Associate of Science - Moberly Area Community College

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Degree Requirements



The Associate of Science provides you with the first two years of study toward a Bachelor of Science degree at either the University of Missouri-Columbia (MU) or the Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S & T). You take basic courses common to most engineering disciplines and continue your studies in specialized areas (electrical, mechanical, civil, chemical, etc.) during your remaining years at either MU or Missouri S & T.

Since the Associate of Science degree is designed for the pre-engineering student who plans to transfer to MU or Missouri S & T, the curriculum responds to the expectations of each institution, as outlined in the Engineering Transfer Program Guide developed in cooperation with MU and the Coordinating Board for Higher Education (CBHE) and the Model Program for Engineering Transfers developed in cooperation with Missouri S & T and the Coordinating Board for Higher Education (CBHE). The programs at MU and Missouri S & T differ slightly. It is strongly suggested that if you plan to earn an Associate of Science degree, work very closely with an advisor from both MACC and the receiving school to individually plan the four-semester degree plan.

MU Degree Programs
Biological Engineering Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering Computer Engineering
Computer Science Electrical Engineering
Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering
Naval Sciences
Missouri S & T Degree Programs
Aerospace Engineering Architectural Engineering
Ceramic Engineering Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering Computer Engineering
Electrical Engineering Engineering Management
Environmental Engineering Geological Engineering
Interdisciplinary Engineering Manufacturing Engineering
Mechanical Engineering Metallurgical Engineering
Mining Engineering Nuclear Engineering
Petroleum Engineering

 

Degree Requirements


I. Communications
Required Courses:
Composition I (3)
Exposition (3)
Elective Courses:
Public Speaking (3)
II. Humanities
Any Humanities Course (3)
III. Social & Behavioral Sciences
Required Courses:
American History to 1865 (3)
Macroeconomics (3)
Elective Courses:
Microeconomics (3)
General Psychology (3)
IV. Physical and Biological Sciences
Required Courses:
General Chemistry I (5)
College Physics I (5)
College Physics II (5)

Elective Courses:
General Chemistry II (5)
Quantitative Analysis (5)
Organic Chemistry I (5)
Geology (4)
Biology (4)
General Zoology (5)

V. Mathematics
Required Courses:
Analytic Geometry & Calc I (5)
Analytic Geometry & Calc II (5)
Analytic Geometry & Calc III (5)
Elective Courses:
Differential Equations (3)
Elementary Statistics (3)
Intro to Probability & Statistics (3)
College Trigonometry (3)
VI. Computer Information Systems
Required Course:
Programming I (3)
Elective Courses:
Programming II(3)
VII. Drafting Design Technology
Required Course:
Engineering Drawing (3)
Elective Course:
Computer-Aided Design I (3)
VIII. Engineering and Accounting
Elective Courses:
Statics (3)
Elementary Accounting I (3)
Elementary Accounting II (3)
IX. Life Skills
Required Course:
College Orientation (1)
Many of the math and science courses are sequential and offered only in certain semesters. Calculus, Chemistry, and Physics need to be taken in designated semesters to complete the Associate of Science degree in a timely manner.

 

Suggested Curriculum

First Semester Fall
MTH 201 Analytic Geometry & Calc I 5
PHY 121 General Chemistry I 5
LAL 101 Composition I 3
MTH 145 College Trigonometry 3
SKL 101 College Orientation 1
17
Second Semester Spring
MTH 202 Analytic Geometry & Calc II 5
PHY 122 General Chemistry II (1) 5
LAL 102 Exposition 3
CIS 105 Programming I 3
16
Third Semester Fall
MTH 203 Analytic Geometry & Calc III 5
PHY 201 College Physics I 5
ECN 101 Macroeconomics 3
DDT 101 Engineering Drawing 3
16
Fourth Semester Spring
MTH 250 Differential Equations 3
EGN 201 Statics 3
PHY 202 College Physics II 5
HST 105 American History to 1865 3
Humanities Elective 3
17

(1) Required only in selected engineering programs.

 

Conditions for Graduation

To meet the requirements for graduation from MACC, a student must meet the requirements of the degree and:

1. Complete 15 semester hours of college level credit applicable to the degree at Moberly Area Community College.

2. Complete the recommended course sequence appropriate to the degree.

3. Have a minimum of 2.0 grade point average.

4. Submit an application for graduation.

5. Participate in graduation ceremonies (requests to be excused from commencement ceremonies will be reviewed by the Dean of Student Services).

6. Pay in full all fees due to Moberly Area Community College.