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People working in the field of engineering and related technical fields "bridge the gap" between scienctific and principles and the application of these principles to the needs of society. The field is quite diversified with exciting job opportunities for people with varied mathematical, scientific, and technical skills. An engineer uses experience and judgement, as well as advanced training in engineering, science, and mathematics to formulate ideas and designs, and to determine standards, specifications, work orders, and schedules so that projects can be economically beneficial to mankin. A Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering is required. Many engineers even earn Master's or Doctorate degrees.
|Required Courses: 47 units
|MATH B6a||Analytic Geometry and Calculus I 4.0|
|MATH B6b||Analytic Geometry and Calculus II 4.0|
|MATH B6c||Calculus III 4.0|
|MATH B6d||Ordinary Differential Equations 3.0|
|CHEM B1a||General Chemistry 5.0|
|PHYS B4a||Mechanics and Wave Motion 4.0|
|PHYS B4b||Heat, Electricity, and Magnetism 4.0|
|PHYS B4c||Optics and Modern Physics 4.0|
|ENGR B17||Introduction to Electric Circuits 3.0|
|ENGR B36||Engineering Mechanics-Statics 3.0|
|ENGR B45||Properties of Materials 3.0|
|ENGR B19C/C++||Computer Programming for Science, Engineering and Technology 3.0|
|ENGR B47||Introduction to Engineering & Design 3.0|