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    San Antonio College
  Oct 20, 2020
San Antonio College Schedule/Catalog 2015-2016 
San Antonio College Schedule/Catalog 2015-2016 [Archived Catalog]

Associate of Science, concentration in Engineering

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This is an Associate of Science with a concentration in Engineering.

Some four-year institutions may not accept all courses listed in the Associate of Science, Additional Requirements as part of their Baccalaureate Degree Program.  For information on specific transfer requirements students should check with the San Antonio College Physics, Engineering, Architecture and Engineering Technologies Department, the Department of Advising / Counseling and Student Development, or the four-year university to which they plan to transfer.

SAC Outcomes and Competencies  

Degree Requirements (Total Credit Hours 60)

Communication (10) Core (6 credit hours)

Mathematics (20) Core (4 credit hours)

Life and Physical Sciences (30) Core (8 credit hours)

Language, Philosophy & Culture (40) Core (3 credit hours)

Creative Arts (50) Core (3 credit hours)

American History (60) Core (6 credit hours)

Government/Political Science (70) Core (6 credit hours)

Social and Behavioral Sciences (80) Core (3 credit hours)

Additional Communication (90) Core (3 credit hours)

Additional Language, Philosophy and Culture (90) Core (3 credit hours)


Courses from the Additional Requirements area may not be used to satisfy Core Curriculum requirements.

# Courses offered at other Alamo Colleges

Students should select only those elective courses which are listed on the articulation (transfer) agreements and are part of the degree requirements for the planned university and major. General transfer credit (that is, courses which are not covered in an articulation agreement for transfer and or are not listed on the degree plan for a bachelor’s degree at the four-year institution) will generally not apply as credit for a bachelor’s degree in engineering. Please talk to an advisor to clarify.

Students cannot take both ENGR 2301 and #ENGR 2303 for credit or ENGR 2403 for credit

Students cannot take both CHEM 1311 and 1411 for credit

Students cannot take both CHEM 1312 and 1412 for credit

It is highly recommended that students who register for ENGR2305 also co-register for #ENGR2105 in the same semester.

*These courses are listed on the field of study in Engineering by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

The student is encouraged to carefully examine requirements at the transfer institution.  Requirements vary from institution to institution and can change from one year to the next.

Program CIP:  14.0101

Major Code:  ENGR

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