A full range of engineering and related courses are offered to satisfy freshman and sophomore requirements for students planning to transfer to institutions offering baccalaureate degrees in engineering or engineering technology. A solid foundation is laid for further studies in civil, mechanical, chemical, and electrical engineering. This program provides the flexibility needed by students interested in emerging fields like computer science, robotics, bioengineering, geological engineering, environmental engineering, and many others. The advantages of small class size, individual attention, a knowledgeable professional staff, and state-of-the-art instructional equipment incorporating modern CAD (computer aided design) are well suited to meeting the lower division requirements for degrees in engineering. A solid math and science background is important preparation for a college engineering program. Completion of the following courses normally fulfills half of bachelor's degree requirements in Engineering. Course selections should be tailored to match requirements of the intended transfer institution.
- Nov. 5 - HS Math Contest
- Dec. 12 - Math 025 and Math 108 Fall Review Sessions
- Mar. 14 - Pi Day