ENGINEERING SCIENCE / A.S. DEGREE

Ammerman
Hegis Code: 5609

Program Learning OutcomesCurriculum Code: ENSC-AS
 

     This program provides the fundamental scientific and technical preparation for students who plan to continue their studies toward a baccalaureate degree in computer engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and general engineering science at a four-year institution. Students completing this program will be awarded the Associate in Science degree. Graduates not electing to continue professional study will nevertheless be prepared for employment in industrial and scientific organizations as engineering aides, research assistants or in similar positions. Those seeking a degree in mechanical, civil or other engineering must contact the department for course substitution and scheduling of courses specific to their area of study.

Admission Procedures and Requirements

     Entering students need to have completed four years of high school math and chemistry, with physics recommended, and must have a high school average of 80. Students already enrolled in college must have completed MAT125. Students are admitted on a rolling basis, Fall and Spring; however, students admitted in January should be aware that elective courses may be offered only once a year. Most students who meet minimum standards are accepted. Students who do not meet the admission criteria may be admitted on a provisional basis.

     Those accepted into this program may be eligible for a full two-year scholarship. For more information contact the department or go to www.sunysuffolk.edu/Web/Selden/csems/.

FIRST SEMESTER: 15.5 credits Lec. Lab./
Rec.
Cr.
  CHE133: College Chemistry I 3 4 4
  COL101: Freshman Seminar 1.5 1.5
ENG101: Standard Freshman Composition 3 3
 Courses that constitute the major in this curriculum ENS112: Introduction to Engineering Design 1 2 2
  MAT141: Calculus with Analytic Geometry I 5 4
  Physical Education 2 1
         
SECOND SEMESTER: 18 credits Lec. Lab./
Rec.
Cr.
  CHE134: College Chemistry II 3 4 4
  ENG102: Introduction to Literature 3 3
 Courses that constitute the major in this curriculum ENS117: Engineering Computations 3 3
  MAT142: Calculus with Analytic Geometry II 5 4
  PHY130: Physics I 2 2 3
  PHY132: Physics I Lab 2 1
         
THIRD SEMESTER: 18 credits Lec. Lab./
Rec.
Cr.
 Courses that constitute the major in this curriculum DRF114: AutoCAD I 2 3 3
 Courses that constitute the major in this curriculum ENS118: Engineering Mechanics: States 3 3
 Courses that constitute the major in this curriculum ENS233: Electrical Engineering Circuit Analysis 4 2 4
  MAT204: Differential Equations 4 4
  PHY230: Physics II 2 2 3
  PHY232: Physics II Lab 2 1
         
FOURTH SEMESTER: 17 credits Lec. Lab./
Rec.
Cr.
 Courses that constitute the major in this curriculum ENS119: Engineering Mechanics Dynamics
or * Engineering Elective
3 3
** History Elective 3 3
  MAT203: Calculus with Analytical Geometry III 4 4
  PHY245: Physics III 2 2 3
  PHY246: Physics III Lab 2 1
  Physical Education 2 1
*** Social Science Elective 3 3
         
TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED 69.5

*Students pursuing a degree in electrical and mechanical engineering MUST take ENS119. Those students pursuing other engineering tracks may substitute another engineering course with the permission of the engineering department chair.
**To be selected from HIS101, HIS102, or other History elective with permission of engineering department.
***Social Science elective should be selected based on requirements at college of transfer.
 Courses that constitute the major in this
curriculum These courses constitute the major courses in this curriculum.

NOTE: 1) Students planning to transfer to SUNY four-year institution should check the SUNY core General Education Requirements in the college catalog for information on selection of elective courses.
2) See Transfer Opportunities for articulation agreements with four-year colleges and universities.


REQUIRED CREDIT DISTRIBUTION
Engineering 18 credits
English 6 credits
History/Social Science 6 credits
Mathematics 16 credits
Chemistry 8 credits
Physics 12 credits
Freshman Seminar 1.5 credits
Physical Education 2 credits