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2022-23 Academic Catalog 
2022-23 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Engineering Transfer - ENGR.AS

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By choosing the appropriate math, science, and engineering electives in the 3rd and 4th semesters, a student can major in Chemical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Environmental, Industrial or Mechanical Engineering. See see suggested course of studies for ENGR programs.  .

All engineering majors have a common first year curriculum. The following pages list the typical second year curriculum for each specialized engineering field. By careful selection of engineering, mathematics, and science electives during a student’s second year, with the assistance of his/her advisor, the student can be prepared to transfer to almost any college or university in the country. Most four year engineering schools have a “General Education” component that requires a broad and diverse selection of social science and humanities electives. It is recommended that students select SOC-101 - Introduction to Sociology , ECN-101 - Introduction to Macroeconomics , and HIS-100 - Survey of Early Western Civilization , while at STCC.

Upon the successful completion of requirements for this program, the degree of Associate in Science in Engineering and Science Transfer will be awarded.

Program Goals

Graduates of this program:

  1. Are qualified to transfer to a 4-year engineering or science-based curriculum.
  2. Are prepared to complete their Baccalaureate Degree in two additional years.
  3. Have developed critical thinking skills.
  4. Have developed mathematical methods of problem-solving.
  5. Can communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
  6. Can conduct research from a variety of sources.
  7. Are computer literate.

(ENGR.AS) Curriculum

Total (ENGR.AS) Curriculum Program Credits: 68-71


  1. BIO-201  Biology 1, should be selected by Computer, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering majors going to UMass.
  2. Computer and Electrical Engineers going to UMass should take CSC-111  while all other engineering majors going to UMass should take CSC-100 .

Program Personnel

Name Title Office Phone Email
Zahi Haddad Faculty/Department Chair 17/309 413-755-4679
Sharon Sheng Faculty 17/327 413-755-4697
Tony Silvestri Faculty 17/415 413-755-4621

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