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Associate in Engineering

General information for all A.E. degree seekers

The Associate in Engineering degree is a pre-professional program that prepares students to transfer to a four-year college or university offering a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering. Most MCC students transfer to the University of Missouri-Columbia, the University of Missouri-Kansas City or the University of Missouri-Rolla. Students should check the catalog of the school they plan to transfer to or speak with an engineering program advisor or counselor to make sure they're taking the right classes.

Associate in Engineering

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

 

Communications (Choose two of the following):

 

   

ENGL 101

Composition & Reading I

3

   

ENGL 102

Composition and Reading II

3

 

ENGL 215

Technical Writing                                                     

3

   

COMM 100

Fundamentals of Speech

3

 

Credits Required

6

History and Social Sciences (Choose one of the following):

 

   

HIST 120

United States History to 1865

3

   

HIST 121

United States History Since 1865

3

   

POLS 136

Introduction to American National Politics

3

   

POLS 137

Introduction to State and Local Politics

3

 

Credits Required

3

     Mathematics (take all four):

 

  

MATH 180

Analytic Geometry & Calculus I

5

        

MATH 190

Analytic Geometry & Calculus II

5

 

MATH 210

Analytic Geometry & Calculus III

5

 

MATH 230

Differential Equations

3

 

Credits Required

18

    Science (take all three):

 

         

CHEM 111

General College Chemistry I

5

 

PHYS 220

Engineering Physics I

5

 

PHYS 221

Engineering Physics II

5

 

Credits Required

15

Required engineering (take both):

 

 

ENGR 101

Intro to the Profession

1

 

ENGR 229

Statics

3

 

Credits Required

4

Additional elective classes from approved list.

28

 

Total Credits Required

74

 

Approved Elective List

 

 

One (at most) additional Communications class from above list

3

 

One (at most) additional History or Science Course with a different designator from the first course. Select from the following:

 

 

HIST 120, HIST 121, ECON 210, ECON 211, POLS 136, POLS 137

3

 

One (at most) Humanities course from the following:

 

 

ART 100, ART 103, ART 108, ART 138, ART 150,
ART 151, CDCG 217, EDUC 215, ENGL 202,
ENGL 214, ENGL 216, ENGL 240, ENGL 254,
ENGL 262, ENGL 268, HIST 133, HIST 134,
HIST 145, HUMN 133, HUMN 134, HUMN 145,
MUSI 108, MUSI 160, THEA 106, or THEA 114

3

 

CHEM 112

General Chemistry II

5

 

CHEM 221

Organic Chemistry I

5

 

CHEM 222

Organic Chemistry II

5

 

CIMM 101

Machine Shop Safety

1

 

CIMM 102

Basic Lathe Operation

1

 

CIMM 103

Basic Mill Operation

1

 

CSIS 123

Programming Fundamentals

3

 

CSIS 223

Object-Oriented Programming

3

 

CSIS 271

Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis

3

 

ENGR 113

Engr. Design and Microcomputer Applications

3

 

ENGR 204

Programming for Engineers and Scientists

3

 

ENGR 215

Engineering Statistics and Computation

3

 

ENGR 223

Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer

4

 

ENGR 230

Dynamics

3

 

ENGR 233

Circuit Analysis I

4

 

ENGR 240

Mechanics of Materials

3

 

ETEC 130

Digital Electronics

5

 

ETEC 152

Engineering Graphics and CADD I

5

 

ETEC 271

Parametric Modeling, Solidworks

3

 

GEOL 101

Introduction to Geology

5

 

MATH 141/
CSIS 141

Discrete Structures for Computer Science I

3

 

SRVY 135

Introduction to Land Survey

3

 

WELD 100

Introduction to Welding/Cutting Processes

1

Elective Credits Required

28

Last Modified: 7/6/12