Engineering University Transfer (ESUP.S.AS)
63.0 Credit Hours
The Engineering University Transfer, Associate of Science degree program is for the student who plans to transfer to a four-year college or university for a degree in Engineering. This program is designed to bring an entering student up to the level of a third year university student in Engineering. Course sequence is designed to transfer the basic requirements of most universities. The student is strongly advised to consult the particular school he or she will be entering as well as a Sinclair academic advisor, before signing up for different courses. The student who wishes to earn an associate degree must complete the last thirty hours at Sinclair in order to meet residency requirements. Exceptions to this requirement must be approved in advance in writing by the Dean of Science, Math and Engineering.
See an academic advisor for assistance in selecting electives toward your major and acceptability by the receiving transfer institution. As part of this degree program, students must complete the requirements of the Ohio Transfer Module in order to graduate.
- Use mathematics and analytical tools for engineering and related problem solving.
- Demonstrate written and oral communication skills for effective presentations.
- Identify and apply the basic laws of physics and chemistry including mechanical, electrical, heat, light, sound, and inorganic chemistry to enhance comprehension of engineering topics.
- Develop skills in calculus, analytical geometry and differential equations to analyze and solve engineering problems.