2020-2021 Spring Edition 
    Apr 21, 2021  
2020-2021 Spring Edition

Engineering Associate of Science

The curriculum in the Engineering Associate of Science Degree program is designed to provide the transfer student the opportunity to achieve an associate degree. While a baccalaureate or higher degree is recommended for those considering professional careers related to engineering fields, earning the Associate Degree would demonstrate achievement and may support employment as a technician in engineering related fields. Engineering companies constantly hire technicians. Students completing the engineering Associate of Science degree are prepared to transfer into: mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, civil engineering, and many other engineering degrees offered at California State Universities.

Program Student Learning Outcomes

Students who complete this program will be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of classical mechanics (Newtonian mechanics).
  • Use Newtonian mechanics to solve structural problems in a static environment.
  • Demonstrate understanding of material properties when solving static equilibrium problems.


Course ID Title Units
MATH 3A  * or Analytic Geometry and Calculus 5
MATH 3AH  * Honors Analytic Geometry and Calculus 5
PHYS 4A  * General Physics 5
MATH 3B  * Analytic Geometry and Calculus 5
PHYS 4B  * General Physics 5
ENGR 31  * Statics 3




Associate of Science Degree

Completion of all the courses listed above and a minimum of 60 units including the general education requirements with an overall GPA of 2.0 qualifies the student for the Associate of Science Degree. A minimum of 12 units must be completed at Saddleback College.

General Education Requirements for Associate Degrees

Refer to the Graduation Requirements  or to the CSU-GE and IGETC patterns in this catalog for specific courses which meet general education requirements. Refer to ASSIST.org and to the transfer institution’s catalog for transfer requirements.

*Course has a prerequisite, corequisite, limitation, or recommended preparation; see course description.