Engineering (Transfer)
Engineering is a profession where you are challenged to develop creative solutions to problems related to every aspect of life, through the application of mathematical and scientific principles, experience, creativity, and common sense.

Clark College offers the first two years of study of a four-year engineering degree program. The first two years main focus of study are preparatory courses in mathematics, chemistry, physics, and basic engineering courses required by the student's engineering field and transfer school.

Those who study engineering today can look forward to a rewarding career where they experience personal achievement, exercise their curiosity, give service to society, and realize financial success.

Engineers work on a wide variety of projects: basic and applied research, product development, design and modification of processes and equipment, and plant operation. Some enter sales, marketing, management, consulting, government agencies, or teaching.

Engineers plan, develop, and oversee the research and design of construction and manufacturing projects. They work on teams with engineers from other fields to design integrated systems and solve complex technical problems. Engineers also develop and use computer-aided design programs to simulate and test products and systems.

Engineers can specialize in many fields including:
Aeronautical/Aerospace
Bioengineering
Biomedical
Ceramic
Chemical/Pulp & Paper
Civil
Computer
Electrical/Electronics
Environmental
Forestry
Manufacturing/Industrial
Marine
Materials
Mechanical
Software

There are many other interdisciplinary fields including architecture, law, sports, human factors and acoustics.
Engineering (AST2)
This is a suggested program for the first two years of a four-year Engineering program. These lower-division course requirements will vary depending on the math and English placement at Clark College, and the requirements of the four-year institution to which you transfer. It is critical that you work with an Engineering faculty advisor to ensure your program will give you the maximum benefit when you transfer. Additional courses are needed to satisfy graduation requirements for the Associate in Science degree.
General Education Requirements
Communication Skills (5 credits required)
 
ENGL&101
ENGLISH COMPOSITION I
5 cr.
Quantitative Skills (10 credits required)
MATH&151
CALCULUS I
5 cr.
MATH&152
CALCULUS II
5 cr.
Health & Physical Education (3 credits required)
 
Humanities & Social Sciences (15 credits required)
 
Pre-Major Program Requirements
CHEM&141
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
4 cr.
CHEM&151
GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY I
1 cr.
MATH&153
CALCULUS III
5 cr.
MATH 221
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
5 cr.
MATH&254
CALCULUS IV
5 cr.
PHYS&221
ENGINEERING PHYSICS
5 cr.
PHYS&222
ENGINEERING PHYSICS
5 cr.
PHYS&223
ENGINEERING PHYSICS
5 cr.
Elective Requirements*
CHEM&142
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
4 cr.
CHEM&143
GENERAL CHEMISTRY III
4 cr.
CHEM&152
GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY II
1 cr.
CHEM&153
GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY III
2 cr.
CS& 131
COMPUTER SCIENCE I C++
5 cr.
CS& 141
COMPUTER SCIENCE I JAVA
5 cr.
CSE 121
INTRODUCTION TO C
5 cr.
CSE 222
INTRODUCTION TO DATA STRUCTURES
5 cr.
ENGR 101
ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE ORIENTATION
1 cr.
ENGR&104
INTRODUCTION TO DESIGN
5 cr.
ENGR 107
INTRO TO AEROSPACE ENGINEERING
2 cr.
ENGR 109
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
5 cr.
ENGR 113
ENGINEERING SKETCHING AND VISUALIZATION
2 cr.
ENGR 115
GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING
2 cr.
ENGR 120
INTRO TO ELECTRICAL/COMPUTER SCI & ENGINEERING
5 cr.
ENGR 121
FIELD SURVEY I
5 cr.
ENGR 140
BASIC AUTOCADD
4 cr.
ENGR 150
BASIC SOLIDWORKS
4 cr.
ENGR 199
COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE
1-5 cr.
ENGR&204
ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS
5 cr.
ENGR&214
STATICS
5 cr.
ENGR&215
DYNAMICS
5 cr.
ENGR 221
MATERIALS SCIENCE
5 cr.
ENGR&224
THERMODYNAMICS
5 cr.
ENGR&225
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
5 cr.
ENGR 239
MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
5 cr.
ENGR 250
DIGITAL LOGIC DESIGN
5 cr.
ENGR 252
ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS AND SIGNALS
5 cr.
ENGR 253
SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS
5 cr.
ENGR 270
DIGITAL SYSTEMS AND MICROPROCESSORS
5 cr.
ENGR 280
SELECTED TOPICS
1-5 cr.
ENGR 290
SPECIAL PROJECTS
1-6 cr.
ENGL&235
TECHNICAL WRITING
5 cr.
MATH 215
LINEAR ALGEBRA
5 cr.
Total Required Credits: 90
* Requirements vary by school and program. See an Engineering faculty advisor regarding proper selection.