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AS Degree – Code #0530

Dr. Murat Al, Program Coordinator
Email address: alm@alfredstate.edu

Dr. Jon Owejan, Program Co-Coordinator
Email address: owejanjp@alfredstate.edu

Embracing a strong core of courses in chemistry, mathematics, and physics, and including basic English and humanities sequences, this program is augmented by basic engineering courses essential to all engineering disciplines. The primary objective of our program is to provide you with a basic two years of study in order to continue your education at the baccalaureate level in any of the engineering disciplines.

Advantages

  • The program is structured so that most students do not need to decide upon an engineering discipline until the last semester of the second year, allowing them to carefully investigate disciplines and institutions.
  • Students develop laboratory techniques and skills using modern engineering tools.

Program Student Learning Outcomes

  • Apply knowledge of mathematics, physics, and chemistry to solve engineering problems.
  • Integrate the concepts of mathematics, sciences, and humanities in engineering courses.
  • Develop student computational proficiency to analyze and interpret data in solving engineering problems.
  • Develop laboratory techniques and skills using modern engineering tools, including documentation and engineering reports, which reinforce and advance theoretical concepts.
  • Communicate effectively with clear, critical thinking skills and broaden understanding of self and society through the general education requirements.

Direct Entry Into Baccalaureate Degree Program

Alfred State engineering science graduates may enter directly into either the interdisciplinary studies BTech or the technology management BBA degree program.

Employment Statistics

Employment and continuing education rate of 100 percent – 100 percent continued their education.

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Entrance Requirements/recommendations

Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-calculus; Physics or Chemistry

Recommended: Both Physics and Chemistry

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

  • 67 semester credit hours in program as listed above
  • 40 semester credit hours of liberal arts and sciences from at least seven of the General Education content groups: mathematics, natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, western civilization, American history, other world civilization, arts, foreign language, and basic communications (must include COMP 1503). A total of three courses in the humanities and social sciences is recommended to enhance transfer
  • 2.0 cumulative grade point average, and department requirement of 2.0 grade point average in major courses (ENGR, ELET, CIVL, MECH, CISY)
  • Approval of department faculty

Engineering Science - AS Degree

TYPICAL FOUR-SEMESTER PROGRAM

First

COMP 1503
CHEM 1984
ENGR 1201
MATH 1084
  xxx3 Technical Elective 3
      15

Second

ENGR 2001
PHYS 1064
  xxx3 General Education Elective 3
LITR xxx3 Literature Elective 3
SOCI 1193 Marriage & Family Acrs Wrld Clt 3
    OR  
PLSC 1043    
    OR  
ANTH 1013    
MATH 2094
      18

Third

ENGR 2201
ENGR 3004
ENGR 3213
MATH 6114
PHYS 2064
      16

Fourth

ENGR 4213
ENGR 4264
MATH 6104
SPCH 1083
ENGR 3254 Systems Dynamics I   
    OR  
ENGR 4004 Circuit Analysis II 4
      18

Typical Technical Electives:

BIOL 1104
BIOL 2204
CHEM 2984
CHEM 3514
CHEM 4524
CISY 4003
CISY 5123
CIVL 1204
CIVL 2204
ELET 1133
ELET 1111
ELET 1143
ELET 2143
ELET 4154
ELET 4224
MATH 7113
MATH 7123
MECH 1203
MECH 4003
MECH 1603
MECH 1663
PHYS 8013
    Elective (adviser approved)