2018-2019 College Catalog 
    
    Oct 20, 2020  
2018-2019 College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Pre-Engineering, AS


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Award Granted Upon Completion: Associate in Science
Credits/Contacts Required: 63/67
Major code: 02/225
CIP Code: 240101

Description

The Pre-Engineering Degree is designed for students who wish to transfer to a four-year college or university to obtain a degree in engineering. In addition to preparation for transfer, this program provides students with a strong general education background. By satisfying the program requirements listed below, a student also satisfies the Michigan Transfer Agreement requirements listed in the catalog. ✪

Transfer Areas of Interest

  • Chemical
  • Civil
  • Computer
  • Electrical
  • Mechanical
  • Paper

General Education Requirements (Min 33 Credits)


Requirements (Min 30 Credits)


Suggested Sequences Per Semester


First Semester


First Semester Total - Credits: 16-17 | Contacts: 18-19


Second Semester


Second Semester Total - Credits: 16-18 | Contacts: 17-21


Third Semester


Third Semester Total - Credits: 14-16 | Contacts: 14-18


Fourth Semester


Fourth Semester Total - Credits: 15-17 | Contacts: 15-19


Note(s)


✪ This degree requires fulfillment of the Michigan Transfer Agreement General Education requirements. All courses used to fulfill the MTA must have a grade of “C” or higher.

* Students should contact their transfer institution to determine which chemistry course is required for their engineering degree.
** Students must choose courses in Social & Behavioral Sciences and Humanities, each from two different subject areas to meet MTA. See advisor for details.
# Choose one natural science from BIOL 110 , BIOL 112 , BIOL 213 , BIOL 214 , BIOL 255 , BIOL 256 ; CHEM 112 , CHEM 201 , CHEM 202 ; PHYS 206 , PHYS 260 , or PHYS 261 .
## Select a computer science or engineering course from the following: CSCI 121 , CSCI 122 , CADD 115 , or CADD 120 .
### Students should contact their transfer institution to determine an appropriate approved elective for their degree.
@ Students should contact their transfer institution to determine if PHYS 206  or CHEM 112  is required for their engineering degree. Some engineering degrees will require both PHYS 206  and CHEM 112 .

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