Associate in Science in Engineering
Engineers design and create the future. They use the principles of math, science, and engineering to design and build new products or to develop large-scale systems such as a transportation network or a water treatment plant. Engineering problems usually involve teams of people, so engineers must work well with others and communicate effectively.
The Associate in Science in Engineering is designed to prepare students for transfer to engineering programs at four-year universities. Upon completion of the Associate in Science in Engineering, students will possess the knowledge and skills required for upper-division coursework in Engineering.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Students will analyze and interpret experimental results and/or data to make engineering problem decisions.
- Students will use math, science, and engineering concepts to describe, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
- Students will communicate the results of design and/or analysis orally and through text and graphics.
- Students will work effectively in teams.
To earn this degree, students must meet the following requirements:
a. Completion of 60 degree applicable units with an overall GPA of 2.0.
b. Completion of a minimum of 18 semester units in the major with a grade of C (or P) or better.
c. Completion of the Associate in Science graduation requirements.
Please note not all classes are offered each semester. For sections with honors courses, select either the honors version or the non-honors version
Core Curriculum Courses (Required):
Complete 18.0 units from the following:
|EGR 010||Introduction to Engineering (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab)||4.0|
|EGR 010H||Introduction to Engineering - Honors (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab)||4.0|
|EGR 023||Mechanics - Statics (3.0 Lecture)||3.0|
|EGR 024||Introduction to Circuit Analysis (3.0 Lecture)||3.0|
|EGR 024L||Introduction to Circuit Analysis Lab Laboratory (1.0 Lab)||1.0|
|EGR 025||Engineering Graphics and Design (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab)||4.0|
|EGR 026||Engineering Materials (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab)||4.0|
|EGR 030||Introduction to Computing for Engineers (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab)||4.0|
|PHY 004A||Engineering Physics-Mechanics (4.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab)||5.0|
|PHY 004B||Engineering Physics-Electricity and Magnetism (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab)||4.0|
|PHY 004C||Engineering Physics-Light and Heat (3.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab)||4.0|
|PHY 004D||Engineering Physics-Atomic (2.0 Lecture)||2.0|
|MAT 005||Programming and Problem-Solving in MATLAB (2.0 Lecture/1.0 Lab)||3.0|
a minimum of 11.0 units must be in Engineering courses
Required Units for the Major
|Required unts for the major||18.0|
|plus completion of general education requirements
and electives as needed to reach 60 units.
|Total required units||60.0|
Career opportunities include the following: aerospace, architectural, bioengineering, biomedical, chemical, and civil, computer, electrical, environmental, industrial, manufacturing, materials, and nuclear. More career information can be found at http://tryengineering.org/become-an-enginner.