Engineering

A.S. - Transfer Degree


This program prepares students for a wide variety of engineering majors at the university. Students should work closely with an Academic Advisor in their choice of courses as they consider which engineering specialty best fits their career goals.

Program Purpose


This program prepares students for a wide variety of engineering majors at the university. Students should work closely with an Academic Advisor in their choice of courses as they consider which engineering specialty best fits their career goals.

Learning Outcomes


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  • Critically evaluate alternate assumptions, approaches, procedures, tradeoffs, and results related to engineering problems.
  • Use written and oral communications to document work and present project results.
  • Assume various roles in the Engineering Design Process and, as a team member, contribute effectively to accomplish tasks.
  • Employ mathematics, science, computing and programming techniques in a systematic, comprehensive, and rigorous manner to support the study and solution of engineering problems.
  • Show that interpersonal, environmental and societal impacts have been considered when solving a problem.
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Program Map


Recommended Program Map / Program Requirements

The recommended plan below meets the requirements to complete this program.  For official requirements, visit the AWC Catalog. If the recommended classes listed below don’t fit your schedule or interests, you can take alternate classes. 

Visit Academic Planning to get started on your personalized Academic Plan, or schedule an appointment with the Advising Office.

Program Requirements Based on Fall/Spring rotation  (AGEC-S certificate also included)

Prior to First Semester

Course Course Title Credits Area
MAT 150183
or
MAT 151 & 183
or
MAT 187 *
College Algebra w/ ReviewPlane Trigonometry
or
College Algebra: Standard & Plane Trigonometry
or
Precalculus *
5+2
or
4+2
or
5
Pre-requisite for MAT 220 
(counts towards elective credits)
  * MAT 187 has a pre-requisite of MAT 121 or MAT 150 or MAT 151 5-7  

First Semester

Course Course Title Credits Area
EGR 188 Fundamentals of Engineering Design 4 Major Requirement
MAT 220 Calculus I with Analytic Geometry 5 GE-Mathematics
ENG 101 
or
ENG 107
Freshman Composition I 3 GE-Composition
ART Choose one course from Arts 3 GE-Arts
 
15  

Milestones:

Co-Curricular Requirements:

Second Semester

Course Course Title Credits Area
EGR 123 Introduction to Structured Programming 3 Major Requirement
MAT 230 Calculus II with Analytic Geometry 5 Major Requirement
ENG 102 
or
ENG 108
Freshman Composition II 3 GE-Composition
PHY 121 University Physics I 4 GE-Additional Course
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Milestones:

Co-Curricular Requirements:

Third Semester

Course Course Title Credits Area
EGR 251 Applied Mechanics - Statics (highly recommended) 3 General Elective
MAT 241 Calculus III with Analytic Geometry 4 Departmental Requirement
CHM 151 General Chemistry I 4 GE-Physical & Biological Sciences
PHY 131 University Physics II 4 Departmental Requirement
SOC Choose one Writing Intensive course from Social & Behavioral Sciences 3 GE-Social & Behavioral Sciences (Writing Intensive)
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Milestones:

  • If transferring, apply to universities

Co-Curricular Requirements:

Fourth Semester

Course Course Title Credits Area
EGR 207 Elements of Electrical Engineering (highly recommended) 3 General Elective
MAT 262 Differential Equations 3 GE-Additional Course
CHM 152 General Chemistry II 4 GE-Physical & Biological Sciences
ECN 250 Introduction to Microeconomics (recommended) 3 GE-Social & Behavioral Sciences
PHI 105 Introduction to Ethics (recommended) 3 GE-Humanities (Writing Intensive)
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Milestones:

Co-Curricular Requirements:

  • Attend Etiquette Lunch
  • Meet with Career Services
  • Apply for university scholarship opportunities  
Open the program map above to view the recommended classes to complete the program. You can also print the program map using the button above.

Transfer Information


UNIVERSITY DEGREE MAJOR LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT
Arizona State University BSE, BS Engineering (multiple program options) None
Northern Arizona University BS Engineering (multiple program options) None
University of Arizona  BS Engineering (multiple program options) None

Transfer Tools


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AZTransfer will provide you with more information and tools on how to transfer to ASU, NAU, and UofA.

Need help with transferring?  The AWC Transfer Services office can provide you with individualized help to explore degree pathways and specific university requirements.  Visit their website or schedule an appointment with a transfer specialist.