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Engineering (AES.ENGR)



The Engineering transfer program has a heavy emphasis on math and science. It is designed to provide a solid basis for work at the junior and senior levels in the various disciplines of engineering. The University of Illinois and Southern Illinois University - Carbondale or Edwardsville require specific minimum GPA's for entry into the various colleges of engineering. The following is a list of major requirements. Consult a counselor or academic advisor before registering. Four-year college requirements vary from college to college.


Specific graduation requirements are identified through degree audit. Additional developmental courses in math, reading and English may be required based on placement scores. Only courses with a course number of 100 or higher meet graduation requirements for AA/AS/AES degrees.


For more information contact:
Tonia Timlin
217-234-5309
ttimlin@lakeland.cc.il.us

* There are prerequisites or course requisites for this course
** Electives must be approved by Program Coordinator or Division Chair
one cross Course only offered fall semester
Footnote 2 Course only offered spring and summer semester
Footnote 3 Course only offered spring semester
Footnote 4 Courses offered in odd numbered years only
Footnote 5 Courses offered in even numbered years only
Footnote 6 SOS 050 Human Relations and PSY 271 Introduction to Psychology cannot be used as a social science elective
Footnote 7 Consult Academic Advisor for appropriate course
1 HIS 153-History and Culture of the Third World and either HIS 250-Western Civilization to 1660 or HIS 252-Western Civilization from 1660-present are strongly recommended
2 N/A




First Year
First Semester
ENG 120
Students will study the writing process by reading essays that illustrate a variety of rhetorical strategies, analyzing writing tasks and texts, and writing, revising, and editing short essays.


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Composition I *
3
ECO 231
Focuses on the nature and method of economics, basic supply and demand analysis, national income accounting, business cycles, inflation and unemployment, fiscal policy, money and banking, and monetary policy.

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Principles of Economics I
3
MAT 241
Differential and integral calculus of elementary functions of one variable, such as polynomial, rational, radical, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions, will be covered. Applications include rates of change, optimization, curve sketching and area. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendations.


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Analytic Geometry/Calculus I *
5
TEC 103
Comprehensive overview of the basic skills of engineering drawing, descriptive geometry, and computer-aided drafting (CAD). Small portable drafting equipment and a workbook are required.

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Engineering Graphics
3
CHM 150
General principles of chemistry for students majoring in chemistry, engineering or science professions.


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General Chemistry I *
4
  Total Semester Hours:
18
 
Second Semester
ENG 121
Students will learn how to find, use, assess and document research sources, producing an extended writing project based primarily on library research.


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Composition II *
3
ECO 232
Focuses on free enterprise and the economic functions of government, advanced supply and demand analysis, pricing in competitive/non-competitive markets, and pricing in resource markets.


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Principles of Economics II *
3
MAT 242
A continuation of Calculus I with emphasis on different methods of integration and applications, L` Hôpitals Rule, Sequences, series, Power series, Taylor series and Maclaurin series. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendations.


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Analytic Geometry/Calculus II *
4
PHY 140
This is a study of Newtonian Mechanics. The course is for physics majors and minors, engineering students and the mathematically oriented student. This is the first of a three-course sequence.


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University Physics I * +++
4
CHM 151
Continues the study of general chemical principles.


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General Chemistry II *
4
  Total Semester Hours:
18
 

Second Year
First Semester
PHY 141
This course is a study of heat, electricity, and magnetism for students in physics, engineering, chemistry, and mathematics.


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University Physics II * +
4
PHY 239
This course is a study of the mechanics of static, rigid bodies for engineering students.


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Mechanics I * +
3
MAT 151
Introduction to the programming language C. Fundamental principles, concepts, and methods of computing with emphasis on calculus-based problem-solving techniques and applications from engineering and physical science.


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C Programming/Engineering Applications * +
3
MAT 250
N/A

Matrix Algebra * +
2 - 3
MAT 255
A first course in linear algebra covering linear systems, matrices, determinants, vector spaces, inner product spaces, and eigenvalues and eigenvectors, including proofs of theorems and propositions in each topic.


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or
Linear Algebra
* +
 
N/A

Humanities (IAI H) 1
3
  Total Semester Hours:
15 - 16
 
Second Semester
PHY 142
This course is a study of wave motion, sound, light, and modern physics for students in physics, engineering, chemistry, and mathematics.


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University Physics III * +++
4
MAT 243
A continuation of analytic geometry and Calculus II. The focus is on solid analytic geometry, vectors, partial derivatives, line, volume and surface integrals in various coordinate systems, and vector fields. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendations.


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Analytic Geometry/Calculus III * +++
4
MAT 245
Designed for pre-engineering students and others who need a working knowledge of ordinary differential equations.


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Differential Equations * +++
3
PHY 240
This course is a study of the motion of rigid bodies and systems of particles for engineering students.


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Mechanics II * +++
3
N/A

Humanities (IAI H) 1
3
  Total Semester Hours:
17
 


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