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Associate of Science in Mathematics and Science Engineering Concentration

 

Gain an introduction to the engineering field and its many opportunities, as well as an overview of the engineer’s main competencies. This program will help prepare you for a technical career or to transition to a bachelor’s program with junior standing.

You can transfer up to 55 semester units into this program.

Degree Requirements

  • 73 total units

    • General Education Courses (33 units)
      • Area A: Communication in the English Language and Critical Thinking (9 units)
      • Area B: Physical Universe and Its Life Forms (9 units)
      • Area C: Arts, Literature, Philosophy, and Foreign Languages (6 units)
      • Area D: Social, Political, and Economic Institutions and Behavior (9 units)
    • Core Courses (4 units)
    • Mathematics and Science Courses (36 units)

General Education Courses (33 units)
COURSE CODE
COURSE TITLE
UNITS
Area A: Communication in the English Language and Critical Thinking (9 units)
SPC 100
3
ENG 100
3
ENG 201
3
or
PHL 200
3
Area B: Physical Universe and Its Life Forms (9 units)
CHE 150A
5
MAT 120
4
Area C: Arts, Literature, Philosophy, and Foreign Languages
Choose one of the following courses:
ART 100
3
EDU 120
3
Choose one of the following courses:
ENG 250
3
PHL 100
3
PHL 200
3
SPAN 100
5
SPAN 101
5
SPAN 200
5
SPAN 201
5
SPAN 205
5
Area D: Social, Political, and Economic Institutions and Behavior—History (6 units)
HIS 100
3
HIS 201
3
or
POL 101
3
Area E: Lifelong Understanding and Self (3 units)
Choose one of the following courses:
ANT 125
3
CD 100
3
ECE 103
3
ECE 107
3
UNI 100
3


Core Courses (4 units)
COURSE CODE
COURSE TITLE
UNITS
INF 100
1
SCI 100 Computer Applications for Scientists & Engineers 3


Mathematics and Science Courses (36 units)
COURSE CODE
COURSE TITLE
UNITS
EGR 100
3
EGR 200 Engineering Mechanics—Statics 2
EGR 225 Introduction to Materials 3
EGR 250 Introduction to Circuit Analysis 4
MAT 121 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II 4
MAT 122 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III 4
MAT 220 Differential Equations 4
PHY 150A General Physics I (Mechanics) 4
PHY 150B General Physics II (Electricity & Magnetism) 4
PHY 150C General Physics III (Heat & Light) 4

 

 
 
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