Associate of Science Degree
Engineering is critically important to the development of new technology and is an essential component in problem solving needs in the modern world. There is a high demand for talented engineers who are needed to meet today’s technological challenges and to drive innovations of the future.
This program allows students interested in pursuing any of the fields of engineering; civil, mechanical, electrical, environmental, chemical, or geotechnical to gain the basic skills of engineering before transferring to a university to pursue a bachelor’s degree.
Become familiarized with principles of science and mathematics to develop solutions to technical problems. Special emphasis is placed on qualitative and quantitative analytical skills necessary in engineering while working in a team environment.
|General Chemistry I||4|
|Intro to Engineering||1|
|Intro to Engineering Problem Solving||3|
|Applied Differential Equations||3|
|College Physics I||4|
|College Physics II||4|
General Ed. Requirements
Students must complete general education requirements that will provide students a general knowledge to help them complete a degree at CWC.
|Writing Level I||3|
|Writing Level II||3|
|American & Wyoming Government||3|
|Personal Finance Planning||1|
Students must complete 2 credits of Co-Curricular general education courses throughout two of the following different Co-Curricular areas:
|Co-Curricular Cultural Activities||1|
|Co-Curricular Community Engagement||1|
|Co-Curricular Professional Experience||1|