Engineering Science (A.S.)

Engineers are problem solvers. A high-rise developer needs beams with higher tensile strength, to improve earthquake safety. A heart surgeon calls for more efficient transplant valves and consumers demand better mileage —lighter cars — but won’t compromise crash safety.To resolve the problem at the heart of these scenarios, engineers become innovators, communicators — in graphic and other media — and listeners.

The Department of Science offers an A.S. degree program in Engineering Science. The program provides you with the basic education necessary to enter the third year of an engineering major. Its objectives are to offer a curriculum that meets the needs and interests of engineering oriented students enrolled at the College; to include in this curriculum the basic science and mathematics of the first years of an engineering education; and to prepare students to successfully pursue their education in the upper division of engineering programs which lead to careers for chemical, mechanical, civil, electrical, computer and other engineering specializations. The curriculum includes courses in the physical sciences, computer methods and mathematics, as well as the liberal arts courses required in engineering programs.

Careers

Engineers are team players. Whether you’re an electrical, mechanical or civil engineer; an environmental, chemical, or computer engineer, you’ll work with a team which could include designers, government representatives, biologists, urban planners, and other professionals.

Whatever type engineer you become, the problems you help solve will improve products, protect the environment, impact our ability to collect information, travel comfortably, stay healthy— and more.

Transfer Options

BMCC has articulation agreements with several four year colleges to allow you to seamlessly continue your education there.

Academic Program Maps

Required Common Core

Introduction to Literature
Precalculus
Statistics
General Astronomy
General Biology
Human Biology
Biology I
Biology II
Genetics
Cell Biology
Microbiology
Anatomy and Physiology I
Anatomy and Physiology II
College Chemistry I
College Chemistry II
Quantitative Analysis
Organic Chemistry I
Organic Chemistry II
Geology I
General Physics
Physics I
University Physics I
Physics II
University Physics II
The Physics of Music
Scientific Instrumentation
12
Total Required Common Core

Flexible Core

Philosophy
General Astronomy
Human Biology
Biology I
Biology II
Genetics
Cell Biology
Microbiology
Anatomy and Physiology I
Anatomy and Physiology II
Fundamentals of Chemistry
Fundamentals of Chemistry
College Chemistry I
College Chemistry II
Quantitative Analysis
Organic Chemistry I
Organic Chemistry II
Computer Programming II
Geology I
Logic
General Physics
Physics I
University Physics I
Physics II
University Physics II
The Physics of Music
Scientific Instrumentation
Elementary Arabic I
Elementary Arabic II
Arabic III
Chinese I
Chinese II
Introductory Chinese I
Introductory Chinese II
Chinese III
Chinese IV
Introductory French I
Introductory French II
French III
French IV
Introductory Italian I
Introductory Italian II
Italian III
Italian IV
Introductory Spanish I
Introductory Spanish II
Spanish III
Spanish IV
18
Total Flexible Core
30
Total Common Core

Engineering Science Curriculum

University Physics I
University Physics II
Organic Chemistry I
Organic Chemistry II
Engineering Graphics
Engineering Mechanics I
Engineering Mechanics II
Geology I

XXX xxxGeneral Electives

35
Total Curriculum Requirements
65
Total Program Requirements

 

1. Students are required to take MAT 301.

2. Students are required to take CHE 201.

3. No more than two courses in any discipline or interdisciplinary field can be used to satisfy Flexible Core requirements.

4. Students are required to take CHE 202 AND SCI 120 or SCI 121.

5. These credits can be satisfied by taking STEM variants in the Common Core.

Science Department

199 Chambers St, Room S-699
New York, NY 10007
Phone: (212) 220-1305

Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m