Engineering Science (A.S.)


Minimum program credit hours: 66

Program Codes

Degree Option
Associate in Science Degree
Hegis Code
Curriculum Code
General Requirements
39 credit hours Degree Requirements Met
ENG 1510: English Composition I3
ENG 1530: English Composition II3
Social Sciences Electives - SUNY Gen Ed3
Social Sciences Electives

(up to 3 credits may need to be SUNY General Education-category specific)

CHE 1550: College Chemistry I4
MAT 1710: Calculus/Analytic Geometry I4
MAT 1720: Calculus/Analytic Geometry II4
MAT 2650: Calculus/Analytic Geometry III4
MAT 2680: Ordinary Differential Equations3
PHY 1710: Analytical Physics I4
PHY 2710: Analytical Physics II4

Core Requirements
27-28 credit hours Degree Requirements Met
CSC 1610: Computer Programming for SCI/ENR3
ENR 1560: Introduction to Engineering and Design4
ENR 2510: Thermodynamics4
ENR 2550: Mechanics-Statics3
ENR 2560: Mechanics-Dynamics3
ENR 2740: Analysis of Linear Electrical Circuits3

Choose 2 from the following:

CHE 1560: College Chemistry II4
CHE 2530: Organic Chemistry I4
ENR 2580: Strength of Materials4
MAT 2670: Linear Algebra3


Important Points
  • Choosing electives carefully, with the help of an advisor, students can complete a focus in aerospace/mechanical, biomedical/chemical, civil, environmental, or industrial engineering.
  • Students routinely elect to take up to 70 credit hours to enhance transferability.
  • Recommended social sciences electives are ECO 2610: Macroeconomic Principles and/or ECO 2620: Microeconomic Principles.

Program Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, students will be able to:

  1. Apply differential calculus, integral calculus, and ordinary differential equations to the solution of engineering problems.
  2. Create programming scripts that can be used in the solution of engineering level numerical analysis problems.
  3. Identify and differentiate the various fields of engineering, including entrance requirements and ultimate career outcomes.
  4. Apply engineering analysis skills in the area of rigid body statics, rigid body dynamics, strength of materials, electrical circuit analysis, and modern physics.
  5. Develop calculus-based physics skills including mechanics, heat, thermodynamics, electricity & magnetism, and light.
  6. Develop an understanding of chemistry related topics such as structure and bonding of matter, stoichiometry, solutions, kinetics, thermodynamics, equilibrium, nuclear and organic chemistry.