Undergraduate Catalog 2019-2020

Engineering Science (AS)

Our Associate in Science program in Engineering Science (AS in Engineering Science) is a very popular 2-year program that prepares students for the 4-year BS degrees in Engineering or is used for a basic technical education background in the technology field by our young graduates. Students may choose either the Electrical or Mechanical Specialization.

General Education Requirements  30 credits 
Major Requirements  32-35 credits 
Total Credits Required  60*

*9 credits required for the Major also satisfy general education requirements.

A math placement test is recommended for all students who have demonstrated CUNY proficiency.  Depending on placement results, some students may have to complete MTH 30, and/or MTH 35 and/or MTH 123, and/or MTH 130 prior to enrolling in MTH 230/229 or 231/229. The placement test is offered at scheduled times in the College Testing Office.


General Education Requirements

This program has a waiver to specify particular courses students must take in the areas of the General Education Requirements (Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning, Life and Physical Sciences, and Scientific World). If students take different courses in these areas, they will be certified as having completed the requirements, but it may not be possible for them to finish their degree program within the regular number of credits.

ENG 111Introduction to College Writing(EC)

3

ENG 151College Writing(EC)

3

MTH 231Analytic Geometry and Calculus I(MQ)(STEM)

3

PHY 120General Physics I(LP)(STEM)

3

World Cultures and Global Issues Course(WG)

3

COR 100United States: Issues, Ideas, and Institutions(US)

3

Individual and Society Course(IS)

3

Creative Expression Course(CE)

3

PHY 160General Physics II(SW)(STEM)

3

One additional course from any of the five Flexible Common Core areas

3

MTH 230 can be substituted for MTH 231.

Core Requirements

CSC 270Introduction to Scientific Computing(SW)(STEM)

4

ENS 100Introduction to Engineering(RLA)

2

ENS 136Computer-Aided Engineering I(RNL)

2

ENS 220Introduction to Computer Engineering(RNL)

4

ENS 221Digital Electronics Laboratory(RNL)

2

MTH 229Calculus Computer Laboratory(RLA)

1

AND

MTH 230Calculus I with Pre-Calculus(MQ)(STEM)

6

OR

MTH 231Analytic Geometry and Calculus I(MQ)(STEM)

3

AND

MTH 232Calculus II(MQ)(STEM)

3

PHY 120General Physics I(LP)(STEM)

3

PHY 121General Physics I Laboratory(RLA)

1

PHY 160General Physics II(SW)(STEM)

3

PHY 161General Physics II Laboratory(RLA)

1

AND

Four credits chosen from the following courses:

One-year of high school chemistry is required prior to entry into CHM 141/121.  If you have not completed one-year of high school chemistry you will be required to complete CHM 100 and CHM 101 prior to registering for CHM 141/121.
CHM 141General Chemistry I(LP)(STEM)

3

CHM 121General Chemistry I Laboratory(RLA)

1

OR

ECO 251/POL 251International Political Economy(CW)(P&D)(CO)

4

OR

ECO 285Economics for Engineers(RLA)

4

OR

ENS 362Microcontrollers(RNL)

4

AND

Specialization Requirements

There are two specializations in the Engineering Science AS. Students may choose either the Electrical or Mechanical Specialization.

Electrical Specialization

ENS 241Electrical and Electronic Circuits(RNL)

4

ENS 249Basic Measurements Laboratory(RLA)

2

OR

Mechanical Specialization

ENS 110Engineering Graphics(RNL)

2

ENS 310Thermodynamics(RLA)

4

Total Credit Hours: 32-35

Total Credit Hours: 60