Electrical Engineering w/Math 1910 Entry

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Electrical Engineering w/Math 1910 Entry

A.S. / A.S. (TTP)

Expected Hours for A.S. Degree

70

Expected Hours for A.S. (TTP) Degree

70 plus 6 additional prerequisite hours

What is A.S. Degree in Electrical Engineering?

The Electrical Engineering concentration is designed to train individuals to function effectively as assistants to electrical engineers or independently as electrical/electronic technicians. The curriculum prepares electrical engineering technicians to translate the engineer’s designs into systems and projects, collect and analyze data, develop design layouts, inspect work, check and repair equipment, and prepare reports for the engineering team. Electrical engineering technicians acquire a general education background, including mathematics and science, while studying electricity and electronics and associated technical applications.

What will I learn?

Upon completion of the Engineering Technology program, the graduate will have developed the skills, knowledge and abilities to accomplish the following:

    1. Solve, analyze and apply engineering concepts and theories
    2. Apply learned engineering knowledge and learning tools in the current engineering industry to solve problems.
    3. Collaborate efficiently using oral, written and graphing communication skills
    4. Assimilate and practice the concepts and principles of working in a team environment.
  • Gain employment or seek to gain further education in a higher level college degree.

What can I do with this degree?

This degree can be applied to assist (apprentice) an engineer working in the industry or preform engineering objectives.  It can also place the student in a position in which they could advance educationally into a post two year degree.

What are my options at Cleveland State Community College?

You can obtain an associate degree at Cleveland State and the TBR TTP can move you into one of the four year universities.

What is the cost?

  • State residents: $152 per credit hour
  • Out-of-State residents: $475 per credit hour
  • Registration fees vary but are applied to your tuition costs for summary. You can check the updated page for fees, tuition, and expenses.

What are my options to pay for this degree?

  • Apply for financial aid at www.FAFSA.gov
  • A student is encouraged to apply early for financial aid. He/she must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the FAFSA Renewal Application as soon as possible after October 1 to ensure that the Financial Aid Office receives the Institutional Student Information Record and other documents prior to the priority deadline. July 1st is the priority deadline for applying for the fall semester and December 1st for the spring semester.

Program Schedule


Fall Semester

CHEM 1110

General Chemistry I

4

ENGL 1010

Composition I

3

GEN 1010

First Year Seminar

3

MATH 1910

Calculus I

4

MATH 1900

Scientific Programing

3


Fall Milestones

  • MATH 1910 requires a Math ACT score of 26 or higher.  Otherwise, completion of MATH 1710 will be required
  • CHEM 1110 requires completion of all Learning Support competencies
  • FINANCIAL AID ALERT-If you plan to receive aid, the priority deadline to apply or renew your FAFSA and submit any requested documentation is July 1. Please consult  a financial aid specialist and the business office prior to the start of classes to check on fees/expenses and to ensure that you are in good standing.
  • REGISTRATION - Work with your advisor to discuss Spring registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Spring Semester

MATH 1920

Calculus II

4

ENGL 1020

English Composition II

3

PHYS 2110

Calculus Based Physics I

4

MUS 1030

Music Appreciation

3

HIST 1120

World Civilizations II

3


Spring Milestones

  • MATH 1920 requires completion of MATH 1910 with a grade of C or higher AND completion of MATH 1720.
  • PHYS 2110 requires completion of MATH 1910.  (This class is only offered in the Spring semesters.)
  • ENGL 1020 requires completion of ENGL 1010.
  • Students should take the history sequence required by the senior institution.  For instance, UTK and UTC prefer World Civilization I and II, whereas TTU prefers American History I & II.
  • FINANCIAL ALERT-Please consult  a financial aid specialist and the business office prior to the start of classes to check on fees/expenses and to ensure that you are in good standing.

If this is your first term of enrollment and you plan to receive aid, the priority deadline to apply or renew your FAFSA and submit any requested documentation is December 1.

  • REGISTRATION - Work with your advisor to discuss Spring registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Fall Semester

PHYS 2120

Calculus Based Physics II

4

MATH 2110

Calculus III

4

ECON 2010

Macroeconomics

3

ENGL 2110

Early American Literature

3

HIST 1110

World Civilizations I

3


Fall Milestones

  • MATH 2110 requires completion of MATH 1920.
  • PHYS 2120 requires completion of PHYS 2110. (This class is only offered in the Fall semesters.)
  • FINANCIAL ALERT-If you plan to receive aid, the priority deadline to apply or renew your FAFSA and submit any requested documentation is July 1. Please consult  a financial aid specialist and the business office prior to the start of classes to check on fees/expenses and to ensure that you are in good standing.
  • REGISTRATION - Work with your advisor to discuss Spring registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Spring Semester

MATH 2120

Differential Equations

3

ARTH 2010

Survey of Art History I

3

MATH 2010 Linear Algebra 3

ECON 2020

Microeconomics

3

SPCH 1010 Fundamentals of Speech 3

Subtotal

66


Spring Milestones

  • For Electrical Engineering degrees:  In order to satisfy the TTP requirements students must take ENGR 2130 (Engineering Circuits) before transferring to the senior institution.  This course is not offered by Cleveland State but can be taken through Chattanooga State or UT Chattanooga
  • Apply to graduate through Enrollment Services at U117!
  • Students should take the history sequence required by the senior institution.  For instance, UTK and Tenn. Tech. prefer World Civilization I and II
  • Congratulations!  After you complete this semester’s courses and maintain an overall 2.0 GPA, you will be a Cleveland State graduate.
  • Apply to graduate by completing the online Intent to Graduate form under the Graduation Tab within Registration Tools & Forms on CougarNet.
  • Complete program test and exit exam in the Testing Center. Schedule to take your exams by going to mycs.cc/testing.

FINANCIAL ALERT-Please consult  a financial aid specialist and the business office prior to the start of classes to check on fees/expenses and to ensure that you are in good standing.

Summer Semester

ENGR 2130

Engineering Circuits (with lab)

4

Summer Milestones

● For Electrical Engineering degrees:  In order to satisfy the TTP requirements students must take ENGR 2130 (Engineering Circuits) before transferring to the senior institution.  This course is not offered by Cleveland State but can be taken through Chattanooga State or UT Chattanooga.

 

What is Electrical Engineering w/Math 1710 Entry?

The Electrical Engineering concentration is designed to train individuals to function effectively as assistants to electrical engineers or independently as electrical/electronic technicians. The curriculum prepares electrical engineering technicians to translate the engineer’s designs into systems and projects, collect and analyze data, develop design layouts, inspect work, check and repair equipment, and prepare reports for the engineering team. Electrical engineering technicians acquire a general education background, including mathematics and science, while studying electricity and electronics and associated technical applications.

What will I learn?

Upon completion of the Engineering Technology program, the graduate will have developed the skills, knowledge and abilities to accomplish the following:

    1. Solve, analyze and apply engineering concepts and theories
    2. Apply learned engineering knowledge and learning tools in the current engineering industry to solve problems.
    3. Collaborate efficiently using oral, written and graphing communication skills
    4. Assimilate and practice the concepts and principles of working in a team environment.
  • Gain employment or seek to gain further education in a higher level college degree.

What can I do with this degree?

This degree can be applied to assist (apprentice) an engineer working in the industry or preform engineering objectives.  It can also place the student in a position in which they could advance educationally into a post two year degree.

What are my options at Cleveland State Community College?

You can obtain an associate degree at Cleveland State and the TBR TTP can move you into one of the four year universities.

What is the cost?

  • State residents: $152 per credit hour
  • Out-of-State residents: $475 per credit hour
  • Registration fees vary but are applied to your tuition costs for summary. You can check the updated page for fees, tuition, and expenses.

What are my options to pay for this degree?

  • Apply for financial aid at www.FAFSA.gov
  • A student is encouraged to apply early for financial aid. He/she must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the FAFSA Renewal Application as soon as possible after October 1 to ensure that the Financial Aid Office receives the Institutional Student Information Record and other documents prior to the priority deadline. July 1st is the priority deadline for applying for the fall semester and December 1st for the spring semester.

Program Schedule


Fall Semester

GEN 1010

First Year Seminar

3

MATH 1710

Precalculus I

3

MATH 1900

Scientific Programing

3

CHEM 1110

General Chemistry I

4

ENGL 1010

Composition I

3


Fall Milestones

  • CHEM 1110 requires completion of all Learning Support competencies.
  • FINANCIAL ALERT-Check on fees and other expenses for the college to ensure you are in good standing. Please see your financial aid counselor and the business office.
  • REGISTRATION - Work with your advisor to discuss Spring registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Spring Semester

MATH 1720

Precalculus II

3

MATH 1910

Calculus I

4

ENGL 1020

Composition II

3

MUS 1030

Music Appreciation

3

HIST 1120

World Civilization II

3


Spring Milestones

MATH 1910 requires a Math ACT score of 26 or higher.  Otherwise, completion of MATH 1710 will be required.

  • SPCH 1010 requires completion of all Learning Support competencies
  • In order to stay on track, students need to follow the prescribed timetable exactly for courses marked with an *.  Failure to do so could result in a delay up to one year.
  • Students should take the history sequence required by the senior institution.  For instance, UTK and UTC. prefer World Civilization I and II, whereas TTU prefers American History I and II.
  • FINANCIAL AID ALERT-If you receive aid, the priority deadline to apply or renew your FAFSA is after January 1st. The deadline is July 25th. The first two weeks of the semester is ideal to check on fees and other expenses for the college to ensure you are in good standing. Please see your financial aid counselor and the business office.
  • REGISTRATION - Work with your advisor to discuss Spring registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Summer Semester

MATH 1920

Calculus II

4


Summer Milestones

  • MATH 1920 requires completion of MATH 1910 with a grade of C or higher AND completion of MATH 1720.

Fall Semester

MATH 2110

Calculus III

4

ENGL 2110

Early American Literature

3

ARTH 1010

Survey of Art History I

3

HIST 1110

World Civilization I

3

ECON 2010

Macroeconomics

3


Fall Milestones

  • MATH 2110 requires completion of MATH 1920
  • ENGR 2110 requires completion of PHYS 2110.  (This class is only offered in Fall semesters)
  • PHYS 2120 requires completion of PHYS 2110. (This class is only offered in the Fall semesters)
  • FINANCIAL ALERT-Check on fees and other expenses for the college to ensure you are in good standing. Please see your financial aid counselor and the business office.
  • REGISTRATION - Work with your advisor to discuss Spring registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Spring Semester

MATH 2120

Differential Equations

3

MATH 2010

Linear Algebra

3

PHYS 2110

Calculus Based Physics I

4

SPCH 1010

Fundamentals of Speech

3

ECON 2020

Microeconomics

3


Spring Milestones

  • MATH 2010 requires completion of MATH 1910.  (If necessary this class may be taken Spring semester of year 2).
  • PHYS 2110 requires completion of MATH 1910.  (This class is only offered in the Spring semesters).
  • Apply to graduate through Enrollment Services at U117!!!!!!
  • Students should take the history sequence required by the senior institution.  For instance, UTK and Tenn. Tech. prefer World Civilization I and II.
  • FINANCIAL ALERT-Check on fees and other expenses for the college to ensure you are in good standing. Please see your financial aid counselor and the business office.


Fall Semester

PHYS 2120

Calculus Based Physics II

4


ENGR 2130


Circuits (with Lab)


4

Subtotal

70


Fall Milestones

  • For Electrical Engineering degrees:  In order to satisfy the TTP requirements students must take ENGR 2130 (Engineering Circuits) before transferring to the senior institution.  This course is not offered by Cleveland State but can be taken through Chattanooga State or UT Chattanooga.
  • Apply to graduate through Enrollment Services at U117!!!!!!
  • FINANCIAL ALERT-Check on fees and other expenses for the college to ensure you are in good standing. Please see your financial aid counselor and the business office.
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