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AES 140 Associate in Engineering Science, A.E.S.


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Graduates earning the Associate in Engineering Science meet the requirement for coursework on improving human relations as defined by Public Act 87-581, revised PA 90-0655.  Courses meeting this requirement are designated with a ■ .

Curriculum No. 140

To transfer as a junior into a baccalaureate engineering program, students must complete a minimum of 64 credit hours from the list below, including prerequisite courses. Since admission is highly competitive, completion of the courses listed below does not guarantee admission to engineering programs at four-year institutions. Usually, a grade of “C” or better is required for a course to fulfill a degree requirement. Students should decide on their engineering specialty and their transfer school no later than the beginning of the sophomore year. Since engineering course selections vary by specialty and school, students should select their courses in consultation with an engineering advisor at Kishwaukee College.

Completion of this engineering curriculum does not fulfill the requirements of the Illinois Articulation Initiative General Education Core Curriculum. Students will need to complete the general education requirements of the institution to which they transfer.

A minimum of 64 credit hours are required for the Associate in Engineering Science degree. Within the 64 hours, the following must be completed:

I. General Education


Communications - 6 Credit Hours


Students must receive grades of “C” or higher in ENG 103  and ENG 104 .

Humanities/Fine Arts - 6 Credit Hours


A two semester sequence in the same discipline is recommended.

Physical Science - 5 Credit Hours


Note:


Graduates earning the Associate in Engineering Science meet the requirement for course work on improving human relations as defined in Public Act 87-581, revised PA 90-0655. Courses meeting this requirement are designated with a ■

III. Engineering Specialty Courses


13 Credit Hours

Kishwaukee College recommends 13 hours of the following engineering specialty courses if a student is interested in:

IV. Additional Requirements


  1. Meet the College’s academic residency requirement: a minimum of 15 credit hours in 100/200 level course work must be completed at Kishwaukee College for each degree earned.
  2. Fulfill the cumulative grade point average requirement of a grade point average of 2.000 in all applicable courses attempted at Kishwaukee College.
  3. Resolve any incomplete grades in Kishwaukee College course work.
  4. Apply for graduation through Kishwaukee College Self-Service located in myKC.