Engineering

Associate in Science Degree in Engineering 2017-2018

Students will be prepared for engineering internship opportunities or entry-level industrial jobs with skills in such areas as computer drafting, solid modeling, engineering design, and problem solving. In addition, students will prepare for transfer into four-year engineering design, learning the fundamentals of physics, chemistry, and engineering.

Complete the following program of study. Major requirements (24-27 units minimum).

Required Core:
Course Course Description Units C-ID
PHYS 4A Physics for Scientists and Engineers 4 PHYS 205
PHYS 4B Physics for Scientists and Engineers 4 PHYS 210
PHYS 4C Human Relations in Business 4 PHYS 215
ENGR 10 Introduction to Engineering 2 N/A
List A – Select one course:
Course Course Description Units C-ID
CHEM 1A General Chemistry 4 CHEM 110
CHEM 3A Introductory General Chemistry 5 CHEM 110
List B – Select One:
Course Course Description Units C-ID
ENGR 2 Engineering Graphics 4 ENGR 150
ENGR 40 Programming for Scientists and Engineers 4 ENGR 150
List C – Select One:
Course Course Description Units C-ID
ENGR 4 Engineering Materials 3 ENGR 260
ENGR 6 Electric Circuit Analysis with Lab 4 ENGR 260L
ENGR 8 Statics 3 ENGR 130

Program Learning Outcomes:

  1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals.
  2. Identify, formulate, and solve basic engineering problems.
  3. Conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret the data resulting from these experiments.
  4. Make basic design decisions concerning appropriate level engineering problems.
  5. Communicate effectively, orally, in writing, and graphically.
  6. Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context.
  7. Use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary in engineering practice.

Faculty Advisor(s): Glaves


Associate in Science Degree for Engineering 2017 - 2018 Major Sheet