The Associate in Science in Engineering develops and advances the ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems, and to evaluate solutions of these problems based on engineering concepts and principles.
Completing the Associate in Science in Engineering will prepare students for transferring to universities as well as entry-level engineering positions for those seeking immediate employment.
To earn an Associate in Science in Engineering, students must complete 41-46 specified units, plus General Education Degree Requirements.
In addition to General Education degree requirements, complete the following:
|CHEM M01A/M01AH||General Chemistry I||5|
|ENGR M04||Engineering Design/CAD||3|
|ENGR M12||Engineering Materials||3|
|ENGR M12L||Engineering Materials Lab||1|
|MATH M25A/M25AH||Calculus with Analytic Geometry I||5|
|MATH M25B||Calculus with Analytic Geometry II||5|
|MATH M25C||Calculus with Analytic Geometry III||5|
|PHYS M20A||Mechanics of Solids and Fluids||4|
|PHYS M20AL||Mechanics of Solids and Fluids Laboratory||1|
|PHYS M20B||Thermodynamics, Electricity, and Magnetism||4|
|PHYS M20BL||Thermodynamics, Electricity, and Magnetism Laboratory||1|
|Units from Electives with at least 4 units from engineering course work||4-9|
|ENGR M01||Introduction to Engineering||2|
|ENGR M07||SolidWorks I-Engr Mech Design||3|
|ENGR M08||SolidWorks II-Engr Design Practicum||3|
|ENGR M10||Programming and Problem-Solving in MATLAB||3|
|ENGR M16||Engineering Statics and Strength of Materials||4|
|ENGR M18||Engineering Dynamics||3|
|ENGR M20||Electrical Engineering Fundamentals||3|
|ENGR M20L||Electrical Engineering Fundamentals Lab||1|
|PHYS M20C||Wave Motion, Optics, and Modern Physics||4|
|PHYS M20CL||Wave Motion, Optics, and Modern Physics Laboratory||1|
|Total Required Major Units: 41 - 46|
|MC General Education Pattern: 28|
Double-Counted Units: 6
Electives to meet 60 associate degree units: 0
|Total Required for the AS Degree: 63 - 68|
Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
- discuss engineering concepts and principles, and apply engineering formulas.
- devise logical approaches to solving engineering problems, and assess the reasonableness of the solutions according to engineering concepts and principles.
- explain and apply the engineering design process.
- demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills.
- conduct reliable independent work and develop the skills necessary for effective teamwork.