Electrical Engineering Transfer Option
Associate in Science - Engineering and Physical Science Department
|Course Title||Course Number||Semester Taken||Credits||Prerequisites|
|GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES|
|College Writing I||ENG111||3||ENG095 and RDG095 or ESL098 or placement|
|College Writing II||ENG112||3||ENG111|
|Individual and Society||From Area 2||3|
|World View||From Area 3||3|
|Quantitative Thought||MAT281 satisfies Area 4||MAT197 or placement|
|Science and Technology||PHY251 satisfies Area 5 - see note*||MAT281|
|Humanities||From Area 6||3|
|Introduction to Engineering/Lab||ENR101 - see note*||4||MAT194 or placement|
|Circuit Design and Analysis I/Lab||ENR 271 - see note*||4||MAT282 and PHY251 and ENR101; co-req PHY252|
|Circuit Design and Analysis II/Lab||ENR272 - see note*||4||ENR271; co-req MAT285|
|Digital Logic Systems/Lab||ENR275 - see note*||4||ENR271; co-req MAT283|
|Calculus I||MAT281 - see note*||4||MAT197 or placement|
|Calculus II||MAT282 - see note*||4||MAT281|
|Ordinary Differential Equations||MAT285 - see note*||4||MAT282|
|College Physics I/Lab||PHY251 - see note*||4||MAT281|
|College Physics II/Lab||PHY252||4||PHY251; co-req MAT282|
|CAREER ELECTIVES; CHOOSE 3 FROM the FOLLOWING|
|General Chemistry I/Lab||CHM201||4||MAT197 and ENG111|
|Linear Algebra||MAT291||4||Pre/co-req MAT281|
|Introduction to Computer Science and Pre/Co-req Object Oriented Programming||CIT120||4||ENG095 and RDG095 or ESL098 or placement; pre/co-req MAT194|
|C++ Programming||CIT237||4||ENG095 and MAT194 or placement and CIT120 or chair approval|
*Note: All science, engineering and math courses that are pre/co-requisites of other science and engineering courses require a grade of C+ or better.
This option provides students with the technical coursework and modern laboratory experience that enable them to succeed in an undergraduate electrical engineering program. Upon graduation from BHCC, students are able to pursue further study at four-year colleges and universities.
Graduates completing a four-year degree will have a strong electrical engineering foundation and be able to select from a variety of high-demand fields for the balance of their training. Such high-demand fields include nanotechnology, high-tech manufacturing, electronic devices, and robotics.
Upon Completion of this Program, Graduates will be able to:
- Design and conduct experiments.
- Analyze and interpret data.
- Apply modern computational tools and lab techniques, along with scientific concepts, to solve engineering problems.
- Design systems, components, and processes for solving problems in electrical engineering.
- Function as part of an engineering team.
- Articulate the professional and ethical responsibilities required of engineers.