Engineering Science

Associate in Science Degree Program

Hegis Code: 5609 Admissions: 1-800-724-0833
ext. 5018 or 5022
NYSED Code: 82427 admissions@sunyulster.edu

 

Program Description
Students who complete this program earn an Associate in Science degree. The program provides basic preparation for students who plan to continue engineering studies at a four-year college. Applicants should have above-average grades in high school mathematics and chemistry. High school physics is recommended. Applicants with deficiencies in science or mathematics may be accepted and given an opportunity to complete appropriate courses to strengthen their background before acceptance into the program.

Students may choose from four concentrations:

The College's Engineering Science Program is affiliated with the Two-Year Engineering Science Association (TYESA) and the Association of Engineering Colleges of New York State (AECNYS).

Program Outcomes
At the completion of the AS Engineering Science Degree program, a student will be able to

  • Effectively write grammatically correct essays with a focused main idea, logically developed with supporting details including the incorporation of information from secondary sources, properly cited;
  • Critically read and orally present researched information in an organized, effective manner;
  • Demonstrate the ability to conduct and document research, including gathering information, logically analyzing problems, drawing inferences, and proposing solutions;
  • Apply appropriate mathematical procedures and quantitative methods to solve practical problems in mathematics and in engineering science;
  • Demonstrate an understanding of scientific principles of inquiry including hypothesis formation, designing and conducting experiments, and formulating conclusions in chemistry and physics;
  • Demonstrate an understanding of good laboratory practice;
  • Understand and critically analyze human society, behavior, and our institutions;
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the arts, such as literature, philosophy, music, visual arts and/or performing arts and their relationship with history, society and culture;
  • Utilize the computer to analyze engineering problems and designs of equipment, structures, mathematical processes, and numerical analysis through use of original source code in higher-level languages;
  • Learn to think analytically as an engineer, including concepts of spatial relationships, drawing, descriptive geometry, vector analysis, and CAD.CAM systems;
  • Become familiar with internal logic circuitry of computer programming, data structures, and overall internal computer organization;
  • Demonstrate the ability to analyze electric circuits in the time-and-phasor-domains using techniques such as nodal and mesh analysis, Thevenin and Norton equivalent circuits, transient analysis of first-and second-order circuits, and phasor analysis of one-and three-phase circuits;
  • Apply chemistry and physics principles to practical analysis of mechanics, materials, and electronics.

Employment Potential
Graduates of the program transferring to four-year institutions to pursue baccalaureate and higher degrees will easily find employment in the various fields of engineering represented in this curriculum, including aeronautical, civil, chemical, computer, electrical, industrial, mechanical, and nuclear.

Requirements for Program Entry

  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Satisfactory placement in Entering Student Assessment

Developmental Assistance Available

For students who do not meet basic reading and math requirements or who have other learning issues, extra assistance is available through the Learning Center, The Gary and Janaki Math Center, the Writing Center, the Peer and Friend Tutor Program, and English as a Second Language (ESL) tutors.

For More Information

For more information contact Admissions here or the Department here.


Curriculum
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Aeronautical, Civil, Industrial, Mechanical, and Nuclear Engineering
To print a copy of the Program Planning Sheet, click here
First Semester
Course Number Description Credits
CHE 103 General Chemistry I 4
COM 105 Public Speaking 3
ENG 101 College English I 3
ENR 103 Engineering Communications 1
LIB 111 Information Literacy 1
MAT 170 * Calculus I 4
Semester Credits 16
Second Semester
CHE 104 or 
ESC 104 and
SVY 101
General Chemistry II or
Physical Geology and
Introduction to Surveying

4
ENG 102 College English II 3
ENR 107 Engineering Graphic Analysis 1
ENR 110 Engineering Programming 3
MAT 180 Calculus II 4
PHY 109 General Physics I 4
Semester Credits 19
Third Semester
ENR 208 Introduction to Circuit Analysis 3
ENR 215 Engineering Mechanics: Statics 3
ENR 217 Strength of Materials 3
ENR 218

Introduction to Circuit Analysis Laboratory

 

1
MAT 204 Differential Equations 4
PHY 110 General Physics II 4
Semester Credits 17-18
Fourth Semester
ENR 206 Engineering Materials 3
ENR 216 Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 3
MAT 203 Calculus III 4
Elective General Education Elective

3

Semester Credits 13
Total Credits 66
NOTE: Through advisement, students will also fulfill General Education Requirements.
 
* Prerequisite: MAT 160 with a grade C or better or high school equivalent.
** ESC 104 and SVY 101 option is only for students studying engineering.
*** Choose one course from the following Gen Ed categories: Arts, American History, Western Civilizations, Other World Civilization, Foreign Language or Social Science.
 

Chemical Engineering Sequence
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First Semester
Course Number Description Credits
CHE 103 General Chemistry I 4
COM 105 Public Speaking 3
ENG 101 College English I 3
ENR 103 Engineering Communications 1
LIB 111 Information Literacy 1
MAT 170 * Calculus I 4
Semester Credits 16
Second Semester
CHE 104 General Chemistry II 4
ENG 102 College English II 3
ENR 107 Engineering Graphic Analysis 1
ENR 110 Engineering Programming 3
MAT 180 Calculus II 4
PHY 109 General Physics I 4
Semester Credits 19
Third Semester
CHE 201 Organic Chemistry I 4
ENR 208 Introduction to Circuit Analysis 3
ENR 218 Introduction to Circuit Analysis Laboratory 1
MAT 204 Differential Equations 4
PHY 110 General Physics II 4
Semester Credits 16
Fourth Semester
CHE 202 Organic Chemistry II 4
ENR 206 Engineering Materials 3
MAT 203 Calculus III 4
Elective Social Science or General Education Elective

3

Semester Credits 14
Total Credits 65
NOTE: Through advisement, students will also fulfill General Education Requirements.
 
* Prerequisite: MAT 160 with a grade C or better or high school equivalent.
 
   

Computer Engineering
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First Semester
CHE 103 General Chemistry I 4
CSC 150 Introduction to Computer Science
with CS1
4
ENG 101 College English I 3
ENR 103 Engineering Communications 1
LIB 111 Information Literacy 1
MAT 170 * Calculus 1 4
Semester Credits 17
Second Semester
CSC 201 Data Structures - CS2 4
ENG 102 College English II 3
ENR 110 Engineering Programming 3
MAT 180 Calculus II 4
PHY 109 General Physics I 4
Semester Credits 18
Third Semester
CSC 250 Computer Organization and Assembler Programming 4
ENR 208 Introduction to Circuit Analysis 3
ENR 218 Introduction to Circuit Analysis Laboratory 1
MAT 204 Differential Equations 4
PHY 110 General Physics II 4
Semester Credits 16
Fourth Semester
COM 105 Public Speaking 3
ENR 213 Circuits and Electronics 4
ENR 107 Engineering Graphical Analysis 1
MAT 203 Calculus III 4
Elective Social Science or General Education Elective

3

Semester Credits 15
Total Credits 66
NOTE: Through advisement, students will also fulfill General Education Requirements.
* Prerequisite: MAT 160 with a grade C or better or high school equivalent.
   

Electrical Engineering
To print a copy of the Program Planning Sheet, click here
First Semester
Course Number Description Credits
CHE 103 General Chemistry I 4
COM 105 Public Speaking 3
ENG 101 College English I 3
ENR 103 Engineering Communications 1
LIB 111 Information Literacy 1
MAT 170 * Calculus I 4
Semester Credits 16
Second Semester
ENG 102 College English II 3
ENR 107 Engineering Graphic Analysis 1
ENR 110 Engineering Programming 3
MAT 180 Calculus II 4
PHY 109 General Physics I 4
Elective** Engineering Elective 3-4
Semester Credits 18-19
Third Semester
ENR 208 Introduction to Circuit Analysis 3
ENR 215 Engineering Mechanics: Statics 3
ENR 218 Introduction to Circuit Analysis Laboratory 1
MAT 204 Differential Equations 4
PHY 110 General Physics II 4
Semester Credits 15
Fourth Semester
ENR 206 Engineering Materials 3
ENR 213 Circuits and Electronics 4
ENR 216 Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics 3
MAT 203 Calculus III 4
Elective Social Science or General Education Elective

3

Semester Credits 17
Total Credits 66-67
NOTE: Through advisement, students will also fulfill General Education Requirements.
 
* Prerequisite: MAT 160 with a grade C or better or high school equivalent.
**Engineering Elective choose from CHE 104, CSC 150, or ENR 217.
 

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