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2022-2023 Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Catalog

Engineering Science, A.S. (093.1)


South, West Hills
Associate of Science

This program prepares the student for transfer to a four-year institution by providing them with a broad college background and skill and knowledge in engineering science. Graduates may earn a Bachelor’s degree in any field of engineering by transferring.

Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate will:

  1. Analyze quantitative data using mathematical/scientific concepts in engineering applications.
  2. Consider the influence of content and assumptions and recognize the implications and consequences of each.
  3. Solve engineering equations through the use of content-specific tools, software and simulations.
  4. Apply the principles of critical thinking and problem solving in the development of technical documents and engineering reports.
  5. Evaluate information sources and content in engineering problem solving using a critical method.
  6. Describe the interrelationships of culture and society in their global environment.

Degree Requirements


Total: 14 Credits


Total: 17-18 Credits


Total: 17–19 Credits


Total: 16–18 Credits


Minimum Credits to Graduate: 64–69


1 General Electives: College Reading 2 (CRE 101 ), Advanced College Reading/Study Skills (CRE 103 ) and Basic Principles Composition (ENG 100 ) cannot be used as general electives.

Restricted Electives


A minimum of 15 credits or five (5) courses chosen from those listed to reflect field of interest and transfer requirements. Electives should be selected in consultation with a transfer counselor.

Transfer Opportunities


Articulation agreements are available for students to complete the Associate Degree and transfer to California University of Pennsylvania , Clarion University of Pennsylvania  and Robert Morris University . It is important that students consult with a counselor early in their program to develop a course plan most appropriate for the school to which they intend to transfer. See www.ccac.edu/articulation for details.