Engineering, Associate in Science
Effective: Fall, 2016
The Engineering program is a two-year preparatory curriculum for students who plan to continue their education at a four-year institution and complete their major in an engineering science field.
Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of key concepts in the physical, mathematical, and computational sciences.
- Apply mathematical and scientific concepts and principles to engineering problems.
- Present technical information in written or graphic form.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the academic and career aspects of various disciplines within engineering or engineering technology, select a particular discipline, and develop an academic plan consistent with the chosen discipline.
First Semester (15 credits)
|ENG 100 - English Composition I||3|
|MAT 160 - Calculus I||4|
|CHE 110 - General Chemistry I||4|
|EGR 150 - Engineering Topics||1|
|DPR 101 - Introduction to Computer Science||3|
Second Semester (15 credits)
|ENG 112 - English Composition II: Writing About Literature||3|
|MAT 161 - Calculus II||4|
|CHE 111 - General Chemistry II||4|
|PHY 131 - University Physics I||4|
Third Semester (17-19 credits)
|MAT 260 - Calculus III||4|
|PHY 132 - University Physics II||4|
|Any transferable Diversity and Social Justice designated Social Science course (3 credits)|
|Any transferable Global Understanding designated Social Science course (3 credits)|
|Engineering Curriculum Elective (3-5 credits)|
Fourth Semester (15-18 credits)
|MAT 261 - Differential Equations||3|
|Please pick one of the following courses highlighted in blue:|
|COMM 100 - Interpersonal Communication||3|
|COMM 111 - Public Speaking||3|
|Engineering Curriculum electives (6-9 credits)|
|Humanities elective (3 credits)|
Students must take a minimum of one of the following engineering courses as part of the Engineering Curriculum Electives: EGR 200, EGR 201, EGR 210, EGR 220
Students are strongly encouraged to consult with both the DCCC Transfer Office as well as their academic advisor prior to selecting Engineering Curriculum Electives.