Oct 14, 2019  
2019-2020 Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Catalog

Transfer Engineering, AS


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Associate of Science Engineering - Guided Pathway to Success
The Associate of Science in Engineering serves students interested in a wide variety of fields within the engineering discipline. Engineers are responsible for applying mathematical and scientific principles to solving problems and designing and monitoring infrastructure that impacts many aspects of our daily life. Fields within engineering include, but are not limited to, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, petroleum engineering, and chemical engineering. Because of the wide variety of specialization within this field, students should discuss the selection of pathway electives with their advisor as well as their intended transfer institution.

Extra-Curricular/Co-curricular Opportunities at ECC
The Engineering Club at East Central College serves to provide an environment for students to explore science and engineering while serving ECC and the engineering program.

Campus Offered Credits Required
Union 64

 

Program of Study


This sequence of courses is designed for the student who plans to attend ECC full-time and is prepared to take Calculus I as an entering freshman. Part-time study is also available. Please contact an academic advisor for complete course options. For the most current academic schedule (which is subject to change), visit the college Web site at www.eastcentral.edu.

Year 1


Year 2


Specific Degree Requirements for Each Type of Engineering


Type of Engineering Specific Humanities/Social Science Requirements Specific History or Government Requirement Specific Communication Requirement Technical Electives
 
Aerospace Ethics and Literature     Statics, Dynamics, C++ Programming, Circuits
Architectural One must be upper level History   Statics, Dynamics, Circuits, Engineering Statistics
Ceramic One must be upper level     Statics, Engineering Statistics, Chem II
Chemical       Chem II, Organic Chem I, Organic Chem II, C++ Programming
Civil       Geology, Statics, Dynamics
Computer One must be Public Speaking   English Comp II C++ Programming, Circuits, Statistics
Electrical One must be Public Speaking   English Comp II C++ Programming, Circuits, Statistics
Engineering Management One must be General Psychology     Statics, Dynamics, C++ Programming, Circuits, Engineering Statistics
Environmental   History   Chem II, Geology, Biology, Engineering Statistics, Statics, Dynamics
Geological One must be upper level   Public Speaking Engineering Statistics, Geology, Biology, Statics, Dynamics
Mechanical One must be a Literature     Statics, Dynamics, Engineering Statistics, C++ Programming, Circuits, Metallurgy
Metallurgical One must be upper level     Engineering Statistics, Statics, Circuits, Metallurgy
Mining One must be upper level   Technical Writing Engineering Statistics, Geology, Metallurgy
Nuclear One must be upper level   English Comp II Engineering Statistics, Statics, C++ Programming, Metallurgy
Petroleum One must be upper level   Technical Writing Geology, Statics, Dynamics
 

 

Missouri S&T Accepted Humanities and Social Science Electives


(***denotes upper level courses)

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