Eastern Illinois University and William Rainey Harper College Transfer Guide



From A.A.S. in Electronics Engineering Technology to B.S. in Industrial Technology (Automation & Control Concentration)


William Rainey Harper College - year 1


Semester 1

ENG 1011 Composition I (ENG 1001G) 3
ELT 101 DC Network Analysis (INT 2184) 0 - 4
ELT 110 Intro Electronics (INT 2324) 0 - 4
 IAI Social Behavior Elective2 (Soc Gen Ed) 0 - 3
MTH 1031 College Albegra (MAT 1400) 0 - 3
    3 - 17

Semester 2

ENG 1021 Composition II (ENG 1002G) 0 - 3
CIS 1004 or CSC 1214 or 2084 (BUS 1950 or MAT 2170) 0 - 3
ELT 102 AC Network Analysis (INT Elective) 0 - 4
ELT 111 Semiconductor Dev&Cir (INT Elective) 0 - 2
MTH 140 Pre-Calculus (MAT 1400&1330) 0 - 5
    0 - 17

Semester 3

SPE 1011 Fundamentals of Speech Communication (CMN 1310G) 0 - 3
    0 - 3


William Rainey Harper College - year 2


Semester 1

ELT 215 Industrial Control Systems (INT Elective) 0 - 4
ELT 203 Digital Electronics (INT 3183) 0 - 4
  IAI Humanities Elective2 (HUM GEN ED) 0 - 3
PHY 121 Introductory Physics I (PHY 1151G&1152G) 0 - 5
    0 - 16

Semester 2

ELT 1406 Programmable Logic Controllers 2 (INT Elective) 0 - 2
ELT 1446 AC&DC Motors (INT Elective) 0 - 2
ELT 2076 Communications Sys (INT Elective) 0 - 4
ELT 218 Microprocessors & Cmptr (INT 4183) 0 - 4
PHY 122 Introductory Physics II (PHY 1161&1162) 0 - 5
    0 - 17

Total: 3 - 70 Semester Hours



Eastern Illinois University - year 3


Semester 1

HST 3350 Industrial Safety 0 - 2
MAT 2110G Brief Calculus with Applications 0 - 3
INT 4002 Materials Testing 0 - 3
INT 3073 Programmable Logic Controllers 0 - 3
INT 1413 Technological Systems 0 - 3
  Foreign Language7 (if needed) 0 - 3
    0 - 17

Semester 2

INT 2043 Computer-Aided Engineering Drawing 0 - 3
CHM 1310G & 1315G General Chemistry I & II 0 - 4
INT 1263 Materials Technology 0 - 3
AET 3703 Machine Design 0 - 3
  Fine Arts (Upper Division) 0 - 3
  Foreign Language7 (if needed) 0 - 3
    0 - 19



Eastern Illinois University - year 4


Semester 1

ECN 2800G or 2801G Economics of Soc Issues or Prin of Macroeconomics 0 - 3
BUS 3010 Management and Organizational Behavior 0 - 3
INT 4843 Statistical Quality Assurance 0 - 3
INT 4943 Manufacturing Management 0 - 3
INT 4274 Automation and Control Systems 0 - 4
  Humanities or Fine Arts (Upper Division) 0 - 3
    0 - 19

Semester 2

ENG 3005 Technical Communication 0 - 3
INT 4833 Automatic Identification and Data Capture 0 - 3
EIU 4____ Senior Seminar 0 - 3
INT 4803 Plant Layout and Material Handling 0 - 3
  Social Behavioral Science GEN ED 0 - 3
INT 3103 Robots and Control Systems 0 - 3
    0 - 18
Total: 0 - 73 Semester Hours
Program Total: 3 - 143 Semester Hours
1A grade of "C" or better is required.
2One course from IAI approved Humanities and Fine Arts or Social and Behavioral Sciences must meet Harper's World Cultures and Diversity graduation requirement. See Harper Catalog for course listing.
3Students may not need MTH 103 based on Math Placement. Math sequence is determined by Math Placement Exam.
4Computer course must be approved by the program coordinator.
5Apply to Eastern one year prior to enrollment. Have official transcripts sent from College and high school.
6Selected INT Electives from Harper College will count towards fulfilling the 15 semester hours required for the Automation and Control Concentration.
7Completion of the second semester of a single foreign language is a graduation requirement. Students are excempt if two full years of a high school foreign language is complete with a "C" average or better.


With a firm commitment to the dignity and significance of each individual, Harper College strives to help each student find his or her place in the world. We seek to provide the necessary training so that every student can achieve his or her personal goals. And, above all, we desire to create an environment in which questions may be asked, theories may be tested and every student who passes through our doors may realize his or her full potential. This has been our goal for more than three decades. It will guide us through the new millennium.


Eastern Illinois University has a rich tradition of preparing students to accomplish their life goals through a great combination of quality academics and personal relationships.

Consistently ranked in the top third of Midwest universities in its class by U.S. News and World Report, Eastern has earned its reputation by offering a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate programs taught by an experienced and caring faculty. In addition to reasonable tuition, fees, and room and board rates, Eastern offers a textbook rental system, saving the average student hundreds of dollars per semester.

A variety of excellent on-campus housing opportunities are available on the safe, compact 320-acre campus. Student graduation and retention rates are well above state and national averages, and that success continues after students earn their degrees -- year after year, Eastern ranks high in job placement, alumni satisfaction and employer satisfaction.

Eric Rosenthal
Director, Centers for Academic Advising & Counseling and New Students & Orientation
William Rainey Harper College
1200 W. Algonquin Road
Palatine, IL 60067-7398
847-925-6672
erosenthal@harpercollege.edu
Wafeek Wahby
Professor, School of Technology
Eastern Illinois University
600 Lincoln Avenue
Charleston, IL 61920-3099
217-581-2318
wswahby@eiu.edu



University Catalog
This articulation course matrix is intended to be complete and accurate. However, the Eastern Illinois University Undergraduate Catalog is the official statement of requirements.

Effective Dates
This articulation agreement is valid from August 19, 2008 through August 17, 2010 .

Program Articulation Agreement
This articulation agreement and program requirements are subject to change. See your community college counselor or advisor for updated information prior to registering for courses each semester. Alternatively, you can contact the Transfer Coordinator at Eastern Illinois University by phone at 217-581-7663 or by e-mail at rlpearson@eiu.edu.

University Residency Requirement
The Eastern Illinois University courses listed in the course matrix fulfill the University's residency requirement.

University Graduation Requirements
Among other requirements, students graduating from EIU must have an overall GPA of 2.0 or higher; an GPA of 2.0 or higher in the major; 40 semester hours of upper-division course (3000-4000 level); complete or have documented exemption from two courses in a single foreign language with a GPA of 2.0 or higher; two upper-division writing-intensive courses and electronic writing portfolio submission and assessment. A complete description of undergraduate graduation requirements is in the Eastern Illinois University Undergraduate Catalog.

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