Nov 29, 2022
Dean, Francis Worldwide: Dr. Karen Srba, firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Director: Mrs. Sherri Link, email@example.com
The Engineering/Mechanical Technology, Associate of Applied Science degree program is one of several programs offered in conjunction with Pennsylvania Career and Technology Centers and other training programs as approved. The program enables individuals involved in post-secondary technical programs to be educated in the liberal arts and in the Catholic Franciscan tradition. Courses are offered online.
See Francis Worldwide for admission criteria and information.
Certification and/or Licensure:
This program is not designed to lead to certification and/or licensure.
Estimated Completion Time:
Typically 2 to 3 years of part-time study
Total Credits Required:
Notes Regarding Transfer of Credit:
At least 27 credits must be completed at Saint Francis University. A maximum of 9 credits (combination of transfer courses and credits by means of credit by examination, e.g., AP, CLEP, IB) will be accepted for transfer in addition to 27 credits awarded in a prescribed technical curriculum from the partner institution. (See the University’s Transfer of Credit - Undergraduate policy in the Academic Policy section of this publication.)
List of Articulation Agreements with affiliate institutions.
Courses Required for the Major: (36 credits)
- LIT 104 - Introduction to Literature
- Or SOC SCI Elective (ECON, PLSC, PSYC, SOC), 3 cr.
- COMM 208 - Writing and Communicating in Business
- MGMT 101 - Principles of Management
- PHIL 205 - Discovering Philosophy Reasoning and Responsibility
- RLST 205 - Faith and Franciscanism
- WRIT 102 - Research Writing
- CPSC Elective, 3 cr.
- FNAR Fine Arts Elective (ART, FNAR, MUS, THTR), 3 cr.
- HIST Elective, 3 cr.
- MATH Elective, above 100 level, 3 cr.
- SCI Elective, 3 cr.
- SOC SCI Elective (ECON, PLSC, PSYC, SOC), 3 cr.
Additional Requirements: (27 credits)
- 27 credits transferred to Saint Francis University from affiliate institution diploma and other credits (See note above.)