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Engineering

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 to meet today’s technological challenges and to drive innovations of the future.

Pursue interests in any of the fields of engineering. Be 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. Become one of the most in-demand job candidates for a multitude of growing engineering jobs throughout the nation and locally.

Course Number Course

Credits

CHEM 1020 General Chemistry I

4 credits

ES 1060 Intro to Engineering Problem Solving

3 credits

ES 2110 Statics

3 credits

ES 2120 Dynamics

3 credits

MATH 2200 Calculus I

5 credits

MATH 2205 Calculus II

5 credits

MATH 2210 Calculus III

5 credits

MATH 2310 Applied Differential Equations

3 credits

PHYS 1320 College Physics II

4 credits

Students must complete 10 credits of electives

Course Number Course

Credits

BIOL 1010 General Biology I

4 credits

BIOL 2020 General Biology II

4 credits

CHEM 1030 General Chemistry II

4 credits

CHEM 2420 Organic Chemistry I

4 credits

CHEM 2440 Organic Chemistry II

4 credits

COSC 1010 Intro to Computer Science I:

4 credits

COSC 1030 Computer Science I:

4 credits

ES 2210 Electric Circuit Analysis

3 credits

ES 2310 Thermodynamics

3 credits

ES 2330 Fluid Dynamics

3 credits

ES 2410 Mechanics of Materials

3 credits

MATH 2250 Elementary Linear Algebra

3 credits

MATH 2800 Math Major Seminar

2 credits

STAT 2050 Fundamentals of Statistics

4 credits

PHYS 1310 College Physics I

4 credits

Students must complete general education requirements that will provide students a general knowledge to help them complete a degree at CWC.

CourseCredits
Writing Level I  3
Writing Level II 3
American & Wyoming Government 3
A student must complete six (6) credits of General Education courses distributed over two (2) different general education areas, ARTS/HUM/SOC. 6
Oral Communications 3
University Studies 1

Total Credit Hours: 64

  • Caitlin Heryford with her black lab Remi

    Engineering Alumni

    The time I spent at CWC let me explore and refine the duality of my creative and analytical mind. I wanted a career that was challenging, where I could make a difference. ”

    Caitlin is now in North Dakota working as a petroleum engineer.

    Caitlin Heryford, CWC alumna

  • Dayne Bradley stands at a computer

    Engineering Alumni

    CWC was a great place to start my education. I could study what I wanted in an environment that was easy to learn in.”

    Dayne enjoys working with his hands and building things which is why he is currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in engineering.