Program Description The Associate in Science (AS-T) transfer degree is designed to prepare mechanical, civil, aeronautical, and industrial engineering majors for transfer to a four-year institution with junior standing. The AS-T transfer degree will generally provide the transferring student with at least 110 credits upon entry to a four-year institution. This transfer degree will satisfy some, but not all, of the general education requirements at the receiving institution. This degree requires successful completion of a minimum of 120 credits as outlined.
|Advising Note This program requirement sheet is not a substitute for meeting with an academic advisor. Meeting the requirements to graduate with an Edmonds College certificate or degree is ultimately the responsibility of the student.
General Education Requirements (35 credits)
Communication Skills (10 credits)
OUTCOME: Communicate and interact effectively through a variety of methods appropriate to audience, context, purpose, and field/discipline.
Quantitative Analysis/Symbolic Reasoning Skills (25 credits)
OUTCOME: Reason clearly using academic or professional modes of inquiry; using quantitative or symbolic reasoning; and/or using other discipline/field specific methods to explore and create ideas; identify information needs; process, evaluate, and use information; and recognize, analyze, and solve problems.
Cultural Diversity Skills
OUTCOME: Explore and apply multiple perspectives in order to examine cultural differences and influences; maintain effective professional/working relationships; and/or interact effectively in multicultural settings.
Cultural Diversity Course List
___Cultural Diversity Requirement met
Distribution Requirements (15 credits)
*See Distribution Requirements Notes
Humanities (5 credits minimum)
OUTCOME: Use humanities-based methods to reason, communicate, make meaning, solve problems, and/or create or perform cultural works for diverse audiences and purposes.
Social Sciences (5 credits minimum)
OUTCOME: Use social science theories and methods to reason, communicate, apply insights, solve problems, and to develop a critical understanding of the diversity and interdependence of peoples and cultures.
Program Requirements (47 credits)
- Apply the skills and knowledge acquired through coursework to analyze issues, tackle problems, and critically evaluate a proposal, claim, process, or theory as applied to mechanical, civil, aeronautical, and industrial engineering.
- Use appropriate quantitative tools to tackle scientific questions, represent data, and document scientific findings as applied to mechanical, civil, aeronautical, and industrial engineering.
- Demonstrate the knowledge acquired through coursework by effectively communicating to fellow team members, the public, and members of the scientific community, using written, oral, and visual communication methods as applied to mechanical, civil, aeronautical, and industrial engineering.
- Safely and appropriately use standard laboratory or field equipment to make precise and reliable measurements as applied to mechanical, civil, aeronautical, and industrial engineering.
- Demonstrate the understanding that science relies on evidence, and that scientific knowledge is tentative, open to revision, falsifiable, and subject to constraints as applied to mechanical, civil, aeronautical, industrial, and industrial engineering.
Career and College Success (3 credits)
OUTCOME: Develop professional and academic skills and strategies for career and college success.
____Career and College Success Requirement met
Note: The Career and College Success course credits apply to General Electives in this degree and must be completed within the first two quarters. Students who transfer in 30 or more college-level credits with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher are exempt from the Career and College Success course.
The Engineering Department recommends students take ENGR 100 - Engineering Orientation their first quarter.
Program Electives (20 credits minimum)
**See Program Electives Notes
The program code for this degree is MEEMCAS. For financial aid, advising, and other reasons, students should work with their faculty advisor to ensure that this code is properly recorded on their academic record.
- Students who enter Edmonds College with clear intentions of majoring in a field of engineering are strongly advised to take ENGR 100 their first quarter and ENGR 111 their second quarter.
The advisors for this program are:
Tucker Howie | email@example.com | 425.640.1251
Chuck Mueller | firstname.lastname@example.org | 425.640.1237
Will Hamp | email@example.com | 425.640.1295
Su Nelson | firstname.lastname@example.org | 425.640.1980
Department website: Engineering | www.edmonds.edu/engr
*Distribution Requirements Notes
- At least five (5) of the required 15 credits must be completed in each of the humanities and social science distribution areas.
- Humanities: A maximum of five (5) credits in Performance/Skills Courses may be applied to the Humanities Distribution Requirement. Civil Engineers are required to take CMST& 220 for transfer to WSU.
- Social Sciences: ANTH& 100 and ECON& 202 are recommended for transfer to WSU.
**Program Electives Notes
- Select a minimum of four classes. Class choices depend on major and transfer institution. Choose carefully in consultation with a faculty advisor.
Associate in Science General Information
Program of Study Outcomes Edmonds College’s four General Education Outcomes (Communicate, Act Responsibly, Reason, and Explore) are promoted throughout the college’s programs. Instructional programs of 45 credits or more foster learning in all four General Education Outcomes.
Student achievement is assessed in the general and program specific outcomes via the courses and course objectives that align with those outcomes. More information about program outcomes and course objectives can be found on the Using Program Requirement Sheets page.
Credit/Grade Requirements A minimum of 30 credits or one-third of the required college-level (100-level or above) credits, whichever is less, must be earned at Edmonds College. Students are required to maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 in all college level courses.
Students Are Advised To:
- Plan your schedule, in consultation with a STEM faculty advisor, several quarters in advance to accommodate courses that are offered only once or twice per year;
- Review the college catalog for required course prerequisites and include these in schedule planning;
- Communicate with an academic advisor and/or a faculty advisor; and
- At least three quarters before you plan to graduate, contact any college(s) where you have earned credits and have your official transcript(s) sent to Edmonds College. Then, submit an Evaluation Request - Transfer Credits Form (available in Enrollment Services) to activate the process of transferring credits to Edmonds College.
Graduation Application A completed Graduation Application form must be submitted online by the 10th day of the quarter in which the student expects to graduate. Note: Applications for summer quarter are due by the 8th day of the quarter.
Transferring to Another University or College
- Admission application deadlines vary, students must meet the deadline for the university or college to which they plan to apply for admission to transfer.
- Consultation with a science faculty advisor and the appropriate department at your four-year transfer institution about course selection and completion of degree requirements is highly recommended.
Common Course Numbering Please refer to www.edmonds.edu/ccn for more information.
Cultural Diversity Requirement All students earning a degree or certificate of 45 credits or more must meet a cultural diversity (CD) requirement by taking at least five (5) credits of CD courses. To learn more, go to Academic Information – Cultural Diversity Requirement in the online academic catalog.
PLAN/STACK - MEEMCAS
TC - 120
CIP - 141901
Last revised - 2022/03/21