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Associate in Science Degree

The Engineering Science associate degree program, through the Connecticut College of Technology Pathways program, prepares students for entry into the University of Connecticut’s School of Engineering, Central Connecticut State University’s School of Engineering & Technology, Fairfield University’s School of Engineering, University of Hartford College of Engineering, University of New Haven School of Engineering, and Charter Oak State College. Upon successful completion of the program with a GPA of 3.0, students may continue on to these institutions with two years of credit towards a bachelor’s degree in engineering. Students may also use these courses to transfer to other institutions.

Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:

  • be prepared to transfer to an engineering program in a 4-year institution
  • apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
  • design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
  • design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints
  • identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
  • communicate effectively
  • gain the ability to engage in life-long learning

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Graduation Checklist

Engineering Science Degree – Graduation Checklist

A Graduation Checklist is a printable list of course requirements you will use when you meet with your academic advisor each semester.  The checklist helps you keep track of your progress from when you first enter MxCC to when you are ready to graduate.


Engineering Science by Degree Requirements

First Semester 
ENG*101 Composition ttt 3
HIS*101 Western Civilization I ornHIS*102 Western Civilization IIt 3
Social Science Electivet 3
CHE*121 General Chemistry I tt 4
MAT*254 Calculus I ttt 4
17
Second Semester
ENG*102 Literature and Composition tt3
ART*101 Art History I or ART*102 Art History II t3
CHE*122 General Chemistry II ttt4
MAT*256 Calculus II tttt4
EGR*111 Introduction to Engineering 3
17
Third Semester
PHL*111 Ethics ttttt3
PHY*221 Calculus-Based Physics I tt4
MAT*268 Calculus III: Multivariable tt4
EGR*211 Applied Mechanics I ttt3
CSC*105 Programming Logic t 3
17
Fourth Semester
PHY*222 Calculus-Based Physics II tt4
MAT*285 Differential Equations ttt3
EGR*212 Applied Mechanics II ttt3
EGR*221 Introduction to Electric Circuit Analysist4
14
Total Credits:65

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Associate in Science Degree

The MxCC Engineering Science associate degree program is part of the Connecticut College of Technology Pathways program, which prepares students to complete an Associate of Science degree in Engineering Science and make seamless transition into a Bachelor of Science Degree Program in Engineering with junior level status in the receiving institution.

Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:

  • Identify and formulate engineering problems by applying engineering, mathematical, scientific and technological principles and concepts.
  • Solve engineering problems using critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • Work as a member of a team.
  • Recognize the need for (or engage in) life-long learning and remain current in one’s field.

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Graduation Checklist

Engineering Science Degree – Graduation Checklist NEW CHECKLIST NOT AVAILABLE AS OF 2/21/16

A Graduation Checklist is a printable list of course requirements you will use when you meet with your academic advisor each semester.  The checklist helps you keep track of your progress from when you first enter MxCC to when you are ready to graduate.


Engineering Science by Degree Requirements

First Semester 
ENG*101 Composition 3
HIS*101 Western Civilization I or
HIS*102 Western Civilization II
3
Social Science Elective 3
CHE*121 General Chemistry I 4
MAT*254 Calculus I 4
17
Second Semester
ENG*102 Literature and Composition 3
ART*101 Art History I or
ART*102 Art History II
3
CSC*105 Programming Logic 3
MAT*256 Calculus II 4
EGR*111 Introduction to Engineering 3
16
Third Semester
PHL*111 Ethics 3
PHY*221 Calculus-Based Physics I 4
MAT*268 Calculus III: Multivariable 4
EGR*211 Applied Mechanics I 3
EGR*214 Engineering Thermodynamics or
CHE*122 General Chemistry II (See note below)
3 or 4
16-17
Fourth Semester
PHY*222 Calculus-Based Physics II 4
MAT*285 Differential Equations 3
EGR*212 Applied Mechanics II 3
EGR*221 Introduction to Electric Circuit Analysis 4
14
Total Credits:64-65
students will be advised to take either CHE*122 (for Chemical, Biomedical Engineering students), or take EGR*214 (for Mechanical, Civil, and General Engineering students).

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