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General Description for Engineering

Engineering is a very broad discipline focusing on the application of science and mathematics to problems of human concern, ranging from mechanical and electrical engineering to civil and industrial.

Transfer Preparation for Engineering

• Engineering: ENGR 110, 120C or 120F, 140, 204 or 251, 250, 260, 270
• Calculus: MATH 250, 251, 252
• Physics: PHYS 270, 272, 274

Engineering Career Options

A few careers in engineering depend on having an associate’s degree, while most require a bachelor’s degree or a degree at the graduate level.

Engineering Faculty
• Lauren Zinola, M.A. lzinola@swccd.edu

Engineering Courses

• ENGR 101 Introduction to Engineering Careers
• ENGR 110 Engineering Design and Graphics
• ENGR 120C Engineering Problem Analysis – C/C++ Language
• ENGR 120F Engineering Problem Analysis -- FORTRAN
• ENGR 140 Engineering Statistics
• ENGR 202 Engineering Statics for Electrical Engineers
• ENGR 204 Engineering Dynamics for Electrical Engineers
• ENGR 250 Engineering Statics
• ENGR 251 Engineering Dynamics
• ENGR 260 Engineering Material
• ENGR 270 Electrical Circuits
• ENGR 295 Selected Topics in Engineering
• ENGR 299 Independent Study

Last updated: 10/17/2011 11:15:01 AM