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Engineering Science (A.S.) - Curriculum content and the overall program have been reviewed and endorsed by the New York State Association of Engineering Colleges. As such, qualified graduates transfer as juniors to numerous outstanding accredited engineering colleges in New York State. This list includes transfer to such institutions as Polytechnic Institute, Manhattan College, Rochester Institute of Technology, Cornell University, Columbia University, Clarkson University, Hofstra University, Syracuse University, Union College, New York Institute of Technology, SUNY at Stony Brook, SUNY Maritime, SUNY at Buffalo and SUNY at Binghamton. The program is also accepted with liberal arts transfer credit at out-of-state accredited schools of engineering such as Penn State and the Stevens Institute of Technology.

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Engineering Science
A.S. Program
Hegis Code: 5609

Total Credits: 70-71

First Semester Credits
CHE 151 Inorganic Chemistry I 4
ENG 101 Composition I 3
ENS 101 Graphics * 1
ENS 103 Elementary Engineering I 1
MAT 122 Calculus I 4
NCC 101 The College Experience (by advisement) 1
PHY 122 Mechanics and Hydraulics 4
Total Semester Credits 17-18
   
Second Semester Credits
CHE 152 Inorganic Chemistry II 4
ENS 104 Computational Methods Engineering 2
ENS 205 Statics 3
MAT 123 Calculus II 4
PED Activity Course(s) 1
PHY 123 Heat and Sound 4
Total Semester Credits 18
   
Third Semester Credits
ENG 102 Composition II 3
ENS 206 Dynamics 3
ENS 225 Engineering Circuit Analysis I 4
MAT 225 Multivariable Calculus 4
PHY 222 Electricity and Magnetism 4
Total Semester Credits 18
   
Fourth Semester Credits
ECO 208 Principles of Microeconomics 3
Elective *** 3
MAT 234 Elementary Differential Equations 3
PED Activity Course (s) 1
Technical Electives ** 6-7
Total Semester Credits 16-17
*ENS 105 Introduction to CAD available as per departmental approval.
**Engineering Technical Electives are selected based upon the student's intended Engineering major as follows: Electrical Engineering:
ENS 226 Circuit Analysis II,
PHY 223 Introduction to Modern Physics and
Lab Mechanical/Civil:
ENS 207 Mechanics of Materials,
ENS 230 Engineering Thermodynamics
Engineering Thermodynamics; Chemical Engineering:
This concentration must be declared before the first semester of attendance and requires a unique pattern with an emphasis on Chemistry.
***This course should be taken in summer session to allow for a more complete selection of Engineering electives and a lighter load during the academic year.