Graduation Requirements

Graduation Requirements for Associate of Engineering students

The College of Engineering requires that all the students pursuing an Associate of Engineering degree fulfill all the following requirements for graduation:

  • Be an admitted student to an NNMC Associate of Engineering Program;
  • Fulfill all NNMC’s graduation requirements;
  • An overall GPA of at least 2.50 in all coursework;

Graduation Requirements for Baccalaureate students

The College of Engineering requires that all Baccalaureate students fulfill the following requirements for graduation:

  • Be an admitted student to an NNMC Engineering Baccalaureate Program;
  • Fulfill all NNMC’s graduation requirements;
  • An overall GPA of at least 2.50 in all coursework;
  • A minimum of 100 hrs of community/college service (**).

(**) Mentoring, tutoring, internships and research projects are some examples of opportunities for the students to achieve this requirement.  Before you start working on any activity towards this requirement you need the approval from your academic advisor. You can discuss with your academic advisor and/or the department chair about other opportunities.


Graduation Requirements for Post Baccalaureate students

The College of Engineering requires that all Post Baccalaureate students fulfill the following requirements for graduation:

  •  Fulfill all NNMC’s graduation requirements;
  •  A minimum overall GPA of 3.0 for graduation and no more than one C+ or below grade in the  courseware.
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