UW-Green Bay

Transferring from FVTC to UWGB

Degree Path Equivalents for FVTC

An associate's degree in specific technology programs from Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC) will transfer to UW-Green Bay and fulfill many of the required technical courses for the Engineering Technology Bachelor of Science degree as well as many general education requirements. You may be closer to a bachelor's degree than you think!

FVTC Associate Degree UWGB Bachelor's Degree
Mechanical Design Technology Associate's Degree Mechanical Engineering Technology B.S.
Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology Associate's Degree
Electro-Mechanical Technology Associate's Degree
Electrical Engineering Technology Associate's Degree
Electronic Engineering Associate's Degree
Electrical Engineering Technology B.S.

Course Equivalents for FVTC

If you did not complete an Engineering Technology Associate's Degree, but completed some coursework at FVTC, refer to the table below to see how individual course credits will transfer to fill requirements in UW-Green Bay's Engineering Technology Program.

FVTC course/courses (credits) UWGB Course (credits)
10-660-110 DC Circuits 1 (1) and
10-660-111 DC Circuits 2 (1) and
10-660-112 DC Circuits 3 (1)
ET 130 Basic Electrical Circuits I (3)
10-660-110 DC Circuits 1 (1) and
10-660-111 DC Circuits 2 (1) and
10-620-171 Elec. Motors DC (1)
ET 130 Basic Electrical Circuits I (3)
10-660-114 AC Circuits 1 (1) and
10-660-115 AC Circuits 2 (1) and
10-605-116 AC Circuits 3 (1)
ET 131 Basic Electrical Circuits II (3)
10-660-114 AC Circuits 1 (1) and
10-660-115 AC Circuits 2 (1) and
10-620-172 Elec. Motors AC (1)
ET 131 Basic Electrical Circuits II (3)
10-606-127 Inter, AutoCAD (1) and
10-606-128 Advanced AutoCAD (2)
ET 105 Fund. of Drawing (3)
10-606-121 Elements of Machine Design (3) ET 221 Machine Components (3)
10-420-145 Man. Proc. Cold Machin. (2)
10-457-103 Man. Proc. Hot Welding (2)
ET 116 Basic Manufacturing Processes (3)
10-620-154 Hydraulics 1 (1) and
10-620-155 Hydraulics 2 (1) and
10-620-156 Hydraulics 3 (1)
ET 118 Fluids I (2)
10-628-183 Visual Basic Programming (3) ET 142 Intro. to Programming (3)
10-605-145 Embedded Prog. I (1) and
10-605-146 Embedded Prog. 2 (1) and
10-605-148 Embedded Prog. 3 (1)
ET 142 Intro. to Programming (3)
10-620-169 Electronic Shop Practices (1) and
10-609-101 Electrical safety/Industry (1)
ET 150 Codes, Safety, Standards (2)
10-660-128 Semiconductors I (1) and
10-660-129 Semiconductors 2 (1) and
10-605-125 Semiconductors 3 (1)
ET 232 Semiconductor Devices (3)
10-605-119 Linear Electronics (3) ET 233 Linear Circuits (3)
10-609-173 Program. Logic Control (1) and
10-628-152 PLC 2 (1) and
10-628-153 PLC 3 (1)
ET 240 Microcontrollers and PLCs (3)
10-620-182 PLCs 2 (1) and
10-620-193 Advanced PLCs 2 (1) and
10-620-192 Advanced PLCs 1 (1)
ET 240 Microcontrollers and PLCs (3)
10-628-131 Instr. and Process Control (3) ET 211 Digital Electronics (3)
10-605-130 Digital 1 (1) and
10-605-131 Digital Electronics 2 (1) and
10-605-132 Digital Electronics 3 (1)
ET 211 Digital Electronics (3)
10-606-111 (3) Design Problems (4) ET 322 Design Problems (3)
10-804-120 Technical Calculus 1 (4) MATH 202 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I (4)
10-804-116 Coll. Tech. Math 2 (4) MATH 104 Elementary Functions (4)

Questions?

Contact Professor Patricia Terry at (920) 465-2749 or terryp@uwgb.edu for individual assistance and advice about the Engineering Technology majors.