Liberal Arts Transfer - Engineering
The Engineering Pre-major provides Madison College students with clear pathways for transfer to several four-year colleges offering degrees in engineering. With small class sizes, personal attention, and high-quality education that transfers, the associate of science degree at Madison College is the on-ramp to your four-year degree.
The Liberal Arts Transfer program at Madison College provides you with many options for furthering your education and completing a bachelor’s degree. Many engineering programs at four-year institutions are highly competitive; therefore, Madison College students are encouraged to apply to multiple transfer institutions. We have agreements and pathways with many institutions across the region.
Plan Your Path to Success!
- New students should attend an Advising, Application, Information & More (AAIM) Session and consider taking the Engineering Seminar course to explore different engineering majors and careers
- Continuing students should view their Advisement Report
- Check how your courses transfer within the UW System
- Current Madison College students and employees can access information and curriculum documents on the Engineering Transfer Resources website
- Attend Engineering Transfer Advising hours, held every Monday 3:30-6:30 pm in room A2005. These hours are for walk-in advising; no appointment necessary!
In addition to the on-campus engineering degrees offered at UW-Platteville, students can complete the UW-Platteville bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering at the Madison College Truax campus through the UW-Platteville Engineering Partnerships (UW-PEP) program. Madison College math, science, and engineering courses are designed to transfer seamlessly to meet the requirements for UW-Platteville’s engineering degrees on-campus or through the PEP program!
Madison College’s math, science and engineering courses also transfer directly to UW-Madison’s College of Engineering (COE). Visit the COE website to learn more about engineering majors and degree requirement at UW-Madison. Students interested in transferring to the COE at UW-Madison should follow the Off-Campus Transfer Student guidelines.
Interested students should contact the Engineering Transfer Coordinator, Jennifer Jackowski, at JJJackowski@madisoncollege.edu or (608) 246-6531 to start exploring your pathway in engineering.
Students earning the Liberal Arts Transfer Associate of Science degree can attend full or part time.
Liberal Arts Transfer Associate of Science degree classes may be offered at these Madison College campuses:
- Madison - Truax
- Madison - South
- Fort Atkinson
Explore financial aid eligibility for this program.
Some of the courses for this program may be available online.
- View the admission requirements for application deadlines, materials and requirements.
- Attend an Advising, Application, Information & More (AAIM) Session to get started in the admission process.
- Visit MATC to learn more about the Madison College experience including campus tours and program open houses.
Once you are admitted into your program, review the Start of Semester Checklist to prepare for your first day of classes at MATC.
Contact Enrollment Services at EnrollmentServices@madisoncollege.edu or (608) 246-6210.
Prospective program students, the information below reflects the basic requirements for students admitted for the 2020-2021 academic year. To learn more about Madison College, visit us.
Current program students (including newly admitted), go directly to your Degree Progress Report (also referred to as an Advising Report or Academic Requirements) to view:
- Progress toward your specific requirements
- Alternative (in lieu of) courses to meet specific requirements
If you have questions after reviewing your report, please see Advising Services.
After completing the Liberal Arts Transfer associate of science degree at Madison Area Technical College, you will be able to:
- Use identified critical thinking skills to pose questions, process information and make decisions.
- Engage in collaborative activities in ways that contribute to the achievement of shared goals.
- Exhibit self-awareness and self-management skills necessary to succeed in increasingly challenging academic environments.
- Recognize the contributions of diverse cultures, historical periods and art forms to the improvement of the human condition in a global society.
- Compute and analyze quantitative data using mathematical, statistical and logical methods to solve problems.
- Explore physical and social environments using scientific tools and methods.
- Communicate with varied audiences by:
- Listening actively in personal and professional relationships.
- Reading and comprehending written materials in the content areas at grade 14 level.
- Synthesizing and organizing information for diverse audiences.
- Research a question by planning and implementing an appropriate investigative strategy and synthesizing the results in an academic document.
With additional education and work experience, graduates may find employment in
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical & Biological Engineering
- Civil & Electronic Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Geological Engineering
- Industrial & Systems Engineering
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Nuclear Engineering