Jump over the site's primary content.

Engineering Science (Associate in Engineering Science Degree)

62 credit hours.

The Associate in Engineering Science is a two-year program designed to prepare students to transfer as a junior in a baccalaureate-engineering program. The A.E.S. represents the first two years of a typical four-year program. During the two years of the A.E.S. program, students will complete the core courses for most engineering programs, including math, physics, chemistry and engineering mechanics. After completing the A.E.S. program, remaining requirements to earn a baccalaureate degree typically include program/department-specific electives. Students should consult an advisor to determine the range of electives most appropriate for the transfer institution they plan to attend.

AES Degree course requirements

The minimum number of 62 semester hours of credit are required to earn the A.E.S. degree.

Refer to the curriculum sequence for an example two year sequence of courses.

Information contained on this Web site is subject to change. Please check with an academic advisor for current course offerings and program requirements. Current students with continual enrollment may graduate under the current program requirements or any program requirements in effect since first enrollment. Students who intend to graduate must meet with an Academic Advisor to complete an "Application to Graduate" form a full semester prior to graduation. This will help ensure that a student meets all graduation requirements. Remember to always check with the school you are interested in attending for specific requirements.