Associate of Science Degree in Engineering
After completing an A.S. degree in Engineering, a student will be able to:
- Identify and to solve environmental problems.
- Apply fundamental science and engineering in an integrative fashion, to effectively work and solve problems at the interface of mathematics, science, engineering and technology
- Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills.
- Apply diverse techniques, methods, and tools towards the solution of engineering problems.
- Apply the engineering process and design driven research.
- Conduct reliable independent work as well as teamwork experience.
- Identify and apply ethical principles and standards.
Required Core Courses
|Course Name||Course Title||Units|
|CHEM 1A||General Chemistry||5 units|
|ENGR 10||Intro to Engineering||4 units|
|ENGR 20||Engineering Graphics||3 units|
|ENGR 21||Intro to Computing for Scientists and Engineers||3 units|
|ENGR 23||Intro to Computing for Scientists and Engineers||3 units|
|ENGR 24||Intro to Circuit Analysis||3 units|
|MATH 3A||Analytical Geometry and Calculus||5 units|
|MATH 3B||Analytical Geometry and Calculus||5 units|
|MATH 4A||Intermediate Calculus||4 units|
|MATH 4B||Differential Equations||4 units|
|PHYS 4A||Engineering Physics – Mechanics||5 units|
|PHYS 4B||Engineering Physics – Electricity and Magnetism||5 units|
|PHYS 4C||Engineering Physics – Light, Heat and Waves||5 units|
|Total Major Units||54 units|
To be awarded an A.S. degree, a student must complete:
- All the major requirements.
- Additional units to meet the college graduation requirements.
NOTE:Only CHEM 1A is required for the A.S. degree. Transfer students may need to take additional chemistry courses to complete the requirements for a B.S. degree. Please consult with a counselor to determine campus-specific requirements.
Additional math may be required.
Recommended Electives: Choose those general education requirements outside the major which may apply toward the bachelor’s degree requirements at the four-year institution where you transfer.
Certificate of Achievement in Engineering Technician with Water Emphasis
This Certificate of Achievement in Engineering Technician with Water Emphasis requires the successful completion of 31 units and provides a comprehensive curriculum including courses in math, engineering, chemistry and physics. State of the art instruction and industry-based curriculum is suited for students of all levels and provides hands-on experience and thorough training in the areas of water treatment or water distribution.
Students will have acquired the skills to explain metering methods of water flow, describe a system for calculating and recording volume, and analyze unit operations of water disinfection concepts and chemical treatment.
These skills are specific to careers in, but are not limited to: waste water treatment technician, water distribution operator, water treatment operator, mechanic, maintenance technician, engineer, electrician, laboratory technician II, assistant surveyor or systems control operator II.
After completing this Certificate of Achievement in Engineering Technician with Water Emphasis, students should be prepared to take the exam for the Treatment Level II Operator or Distribution Level II Operator certificate issued by the Water District.
Required Core Courses: 31 units
|Course Name||Course Title||Units|
|MATH 106||Intermediate Algebra||5 units|
|ENGR 10||Introduction to Engineering||4 units|
|ENGR 4||Introduction to Computer-Aided Design||3 units|
|CHEM 30A||Fundamentals of Chemistry||4 units|
|ENGR 20||Engineering Graphics||4 units|
|MATH D||Trigonometry||3 units|
|PHYS 2A||General Physics – Mechanics||5 units|
|ENGR 166||Water Distribution II||3 units|
|CHEM 161||Water Treatment II||3 units|
|Total Major Units||31 units|