Elizabethtown College and Lancaster-Lebanon IU13 enter into engineering articulation agreement

Elizabethtown College and Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13 have entered into an articulation agreement for Pennsylvania’s Engineering by Design curriculum. High school engineering courses, completed by students through IU13, are now eligible for higher education credit upon enrollment at the College. The goal is to enroll students in EbD courses which also results in up to three elective credits earned from Elizabethtown.

Students who successfully complete EbD Advanced Technological Applications, Advanced Design Applications, or Engineering Design will be granted one credit per course or up to three credits for completion of all three course electives. There will be no charge to students who enroll in these courses.

For students interested in majoring in engineering after high school, Elizabethtown offers a nationally-ranked Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc.-accredited degree program with concentrations in mechanical, electrical, environmental, civil, biomedical, and industrial and systems engineering.

“Engineering for Society” defines Elizabethtown’s engineering program and aligns with the College’s motto of “Educate for Service.” Opportunities to learn and practice engineering-with the purpose of working to solve the challenges existing throughout the world-are many and varied in Elizabethtown’s program.

More information is provided by the Department of Engineering and Physics.

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