Engineering Science AS

Graduates will be prepared to transfer into Bachelor of Science degree programs in a variety of fields such as electrical, computer, mechanical, civil, structural, aerospace and architectural engineering via two initial study tracks: electrical or mechanical.

Career Pathway

Program Outcomes

A graduate should be able to:

  • analyze and interpret fundamental engineering problems.
  • apply the scientific method to derive solutions to fundamental engineering problems.
  • derive models for solution based on learned methodologies and principles.
  • apply computer-based analysis and solution software to engineering situations
  • show evidence of an ability to function effectively on teams.
  • show evidence of an ability to communicate effectively.

Curriculum

First Semester

ENG 101 English Composition I 3
EGR 111 Engineering Computations 3
MAT 190 Calculus I 4
EGR 102 Introduction to Engineering 3
PHY 151
(17 Credit Hours)
Principles of Physics I 4

Second Semester

ENG 102 English Composition II 3
MAT 201 Calculus II 4
PHY 152 Principles of Physics II 4
SPC 120 Public Speaking 3
EGR 115
(17 Credit Hours)
Engineering Graphics 3

Concentration in Electrical Engineering

Third Semester

MAT 223 Differential Equations 4
CHE 151 Principles of Chemistry I 4
EGR 211 Linear Electrical Systems I 4
Elective
(14-15 Credit Hours)
Core Goal 10: Exercise and Health Sciences 2-3

Fourth Semester

MAT 202 Calculus III 4
HIS 101 History of Western Civilization I 3
PHI 101 Fundamentals of Ethics 3
EGR 210 Digital Systems 4
EGR 214
(18 credit hours)
Linear Electrical Systems II 4

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS CREDIT: 67-68

 Concentration in Mechanical Engineering

Third Semester

MAT 202 Calculus III 4
CHE 151 Principles of Chemistry I 4
EGR 203 Engineering Statics 3
EGR 211 Linear Electrical Systems I 4
Elective
(16-17 credit hours)
Core Goal 10: Exercise and Health Sciences 2-3

Fourth Semester

MAT 223 Differential Equations 4
HIS 101 History of Western Civilization I 3
PHI 101 Fundamentals of Ethics 3
EGR 213 Mechanics of Materials 3
EGR 204
(17 Credit Hours)
Engineering Dynamics 3

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS CREDIT: 67-68

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