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  Sep 20, 2017
 
 
    
St. Philip’s College Schedule/Catalog 2015-2016 [Archived Catalog]

Associate of Science, concentration in Engineering


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This Associate of Science degree will prepare students with the skills and background needed for success in a university engineering program: 

  1. Students will complete the core.
  2. Students will apply science, mathematics, computer aided analysis and design, and technical communication to solve and present solutions to open-ended engineering problems.
  3. The flexibility of the program allows students to customize the degree plan to the various engineering fields of specialization.

Degree Requirements (Total Credit Hours 60)


Communication (10) Core – 2 courses (6 credit hours)


Mathematics (20) Core - 1 course (4 credit hours)


Life and Physical Sciences (30) Core - 2 courses (8 credit hours)


Language, Philosophy & Culture (40) Core - 1 course (3 credit hours)


Select 1 course from the Language, Philosophy & Culture (40) Core 

Creative Arts (50) Core - 1 course (3 credit hours)


Select 1 course from the Creative Arts (50) Core  

American History (60) Core - 2 courses (6 credit hours)


Select 2 courses from the American History (60) Core 

Government/Political Science (70) Core - 2 courses (6 credit hours)


Social and Behavioral Sciences (80) Core – 1 course (3 credit hours)


Select 1 course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences (80) Core 

Additional Communication (90) Core - 1 course (3 credit hours)


Select 1 course from the Additional Communication (90) Core 

Additional Language, Philosophy & Culture (90) Core - 1 course (3 credit hours)


Select 1 course from the Additional Language, Philosophy and Culture (90) Core 

Additional Requirements (15 credit hours)


Notes:


A course may be used only once to fulfill degree requirements.

Students should select only those elective courses which are on listed on the articulation (transfer) agreements and are part of the degree requirements for the planned university and major. General transfer credit (that is, courses which are not covered in an articulation agreement for transfer and or are not listed on the degree plan for a bachelor’s degree at the four-year institution) will generally not apply as credit for a bachelor’s degree in engineering. Please talk to an advisor to clarify.

Students cannot take both ENGR 2301 and ENGR 2303 or ENGR2403 for credit

Students cannot take both CHEM 1311 and 1411 for credit

Students cannot take both CHEM 1312 and 1412 for credit

It is highly recommended that students who register for ENGR2305 also co-register for ENGR2105 in the same semester.

Note that other engineering, science, or mathematics electives may be approved by the department on a case by case basis. Students should petition for substitution of course requirements if engineering, science or mathematics credit is transferred from another institution. 

(FOS)     These courses are listed on the Field of Study in Engineering by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

#      These courses are not offered at SPC, but may be offered at one of the Alamo Colleges.


 

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