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Associate in Science Degree Program

College of Technology:
Engineering Science

The "Engineering Pathway" consists primarily of coursework in engineering, mathematics, and the sciences. In addition to the 64-hour core of courses shown below, a grade average of "B" with no grade less than a "C" is required for continuation at UConn's School of Engineering, where you can earn a bachelor of science degree in:

  • Chemical Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Computer Science and Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering or Materials Engineering (as a double major with one of the preceding)
Course of Study
Mathematics
Credits
   Calculus I & II
8
   Multivariable Calculus
4
   Differential Equations
3
Physics
   Calculus-based w/ Lab
8
Chemistry
   General Chemistry w/ Lab
8
English
   Composition
3
   Composition and Literature
3
Humanities & Social Sciences
   Arts
3
   Western Culture
3
   Philosopy & Ethical Analysis
3
   Social Science
3
Engineering Science
   Statics
3
   Dynamics
3
Computer Programming
   FORTRAN, Pascal or C
3
Other
   Electives (possibly foreign of technical language)
6

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