Jan 17, 2019
Engineering is a profession that integrates science and mathematics with design and laboratory study. It is and will continue to be the profession upon which the United States depends for its growth and ability to compete in world markets.
“Engineering offers more career options than any other discipline. It’s a profession that can take you from the depths of the ocean to the far reaches of outer space, from within the microscopic structures of the human cell to the top of the tallest skyscrapers. Whether it’s cell phones, digital cameras, DVDs, or facial recognition devices that can pick out a terrorist in a crowded football stadium, engineers are behind almost all of today’s exciting technology. Engineers are problem solvers who search for quicker, better, and less expensive ways to use the forces and materials of nature to meet today’s challenges.”1
At Brookdale Community College, the Engineering program parallels the first two years of the four-year engineering curriculum of most engineering schools throughout the country. The program leads to an Associate in Science degree in Engineering and transfers to most engineering schools. Brookdale has a Joint Admission Agreement with N.J.I.T. and an Articulation Agreement with Rutgers University. Students should consult a counselor.
There are five major areas of study:
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
1ASEE website http://www.asee.org/
Graduates of this program will be able to:
- Perform engineering analysis and problem solving
- Develop an engineering design to meet given specifications
- Describe the social and cultural context of the engineering and technology fields
- Work well in diverse teams and organizations
- Communicate effectively in oral, graphic and written form
General Education - 32 Credits
The following general education courses are required for the program:
Career Studies - 22 credits as follows:
Technical Electives - 14-18 credits
(choose one set of courses)
Chemical Engineering - 15
Civil and Industrial Engineering - 14
Electrical Engineering - 18
Mechanical Engineering - 17
Total credits required for degree: 68-72
A grade of “C” or higher must be earned in all career studies courses in order to complete this program.
(1) Engineering students are not required to take DRFT 106
(2) Students are required to take ENGI 105 in the first term and declare a major area of study toward the end of this course. Students should work with a counselor to satisfy requirements for major career areas.
* Offered Fall term only
** Offered Spring term only
*** Offered Summer II term
Program Code for registration: ENGIN
Suggested Sequence - Engineering Program A.S. Degree
The following sequence is an example of how this degree can be completed in two years. This sequence is based on satisfaction of all Foundational Studies requirements and prerequisites** and presumes a Fall Term start date. An individual’s program may vary depending on transfer institution, career objectives, or individual needs. See a counselor for other options and to monitor your progress. This program is part of a joint admissions agreement program with N.J.I.T. Students completing this program may work toward a Baccalaureate degree or may continue in the Baccalaureate Degree Program at N.J.I.T.
Summer II Semester
- Technical Elective Credits: 0-3
MATH 151, MATH 152 and/or MATH 153 may be required if MATH requirements are not met.
(1) One course is recommended from the Cultural and Global Awareness knowledge area.
Degree Audit Information
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