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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Program Coordinator

 Lin Lin Dr. Lin Lin
Associate Professor, Engineering
Phone: 860-343-5763
Office Location: Wheaton 313

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.

Degree Requirements

Engineering Science Associate Degree
College of Technology Transfer-Oriented Program
(2018-19 Catalog)

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First Semester (Fall) - 17 creditscredits
EGR*111, Introduction to EngineeringProgram Requirement3
Choose either:
HIS*101, Western Civilization I
HIS*102, Western Civilization II
General Education Requirement:
Historical Knowledge
MAT*254, Calculus I

You may have to take prerequisite Math courses if you do not place into MAT*254
General Education Requirement:
Quantitative Reasoning
ENG*101, Composition (or ENG*101E or ENG*101 ALP)General Education Requirement:
Written Communication I
CHE*121, General Chemistry IGeneral Education Requirement:
Scientific Knowledge & Understanding
Second Semester (Spring) - 17 or 18 creditscredits
EGR*221, Introduction to Electric Circuit AnalysisProgram Requirement4
MAT*256, Calculus IIProgram Requirement4
ENG*102, Literature & CompositionGeneral Education Requirement:
Written Communication II
PHL*111, EthicsProgram Requirement3
Social Phenomena Elective
General Education Requirement:
Social Phenomena Elective
CHE*122, General Chemistry II
Program Requirement4
Third Semester (Fall) - 17 creditscredits
MAT*268, Calculus III: MultivariableProgram Requirement4
EGR*211, Applied Mechanics I (Statics)Program Requirement3
PHY*221, Calculus-Based Physics IGeneral Education Requirement:
Scientific Reasoning
Choose either:
ART*101, Art History I
ART*102, Art History II
General Education Requirement:
Aesthetic Dimensions
EGR*214, Engineering Thermodynamics
Program Requirement3
Social Phenomena Elective
General Education Requirement:
Social Phenomena Elective
Fourth Semester (Spring) - 13 creditscredits
MAT*285, Differential EquationsProgram Requirement3
EGR*212, Applied Mechanics II (Dynamics)Program Requirement3
PHY*222, Calculus-Based Physics IIProgram Requirement4
CSC*105, Programming LogicProgram Requirement3
Total Program:64-65

This page updated 7/5/18