Virginia Community College System (VCCS) Transfer Guide
2020-2021 Systems Engineering, B.S.
These are suggested courses which fulfill some degree requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree in Systems Engineering. Transfer associate's degree programs and courses vary among the 23 VCCS colleges. Be sure to consult your community college academic advisor each semester to make sure you are on track to graduate in an A.A. or A.A.& S or A.S. degree.
|ENG 111 and ENG 112||ENGH 101 and ENGH ----|
|MTH 263 and MTH 264||MATH 113 and MATH 114|
|CST 100 or 105 or 110||COMM 100 or 101|
|Global Understanding||Global Understanding|
|200 level English Literature||ENGH 202|
|PHY 231 or PHY 241||PHYS 160 and PHYS 161|
|PHY 232 or PHY 242||PHYS 260 and PHYS 261 and PHYS 266|
|ECO 202||ECON 103|
|HIS 101 or 102 or 112||HIST 101 or 102 or 125|
|CHM 111||CHEM 211 and CHEM 213|
|CSC 201 and CSC 202||CS 112 and CS 211|
|EGR 120 or EGR 121||ENGR 107|
|EGR 240||ME 211|
|EGR 245||ME 231|
|EGR 246||ME 212|
|MTH 265||MATH 213|
|MTH 266||MATH 203|
|MTH 267||MATH 214|
Grades of A or B must be earned in both MTH 263 and MTH 264 before applying to Mason
Applicants to the Volgenau School of Engineering are expected to work with their academic advisor to plan completion of required MTH courses early. Applicants who have not completed the required MTH course before applying to Mason will not be admitted to Systems Engineering.
Although ENG 112 is a VCCS degree requirement, it does not fulfill a program requirement within the BS, Systems Engineering degree program. ENG 125 will continue to transfer to fulfill the Mason Core literature requirement until 2025.