Requirements

General Education: 20 Credits

As described in the General Education section of the catalog.

  • The following General Education course is required for students choosing this program:

    • course - English Composition: The Writing Process Credits: 3

  • The following General Education courses are recommended for students choosing this program:

    • course - English Composition: Writing and Research Credits: 3

    • course - World Civilization I Credits: 3

    • course - Intermediate Algebra Credits: 4

    • course - College Algebra & Trigonometry Credits: 4

    • course - Critical Thinking Credits: 3

Career Studies: 40 Credits as Follows:

A grade of "C" or higher must be earned in all career studies courses in order to complete this program.

  • course - Computer Architecture Using Assembly Language Credits: 3

  • course - Programming for Engineers Credits: 3

  • course - Economics Credits: 3

  • course - Computer Aided Circuit Analysis Credits: 3

  • course - Electrical Skills and Techniques Credits: 4

  • course - Electrical Circuits I Credits: 4 **

  • course - Electrical Circuits II Credits: 4 *

  • ELEC225 - Fundamentals of Analog Electronic Devices Credits: 4 **

  • course - Introduction to Digital Circuits Credits: 4 *

  • course - Pre-Calculus Mathematics Credits: 4

  • course - Calculus I Credits: 4

Total Credits Required for Degree: 60

Notes:

Student transferring to NJIT should take PHYS111 and PHYS112

*Offered Fall Term only

**Offered Spring Term only

Suggested Sequence

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.

Semester 1: Fall Term

  • course - Computer Aided Circuit Analysis Credits: 3

  • course - Electrical Skills and Techniques Credits: 4

  • course - World Civilization I Credits: 3

  • course - English Composition: The Writing Process Credits: 3

  • course - Intermediate Algebra Credits: 4

Total Credits: 17

Semester 2: Spring Term

  • course - Electrical Circuits I Credits: 4

  • course - College Algebra & Trigonometry Credits: 4

  • course - English Composition: Writing and Research Credits: 3

  • course - Economics Credits: 3

Total Credits: 14

Semester 3: Fall Term

  • course - Electrical Circuits II Credits: 4

  • course - Critical Thinking Credits: 3

  • course - Introduction to Digital Circuits Credits: 4

  • course - Pre-Calculus Mathematics Credits: 4

Total Credits: 15

Semester 4: Spring Term

  • course - Computer Architecture Using Assembly Language Credits: 3

  • course - Programming for Engineers Credits: 3

  • course - Calculus I Credits: 4

  • ELEC225 - Fundamentals of Analog Electronic Devices Credits: 4

Total Credits: 14