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Catalog Year: 2015

Associate in Engineering Science


Program Description

Bachelor's engineering programs are highly structured to meet the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) standards required for candidates seeking Illinois registration as a professional engineer. The Associate in Engineering Science (AES) Degree is designed to parallel the first two years of pre-engineering programs at most Illinois universities and facilitates students transferring into a bachelor's engineering program with junior standing. Due to the rigor of the AES curriculum, it is ideal for students to have taken a fourth course of math in high school, or at least have an aptitude in science and math. Students should select courses in consultation with a counselor and should decide on their engineering specialty and their preferred transfer school at the beginning of the sophomore year (at 30 semester hours), since engineering course selections may vary by specialty and school. Admission into engineering is very competitive. Completion of the pre-engineering courses alone does not guarantee admission to an engineering program. The General Education courses required for the AES degree are approved by the Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI); however, the structure of the AES does not meet the minimum IAI General Education Core Requirements. Students will need to complete the general education requirements of the school to which they transfer.
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AES Communications Requirement : AES Communications

Take :
ENG-101 and ENG-102

AES Math Requirement : AES Math Requirement

Take :
MTH-133 and MTH-134

AES Life/Physical Science Requirements : AES Life/Physcial Sc

Take :
CHM-142 and PHY-111

AES Humanities/Fine Arts Requirements : AES HUM/Fine Arts

Take 3.00000 Credit(s) from :
SPN-202 or GRM-202 or FRN-202 or HIS-118 or HIS-160 or HUM-101 or HUM-102 or HUM-103 or HUM-110 or HUM-112 or HUM-113 or HUM-115 or HUM-116 or HUM-170 or HUM-202 or HUM-203 or HUM-204 or HUM-205 or HUM-216 or LIT-201 or LIT-202 or LIT-203 or LIT-205 or LIT-210 or LIT-211 or LIT-214 or LIT-215 or LIT-216 or LIT-217 or LIT-223 or LIT-229 or LIT-230 or LIT-231 or LIT-235 or LIT-241 or LIT-242 or LIT-243 or LIT-244 or LIT-245 or ART-115 or ART-151 or ART-152 or ART-153 or ART-154 or ART-155 or HUM-101 or HUM-102 or HUM-103 or MUS-104 or MUS-105 or MUS-106 or THE-100 or THE-122 or THE-124 or CMS-106 or IAI-HUM or GEN-HUM or IAI-FAR or GEN-FAR or IAI-HFI or GEN-HFI

ASE Social/Behavioral Sciences Courses : AES SOC/BHVSC Crss

Take 3.00000 Credit(s) from :
ECN-101 or ECN-102 or ECN-103 or GEO-116 or GEO-216 or HIS-101 or HIS-102 or HIS-115 or HIS-116 or HIS-120 or HIS-121 or HIS-130 or HIS-131 or HIS-140 or HIS-141 or HIS-151 or HIS-152 or POS-150 or POS-151 or POS-152 or POS-250 or POS-251 or POS-253 or ATR-120 or ATR-210 or ATR-220 or ATR-250 or PSY-100 or PSY-212 or PSY-214 or PSY-215 or PSY-218 or SOC-100 or SOC-201 or SOC-209 or SOC-210 or SOC-211 or SOC-220 or IAI-SSC or GEN-SSC or IAI-BSC or GEN-BSC or IAI-SBI or GEN-SBI

AES Prerequisite Course Requirements : AES Prereq Courses

Take 1 Course(s) from :
CIS-123 or MTH-123

AND

Take :
MTH-201 and MTH-202 and PHY-112

AES Pre-Engineering Speciality Courses : EGR Speciality Crss

Take 5.00000 Credit(s) from :
ECN-103 or CHM-143 or CHM-234 or CHM-235 or CIS-223 or EGR-101 or EGR-152 or EGR-252 or PHY-113

AES Minimum Program Credit : AES CR CHECK

Take 60.00000 Credit(s) from :
ENG-101 or ENG-102 or MTH-133 or MTH-134 or CHM-142 or PHY-111 or FRN-202 or GRM-202 or SPN-202 or HIS-118 or HIS-160 or HUM-101 or HUM-102 or HUM-103 or HUM-110 or HUM-112 or HUM-113 or HUM-170 or HUM-202 or HUM-203 or HUM-204 or HUM-205 or HUM-216 or HUM-115 or HUM-116 or LIT-201 or LIT-202 or LIT-203 or LIT-205 or LIT-210 or LIT-211 or LIT-214 or LIT-215 or LIT-216 or LIT-217 or LIT-223 or LIT-229 or LIT-235 or LIT-231 or LIT-242 or LIT-244 or LIT-230 or LIT-241 or LIT-243 or LIT-245 or ART-115 or ART-151 or ART-154 or ART-155 or ART-152 or ART-153 or MUS-104 or MUS-105 or MUS-106 or MUS-107 or CMS-106 or THE-100 or THE-122 or THE-124 or ECN-101 or ECN-102 or ECN-103 or GEO-116 or HIS-101 or HIS-102 or HIS-115 or HIS-116 or HIS-120 or HIS-121 or HIS-130 or HIS-131 or HIS-140 or HIS-141 or HIS-151 or HIS-152 or POS-150 or POS-151 or POS-152 or POS-250 or POS-251 or POS-253 or ATR-120 or ATR-210 or ATR-220 or ATR-250 or PSY-100 or PSY-212 or PSY-214 or PSY-218 or SOC-100 or SOC-201 or SOC-209 or SOC-210 or SOC-220 or PSY-215 or SOC-215 or CIS-123 or MTH-123 or MTH-201 or MTH-202 or PHY-112 or CHM-143 or CHM-234 or CHM-235 or CIS-223 or EGR-101 or EGR-152 or EGR-252 or PHY-113

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This catalog is provided for informational purposes only and does not constitute a contract. The college reserves the right to change, modify, or alter without notice all fees, tuition, expenses, and costs of any kind and further reserves the right to add or delete without notice any course or program offering, service or information in this catalog. It is the responsibility of any student or employee to become familiar with any changes in this catalog.
 
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