The Associate in Science in Engineering is designed to prepare students for transfer into an Engineering baccalaureate program by providing foundational training in core courses across the discipline.
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
- Use the scientific method to investigate phenomena in the natural world and use concepts, experiments, and/or theory to explain them.
- Use the engineering method to solve technical problems or create products or processes.
- Analyze and evaluate complex issues or problems, draw reasoned conclusions and/or generate solutions, and effectively communicate their results.
Associate in Science Degree Major Requirements
|Select at least 18 units from the following:||18|
|General Chemistry I|
|General Chemistry II|
|Calculus with Analytic Geometry I|
|Calculus with Analytic Geometry II|
|Calculus of Several Variables|
|Science and Engineering Physics I|
|Science and Engineering Physics II|
|Science and Engineering Physics III|
|Select at least 7 units from the following:||7|
|Introduction to Engineering|
|Engineering Design Graphics|
and Engineering Circuits Laboratory
|Programming and Problem-Solving in MATLAB|
|TOTAL MAJOR UNITS||25|
|Complete Competency Requirements, general education pattern (MPC General Education, CSU General Education, or IGETC), and electives, if needed, for a total of 60 degree-applicable units. 1||35|
Contact an MPC counselor for major preparation at specific institutions.
Please refer to the graduation requirements section of the Catalog for information about degree and certificate requirements including Reading and Writing, Mathematics, Information Competency, and General Education requirements.