ENGR 100 College Success in Engineering
The primary goal of this course is to provide students with the resources needed to make an informed decision about future education and career goals and to make those goals reality. This course provides an orientation to the educational options and professional opportunities in engineering. Students will develop academic and personal skills and attitudes that promote success in college study.
Prerequisites: ABED 040 (or placement into MATH 087 or higher) and ABED 046 (or placement into ENGL 093 or higher)
Students should enroll in ENGR 100 in their first quarter of the Computer and Electrical Pre-Engineering, Associate in Science Transfer or Mechanical, Civil, Aeronautical, Industrial, Materials Science Pre-Engineering, Associate in Science Transfer .
Quarters Offered: Fall, Winter, Spring
Upon successful completion of this course students will be able to:
- Develop goals for college study and identify strategies (including financial, time, stress and health management) to achieve them
- Distinguish among different fields of engineering and engineering technology
- Prepare an academic plan leading to an Associate degree and successful transfer in engineering
- Outline the specific job opportunities and educational requirements in at least one field of engineering
- Demonstrate attitudes and learning strategies that promote success in STEM study
- Successfully navigate campus resources and services including the college website, learning management system, student financial services, and various student support services
- Define, explore, and discuss the importance of diversity in today’s classroom and community
Total Hours: 30 Lecture Hours: 30