Undergraduate Credit


Engineering Program

High school students can receive credit for the Missouri S&T three-hour class MECH ENG 1720, a freshman class required of all Missouri S&T engineering majors, through meeting these criteria:

  • Complete the two foundational PLTW courses from a PLTW certified high school 
    • Principles of Engineering
    • Introduction to Engineering Design
  • Achieve a B average (80 percent or above) in both courses and a score of 6 on the end of course PLTW exam
  • Pay the $200 fee

For information about the MECH ENG 1720 class that would be credited, click here‌ to go to the course's web site.

To download the application for course credit, click ENG College Credit Application.

Biomedical Sciences Program

Students may receive undergraduate credit from the Missouri University of Science and Technology for successfully completing any of the PLTW Biomedical Sciences courses. Students must have taken the course from a PLTW school and received an A or B in the class. In addition, they must score a 6 or better on the national EOC exam. Credit will be awarded for the first year biology electives in the S&T curriculum listed below. Each course is 3 credits. Courses listed for credit on transcript will be by PLTW course titles. S&T course titles listed below are equivalent course references. The fee is $250/course.

PLTW Course S&T Course Credits
Principles of the Biomedical Sciences (PBS) Bio 1943: Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology I (A&PI) Click Bio Sci 1943 for Course Descripton/Outline  3
Human Body Systems (HBS) Bio 1953: Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology II (A&PII) Click Bio Sci 1953 for Course Description/Outline  3
Medical Interventions (MI) Bio 1983: Introduction to Biomedical Design and Innovation (BP) Click Bio Sci 1983 for Course Description/Outline  3
Biomedical Innovation (BI) Bio 1993: Introduction to Biological Innovation (BI) Click Bio Sci 1993 for Course Description/Outline  3

To download the application for course credit, click BMS College Credit Application.