Engineering

Associate in Science

Engineering

The Engineering, A.S. is focused on providing students with the first two years of a baccalaureate degree in engineering. The program is designed to educate students to meet the challenge of engineering in an ever-changing world and to foster understanding of universal topics in engineering. At the baccalaureate degree level, students can choose to specialize in one of the following engineering disciplines:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

For additional program information, please contact faculty advisor, Al Jou, at (609)343-4966/ajou@atlantic.edu, or contact area coordinator, Michele Leacott, at (609)343-5044/mleacott@atlantic.edu.

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Upon Completion of this program students will be able to:

  • Define engineering and identify common engineering fields;
  • Design engineering graphics;
  • Identify the characteristics of forces and couples;
  • Explain the concepts of stress and strain;
  • Describe kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies.
Courses Credits
GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES - 30 credits
When a General Education course is not specified, refer to the list of approved General Education courses.
Communication (6 credits)  
    ENGL101-Composition I
3
    ENGL102-Composition II
3
Mathematics-Science-Technology (15 credits)  

    CHEM110-General Chemistry I

4

    CISM125-Introduction to Computers

3
    MATH155-Calculus I
4
    PHYS225-General Physics I
4
Social Science (3 credits)  
    Choose: ECON110, PSYC101 or SOCL101
3
Humanities (3 credits)  
    ENGL104-Introduction to Literature
3
General Education Elective (3 credits)  
   Choose:  ARTS103, ARTS115, MUSC100, PSYC101, SOCL101, or THEA110
3
GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES
30
PROGRAM COURSES - 30 CREDITS
    ENGR101-Introduction to Engineering
2
    ENGR200-Engineering Design
3
    ENGR201-Statics
3
    ENGR202-Mechanics of Materials
3
    ENGR204-Dynamics
3
    MATH156-Calculus II
4
    MATH255-Calculus III 4
    MATH256-Differential Equations
4
    PHYS226-General Physics II
4
TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR DEGREE
60
(ENGR) EFFECTIVE FALL 2019  

Recommended sequence of courses:

Course Code Course Name Course Credits

First Semester

(16 credits)

ENGL101

Composition I

3

CISM125

Introduction to Computers

3

ENGR101

Introduction to Engineering

2

MATH155

Calculus I

4

PHYS225

General Physics I (fall only)

4

Second Semester (17 credits)

ENGL102

Composition II

3

ENGL104

Introduction to Literature

3

ENGR200

Engineering Design

3

MATH156

Calculus II

4

PHYS226

General Physics II (spring only)

4

Third Semester (14 credits)

CHEM110

General Chemistry I

4

MATH255

Calculus III (Fall Only)

4

ENGR201

Statics

3

Choose

ECON110, PSYC101, or SOCL101

3

Fourth Semester (13 credits)

ENGR202

Mechanics of Materials

3

ENGR204

Dynamics

3

MATH256

Differential Equations (Spring only)

4

Choose

ARTS103, ARTS115, PSYC101, SOCL101, MUSC100 or THEA110

3