Major requirements and their VCCS equivalents (and RBC equivalents if applicable)
NOTE: The word "AND" between VCCS course numbers indicate JMU credit will be awarded for the completion of the VCCS sequence.
|JMU Course||VCCS Course||RBC Course||Notes|
|MATH 235||MTH 173 or MTH 273 or MTH 175 and 176||MATH 201|
|MATH 236||MTH 174 or MTH 274||No equivalent|
|MATH 237||MTH 277||No equivalent|
|PHYS 240, 140L, 250, 150L||PHY 231, 232 or PHY 241, 242||PHYS 201, 202|
|BUS 160||BUS 100||No equivalent||Not required, but helpful for the engineering management courses.|
|CHEM 131, 131L, 132, 132L||CHM 111, 112||CHEM 101, 102|
|ENGR 112||EGR 115 and 120||No equivalent||VCCS students must take both EGR 115 and 120 in order to earn credit for ENGR 112.|
|ENGR 212||EGR 140 and 245, or EGR 240 and 245||No equivalent||VCCS students must take both EGR 140 and 245, or 240 and 245, in order to earn credit for ENGR 212.|
|ENGR 313||EGR 251, 252 and 255||No equivalent||VCCS students must take EGR 251, 252 and 255 in order to earn credit for ENGR 313.|
Advising NotesPlease Read: This major guide is a list of all possible major courses offered in the Virginia Community College System. Not all courses may be offered at your community college, and you are not required to complete all these courses in order to transfer. Rather, it’s designed to help you meet JMU major requirements before you transfer, and be better prepared to progress through the major once you arrive at JMU. Please be sure to read the advising notes for additional information on the major.
1. Admission to Engineering is limited. Click here to view the admission requirements. Because there are no VCCS equivalents for some of the ENGR prerequisite courses, that generally mean students will be at JMU for three years.
2. JMU has an articulation agreement with Blue Ridge Community College.
3. Requests for individual transfer credit evaluations should be directed to the Transfer Advising Coordinator or the Engineering Student Coordinator.
For more information:
JMU Major Guides for Virginia Community College Students