Associate of Science in Pre-Engineering

Atlanta Metropolitan State College

Program Description

Associate of Science in Pre-Engineering

Atlanta Metropolitan State College

PRE-ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

The Division of Science, Mathematics and Health Professions advises students in this program.

Transfer Program - Requirements and Electives

The focus of this program is current issues, and preparation of students for practical design and production work rather than for jobs which require more theoretical, research and scientific knowledge. However, engineering technology graduates are qualified to register as professional engineers under the same terms as graduates with degrees in engineering.

Area A: Essential Skills

English Composition I English Composition II Precalculus or Analytical Geometry & Calculus (Note: 1 hour carries into Area F)

Area B: Institutional Requirement (AMIR 1001)

Area C: Humanities & Fine Arts (1 Humanities elective, 3 credits and 1 Fine Arts Elective / 3 credits)

Area D: Science, Mathematics & Technology (Select from Area D Electives)

OPTION FOR SCIENCE PROGRAMS OF STUDY

Area E: Social Sciences

Government Requirement: American Government

History Requirement: Choice of 3 hours from the following:

United States History I or United States History II

Global Perspective Requirement:

Global Issues

Social Science Electives: Choice of 1 Social Science course:

Courses used in Area F cannot be used in Area E.

Area F: Courses Related to Program of Study

Required:

Analytical Geometry and Calculus I (excess from Area A) Calculus II General Physics I General Physics Lab I General Physics II General Physics Lab II or Principles of Physics I Principles of Physics I Lab Principles of Physics II Principles of Physics II Lab

Electives – Choice of one of the following courses:

Engineering Drawing I Engineering Drawing II Fundamentals of Electronic Spreadsheets Fundamentals of Database Management Introduction to Cyberspace Technologies Computing for Engineers Calculus III Linear Algebra 3 Introduction to Undergraduate

Research: Instrumentation

Courses Outside the Core:

Seminar in Personal and Academic

Activity or Fitness Course (Select 1)

Lecture Course Choice of one of the following PHED lecture courses:

Wellness Concepts of Health and Safety First Aid

This school offers programs in:
  • English


Last updated December 11, 2015
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