What is the Maryland Transfer Advantage Program (MTAP)?
MTAP is a partnership between the University of Maryland and Montgomery College and several other community colleges in the State of Maryland.
The Maryland Transfer Advantage Program is designed for community college students with a GPA of at least 3.0 who intend to complete a Bachelor's degree at the University of Maryland at College Park.
Students participate in the Maryland Transfer Advantage Program while completing a program at Montgomery College.
Students participating in the Maryland Transfer Advantage Program:
- Complete their academic program at Montgomery College while planning for successful transfer to the University of Maryland at College Park.
- Begin to explore programs and take advantage of opportunities at the University of Maryland while still enrolled as a Montgomery College student.
- Receive targeted advising at the community college that supports successful transfer and completion of a 4-year degree.
Maryland Transfer Advantage students who have completed 15 credits at Montgomery College receive:
- University of Maryland Advising Services (Town Hall Meetings and open-advising sessions with information on Maryland programs)
- A 25% course-tuition-scholarship for one University of Maryland course per term (not to exceed 9 total credits) offered at College Park or at the Universities at Shady Grove.
Why should an engineering transfer student consider joining the MTAP program?
- Some of the engineering programs at UMCP have required freshman/sophomore courses that are not currently being taught at Montgomery College. For example: Bioengineering requires completion of BIOE120 before admission to the Bioengineering program at UMCP. So a prospective Bioengineering student could take BIOE120 at UMCP while they are still enrolled at MC and thereby be more eligible for direct admission to the Bioengineering program. For a list of possible MTAP engineering courses, follow this link: MTAP (Montgomery College – University of Maryland Clark School of Engineering)
- MTAP students get a 25% discount on one course per semester at UMCP.
Here is a link to the MTAP home page at the University of Maryland, College Park. Follow the link for more information about MTAP and to download the PDF application for the MTAP program.
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MTAP (Montgomery College – University of Maryland Clark School of Engineering)
To assist our transfer students in a seamless transition, the Clark School recommends the following courses for students to take advantage of through the MTAP program. Seats will be granted on a space available basis and by college/department approval. The majors listed below are the Engineering areas transfer students could be benefit from through MTAP. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for permission for courses or any questions.
Requests have been made to update ARTSYS. However, they have not all been completed. Throughout this document, accurate recommend transfer courses will be provided.
ENAE283 – Introduction to Aerospace Systems
ARTSYS update: ENES220 (ES220) is required for AERO only, not ENES221 (ES221)
BIOE120 – Biology for Engineers
BIOE241 – Biocomputation Methods
Course is offered during fall and spring semesters, recommended during second year
CHBE101 – Introduction to Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Course is offered during summer session I and the spring semester; ought to be taken summer session I prior to a fall start of sophomore year
ENCH 250/CHBE250 – Computer Methods in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Course is offered during summer session II and the spring semester; ought to be taken summer session II prior to a fall start of junior year
ENCH 300/CHBE301 – Chemical and Biomolecular Thermodynamics I (future course)
Course is offered during summer session II and fall semester; ought to be taken summer session II prior to a fall start of junior year
ENCE100 – Introduction to Civil Engineering
ENCE200 – Engineering Information Processing I
ENCE201 – Engineering Information Processing II
ARTSYS Update: Only students interested the Infrastructure track of Civil Engineering should take ENES221 (ES221) – Dynamics is not required for Environmental & Water Resource and Transportation & Project Management tracks
CMSC131 – Object Oriented Programming I
4 credit course is offered summer term I and the fall and spring semesters. This course is a pre-requisite for CMSC132
CMSC132 – Object Oriented Programming II
4 credit course is offered summer term I and the fall and spring semesters.
Fire Protection Engineering
ENFP250 – Introduction to Life Safety Analysis
ENFP255 – Fire Alarm & Special Hazards Design
Materials Science & Engineering
ENMA300 – Introduction to Materials & Applications
Course is offered during the summer, fall, and spring semesters
Co or pre-requisite is Calculus III; recommended co-requisite is Physics II
ARTSYS Update: ENES230 is no longer a course. ENMA300 replaced this course
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