2020-2021 Spring Edition 
    Sep 29, 2022  
2020-2021 Spring Edition [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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.