Students enrolled in one of 13 majors within the Purdue Polytechnic Institute can receive up to 12 credit hours of elective credits (equivalent of four courses) toward their Purdue University degree.
PLTW credits apply to Purdue’s majors that focus on engineering technologies, construction management and technology management offered on the West Lafayette campus and nine other locations around Indiana. The Purdue Polytechnic Institute is the ONLY college at Purdue University that awards credit for PLTW coursework.
HOW IT WORKS
If you enroll in one of these
Audio Engineering Technology
Automation and Systems Integration Engineering Technology
Construction Management Technology
Design and Construction Integration
Electrical Engineering Technology
Engineering Technology (at select Polytechnic locations*)
Engineering/Technology Teacher Education
Industrial Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Mechatronics Engineering Technology
Robotics Engineering Technology
Supply Chain Management Technology
And you’ve completed any of these courses from a PLTW high school with semester grades of B or better
You can be awarded elective credits for these Purdue courses
|Aerospace Engineering (AE)||IT 10200: Aerospace Studies|
|Civil Engineering & Architecture (CEA)||IT 10300: Exploring Civil Engineering & Architecture|
|Introduction to Engineering Design (IED)||IT 10500: Introduction to Engineering Design|
|Digital Electronics (DE)||IT 10600: Digital Electronics|
|Principles of Engineering (POE)||IT 10700: Principles of Engineering|
|Computer-Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)||IT 10800: Computer Integrated Manufacturing|
The Purdue Polytechnic Institute at Purdue University approaches learning similarly to Project Lead The Way. The college uses innovative learning methods, real-world experiences, and industry partnerships to produce graduates who are uniquely qualified for technology-driven careers.
* In addition to Purdue University's main campus in West Lafayette, Indiana, the Polytechnic offers degree programs in nine Indiana communities: Anderson, Columbus, Indianapolis, Kokomo, Lafayette, New Albany, Richmond, South Bend, and Vincennes.