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 and applies ONLY to students entering the program beginning fall 2019. 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
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
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
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
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.