Engineering: Mechanical, Aerospace, and Manufacturing Engineering Emphasis - Associate in Science Degree

Top Code: 901.00

The Associate in Science in Engineering: Mechanical, Aerospace, and Manufacturing Engineering Emphasis provides a strong preparation for students planning to transfer to a 4-year university and major in Mechanical, Aerospace, and Manufacturing Engineering. The curriculum includes fundamental engineering and science core courses as well as required lower-division courses in Mechanical, Aerospace, and Manufacturing  Engineering.

Please Note: The courses that universities and colleges require for transfer vary. When selecting courses for transfer purposes, students should consult with Counseling Services to determine the particular transfer requirements of specific transfer institutions.

Program Outcomes

  1. Develop technical solutions to mechanical, aerospace, and manufacturing engineering problems using principles of mathematics, science, and engineering.
  2. Analyze and interpret empirical data to provide a basis for solutions to mechanical, aerospace, and manufacturing engineering problems.
  3. Communicate orally and in writing the results of experiments, projects, and data analysis.

Requirements for the Associate in Science Degree

ENGR 010INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING2
MATH 005ASINGLE VARIABLE CALCULUS I5
MATH 005BSINGLE VARIABLE CALCULUS II5
MATH 005CMULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS5
MATH 055DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS4
PHYS 001APHYSICS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS I: MECHANICS5
PHYS 001CGENERAL PHYSICS5
CHEM 001AGENERAL CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ANALYSIS I5
ENGR 016ENGINEERING CIRCUITS3
ENGR 002ENGINEERING GRAPHICS3
ENGR 011STATICS3
ENGR 014MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION3
ENGR 018INTRODUCTION TO NUMERICAL ANALYSIS3
Total Units51

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General Education Requirements for the Associate in Science Degree