Engineering Science

Program Information

Degree Type: AS
Program Code: EGRS
Hegis Code: 5609.00
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SUNY Adirondack's engineering program provides a core curriculum typical of 4-year engineering colleges. Students transfer as juniors to a variety of public and private institutions throughout the U.S. The NYS Two Year Engineering Sciences Association (TYESA) articulation agreement guarantees priority admission to all major public and private engineering schools in New York State (e.g., Binghamton, Clarkson, RIT, RPI, Union). SUNY Adirondack also has formal articulation agreements with selected colleges. High school preparation: Mathematics through calculus & regents chemistry required. Recommended: Physics, computer science, mechanical drawing/CAD.

Cr. Course Title Course Code
1-4 Freshman Experience Hrd100, Hrd  100A or Hrd110
3 Writing I Eng101; Eng100A & Eng100B
3 SUNY Gen Ed Basic Communication course Eng102 - Eng110
4 General Chemistry I (Prereq Required) Chm 111
12 Engineering Physics I, II, and III (Prereq Required) Egr105, Egr106 & Egr204
4 Circuit Analysis Egr222
8 Calculus I and II (Prereq Required) Mat131 & Mat132
2 Health and Wellness PED activity credits, Avs101, Avs102, Bio114, Bio115, Hed103, Hed104, Hed108, Sci161
3 SUNY Gen Ed The Arts, Humanities and Foreign Language  
3 SUNY Gen Ed Social Science  
8 Calculus III and Differential Equations Series (Prereq Required) Mat231 & Mat232
15-18 Core Electives: Choose from Concentration*  
  Chemical Engineering Core Elective  
  General Chemistry II (Prereq Required) Chm112
  Organic Chemistry I (Prereq Required) Chm203
  Organic Chemistry II (Prereq Required) Chm204
  Core Elective by Advisement  
  Core Elective by Advisement  
  Electrical Engineering Core Elective  
  Digital Logic Design (Prereq Required) Egr183
  Introduction to Programming (Prereq Required) Cis143
  Intermediate Programming in a Windows Environment (Prereq Required) Cis144
  Microprocessor Architecture (Prereq Required) Egr223
  Core Elective by Advisement  
  Mechanical/Civil Eng. Core Elective  
  Mechanics I - Statics (Prereq Required) Egr207
  Mechanics II - Mechanics of Materials (Prereq Required) Egr209
  Core Elective by Advisement  
  Core Elective by Advisement  
  Core Elective by Advisement  
  Computer Engineering Core Elective  
  Digital Logic Design (Prereq Required) Egr183
  Introduction to Programming (Prereq Required) Cis143
  Intermediate Programming in a Windows Environment (Prereq Required) Cis144
  Core Elective by Advisement  
  Choose 1 course from the following:  
  Data Structures and Objects in C++ (Prereq Required) Cis243
  Microprocessor Architecture (Prereq Required) Egr223
66 minimum credits required for graduation  

Additional Information:

*Substitutions can be made to core concentrations depending upon transfer requirements of four-year schools. Please see division chair or advisor.

Recommended First Year
First Semester
1-4 Hrd100, Hrd100A or Hrd110
3 Eng101; Eng100A & Eng100B
4 Mat131
3 SUNY Gen Ed Social Science
4 Chm111
1 Health and Wellness
Second Semester
3 Eng110 recommended
4 Mat132
4 Egr105 (Prereq MAT131)
3-4 Core Elective by Concentration Area
3-4 Core Elective by Concentration Area
Recommended Second Year
Third Semester
3-4 Core Elective by Concentration Area
4 Mat231
4 Egr222
3 SUNY Gen Ed The Arts, Humanities and Foreign Language
4 Egr106
Fourth Semester
4 Mat232
3-4 Core Elective by Concentration Area
3-4 Core Elective by Concentration Area
4 Egr204
1 Health and Wellness