Engineering

 Engineering

The demand for qualified engineers continues to rise. The Associate Degree in Engineering at Andrew College is designed to provide students with the foundational coursework required to complete their Bachelor’s Degree in one of a number of engineering fields such as mechanical, electrical and civil engineering.

The program was developed after consultation with leading engineering schools in the southeast, and provides the coursework necessary for students to move directly into third year engineering courses after completion.


Concentration Coursework (28 hours)  Engineering

Required courses:

· Calculus III

· Differential Equations

· Linear Algebra

· Principles of Physics I

· Principles of Physics II

· Engineering Statics

· Engineering Dynamics

· Engineering Graphics

The Andrew AdvantageEngineering

Classes at Andrew College are small, averaging only 14 students. Many engineering programs use the first two years of coursework to “weed out” students from their program. At Andrew, we provide a supportive environment to help you acquire the background and skills needed to be successful in the engineering program. Make no mistake, the Engineering program is challenging and you are going to have to work hard to be successful, but our faculty is with you every step of the way.

Graduates of the program are academically prepared to enter a variety of bachelor-level Engineering programs at such schools as Georgia Tech, Auburn, Mercer, Georgia Southern and Kennesaw State.

Core Curriculum 
Due to the requirements of the Engineering major, students pursuing this course of study will take a modified core curriculum, consisting of 32 semester hours of coursework in

· Communication and Quantitative Skills

· Religion or Humanities and Physical Education

· Science/Mathematics/Technology

· Social Sciences