Electrical Engineering

A.S. Degree

Communication 9 hours
  ENGL 1010 Composition I 3 hours  
  ENGL 1020 Composition II 3 hours  
  SPCH 1010 Fundamentals of Speech Comm. or other approved speech/communication course 3 hours  
Humanities and/or Fine Arts (at least one course in literature) 9 hours
Social/Behavioral Sciences 6 hours
History 6 hours
Natural Sciences 8 hours
  PHYS 2110 Calculus-based Physics I 4 hours  
  PHYS 2120 Calculus-based Physics II 4 hours  
Mathematics 4 hours

 

MATH 1910 Calculus I 4 hours  
General Education Total 42 hours

  CHEM 1110 General Chemistry 4 hours  
  MATH 1920 Calculus II 4 hours  
 

MATH 2110 Calculus III

4 hours  
  MATH 2010 Linear Algebra 3 hours  
 

MATH 2120 Differential Equations

3 hours  
  Programming (C++) 3 hours  
  ENGR 2130 Circuits I (with lab) 4 hours  
Area of Emphasis Total 25 hours
   
Electrical Engineering Total 67 hours
   
Additional Information:
  • *Students are encouraged to take two courses, Circuits II and Digital Design, before transferring to a university.
  • Courses in engineering technology do not fulfill any of the requirements for the Area of Emphasis in Electrical Engineering.
  • Although it is possible to complete the B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering in four semesters after earning the associate's degree, students typically need five or six semesters to complete requirements.
  • Total semester hours required for the A.S. Degree are 67.

 

Curricular Map

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (Major) ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE (Degree)
 
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
SEMESTER & COURSES CREDIT
HOURS
SEMESTER & COURSES CREDIT
HOURS
Semester 1 (Fall)   Semester 2 (Spring)  
English 1010: Composition I 3 English 1020: Composition II 3
Programming Language course 3 PHYS 2110: Calculus-based Physics I 4
MATH 1910 Calculus I 4 MATH 1920: Calculus II 4
CHEM 1110: General Chemistry I 4 Humanities/Fine Arts 3
History 3 History 3
 
Subtotal Semester 1 17 Subtotal Semester 2 17
 
Semester 3 (Fall)   Semester 4 (Spring)  
Speech 3 Social/Behaviorl Science* 3
Social/Behavioral Science* 3 Circuits I course 3
PHYS 2120: Calculus-based Physics II 4 Humanities/Fine Arts 4
Literature 3 MATH 2120: Differential Equations 3
MATH 2110: Calculus III 4 MATH 2010: Linear/Matrix Algebra 3
 
Subtotal Semester 3 17 Subtotal Semester 4 16
 
    Total Credit Hours 67
 
NOTES:
*Students transferring to UT Martin should take ECON 2010: Macroeconomics as one of their two Social/Behavioral General Education Courses.
Students are encouraged to take two courses, Circuits II and Digital Design, before transferring to a university. Courses in engineering technology do not fulfill any of the requirements for the Area of Emphasis in Electrical Engineering.
Although it is possible to compete the B.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering in four semesters after earning the associate's degree, students typically need five or six semesters to complete requirements.

 

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