Liberal Arts/Engineering Science Associate in Arts

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Engineering Science is a transfer program which meets the first and second year Baccalaureate requirements for math, chemistry, and physics which are the foundation of an Engineering career. The program of study has been developed in consultation with the University of New Hampshire’s College of Engineering and Physics to align program requirements for transfer purposes. The core courses in the program are also common to most undergraduate Engineering programs.

The program is designed so that if a student’s math placement scores indicate the need for prerequisites, the student may take 100 and 200 level pre-requisite math courses from the current college catalog as part of his/her Associate Degree requirements rather than as a qualification for program matriculation. The student will still complete the equivalent first year math and science courses of an Engineering Baccalaureate program. To fulfill the Elective requirements of the program, students may choose from math and science courses that will fulfill second year requirements at Baccalaureate institutions or from technical area courses or course sequences that are also transferable into many Engineering disciplines.

Requirements

Transfer Credit Policy
In addition to Great Bay transfer credit policies, Liberal Arts and Science courses will be considered for transfer regardless of when they were taken as long as they meet minimum grade requirements. See individual department policies for program exceptions on general education requirements. In the case of English and math course transfers, it may be recommended that the student take portions of the Accuplacer Placement Test to demonstrate the skill level required for success in subsequent classes within the program.

Transfer of a course to this institution does not guarantee transfer of that same course to subsequent institutions. SAT testing may be required by some transfer institutions.
 

Core Requirements

Course ID Course Theory Lab Credits
FYE101 First Year Seminar 1 0 1
Classroom 1, Lab 0, Total 1
ENGL110 College Composition I 4 0 4
Classroom 4, Lab 0, Total 4
ENGL214 College Composition II 3 0 3
Classroom 3, Lab 0, Total 3
CHEM115 General Chemistry I 3 3 4
Classroom 3, Lab 3, Total 4
CHEM116 General Chemistry II 3 3 4
Classroom 3, Lab 3, Total 4
PHYS290 University Physics I 3 3 4
Classroom 3, Lab 3, Total 4
MATH230 Calculus I 4 0 4
Classroom 4, Lab 0, Total 4
Math Elective 4 0 4
Classroom 4, Lab 0, Total 4
Foreign Language/Humanities/Fine Arts Elective 9 0 9
Classroom 9, Lab 0, Total 9
Social Science Elective 9 0 9
Classroom 9, Lab 0, Total 9
Liberal Arts Elective 9 0 9
Classroom 9, Lab 0, Total 9
Total Credits 55

Course Sequences

One of the following 3 sequences must be chosen:

Course ID Course Theory Lab Credits
Sequence I
 
CIS112 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming 2 2 3
Classroom 2, Lab 2, Total 3
CIS118 Introduction to .NET 2 2 3
Classroom 2, Lab 2, Total 3
MATH250 Calculus II 4 0 4
Classroom 4, Lab 0, Total 4
PHYS295 University Physics II 3 3 4
Classroom 3, Lab 3, Total 4
or Sequence II
 
CIS112 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming 2 2 3
Classroom 2, Lab 2, Total 3
CIS148 Introduction to Java Programming 2 2 3
Classroom 2, Lab 2, Total 3
CIS158 Introduction to C++ 2 2 3
Classroom 2, Lab 2, Total 3
Plus 1 of the following 2 courses
 
MATH250 Calculus II 4 0 4
Classroom 4, Lab 0, Total 4
PHYS295 University Physics II 3 3 4
Classroom 3, Lab 3, Total 4
or Sequence III
 
IST113 IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software 2 2 3
Classroom 2, Lab 2, Total 3
IST122 Introduction to Networks 2 2 3
Classroom 2, Lab 2, Total 3
* IST122 Introduction to Networks may be substituted by IST151 Windows Network Operating Systems
 
MATH250 Calculus II 4 0 4
Classroom 4, Lab 0, Total 4
PHYS295 University Physics II 3 3 4
Classroom 3, Lab 3, Total 4
Total Credits

Total Overall Credits : 68

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