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Associate in Science, Emphasis in Engineering

The Associate in Science (AS), Emphasis in Engineering provides the majority of the first two years of a four-year curriculum for students who wish to transfer to a four-year institution to earn a bachelor`s degree in an engineering discipline. With a bachelor`s degree students may pursue a career as an engineer in a number of areas including but not limited to aerospace engineering, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer systems engineering, electrical engineering, industrial engineering, and mechanical engineering.

Details

Academic Plan Code: 
8607
Award: 
Associate in Science, Emphasis in Engineering
Total credits required: 
60-79
Award notes

Students must earn a grade of C or better in each course in the program.

Program Learning Outcomes
  • Apply principles of engineering, science, and mathematics to model and solve an engineering problem. (ECE102, ECE103, ECE105, ECE211, ECE212, ECE214, ECE215, ECE216, ECE216LL, EEE202, MAT220, MAT221, MAT230, MAT231, MAT240, MAT241, MAT276, MAT277, PHY115, PHY116, PHY121, PHY131)
  • Utilize the engineering design process to produce solutions that meet technical specifications and societal needs (e.g. public health, sustainability, and environmental). (ECE102, ECE103, EEE202)
  • Apply visual and spatial reasoning to solve engineering problems. (ECE102, ECE103, ECE211, ECE212, ECE215, ECE216, ECE216LL, MAT220, MAT221, MAT230, MAT231, MAT240, MAT241, MAT276, MAT277, PHY115, PHY116, PHY121, PHY131)
  • Develop and conduct appropriate experimentation and testing, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions. (ECE102, ECE103, CSC/EEE120, EEE202, PHY115, PHY116, PHY121, PHY131)
  • Demonstrate ability to think globally, inclusively, equitably, and sustainably in engineering and societal contexts. (ECE102, ECE103, PHY115, PHY116, PHY121, PHY131, [FYC], [HU])
  • Demonstrate effective collaboration and participation on a diverse and inclusive engineering team to establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives. (ECE102, ECE103, CSC/EEE120, EEE202, MAT220, MAT221, MAT230, MAT231, MAT240, MAT241, MAT276, MAT277, PHY115, PHY116, PHY121, PHY131, (COM), [FYC], [HU])
  • Use effective written, visual, and oral strategies to communicate to a range of audiences. (ECE102, ECE103, CSC/EEE120, EEE202, (COM), (CRE), [FYC])
  • Recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and the implications for society at large. (ECE103, [FYC], [HU], [SB])
  • Demonstrate creativity, curiosity, and adaptability in a variety of contexts. (ECE102, ECE103, ECE104, (CRE))
  • BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING ADDITIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES:
  • Apply fundamental theories of physical, chemical, and life sciences to construct models to demonstrate an understanding of fundamental biochemical principles, such as the structure/function of biomolecules, metabolic pathways, and the regulation of biological/biochemical processes. (BIO181, BIO181XT, BIO182, CHM151, CHM151LL, CHM151AA, CHM152, CHM152LL, MAT220, MAT221, MAT230, MAT231, MAT240, MAT241, MAT276, MAT277, PHY115, PHY116, PHY121, PHY131)
  • CHEMICAL ENGINEERING ADDITIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES:
  • Apply fundamental theories of physical, chemical, and life sciences to construct models to demonstrate an understanding of fundamental biochemical principles, such as the structure/function of biomolecules, metabolic pathways, and the regulation of biological/biochemical processes. (BIO181, BIO181XT, BIO182, CHM151, CHM151LL, CHM151AA, CHM152, CHM152LL, CHM235, CHM235LL, CHM236, CHM236LL, MAT220, MAT221, MAT230, MAT231, MAT240, MAT241, MAT276, MAT277, PHY115, PHY116, PHY121, PHY131)
  • CIVIL ENGINEERING ADDITIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES:
  • Apply free-body diagrams to analyze forces, stresses, strains, and moments on objects in equilibrium. (ECE211, ECE212, ECE215, PHY115, PHY121)
  • Analyze the dynamics of particles, systems of particles, and rigid bodies. (ECE212, PHY115, PHY121)
  • COMPUTER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING ADDITIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES:
  • Apply programming and Boolean logic for algorithmic development to solve engineering problems. (CSC100++, CSC110++, CSC/EEE120, CSC/EEE230, CSC240)
  • Apply circuit analysis concepts to linear analog electrical systems. (CSC/EEE120, EEE202, PHY116, PHY131)
  • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ADDITIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES:
  • Apply programming and Boolean logic for algorithmic development to solve engineering problems. (CSC100++, CSC110++, CSC/EEE120, CSC/EEE230, CSC240)
  • Apply circuit analysis concepts to linear analog electrical systems. (CSC/EEE120, EEE202, PHY116, PHY131)
  • INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING ADDITIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES:
  • Apply free-body diagrams to analyze forces, stresses, strains, and moments on objects in equilibrium. (ECE211, ECE212, ECE215, PHY115, PHY121)
  • MECHANICAL/AEROSPACE ENGINEERING ADDITIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES:
  • Apply free-body diagrams to analyze forces, stresses, strains, and moments on objects in equilibrium. (ECE211, ECE212, ECE215, PHY115, PHY121)
  • Analyze the dynamics of particles, systems of particles, and rigid bodies. (ECE212, PHY115, PHY121)
Required courses
Course #Course TitleCredits
Credits:23-28
ECE102Engineering Analysis Tools and Techniques2
ECE103Engineering Problem Solving and Design2
MAT230Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (5) OR
MAT231Calculus with Analytic Geometry II (4)4-5
MAT240Calculus with Analytic Geometry III (5) OR
MAT241Calculus with Analytic Geometry III (4)4-5
MAT276Modern Differential Equations (4) OR
MAT277Modern Differential Equations (3)3-4
PHY115University Physics I (5) OR
PHY121University Physics I: Mechanics (4)4-5
PHY116University Physics II (5) OR
PHY131University Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism (4)4-5
Restricted Electives
Course #Course TitleCredits
Credits:11-28
Complete all courses in the subplan that best aligns with your transfer and academic/professional goals. If your intended transfer institution is not listed, meet with a discipline faculty advisor to establish a program of study to meet credits required in the Restricted Electives section.
Subplan 1: Arizona State University (Tempe), BSE, Aerospace or Mechanical Engineering
ECE105MATLAB Programming (1) OR
CSC110Introduction to Computer Science (Java) (3)1-3
ECE211Engineering Mechanics-Statics3
ECE212Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics3
ECE215Mechanics of Materials3
ECE216Computer-Aided Engineering2
ECE216LLComputer-Aided Engineering Laboratory1
EEE202Circuits and Devices5
MAT225Elementary Linear Algebra3
Subplan 2: Arizona State University (Tempe), BSE, Biomedical Engineering
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (4)4
BIO182General Biology (Majors) II4
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5)
OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)4-5
CHM152General Chemistry II (3) AND
CHM152LLGeneral Chemistry II Laboratory (1) OR
CHM152AAGeneral Chemistry II (4)4
CSC110Introduction to Computer Science (Java) (3) OR
CSC110AAIntroduction to Computer Science (Java) (3) OR
CSC110ABIntroduction to Computer Science (Java) (4)3-4
ECE105MATLAB Programming1
EEE202Circuits and Devices5
Subplan 3: Arizona State University (Tempe), BSE, Chemical Engineering
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO182General Biology (Majors) II (4) OR
BIO201Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4) OR
BIO205Microbiology (4) OR
BIO220Biology of Microorganisms (4) OR
ECE111Bioengineering Systems (3)3-4
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5)
OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)4-5
CHM152General Chemistry II (3) AND
CHM152LLGeneral Chemistry II Laboratory (1) OR
CHM152AAGeneral Chemistry II (4)4
CHM235General Organic Chemistry I3
CHM235LLGeneral Organic Chemistry I Laboratory1
CHM236General Organic Chemistry IIA3
MAT225Elementary Linear Algebra3
Subplan 4: Arizona State University (Tempe), BSE, Civil Engineering
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO182General Biology (Majors) II (4) OR
CHM230Fundamental Organic Chemistry (3) OR
GLG101Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lecture (3)3-4
ECE211Engineering Mechanics-Statics3
ECE212Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics3
ECE215Mechanics of Materials3
MAT225Elementary Linear Algebra3
Subplan 5: Arizona State University (Tempe), BSE, Computer Systems Engineering
CSC110Introduction to Computer Science (Java) (3) OR
CSC110AAIntroduction to Computer Science (Java) (3) OR
CSC110ABIntroduction to Computer Science (Java) (4)3-4
CSC/EEE120Digital Design Fundamentals4
CSC205Object-Oriented Programming and Data Structures (3) OR
CSC205AAObject-Oriented Programming and Data Structures (3) OR
CSC205ABObject-Oriented Programming and Data Structures (4)3-4
CSC/EEE220Programming for Computer Engineering3
CSC/EEE230Computer Organization and Assembly Language4
EEE202Circuits and Devices5
MAT227Discrete Mathematical Structures3
Subplan 6: Arizona State University (Tempe), BSE, Electrical Engineering
CSC100Introduction to Computer Science (C++) (3) OR
CSC100AAIntroduction to Computer Science (C++) (3) OR
CSC100ABIntroduction to Computer Science (C++) (4)3-4
CSC/EEE120Digital Design Fundamentals4
CSC/EEE230Computer Organization and Assembly Language4
EEE202Circuits and Devices5
PHY241University Physics III: Thermodynamics, Optics, and Wave Phenomena4
Subplan 7: Arizona State University (Polytechnic), BSE, Engineering
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5)
OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)4-5
CIS162ADC#: Level I (3) OR
CSC100Introduction to Computer Science (C++) (3) OR
CSC100AAIntroduction to Computer Science (C++) (3) OR
CSC100ABIntroduction to Computer Science (C++) (4) OR
CSC110Introduction to Computer Science (Java) (3) OR
CSC110AAIntroduction to Computer Science (Java) (3) OR
CSC110ABIntroduction to Computer Science (Java) (4)3-4
ECE216Computer-Aided Engineering2
ECE216LLComputer-Aided Engineering Laboratory1
EEE202Circuits and Devices5
Lower Division Secondary Focus Area Credits:0-6
The secondary focus area includes up to six (6) lower division credits that form a coherent theme. Students must take two courses from the same or similar subjects, as students will take two upper division classes of the same subject at ASU. Recommended Maricopa prefixes: CAD, CNS, ECE, EEE, MET, MIT, or MNT.
CAD+++ Any CAD Computer-Aided Drafting course
CNS+++ Any CNS Construction course
ECE+++ Any ECE Engineering Science course
EEE+++ Any EEE Electrical Engineering course
MET+++ Any MET Manufacturing Technology course
MIT+++ Any MIT Manufacturing Industrial Technology course
MNT+++ Any MNT Micro and Nanotechnology course
Subplan 8: Arizona State University (Tempe), BSE, Industrial Engineering
CSC110Introduction to Computer Science (Java) (3) OR
CSC110AAIntroduction to Computer Science (Java) (3) OR
CSC110ABIntroduction to Computer Science (Java) (4)3-4
CSC/EEE120Digital Design Fundamentals (4) OR
CSC240Introduction to Different Programming Languages (3) OR
EEE202Circuits and Devices (5)3-5
CSC205Object-Oriented Programming and Data Structures (3) OR
CSC205AAObject-Oriented Programming and Data Structures (3) OR
CSC205ABObject-Oriented Programming and Data Structures (4)3-4
ECE211Engineering Mechanics-Statics3
MAT225Elementary Linear Algebra3
Subplan 9: Northern Arizona University, BS, Civil Engineering
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5)
OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)4-5
CON241Surveying3
ECE211Engineering Mechanics-Statics3
ECE212Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics3
ECE215Mechanics of Materials3
GLG101Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lecture (3) AND
GLG103Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lab (1)
OR
GLG101INIntroduction to Geology I - Physical (4)
OR
GLG110Geological Disasters and the Environment (3) AND
GLG111Geological Disasters and the Environment Lab (1)4
Subplan 10: Northern Arizona University, BS, Computer Engineering
AST101Survey of Astronomy (4)
OR
AST111Introduction to Solar System Astronomy (4)
OR
AST112Introduction to Stars, Galaxies, and Cosmology (4)
OR
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4)
OR
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5)
OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)
OR
GLG101Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lecture (3) AND
GLG103Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lab (1)
OR
GLG101INIntroduction to Geology I - Physical (4)4-5
CSC110ABIntroduction to Computer Science (Java)4
CSC/EEE120Digital Design Fundamentals4
CSC205ABObject Oriented Programming and Data Structures4
CSC/EEE220Programming for Computer Engineering3
EEE202Circuits and Devices5
MAT227Discrete Mathematical Structures3
Subplan 11: Northern Arizona University, BS, Electrical Engineering
AST101Survey of Astronomy (4)
OR
AST111Introduction to Solar System Astronomy (4)
OR
AST112Introduction to Stars, Galaxies, and Cosmology (4)
OR
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4)
OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (4)
OR
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5)
OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)
OR
GLG101Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lecture (3) AND
GLG103Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lab (1)
OR
GLG101INIntroduction to Geology I - Physical (4)4-5
EEE202Circuits and Devices5
PHY241University Physics III: Thermodynamics, Optics, and Wave Phenomena4
Subplan 12: Northern Arizona University, BS, Mechanical Engineering
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5)
OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)4-5
ECE211Engineering Mechanics-Statics3
ECE212Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics3
ECE215Mechanics of Materials3
ECE216Computer-Aided Engineering2
ECE216LLComputer-Aided Engineering Laboratory1
EEE202Circuits and Devices5
Subplan 13: University of Arizona, BS, Aerospace Engineering
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5)
OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)4-5
ECE105MATLAB Programming1
ECE211Engineering Mechanics-Statics3
ECE212Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics3
Subplan 14: University of Arizona, BS, Biomedical Engineering
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4) OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (4)4
BIO201Human Anatomy and Physiology I4
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5)
OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)4-5
CHM152General Chemistry II (3) AND
CHM152LLGeneral Chemistry II Laboratory (1) OR
CHM152AAGeneral Chemistry II (5)4-5
ECE211Engineering Mechanics-Statics3
Subplan 15: University of Arizona, BS, Chemical Engineering
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5)
OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)4-5
CHM152General Chemistry II (3) AND
CHM152LLGeneral Chemistry II Laboratory (1) OR
CHM152AAGeneral Chemistry II (5)4-5
CHM235General Organic Chemistry I3
CHM235LLGeneral Organic Chemistry I Laboratory1
CHM236General Organic Chemistry IIA3
Subplan 16: University of Arizona, BS, Civil Engineering
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4)
OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (4)
OR
GLG101Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lecture (3) AND
GLG103Introduction to Geology I - Physical Lab (1)
OR
GLG101INIntroduction to Geology I - Physical (4)4
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5)
OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)4-5
CON241Surveying3
ECE211Engineering Mechanics-Statics3
ECE215Mechanics of Materials3
Subplan 17: University of Arizona, BS, Electrical and Computer Engineering (either emphasis)
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5)
OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)4-5
EEE202Circuits and Devices5
MAT227Discrete Mathematical Structures3
Subplan 18: University of Arizona, BS, Industrial Engineering
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5)
OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)4-5
CHM152General Chemistry II (3) AND
CHM152LLGeneral Chemistry II Laboratory (1) OR
CHM152AAGeneral Chemistry II (5)4-5
CSC100Introduction to Computer Science (C++) (3) OR
CSC100AAIntroduction to Computer Science (C++) (3) OR
CSC100ABIntroduction to Computer Science (C++) (4) OR
CSC110Introduction to Computer Science (Java) (3) OR
CSC110AAIntroduction to Computer Science (Java) (3) OR
CSC110ABIntroduction to Computer Science (Java) (4)3-4
Subplan 19: University of Arizona, BS, Mechanical Engineering
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5)
OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)4-5
ECE105MATLAB Programming1
ECE211Engineering Mechanics-Statics3
ECE212Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics3
ECE216Computer-Aided Engineering2
ECE216LLComputer-Aided Engineering Laboratory1
Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC)
AGEC-SCredits: 22-32
A single course with an [HU], [SB], or [L] designation may also be used to satisfy the Oral Communication, Critical Reading, or Awareness Area ([C], [G] and/or [H]) requirement(s).
A single course with both the [HU] and [L] designations may be used to satisfy both of these areas.

A single course with both the [SB] and [L] designations may be used to satisfy both of these areas.

 
First-Year Composition [FYC]Credits: 6
ENG101First-Year Composition (3) OR
ENG107First-Year Composition for ESL (3) AND
ENG102First-Year Composition (3) OR
ENG108First-Year Composition for ESL (3)6
 
Literacy and Critical Inquiry [L]Credits: 0-3
Any approved general education course in the Literacy and Critical Inquiry [L] area.0-3
AIS213or COM241 or DAH255 or ENG200 or ENG218 or ENH241 or ENH254 or ENH255 or ENH277AE or HUM250 or HUM251 or MHL204 or PHI103 or PHI218 or PHI224 or REL203 or REL205 or REL207 or SLC202 or THE220 or THP241 or any course with both the [HU] and [L] designations recommended.
 
Mathematics [MA]Credits: 4-5
MAT220Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (5) OR
MAT221Calculus with Analytic Geometry I (4) OR
Any approved general education course in the Mathematical Applications [MA] area for which MAT22+ is a prerequisite. (4-5)4-5
 
Humanities, Arts and Design [HU]Credits: 6
Any approved general education courses in the Humanities, Arts and Design [HU] area.6
PHI105Introduction to Ethics 3 recommended for students intending to transfer to NAU to earn a BS in Civil Engineering.
AIS213or COM241 or DAH255 or ENG200 or ENG218 or ENH241 or ENH254 or ENH255 or ENH277AE or HUM250 or HUM251 or MHL204 or PHI103 or PHI218 or PHI224 or REL203 or REL205 or REL207 or SLC202 or THE220 or THP241 or any course with both the [HU] and [L] designations recommended.
AIS213or ARH145 or CCS101 or DAH250 or DAH255 or EDU/HUM/STO292 or EDU/ENH/STO294 or ENH110 or ENH112 or ENH114 or ENH190 or ENH241 or ENH255 or ENH259 or ENH260 or ENH280 or ENH/WST284 or ENH/WST285 or ENH295 or HIS203 or HUM209 or HUM214 or HUM260 or MHL145 or MHL155 or MHL204 or REL203 or REL225 or SPH245 or WST209 or any course with the [HU] and [C] designations recommended.
 
Social-Behavioral Sciences [SB]Credits: 6
Any approved general education courses in the Social-Behavioral Sciences [SB] area.6
ECN211OR ECN212 recommended for students intending to transfer to ASU to earn a BSE in Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Industrial Engineering.
COM100,COM110, or COM230 recommended.
AFR/ASB/CCS202or AFR203 or AFR204 or AIS/HIS140 or AIS/SOC141 or ASB100 or ASB102 or ASB211 or ASB222 or ASB223 or ASB226 or ASB235 or ASB252 or BHS150 or COM163 or COM263 or ECN160 or ECN213 or ECN250 or GCU102 or GCU/POS113 or GCU121 or GCU122 or GCU141 or GCU221 or HIS100 or HIS101 or HIS102 or HIS103 or HIS104 or HIS105 or HIS106 or HIS109 or HIS113 or HIS114 or HIS145 or HIS173 or HIS201 or HIS203 or HIS204 or HIS209 or HIS241 or HIS242 or HIS273 or HIS277 or IBS109 or IFS210 or POS114 or POS120 or POS125 or POS140 or PSY132 or PSY225 or SBU200 or SOC241 or SOC270 or SSH111 or SWU271 or WST161 or any course with the [SB] and ([G] or [H]) designations recommended.
 
Natural Sciences [SG]/[SQ]Credits: 0
Met by PHY115 and PHY116 OR PHY121 and PHY131 in Required Courses.
 
Awareness AreasCredits: 0-6
These requirements may be shared with Core Requirements.
 
Cultural Diversity in the US [C]Credits: 0-3
0-3
 
Historical/Global Awareness [H]/[G]Credits: 0-3
Any approved general education course with the Historical [H] or Global [G] awareness area designation.0-3
 
MCCCD Additional Requirements
MCCCD Additional RequirementsCredits: 0-6
Courses in this area may also be applied to the AGEC Core Requirements. To minimize total credits required for degree and maximize transferable credits, it is recommended that courses be selected that meet more than one requirement wherever possible.
 
Oral CommunicationCredits: 0-3
COM100Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR
COM110Interpersonal Communication (3) OR
COM225Public Speaking (3) OR
COM230Small Group Communication (3)3
COM100,COM110, or COM230 recommended.
 
Critical ReadingCredits: 0-3
CRE101College Critical Reading and Critical Thinking (3) OR
Equivalent as indicated by assessment (0)0-3
General Electives
General Electives
Course #Course TitleCredits
Credits:0-8
Select additional courses 100-level or higher to complete a minimum of 60 semester credits but no more than a total of 64 semester credits. Consult with the Program Director or an Academic Advisor.
Recommended for students intending to transfer to ASU to earn a BSE in Aerospace, Civil, Electrical, Industrial, or Mechanical Engineering:
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5)
OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)4-5
CHM152General Chemistry II (3) AND
CHM152LLGeneral Chemistry II Laboratory (1) OR
CHM152AAGeneral Chemistry II (5)4-5
Recommended for students intending to transfer to ASU to earn a BSE in Biomedical Engineering:
BIO201Human Anatomy and Physiology I4
BIO202Human Anatomy and Physiology II4
Recommended for students intending to transfer to ASU to earn a BSE in Computer Systems Engineering:
BIO181General Biology (Majors) I (4)
OR
BIO181XTGeneral Biology (Majors) I (4)
OR
BIO182General Biology (Majors) II (4)
OR
CHM150General Chemistry I (4) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM150AAGeneral Chemistry I (5)
OR
CHM151General Chemistry I (3) AND
CHM151LLGeneral Chemistry I Laboratory (1)
OR
CHM151AAGeneral Chemistry I (4)4-5
Recommended for students intending to transfer to NAU to earn a BS in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering:
CSC110Introduction to Computer Science (Java) (3) OR
CSC110AAIntroduction to Computer Science (Java) (3) OR
CSC110ABIntroduction to Computer Science (Java) (4)3-4
CSC/EEE120Digital Design Fundamentals4
CSC205Object-Oriented Programming and Data Structures (3) OR
CSC205AAObject-Oriented Programming and Data Structures (3) OR
CSC205ABObject-Oriented Programming and Data Structures (4)3-4
CSC/EEE220Programming for Computer Engineering3
Recommended for students intending to transfer to U of A to earn a BS in Aerospace, Biomedical, Computer, Electrical, or Mechanical Engineering:
CSC110Introduction to Computer Science (Java) (3) OR
CSC110AAIntroduction to Computer Science (Java) (3) OR
CSC110ABIntroduction to Computer Science (Java) (4)3-4
CSC/EEE120Digital Design Fundamentals4
CSC205Object-Oriented Programming and Data Structures (3) OR
CSC205AAObject-Oriented Programming and Data Structures (3) OR
CSC205ABObject-Oriented Programming and Data Structures (4)3-4
CSC/EEE220Programming for Computer Engineering3
Recommended for students seeking a project-based learning experience:
ECE104EPICS Gold I (2) OR
ECE294++Special Topics in Engineering (1-4) OR
ECE298++Special Projects (1-3)1-4
(EPICS is Engineering Projects in Community Service. Students who complete ECE104 may continue the EPICS sequence at ASU.)

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