Science – Engineering

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Science – Engineering Specialization (881-01)

PROGRAM OF STUDY
FIRST YEAR FALL

Course # Course Title Credit Pre-Requisite
ENG 111 College Composition I 3 ENF 1 or ENF 2, VPT placement of ENF 3 or ENG
HIS 101 or 121 Western Civilizations Pre – 1600 CE or United States History Until 1877 3 VPT Placement of ENF 3 or ENG 11
EGR 121 Foundations of Engineering 2 Vary per VCCS school
CHM 111 College Chemistry I 4 VOT Placement of ENF 3 or ENG 111
MTH 263 Calculus I 4 MTH 161(163) and 162(164) with a C or better
SDV 100 College Success Skills 1  
FIRST YEAR SPRING  
ENG 112 College Composition II 3 ENG 111
HIS 102 or 122 Western Civilization Post- 1600 or United States History Since 1865 or approved Science Elective 3 VPT Placement of ENF 3 or ENG 11
    Approved Humanities Elective 3  
MTH 264 Calculus II 4 MTH 263(273) with a C or better
EGR 122 Engineering Design 3 Vary per VCCS School
HLT/PED   Health/Physical Education 1  
SECOND YEAR FALL  
PHY 241

University Physics I

4 Calculus I
MTH 267 Differential Education 3 MTH 264 (274) with a C or better
MTH 266 Linear Algebra 3 MTH 263(273) with a B or better 264(274) with a C or better
EGR 140

Engineering Mechanics – Statics (or approved engineering elective)

3 MTH 263
ITP 132 C++Programming I 3      (or approved engineering elective) 3 ITP 100( optional); ENF 2 Level
SECOND YEAR SPRING  
ENG   Literature (241, 242,243,244, 251,252,253, or 254) ¹ or Approved Humanities Elective 3 ENG 112
EGR 245 Engineering Mechanics – Dynamics (or approved engineering elective) 3 EGR 140
MTH 265 Calculus III 4 MTH 264 with C or better
PHY 242 University Physics II 4 PHY 241; Calculus II corequisite
EGR 246 Mechanics of Materials (or approved engineering elective) 3 EGR 140
SDV 195 Transfer Education 1  
Total Program Credits 68  

Notes and Additional Curriculum Options

Course substitutions may be available. Please see an advisor for more information.

1At least one semester of World Literature (ENG 251-252) is recommended.

2 Students should consult the social science requirements of the institution to which they are transferring. Social sciences include: Economics, Political Science, Psychology, Geography, and Sociology.

3 All students pursuing an Associate of Arts & Sciences degree must demonstrate information literacy by completing ITE 119, by satisfying the terms of an articulation agreement, or by establishing competency on an approved assessment test.

 

For Further Information, Contact:

Mr. Frank Wright
fwright@mecc.edu 276-523-9049
Mr. Brain Hale
BHale@mecc.edu 276-523-9042
Dr. Derek Whisman, Dean of Arts & Sciences
dwhisman@mecc.edu 276-523-9048