The Associate of Science degree in Engineering incorporates the essential course work for the first two years of study in any engineering field. Some of the course requirements vary within the engineering departments cooperating in this program. In such cases, students will need to consult with the advisor as to the appropriate class for a particular engineering major. Students should consult with their faculty advisor and the institution to which they intend to transfer to ensure transferability of courses.

Electrical Engineering

Semester 1 Semester 2 Semester 3 Semester 4
MTH 140 MTH 141 MTH 240 MTH 241
CHM 160 PHY 220 PHY 222 MTH 230
CHM 161 DDT 200 COM 105 ECO 270
ENG 101 ENG 150 Humanities/Fine Arts Elective EGR 204
PLS 101 Humanities/Fine Arts Elective
EGR 100


If you are uncertain where to start in your math sequence, take a look at the Math Placement with Test Scores Tool to learn more.

We recommend that you only schedule 2 lab based courses per semester.

If you have any questions about the Engineering program please contact, Todd Vangorden at or 417-447-8876.