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Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer Engineering, AS


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The Associate of Science degree in career-related fields has been designed as the natural companion to the Bachelor of Science degrees in those majors.

Associate in Science: Computer Engineering Curriculum


  Department and Number Descriptive Title of Course Credits
General Education  
GE SPCH–WRTG COMM 100 - (FYOC) Public Speaking * – WRTG 107 - (FYW) Composition   6
GE C/IL C/IL 102 - Computing and Information Literacy * 3
GE PHIL–T/RS PHIL 120 - Introduction to Philosophy  – T/RS 121 - (P) Theology I: Introduction to the Bible   6
GE HUMN HUMN ELECT – Humanities Electives 6
GE S/BH S/BH ELECT – Social/Behavioral Elective 9
   
Major/Cognates  
  PHYS 140/PHYS 140L - (E) Elements of Physics I  – PHYS 141/PHYS 141L - (E) Elements of Physics II   8
  PHYS 270/PHYS 270L - (W) Elements of Modern Physics   4
  MATH 103 - (Q) Pre-Calculus Mathematics 1MATH 114 - (Q) Calculus I   8
  MATH 142 - (Q) Discrete Structures   4
  MATH 221 - Calculus II  – MATH 222 - Calculus III   8
  CMPS 134 - Computer Science I  – CMPS 144 - Computer Science II   7
  CMPS 240 - Data Structures and Algorithms   3
  CMPS 250 - Machine Organization and Assembly Language Programming   3
  ENGR 250 - Engineering Mechanics-Statics   3
  E/CE 240 - Introduction to Computer Engineering   3
  E/CE 340 - Digital Systems   3
  EE 241/EE 241L - Circuit Analysis   4
  EE 243L - Digital System Design Laboratory   2
  Total: 90 Credits 

1Math placement testing may determine additional math prerequisites in addition to the math specified for this degree program.

*An approved 3-credit EP Foundation Course may be substituted for COMM 100 and C/IL 102-C/IL 104.  In this case, the total needed for graduation in this major may be reduced.  Consult with your advisor if you have questions.
 

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