Engineering, A.S.

Length: Four Semesters + One Summer Session

This program is designed for students who plan to transfer to a four-year institution to complete a baccalaureate degree in engineering. Requirements vary among institutions and among the different engineering fields. The following program is a composite of the requirements of the first two years of the baccalaureate degree at most four-year institutions. Students should have successfully completed a minimum of four units of high school mathematics, including trigonometry, and three units of science in biology, physics and chemistry.

 

NOTES

* Engineering students must choose the History sequence option, taking the first course in Semester 1 and the second in Semester 4. 

* In Semester 3, students may choose only from the following Literature options: ENG 251, ENG 252, ENG 271 or ENG 272. 

* Variability in credit hours of electives in EGR is due to concentration areas. Total Credit Hours required to graduate in this degree plan is 61 credit hours minimum. Most complete with somewhere in the range of 61-64 credit hours. Contact an Engineering advisor prior to beginning your first semester course work.

* Consult the transfer institution or the STARS templates at www.coastalalabama.edu for additional information about degree requirements.  Also, see an academic adviser for assistance.

Fall Semester 1

Item #
Title
Credits
History Elective  +
3
Sub-Total Credits
15

Spring Semester 2

Item #
Title
Credits
Humanities Elective (3 SH)  +
3
Sub-Total Credits
17

Summer Session

Item #
Title
Credits
Engineering Elective I (3 SH)  +
3 - 7
Sub-Total Credits
7-11

Fall Semester 3

Item #
Title
Credits
History Elective  +
3
Engineering Elective II (3 SH)  +
3 - 6
Sub-Total Credits
13-16

Complete Graduation Application

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Spring Semester 4

Item #
Title
Credits
History Elective  +
3
Engineering Elective III (3 SH)  +
3 - 8
Sub-Total Credits
12-17
Total credits:
64-76

Overview

Program

Type

A.S.

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