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Total Credit Hours: 64 credits
SCC Institutional Requirements
- Complete specific program requirements as listed below.
- Complete a minimum of 15 credit hours at SCC.
- Earn a 2.00 cumulative grade point average.
Suggested Schedule Planning
Students wanting to complete an Associate of Science Degree must follow one of the programs outlined in the SCC/Missouri University of Science and Technology "Model Program for Engineering Transfers" or SCC/University of Missouri-Columbia "Engineering Transfer Program." Should you experience difficulty transferring your SCC coursework to another institution, contact the vice president for academic and student affairs for assistance with an appeal to the receiving institution.
Transfer Guides Available: Determination of specific courses should be based on the individual engineering area desired (electrical, mechanical, civil, etc.) and the school to which you plan to transfer. Transfer Guides are available for Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, Missouri University of Science and Technology, UM-Columbia, UM-St. Louis/Washington University Joint Engineering Program and Washington University.
|First Semester (15 credits)|
|MAT 180||Calculus and Analytic Geometry I*||5|
|CHM 115||General Chemistry I||5|
|ENG 101||English Composition I||3|
|EGR 100||Introduction to Engineering**||1|
|Second Semester (16 credits)|
|MAT 230||Calculus and Analytic Geometry II||5|
|PHY 250||Engineering Physics I||5|
|ENG 102 or||English Composition II** or||3|
|SPE 101/110||Oral Communication/Interpersonal Communication**|
|EGR 104||Engineering Design**||3|
|Third Semester (16 credits)|
|MAT 240||Calculus and Analytic Geometry III||5|
|PHY 251||Engineering Physics II||5|
|EGR 170||Engineering Mechanics-Statics||3|
|HIS 101 or||U.S. History to 1877 or||3|
|HIS 102 or||U.S. History Since 1877 or|
|HIS 115 or||U.S. History Since 1945 or|
|HIS 270 or||History of Missouri or|
|POL 101 or||American Government or|
|POL 102||State and Local Government|
|Fourth Semester (15-16 credits)|
|CPT course per transfer institution – CPT 182/187/189/281**||3|
|Humanities/social science elective+||3|
|MAT 250||Differential Equations||3|
|ECO 110 or||Principles of Macroeconomics or||3|
|ECO 120||Microeconomics **|
|EGR 210 or||Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics or||3|
|EGR 220||Electrical Circuits **|
|EGR 221||Electrical Circuits Lab (optional)||1|
|Total Hours Required for Graduation: 62-63 credits|
+ Humanities/Social Science Electives – Typical social science courses include history, political science, sociology,
* The Academic Skills Assessment or appropriate ACT scores are required before enrolling in
** Check with transfer institution to see if this course is required for engineering area desired.
Per College policy Individual students may be required to take COL 101.