Program of Study

ENGINEERING TRANSFER



Associate of Science Degree Program


Suggested Sequence of Courses


1st Semester


prog

sec

class

credits


PRE

100

Preparation for Academic Achievement

1


CHE

101

General Chemistry I

4


EGN

101

Engineering Graphics

3


ENG

101

English Writing

3


MAT

140

Calculus I

4


SP

101

Fundamentals of Speech Communication

3


Total

14-15


2nd Semester


prog

sec

class

credits


CHE

102

General Chemistry II

4


CSC

108

Programming in C

3


HLF

 

Health and Life Fitness*

1-2


MAT

141

Calculus II

4


 

 

General Education Requirements:

 


 

 

Arts and Humanities:

 


 

 

ENG 200 -or- ENG 205

3


Total

16


*Students intending to transfer to MSU take HLF 210 (2 credits)


3rd Semester


prog

sec

class

credits


EGN

102

Statics

3


H

101

History of American Civilization I -or-

 


H

151

World History I

3


HLF

 

Health and Life Fitness*

1


MAT

210

Advanced Calculus

4


PHY

203

General Physics I

5


Total

16


*Students intending to transfer to MSU take HLF 210 (2 credits)


4th Semester


prog

sec

class

credits


ECO

201

The American Economy I:

 


 

 

Macroeconomics Theory

3


EGN

201

Dynamics

3


MAT

211

Differential Equations

4


PHY

204

General Physics II

5


Total

15


Program Total

64


 
Engineering is an occupation field with unlimited possibilities. There is an ever increasing demand for professionals who can apply and invent technology to advance, expand, and improve our daily lives.Their innovations stimulate the economic growth, strengthen national security, advance healthcare, and protect our environment.

 

BCCC offers a two-year transfer program in Engineering. The 64-credit program culminates in an Associate of Science (AS) Degree. A rigorous curriculum provides the necessary courses of the two years of any Engineering field. BCCC's program is designed as a transfer program toany 4-year institution in order to obtain a Bachelor's Degree; a formal transfer agreement between BCCC and Morgan State University facilities transfer to its engineering program.

 

Career Preparation

 

Engineering is everywhere. Engineering is defined as the application of scientific and mathematical principles and theories to practical ends such as the design,manufacture, and operations of efficient and economical structures. Engineers make new things and make old things better.
Engineers:
  • Design and manufacture computers, airplanes, cars, radars
  • Design and build bridges, roads, tunnels, roller coasters
  • Design and build robotic applications, space stations, space shuttles
  • Design special movie effects
  • Design,test and produce medical equipment
  • Supervise factory production, determine break-down causes, and test for reliability
  • Estimate time and cost of production
  • Design and develop consumer products
  • Design and develop ways to dispose of harmful industrial by-products
  • Invent and design new materials  

 

Employment Outlook and Typical Starting Salary

 

Among all the professions, Engineering is one of the oldest. As technology and communication are increasingly becoming the driving forcesof the 21st century, and new fields of engineering are created daily,the demand for well qualified professionals in the field of Engineering can only be on the increase. The average annual starting salary of an Engineer with a BS Degree ranges from $45,000-$55,000. The salary usually varies with the exact nature of the job.

 

 Special Program Requirement

  • Credits awarded by other colleges must be officially transferred to BCCC.

 

College-wide Requirements

  • All students intending to enroll in degree or certificate programs are required to have their basic skills level assessed for success in introductory college-level courses.If warranted, students may be placed in developmental courses where comprehensive support services are provided.
  • All first-time (full-time and part-time degree and certificate-seeking) students are required to complete and orientation courses: Preparation for Academic Achievement(PRE 100, 1 credit) or College Success Seminar(CSS 110, 3 credits).
  • All BCCC graduates must be computer-literate. To earn an Associate degree of Certificate,each student must complete an approved computer courses or pass a test of basic computer knowledge and skills.