The Associate in Science Engineering program is designed to prepare beginning engineering students to successfully transfer to baccalaureate engineering programs. Participants in the associate program will enroll in science, mathematics, and engineering courses that provide serious students with the knowledge and background necessary to take upper level
courses in their chosen field of study.
- CHEM181 General Chemistry I (4 cr)
- CHEM182 General Chemistry II (4 cr)
- ENGR181 Graphics for Engineers (2 cr)
- ENGR221 Engineering Statics (3 cr)
- ENGR222 Engineering Dynamics (3 cr)
- ENGL151 English I (3 cr)
- ENGL152 English II (3 cr)
- MATH265 Calculus I (4 cr)
- MATH266 Calculus II (4 cr)
- MATH267 Calculus III (4 cr)
- PHYS281 General Physics I (4 cr)
- PHYS282 General Physics II (4 cr)
- CSIT165 Programming I (4 cr)
2 of the following 6 Engineering Electvs courses are required:
- Social Science Gen Ed (3 credits): Courses satisfying this requirement must be taken from the list of Approved General Education Social Science courses (course type: GSOC).
- Humanities Gen Ed (3 credits): Courses satisfying this requirement must be taken from the list of Approved General Education Humanities Courses (course type: GHUM).
- Additional Humanities or Social Science Gen Ed (3 credits): Courses satisfying this requirement must be taken from either the list of Approved General Education Humanities (GHUM) or Social Science (GSOC) courses (course types: GHUM or GSOC).
- Electives (to meet required 64 credits): 2-4 credits
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Official* 2017-2018 Catalog
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