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Degrees & Certificates

ENGINEERING 

Associate of Science Degree

(Program: 090100 State Code: 08226)

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Apply the principles of mathematics, science, and engineering to mechanical and electrical systems.
  2. Design and conduct science and engineering experiments, as well as analyze and interpret the data and results of the experiments.
  3. Function within a team, communicate effectively, behave professionally and act with ethical responsibility as it relates to the science and engineering fields.
  4. Utilize techniques, skills, tools, and equipment necessary for the practice of engineering.           
MAJOR: 11 COURSES | 47 UNITS | AS

 


PHYSICS

Associate of Science Degree

(Program: 190200 State Code: 02755)

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Comprehend the core concepts and principles of classical and modern physics.
  2. Recognize the interrelationships between the various principles of physics as well as recognizing the coherence of the entire subject.
  3. Apply the scientific method to design and conduct physics experiments, and to analyze and interpret the data obtained.
  4. Solve problems using a systematic approach, test the correctness of solutions, and interpret results in terms of the physical reality they represent.
  5. Utilize computer applications for data acquisition, presentation, and analysis.
MAJOR: 9 COURSES | 43 UNITS | AS
PHYSICS
Associate of Science (AS-T)

(Program: 190200 State Code: 33154)

To earn the Associate Degree for Transfer, students must meet the following requirements:

A. Completion of 60 semester units that are eligible for transfer to the California State University by completing the following:

  • The Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) or the California State University General Education-Breadth Requirements; and
  • A minimum of 18 semester units in a major or area of emphasis, as approved by the CCC Chancellor's Office.

B. Obtainment of a minimum grade point average of 2.0 or higher. Students completing this degree will have satisfied the lower division major preparation and transfer requirements for priority admission consideration to a local CSU campus.

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Comprehend the core concepts and principles of classical and modern physics.
  2. Recognize the interrelationships between the various principles of physics as well as recognizing the coherence of the entire subject.
  3. Apply the scientific method to design and conduct physics experiments, and to analyze and interpret the data obtained.
  4. Solve problems using a systematic approach, test the correctness of solutions, and interpret results in terms of the physical reality they represent.
  5. Utilize computer applications for data acquisition, presentation, and analysis.
MAJOR: 6 COURSES | 30 UNITS | AS-T

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