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The Pre-Engineering program is designed for students intending to transfer to a four-year institution upon completion of this two-year Associate of Science degree. There is a large variety of specialties within the field of engineering that students can choose to focus on, such as aerospace, chemical, construction, electrical, mechanical, nuclear, civil, and computer engineering, just to name a few. Engineering has become increasingly diverse. It’s not just about building and designing things—it’s about building and designing environments where people can work, live, and thrive. A bachelor’s degree in engineering is required for almost all entry-level engineering jobs.
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MAT 211 - Calculus I
ENG 105 - Composition I
CHM 166 - General Chemistry I
EGR 100 - Engineering Orientation
EGR 160 - Engineering I
MAT 217 - Calculus II
ENG 106 - Composition II
PHY 210 - Classical Physics I
PHY 211 - Classical Physics I Lab
EGR 165 - Engineering II
MAT 220 - Calculus III
PHY 220 - Classical Physics II
PHY 221 - Classical Physics II Lab
MAT 227 - Elementary Differential Equations with Laplace
SPC 112 - Public Speaking
CHM 176 - General Chemistry II
Total Semester Hours Required: 64.0
Upon the successful completion of the program students will:
- Calculate and apply derivatives.
- Calculate and apply integrals.
- Analyze and compute infinite series and sequences.
- Work in team setting.
- Solve engineering problems.
- Solve physics problems.
- A minimum of a Bachelor's Degree is necessary for employment in this area.
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