Engineering & Technology – Associate in Science Degree

Top Code: 0924.00

The Engineering and Technology area of emphasis allows students the opportunity to pursue multidisciplinary programs of study at the university level. This area of emphasis provides a flexible environment for high-achieving students to study complex engineering disciplines such as architectural engineering, biochemical engineering, computer sciences, electromechanical engineering, mathematics, mechanical engineering, engineering mathematics, engineering physics, and other similar disciplines at CSU, UC, and private universities.

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. Cognition / Curriculum: Analyze and evaluate disciplinary concepts and principles to solve complex problems.
  2. Information Competency / Resource Planning: Synthesize research findings, disciplinary techniques and technology in the resolution of a capstone assessment.
  3. Student Goals: Successfully realize cumulative achievement to achieve Degree attainment or transfer.

Requirements for the area of emphasis

Courses must be completed with a grade of C or better. All courses must be numbered 001–099. Students must complete 18 units with at least 3 units in three of the disciplines listed below.

Architecture
ARCH 010AARCHITECTURAL DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS3
ARCH 010BDESIGN FUNDAMENTALS3
ARCH 011INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE2
ARCH 012AVISUAL COMMUNICATIONS I3
ARCH 012BVISUAL COMMUNICATIONS II (DIGITAL MEDIA)3
ARCH 014MATERIALS AND PROCESSES OF CONSTRUCTION2
ARCH 020AARCHITECTURAL DESIGN6
ARCH 020BARCHITECTURAL DESIGN6
ARCH 022AARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE5
ARCH 022BARCHITECTURAL PRACTICE5
ARCH 024AHISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE3
ARCH 024BHISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE3
Computer Information Systems
CIS 010INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS3
CIS 011INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ESSENTIALS4
CIS 014C++ PROGRAMMING3
CIS 016JAVA PROGRAMMING3
CIS 022INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET3
CIS 031INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS3
CIS 040UNIX/LINUX ADMINISTRATION3
CIS 062INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS ANALYSIS3
Computer Science
CS 001INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING5
CS 002FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE I4
CS 003AFUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE II (C++)4
CS 003BFUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE II (JAVA)4
CS 006INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED LOGIC DESIGN4
CS 008FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE III - DATA STRUCTURES4
CS 018UNIX SCRIPTING WITH BASH4
CS 038INTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE ENGINEERING5
CS 045DISCRETE STRUCTURES WITH COMPUTER SCIENCE APPLICATIONS5
CS 066ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING FOR THE SCIENCES AND MATHEMATI4
CS 080SEMINAR IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING2
Electricity and Electronics
ELTY 012BASIC ELECTRICITY-ELECTRONICS2
ELTN 015COMPUTER AIDED ELECTRONIC DRAFTING3
ELTN 025LOGIC & MICROCOMPUTER ELECTRONICS4
ELTN 031CIRCUIT ANALYSIS5
ELTN 032DIGITAL AND CONTROL ELECTRONICS4
Engineering
ENGR 001ASURVEYING3
ENGR 002ENGINEERING GRAPHICS3
ENGR 010INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING2
ENGR 014MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION3
ENGR 015BAPPLIED MECHANICS3
ENGR 016ENGINEERING CIRCUITS3
Design Technology
DT 008AINTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL DESIGN AND FABRICATION3
DT 008BINTERMEDIATE DIGITAL DESIGN AND FABRICATION3
DT 008CADVANCED SYSTEMS DESIGN AND FABRICATION4
DT 017BUILDING DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION TECHNICAL GRAPHICS3
Mathematics
MATH 003COLLEGE ALGEBRA FOR STEM5
MATH 005ASINGLE VARIABLE CALCULUS I5
MATH 005AHHONORS SINGLE VARIABLE CALCULUS I5
MATH 005BSINGLE VARIABLE CALCULUS II5
MATH 005BHHONORS SINGLE VARIABLE CALCULUS II5
MATH 005CMULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS5
MATH 005CHHONORS MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS5
MATH 008PRECALCULUS TRIGONOMETRY4
MATH 009PRECALCULUS MATHEMATICS5
MATH 010LINEAR ALGEBRA AND APPLICATIONS5
MATH 022DISCRETE MATHEMATICS4
MATH 055DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS4
MATH 055HHONORS DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS4
Physics
PHYS 001APHYSICS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS I: MECHANICS5
PHYS 001BGENERAL PHYSICS5
PHYS 001CGENERAL PHYSICS5
PHYS 001DGENERAL PHYSICS5
PHYS 002AGENERAL PHYSICS4
PHYS 002BGENERAL PHYSICS4
PHYS 008APHYSICS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS I: MECHANICS5
PHYS 008BPHYSICS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS II: WAVES, ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM5
PHYS 008CPHYSICS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS III: THERMODYNAMICS, OPTICS, AND MODERN PHYSICS5
PHYS 031ACALCULUS-BASED COLLEGE PHYSICS I5
PHYS 031BCALCULUS-BASED COLLEGE PHYSICS II5

Visit the Program Mapper for a suggested sequence of courses.

General Education Requirements for the Associate in Arts Degree