Engineering Technology

Associate in Applied Science

Prescribed Technical Program51
General Education15-18
Total Degree Credits66-69
Plan of Study Grid
1st Year
Fall SemesterCredits
Prescribed Technical Program Requirements  
CAD 201 Fundamentals of Graphical Communication 3
General Education Courses  
Arts & Humanities/Social & Behavioral Sciences  
PSYC 100 Human Relations In Organizations (Required) 3
Written or Oral Communications  
ENGL 110 College Composition I (Required) 3
Business, Math, Science & Technology  
CSCI 101 Introduction to Computers (or higher level CSCI course required) 3
Business, Math, Science & Technology  
Select one of the following: 3-6
Calculus I  
College Algebra
and Trigonometry 1
Spring Semester
Prescribed Technical Program Requirements  
CAD 212 Introduction to Building Modeling (Spring only) 3
CT 151 Spreadsheets for Engineering Technology and Surveying (Spring only) 1
CT 251 Materials Testing (Spring only) 3
CT 251L Materials Testing Lab (Spring only) 1
ENGR 204 Surveying I (Spring only) 3
ENGR 204L Surveying I Lab (Spring only) 1
GIS 105 Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems 3
General Education Course  
Written or Oral Communications  
ENGL 125 Introduction to Professional Writing (Required) 3
2nd Year
Fall Semester
Prescribed Technical Program Requirements  
CAD 213 Introduction to Civil Drafting (Fall only) 3
CT 228 Boundary and Cadastral Surveying (Fall only) 3
CT 250 Applied Statics and Mechanics of Materials (Fall only) 3
CT 250L Applied Statics and Mechanics of Materials Lab (Fall only) 1
ENGR 205 Surveying II (Fall only) 3
ENGR 205L Surveying II Lab (Fall only) 1
GIS 107 GIS Applications 3
Spring Semester
Prescribed Technical Program Requirements  
CT 219 Introduction to Planning & Development (Spring only) 2
CT 225 Land Descriptions (Spring only) 2
CT 229 Advanced Boundary Surveying (Spring only) 2
CT 234 Water Management Technology (Spring only) 3
CT 234L Water Management Technology Lab (Spring only) 1
CT 252 Construction Project Management (Spring only) 3
COMM 110 Fundamentals of Public Speaking (Required) 3
 Total Credits66-69

MATH 103 and MATH 105 are required as a pair to satisfy this degree requirement; if either MATH 107 or MATH 165 are not chosen.

Transfer Option - Students who may possibly pursue a four-year degree in Engineering at a later date should consider the following course changes:

Substitute:  ENGR 201 Statics (3 credits) and ENGR 203 Mechanics of Materials (3 credits) for CT 250 and CT 250L Applied Statics and Mechanics/Lab (3/1 Credits). Students should consult with the Engineering Technology program coordinator prior to this substitution.

College Degree Requirements

General Education & Diversity Course Matrix Requirements