Engineering

Engineering

What can you do with an Engineering degree?


Engineering is a broad subject which splits into many different disciplines, so the careers open to engineering graduates are wide and varied. There currently is a high demand for talented engineering graduates, and impressive salaries are not uncommon. If you're looking for a job where you can help people, use your science and math skills, and be in demand for decades to come at a great rate of pay, a career in engineering is tough to beat.

Engineering

Follow Your path to a Bachelor's Degree


Pick the pace that works best for you. Transfer in as little as four semesters.

Engineering AS

1ST Semester – 13 hrs

Language Philosophy & Culture from approved list

3 hrs.

ENGL 1301 (3 hrs.) Freshman Comp. I

3 hrs.

MATH 1414 (4 hrs.) College Algebra

4 hrs.

SPCH from approved list   

3 hrs.

2nd Semester – 16 hrs.

 

ENGL 1302 (3 hrs.) Freshman Comp. II or Technical Writing

3 hrs.

MATH 1316- Trigonometry                                                                                                      

3 hrs.

CHEM 1311 (3 hrs.) Prin. of Chem. I – Lect.

3 hrs.

CHEM 1111 (1 hrs.) Prin. of Chem. I – Lab

1 hrs.

HIST. 1301 (3 hrs.) U.S. Hist. I                                                                             

3 hrs.

ENGR-1371- Introduction to Engineering

3 hrs.

3rd Semester – 13  hrs

HIST 1302 (3 hrs.) U.S. Hist. II         

3 hrs.

Transfer Course as needed

3 hrs.

MATH 2413 – Calculus I

4 hrs.

Social Behavioral Science

3 hrs.

4th Semester – 11 hrs.

ENGR 2301- Engineering Mechanics I

3 hrs.

MATH 2414-Calculus II

4 hrs.

PHYS 2425- Physics

4 hrs.

5th Semester- 14 hrs

 

PHYS 2426- Physics II

4 hrs.

Transfer credit as needed

3 hrs.

MATH 2415- Calculus III

4 hrs.

MATH 2320- Differential Equations

3 hrs.