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Associate of Science - Engineering Electives


Select Nine credit hours from the list:

CIT 105 Programming I 3-0-3
This course involves problem solving on the introductory level. Structured and object oriented programming methodologies are introduced. The student is exposed to sequence, selection, repetition and subprograms forming a strong foundation for later course work. A modern high-level language is used as a vehicle for mastering these concepts. Pre- or corequisite: MTH 100 or eligible placement score.

CIT 205 Programming II 3-0-3
This course is a higher level of programming with advanced problem solving. The following concepts are covered: user defined types and data abstraction, dynamic memory allocation, inheritance, polymorphism, composite data types, enumerated data types, logical array implementations, stacks, queues, and trees. Efficient use of data is stressed. Pre-requisite CIT105 Pre- or corequisite: MTH140 or eligible placement score. (SP)

MTH 250: Differential Equations 3-0-3
This is an advanced course for pre-engineering students. Topics include differential equations of first order and first degree, applications of first order, first degree differential equations, homogeneous linear differential equations with constant coefficients, Laplace transforms, power series, series solutions, and numerical solutions of differential equations.(SP)

PHY122: General Chemistry II 3-4-5
General Chemistry II is the second course in the general chemistry sequence. The course includes study of chemical equilibria, acid-base chemistry, chemical kinetics, thermodynamics, oxidationreduction reactions, nuclear chemistry, and introduction to carbon chemistry. This course is designed for pre-professional, science, and engineering majors but is open to all students who have met the prerequisite. Course includes a laboratory component. Prerequisite: PHY121.

PHY 222: Elementary Organic Chemistry 4-2-5
Organic Chemistry I emphasizes the fundamental principles of chemistry. Topics include: introduction to structure, nomenclature, properties, synthesis and reactions of aliphatic and aromatic carbon compounds. This course is designed for all science majors but is open to all students who have met the pre-requisite. Course includes a laboratory component. Prerequisite: A grade of “C” or better in PHY122. (IN)