This program includes courses usually required during the first two years of a bachelor’s degree for students pursuing careers in systems engineering, research, education, software engineering or manufacturing/mechanical engineering. To ensure maximum transferability, students should familiarize themselves with the program requirements of the institution to which they plan to transfer.
x Each course must be from a different discipline.
Graduates of this program should be able to:
Demonstrate logical thinking skills and professional ethics to design, conduct and report the results of a scientific investigation that safely employs laboratory equipment using the scientific method;
Retrieve, interpret, evaluate and critically reflect upon progress in STEM disciplines using information from professional sources;
Accurately apply mathematical skills to formulate, solve and interpret models that demonstrate mathematical and scientific concepts; and
Identify and apply fundamental core content theories and concepts in mathematics and the biological and physical sciences.