional Schools

The Graduate School and University Center

Frances Degen Horowitz, President

The City University of New York

Medical School

Stanford A. Roman, Jr., Dean

The City University School of

Law at Queens College

Kristin Booth Glen, Dean

Affiliate Institution: Mount Sinai

School of Medicine

John W. Rowe, President

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Senior Colleges

Bernard M. Baruch College

Matthew Goldstein, President

Brooklyn College

Vernon E. Lattin, President

The City College

Yolanda T. Moses, President

Medgar Evers College

Edison O. Jackson, President

Hunter College

David A. Caputo, President

John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Gerald W. Lynch, President

Herbert H. Lehman College

Ricardo R. Fernandez, President

Queens College

Allen Lee Sessoms, President

The College of Staten Island

Marlene Springer, President

York College

Charles C. Kidd, Jr., President

 

Senior Technical College

New York City College of Technology

Emilie Cozzi , Acting President

 

Community Colleges

Borough of Manhattan

Community College

Antonio Perez, President

Bronx Community College

Carolyn G. Williams, President

Eugenio María de Hostos

Community College

Isaura Santiago Santiago, President

Kingsborough Community College

Leon M. Goldstein, President

Fiorello H. LaGuardia

Community College

Raymond C. Bowen, President

Queensborough Community College

Kurt R. Schmeller, President

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