The Associate of Science in Engineering – Electrical Engineering Program prepares students to pursue a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering at a four-year university in the state of Maryland.  Students in the ASE-EE Program will receive extensive training to build a strong foundation in mathematics, physics, chemistry, and the fundamentals of electrical engineering.  Graduates of the program will have the opportunity to seamlessly transfer to an electrical engineering program as juniors at a four-year university in the state of Maryland.

 

Program of Study
 

SEMESTER  1     

PRE 100      Preparation for Academic Achievement          1                     

CHE 101      General Chemistry I                                        4

EGN 101      Engineering Graphics                                     3

ELC 120       DC Circuit Analysis                                         3

MAT 140      Calculus I                                                         4

SP 101         Fundamental of Speech Communication        3

Subtotal                                                                                18

 

SEMESTER 2

CHE 102 General Chemistry II                                              4

CSC 108 Programming in C                                                  3

ELC 121 AC Circuit Analysis                                                 3

HLF xxx Health and Life Fitness Elective                               1

MAT 141 Calculus II                                                                4

ENG 101 English Composition                                                 3

Subtotal                                                                                   18

 

SEMESTER 3

ELC 256 Digital Fundamentals                                              3

ENG 20x English Literature (200 or 205)                               3

HLF xxx Health and Life Fitness Elective                               1

MAT 210 Advanced Calculus                                                 4

PHY 203 General Physics I                                                    5

Subtotal                                                                                   16

 

SEMESTER 4

ECO 201 Macroeconomics                                                    3

EGN 205 Special Topics in Electrical Engineering                1

H      1xx History (101 or 151)                                                 3

MAT 211 Differential Equations                                              4

PHY 204 General Physics II                                                    5

Subtotal                                                                                   16

 

Program Total:                                                                         68

 * All electrical engineering students must meet the college-wide graduation requirements listed in the College Catalog.