Engineering, AES

ENGR.AES.B09

Program Overview

Engineering Science

The Engineering Science transfer curriculum is intended for students planning a career in an engineering field. In general, the first year of study is common to all fields. The second year involves some divergence of course work, particularly in the fields of electrical and chemical engineering, but a high degree of similarity remains among courses in other engineering fields. Students who earn the Engineering Science associate degree may choose one of the following specific fields of engineering at a senior institution: aeronautical, astronautical, ceramic, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, industrial, mechanical, and metallurgical engineering. If you have chosen a transfer institution, consult them to make course selections. Students enrolling in this curriculum are urged to meet with an academic advisor each semester to review course selections and transfer plans.

Additional Program Information

Students are encouraged to select one course in either the Humanities and Fine Arts or the Social and Behavioral Sciences that emphasizes non-Western cultures or minority cultures within the United States.

Use the Transfer Guide

Log on to MyCreditsTransfer at www.itransfer.org to see how your courses transfer to other colleges and universities. MyCreditsTransfer also offers program requirements and course equivalencies.

Program Requirements

Engineering Specialty Courses

Choose 8 or more credit hours

CHEM 2714Organic Chemistry I

4 Credits

CHEM 2724Organic Chemistry II

4 Credits

ENGR 1513Engineering Design Graphics/CAD

3 Credits

ENGR 2503Statics

3 Credits

ENGR 2523Dynamics

3 Credits

ENGR 2533Mechanics of Materials

3 Credits

ENGR 2613Electrical Circuits & Networks

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:8

Supporting courses

COSC 2613Computer Prog for Science & Engineering

3 Credits

PHYS 2614Physics I

4 Credits

PHYS 2624Physics II

4 Credits

PHYS 2634Physics III

4 Credits

MATH 2534Calculus and Analytic Geometry III

4 Credits

MATH 2613Differential Equations

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:22

Laboratory Science

CHEM 1614General Chemistry I

4 Credits

CHEM 1624General Chemistry II

4 Credits

Total Credit Hours:8

Communications

ENGL 1613English I

3 Credits

ENGL 1623English II

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:6

A minimum grade of C is required in ENGL 1613 and ENGL 1623.

Mathematics

MATH 2515Calculus & Analytic Geometry I

5 Credits

MATH 2524Calculus & Analytic Geometry II

4 Credits

Total Credit Hours:9

Humanities

Humanities Course

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:3

Social and behavioral science

Social and Behavioral Science Courses

6 Credits

Total Credit Hours:6

Electives

Electives

6 Credits

Total Credit Hours:6

Choose two courses from the following options: an engineering specialty course listed above, a foreign language course, a general biology course, an IAI social and behavioral science course, or an IAI humanities course.

Total Credit Hours: 68

Suggested Course Sequence

Fall semester

CHEM 1614General Chemistry I

4 Credits

ENGL 1613English I

3 Credits

MATH 2515Calculus & Analytic Geometry I

5 Credits

Social and Behavioral Science Course

3 Credits

Spring semester

CHEM 1624General Chemistry II

4 Credits

MATH 2524Calculus & Analytic Geometry II

4 Credits

PHYS 2614Physics I

4 Credits

COSC 2613Computer Prog for Science & Engineering

3 Credits

Elective

3 Credits

Summer session

ENGL 1623English II

3 Credits

Fall semester

Engineering Specialty Course

4 Credits

MATH 2534Calculus and Analytic Geometry III

4 Credits

PHYS 2624Physics II

4 Credits

Humanities Course

3 Credits

Social and Behavioral Science Course

3 Credits

Spring semester

MATH 2613Differential Equations

3 Credits

PHYS 2634Physics III

4 Credits

Elective

3 Credits

Engineering Specialty Course

4-6 Credits