INTEC American Program
Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM)

The following list of INTEC courses and Lehigh counterparts is intended to assist INTEC students plan their curriculum so that relevant credits will transfer.

TRANSFER CREDIT MAPPING TABLES:

Table 1. First Year Program, College of Engineering & Applied Science and INTEC Equivalent

Table 2. INTEC Courses that Satisfy College Requirements, Engineering & Applied Science

Table 3. Additional INTEC courses (not included in Table 2) and their Lehigh equivalent

Appendix 1. Some notes on the Transfer Credit Policy


Table 1. First Year Program,
College of Engineering & Applied Sciencea and INTEC Equivalent
Fall
Lehigh Course Cr INTEC Equivalent Course Cr
MATH 21
Calculus I
4 USMT 25 or PMA 225
Calculus I
5
CHEM 30
Intro to Chemical Principles
4 USCH 21/22 or PCM 105/125
Chem I & Lab
4
ENGR 1
Engineering Computations
3 USEG 20 or USCS 20 or PEG 200
Computer Programming or
Programming for Engr. & Scientists
4 or 3
ENGL 1
Composition & Literature I
3 USEL 12c &  USEL 21c
Writing & Fund. Critical Thinking
3,2

Semester Credits

14    
Spring
MATH 22
Calculus II
4 USMT 26 or PMA 226
Calculus II
5
PHYS 11 & 12
Intro Physics I & Laboratory
5 USPH 31 or PHY 225
Physics I
4 to 5b
ENGR 5
Intro to Engineering Practice
3 USEG 21 or PEG110
Introduction to Engineering
3
ENGL 2
Composition & Literature II
3 USEL 22c or PEN 130c
Advanced Composition
3

Semester Credits

15    


a For programs administered by the College of Engineering & Applied Science, except for Bioengineering. Bioe students take BIOS 41 & 42 in place of ENGR 5 in the Spring, plus a 1-credit seminar each semester, Bioe 1 & 2.   The Bioe 1 & 2 courses can be taken sophomore year.
Contact Lehigh University Registrar for more information about Physics transfer
Must have ESL evaluation

Table 2. INTEC Courses used to Satisfy College Requirements,
Engineering & Applied Science

In addition to the First Year Program requirements in Table 1, and individual program requirements, the following additional college requirements must be satisfied by all programs in the college.
INTEC Course Cr Lehigh Course Cr
Math
USMT 31 or PMA 311
Calculus III
5 MATH 23
Calculus III
4
  5 MATH 205
Linear Methods; includes differential equations & linear algebra
3
Natural Science
USPH 32 or PPH 226
Physics II
4 PHYS 21 & 22
Intro Physics II & Lab
5
Humanities and Social Science (HSS) Basic Requirement includes Economics
USEC 21/PEC 201 or
USEC 22/PEC 202
Intro to Micro- or Macroeconomics
3 ECO 99
* either PEC 201 or 202 is an allowable substitute for 4-credit ECO 1
3
Humanities and Social Science (HSS) 13 elective credits from courses listed belowa
CTIS 10
Fundamentals of Islamic Studies
2 REL 99
Humanities Elective
2
CTIS 20
Philosophy of Islamic Akhlak (Ethics)
2 REL 99
Humanities Elective
2
CTIS 30
Islamic Family Law
2 REL 199
Humanities Elective
2
CTES 10
Intro. Theology & Philosophy
2 REL 10
World Religions
2
CTES 20
Moral Education & Ethics
2 PHIL 105
Ethics
2
USEL 24
American Cultural Studies
3 AMST 199
American Studies Elective
3
CTES 30
Intro to Civilization
2 AMST 199 (if CTES 24 was taken) or PHIL 199 (if CTES 24 was not taken) 3
CTES 40
Contemporary Legal Issues
2 Law 199
Law Elective
2
USEL 13 (2) & USEL 23 (3)
Oral &  Fund of Speech Communication
5 COMM 130: Public Speaking
*USEL 13 taken alone transfers as COMM 65 (2)
4
USEL 32 or PEN 230
Technical Writing
2 ENGL 91
Special Topics
3
USEL 35 
Introduction to Contemporary Literature
3 ENGL 91
Special Topics
3
USSS 11 (Introduction to Sociology) 3 SSP1
Intro. Sociology & Soc. Psych.
3
USSP 11 (Introduction to Psychology) 3 PSYC 1
Introduction to Psychology
3

a Partially satisfied by the ADFP program, and mostly (or completely satisfied) by the typical ACTP program. For additional information, contact the Registrar, Associate Dean of Engineering, or visit http://www4.lehigh.edu/academics/catalog.
b Contact Lehigh University Registrar for more information about Physics transfer


Table 3. Additional INTEC courses (not included in Table 2) and their Lehigh equivalent.
These courses would meet individual program requirement in some, but not all engineering programs.

INTEC Course Cr Lehigh Course Cr
Natural Science
USCH 31/32 or PCM 106/126
Chem II & Lab
4 CHM 31
Chemical Equilibria in Aqueous Systems
4
USCH 33/34 or PCM 205/225
Organic Chemistry I & Lab
4 CHEM 110 & 111
Organic Chemistry I & Lab
4
USBT 23 or PBI 111
Introduction to Biology I
4 BIOS 99
Elective
4
USBT 24 or PBI 112
Introduction to Biology II
4 EES 31 & EES 2 4
USBT 31 or PBI 211
Cell Biology
4 BIOS 41/42
Biology Core I: Cellular& Molecular, Lab
4
Preparatory for Business, Economics and Accounting
USEC 21, USEC 22 or PEC 201, PEC 202
Intro to Microeconomics and Macroeconomicsa
3,3 ECO 1 and ECO 99a
3 cr of Economics 1 for either PEC 20 or 202; 4 cr of ECO 1 & 2 cr of ECO 99 if both taken
6
USMT 21 or PMA 118
Finite Mathematics
3 USMT 21 or PMA 118
Introduction to Finite Mathematics
3
USMT 22 or PMA 119
Calculus for Businessa
3 Calculus I requirementa  
USCS 21 or PCS 150
Computer & Information Processing
3 BUS 111
Introduction to Business Systems
3
Other CTES, CTIS, CTU, PCO, PEN coursesb   Humanities and Social Science Electivesb  
a The first year business curriculum normally includes the two English composition courses (1 or 3 and 2 or 5), Calculus I, Economics 1, 29, and 45, Business 1 and 5, and electives. Economics 1 is a 4-credit course that includes both micro- and macroeconomics

b During their 4 year program, College of Business and Economics students take 52 free elective credits, 48 of which must be taken outside the college, so all CTU, CTIS, and PEN courses that transfer for credit can be used toward the college requirements. For more information, visit here.

Some notes on the Transfer Credit Policy

  1. Transfer credit from other institutions is the responsibility of the Registrar.
  2. Any students taking credit at other institutions should check with the Registrar on policies and procedures.
  3. Full time students cannot be concurrently enrolled at any other institution, except for the LVAIC Consortium cross-registered courses, without the advanced approval of the Committee on the Standing of Students.
  4. Pass/Fail courses are not acceptable for transfer.
  5. Courses taken at a two- or four-year institution where a grade lower than a C has been earned will not transfer (C- or below will not transfer
  6. Transfer courses may not be used to delete a D or F grade from your cumulative grade point average at Lehigh University. Transfer grades are NOT calculated into the Lehigh GPA.
  7. No student may receive more credit at Lehigh than was granted on the other institutions transcript.
  8. The Registrar has the final authority for the amount of credit awarded toward a Lehigh degree.
  9. Chem 25 & 31 are substitute courses for Chem 75 & 76.
  10. English 3 & 5 substitute for and are the international student versions of English 1 & 2.
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