Bunker Hill Community College

Bunker Hill Community College

Electrical Engineering Transfer Option

Associate in Science Science, Engineering and Mathematics - Engineering and Physical Science

This curriculum map contains the new General Education Requirements. Current students should log in to BHCC Self-Service to review their specific program requirements or contact LifeMap/Advising for more information. Prospective students should go to bhcc.edu/admissions and contact an admissions counselor.
Semester 1 Credits Milestone GenEd Note Pre-req Expand
ENG-111 College Writing I
3

This course meets the General Education requirement for Academic Discourse.

(Formerly Area 1)

Prerequisites: ENG-095 and ESL-098 or RDG-095 or placement

ENR-101 Introduction to Engineering/Lab
4

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Prerequisites: MAT-194 or placement

MAT-281 Calculus I
4

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Prerequisites: MAT-197 or placement

GenEd-CCC Community & Cultural Contexts
3

This course meets the General Education requirement for Community & Cultural Contexts.

(Formerly Areas 2 and 3)

Choose one course from Community and Cultural Contexts Menu

GenEd-CW Creative Work
3

This course meets the General Education requirement for Creative Work.

(Formerly Area 6)

Choose one course from Community and Cultural Contexts Menu

Total Credits:
Semester 2 Credits Milestone GenEd Note Pre-req Expand
ENG-112 College Writing II
3

This course meets the General Education requirement for Research Writing.

(Formerly Area 1)

Prerequisite: ENG-111

PHY-251 College Physics I/Lab
4

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Prerequisite: MAT-281

MAT-282 Calculus II
4

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Prerequisite: MAT-281

GenEd-E General Education Elective
3

This course meets the General Education requirement for General Education Elective.

Choose a course from the General Education Scientific Reasoning, Community/Cultural Contexts, Creative Work or Elective Menus.

Elective-2 Career Elective
4

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Choose one course from Career Elective Options:

  • CHM-201 General Chemistry I/Lab
  • MAT-291 Linear Algebra
  • CIT-120 Introduction to Computer Science an Object Orientated Programming
  • CIT-237 C++ Programming
Total Credits:
Semester 3 Credits Milestone GenEd Note Pre-req Expand
ENR-271 Circuit Design and Analysis I/Lab
4

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Offered in Fall only 

Prerequisites: MAT-282 and PHY251 and ENR101; Co-requisite: PHY-252

PHY-252 College Physics II/Lab
4

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Pre/Co-requisite: PHY-251

Elective-1 Career Elective
4

Choose one course from Career Elective Options:

  • CHM-201 General Chemistry I/Lab
  • MAT-291 Linear Algebra
  • CIT-120 Introduction to Computer Science an Object Orientated Programming
  • CIT-237 C++ Programming
MAT-283 Calculus III
4

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Prerequisite: MAT-282

Total Credits:
Semester 4 Credits Milestone GenEd Note Pre-req Expand
ENR-272 Circuit Design and Analysis II/Lab
4

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Prerequisites: ENR-271; Co-requisite: MAT-285

Elective-1 Career Elective
4

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Choose one course from Career Elective Options:

  • CHM-201 General Chemistry I/Lab
  • MAT-291 Linear Algebra
  • CIT-120 Introduction to Computer Science an Object Orientated Programming
  • CIT-237 C++ Programming
ENR-275 Digital Logic Systems/Lab
4

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Prerequisites: ENR-271; Co-requisite: MAT-283

MAT-285 Differential Equations
4

Milestone courses should be taken in the order shown.

Prerequisite: MAT-282

Total Credits:
Last Modified Date: April 22, 2019

Upon Completion of this Concentration 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.

Career Outlook

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.