Purpose: The associate of science curriculum in engineering is designed for those who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university to complete a baccalaureate degree program in engineering. The student is responsible for determining transferability to the transfer institution.
ENGINEERING CURRICULUM: (ELECTRICAL CONCENTRATION)
Student Development SDV 100 or any approved SDV course1
English ENG 111-1126
Health/Physical Education Any HLT or PED course(s)11
HumanitiesART 101, ART 102, ART 106, any REL, or HUM 100 AND any course from ART, ENG (Literature), HUM, MUS, PHI, REL, or Foreign Language6
Social Sciences Any course from ECO2, PLS, PSY3, or SOC4AND any course from ECO2, GEO, HIS, PLS, PSY3, SOC6
EGR 110Engineering Graphics3
EGR 120Introduction to Engineering2
EGR 126Computer Programming for Engineers3
EGR 140 Engineering Mechanics Statics3
EGR 251Basic Electrical Circuits I23
EGR 252Basic Electrical Circuits II3
EGR 261Signals and Systems3
MTH 173 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I5
MTH 174Calculus with Analytic Geometry II5
MTH 277Vector Calculus4
MTH 279Ordinary Differential Equations4
CHM 111College Chemistry I4
PHY 241University Physics I4
PHY 242 University Physics I4
Total Minimum Credits70
Social Science Elective3
EGR 252 3
MTH 279 4
EGR 261 3
Social Science Elective 3
Admission Requirements: There are no additional admission requirements for this program other than those established by the college for curricular students. Students requiring developmental studies in mathematics and English may not be able to complete the program within a two-year time frame.
Students graduating from this program must demonstrate proficiency in specific computer competencies by passing ITE 115 or an equivalent competency exam.
Before registering for classes, students should check prerequisites listed with the course descriptions in the back of the catalog.
1 Veterans may be awarded credit for military experience to meet this requirement.
2 ECO 120 and ECO 201-202 contain similar course content. Students should take either ECO 120 or ECO 201-202 unless they plan to take all three courses. Students may not receive credit for ECO 120 if they have already completed both ECO 201 and ECO 202.
3 PSY 200 and PSY 201-202 contain similar course content. Students who take PSY 200 cannot receive credit for either PSY 201 or PSY 202. Students who take either PSY 201 or PSY 202 cannot receive credit for PSY 200. Also, students cannot receive credit for both PSY 235 and PSY 230.
4 SOC 200 and SOC 201-202 contain similar course content. Students who take SOC 200 cannot receive credit for either SOC 201 or SOC 202. Students who take either SOC 201 or SOC 202 cannot receive credit for SOC 200.
Students graduating from this program will be required to participate in a general education outcomes assessment during their last semester.