Transferring from NWTC to UWGB

Degree Path Equivalents for NWTC

An associate's degree in specific technology programs from Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) 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!

NWTC Associate Degree UWGB Bachelor's Degree
Mechanical Design Technology Associate's Degree
Manufacturing Engineering Technology Associate's Degree
Mechanical Engineering Technology B.S.
Automation Engineering Technology Associate's Degree
Electro-Mechanical Technology Associate's Degree
Electrical Engineering Technology Associate's Degree
Electronics Associate's Degree
Utilities Engineering Technology Associate's Degree
Electrical Engineering Technology B.S.
Environmental Engineering: Waste and Water Technology Associate's Degree Environmental Engineering Technology B.S.

Course Equivalents for NWTC

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

NWTC course/courses (credits) UWGB Course (credits)
10-806-286 Calc. Based Physics 1 (4) Physics 103 Fundamentals of Physics (4)
10-660-104 DC 1: Introduction (1) and
10-660-105 DC 2: Circuits (1) and
10-660-107 AC 1: Properties (1)
ET 130 Basic Electrical Circuits I (3)
10-660-106 DC 3: Circuit Theorems (1) and
10-660-108 AC 2: Reactance (1) and
10-660-109 AC 3: RLC Circuits (1)
ET 131 Basic Electrical Circuits II (3)
10-614-113 2D Essentials (2) and
10-606-113 CAD (2)
ET 105 Fund. of Drawing (3)
10-606-157 Solidworks Fund. and Drawing (2) ET106 Parametric Modeling I (2)
10-606-158 Solidworks Advanced (2) ET 207 Parametric Modeling II (2)
10-606-135 Machine Members - Strength (5) ET 220 Mechanics of Materials (3)
10-606-141 Design Problems (3) and
10-606-143 Mechanisms (3)
ET 221 Machine Components (3)
10-623-175 Casting and Joining Processes (3) ET 116 Basic Manufacturing Processes (3)
10-620-100 Fluids 1: Basic Pneumatics (1) and
10-620-101 Fluids 2: Basic Hydraulics (1) and
10-620-165 Fluids 3: Inter Hydraulics (1)
ET 118 Fluids I (2)
10-607-121 Surveying/Mapping (3) ET 103 Surveying (3)
10-506-154 Air Pollution Control Systems (3) ET 201: Intro. to Air Quality(2)
10-506-156 Solid and Hazardous Waste (3) ET 202 Intro. to Solid & Hazardous Waste (2)
10-506-148 Environ. Chemical Analysis (4) Lower Level Elective (4)
10-606-111 Exploring Mechanical Design (1) and
10-660-100 Intro. Electronic Fabrication (1)
ET 101 Fund. Of Engin. Technology (2)
10-605-163 Micro I: Introduction (1) and
10-605-164 Micro 2: technique (1) and
10-605-165 Micro 3: Interfaces (1)
ET 142 Intro. to Programming (3)
10-620-140 Machine Wiring and Safety (1) and
10-413-316 Residential Elec. Code (1)
ET 150 Codes, Safety, Standards (2)
10-660-110 Electronics I: Diodes Basic (1) and
10-660-111 Electronics 2: Trans Basic (1) and
10-660-112 Electronics 3: Op-Amps-Basic (1)
ET 232 Semiconductor Devices (3)
10-605-160 Linear Elec. 1: BJT Amps (1) and
10-605-161 Linear Elec. 2: JFET Amps (1) and
10-605-162 Linear Elec. 3: Filters (1)
ET 233 Linear Circuits (3)
10-664-100 Automation 1: Control Logic (1) and
10-664-101 Automation 2: Motor Control (1) and
10-664-102 Automation 3: PLC (1)
ET 240 Microcontrollers and PLCs (3)
10-660-101 Digital 1: Logic (1) and
10-660-102 Digital 2: Sequential (1) and
10-660-103 Digital 3: Registers (1)
ET 211 Digital Electronics (3)
10-804-198 Calculus 1 (4) MATH 202 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I (4)
10-804-181 Calculus 2 (4) MATH 203 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II (4)
10-806-135 College Chemistry (5) CHEM 211/213 Principles of Chemistry I Lec & Lab (5)
10-506-153 Solid & Hazardous Waste (3) ET 202 Intro. to Solid Waste (2)
10-506-151 Wastewater Treatment & Analysis(4) ET 331 Water and WW Treatment (3)
10-506-155 Water Treatment and Analysis (4) ET 203 Intro to Water and Waste Water (3)

Questions?

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