Comp/Elect - Associate in Science-Transfer Computer and Electrical Engineering Track 2/MRP
Fall, Winter, Spring
Spokane Falls Community College
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Prepare for a future in software or hardware design, aerospace, robotics and other industries that rely on advanced computers and electronic systems.
Are you a problem solver with a strong curiosity about math and science? Do you often wonder how things work? If so, engineering may be the career path for you.
In this program, you’ll complete the requirements of the freshman and sophomore years of most engineering programs at a university. You’ll study areas such as calculus, physics and chemistry, but you’ll also take courses in English, social sciences and humanities. This pre-major program is designed to prepare you to transfer at the junior level into an engineering program at a four-year college or university.
From the ocean floors to outer space, from as small as the atomic level to as large as the tallest skyscrapers, engineers work on in a variety of settings on a range of challenging projects. Whether you want to be a civil engineer, mechanical engineer, electrical engineer or any other type of engineer, this program will help prepare you to design and develop solutions to some of the world’s most complex problems.
SFCC offers extra support and career development to students pursuing a degree in science, technology, engineering, or math programs through MESA (Math, Engineering, Science Achievement).
You and your advisor will use this program map as a starting point to create a personal education plan customized to your needs. We meet you where you are and help you reach your goals.
Need more details? Check out the degree worksheet for the Associate in Science Transfer Track 2 - Computer and Electrical Engineering Pathway (AS-T 2/MRP).
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Comp/Electrical Engineering AS-T2 map
Total Credits: 100
You and your advisor will use the Program Map located on this page to create a personal education plan customized to your interests and goals, your start quarter, full- or part-time status, any prior credits you have, and the classes available each quarter. To see the requirements for the AS-T 2 MRP - Computer and Electrical Engineering Pathway, click here, then scroll down to Associate in Science – Transfer Track 2 (AS-T 2/MRP)
Vicki was born and raised on a large commercial farm in Napa, California. She was able to combine her farm knowledge and love of science when she studied at California State Polytechnical Institute in San Luis Obispo with a major in Dairy Science. She has worked in the SFCC Admissions & Registration office for 20 years. During this time, she had the opportunity to serve students from application to completion and beyond.
Vicki joined the Computing, Math, and Science Division as a Guided Pathway Specialist in 2022. She is passionate about STEM, pathways and dedicated to helping students achieve their goals by meeting them where they are.
When off-campus, she enjoys spending time with her family, gardening and reading. She is proud of her 3 sons and 2 daughters-in-law who attended CCS.
Greg Cripe PhD Applied Mathematics, MS Computer Science, MA Math, BA Math, BM Music Performance
Greg comes to SFCC from Indiana where he studied Tuba and taught scenic design techniques in Opera. He taught math in high school in Swaziland during a stint in the Peace Corps before traveling through the states and ending up in the Northwest. He still enjoys adventures and hopes you will visit him in the math center during your adventure in your math courses.
All SFCC classes that students take to obtain an Associate in Science Transfer Track 2 (AS-T 2) degree in engineering are transferable. We coordinate twice each year to ensure compatibility with the in-state university engineering programs. After completing the engineering program at SFCC, students go on to Gonzaga University, Eastern Washington University, Washington State University, and other local and national engineering schools.
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