Engineering Technology AS
The Associate of Science in Engineering Technology program at Las Positas College is designed for those who want a hands-on engineering career with a focus on mechanical technology in an applied setting. The emphasis is on Mechanical Engineering applications and developing an understanding of how engineering, technology and manufacturing principles are applied in practice. The program provides students with foundational knowledge in mathematics, critical thinking, problem solving, and engineering design, as well as skills in manufacturing, fabrication, and welding so that students are able to adapt to the ever-changing modern industrial workplace. Students may also choose to continue their education towards a degree in a related engineering discipline.
Graduates of the program may find employment as mechanical technicians, mechanical technologists, stationary engineers, or in other applied engineering fields and may collaborate with scientists, engineers, designers, and manufacturing professionals.
|ENGR 10 (Introduction to Engineering)||2|
|ENGR 22 (Engineering Design Graphics)||3|
|ENGR 37 (Applied Statics and Materials)||3|
|MATH 39 (Trigonometry)||4|
|MATH 30 (College Algebra for STEM)||4|
|PHYS 10 (Descriptive Physics)||3|
|PHYS 10L (Descriptive Physics Lab)||1|
|WLDT 10 (Machining for the Metal Trades)||3|
|WLDT 62A (Beginning GTAW and GMAW Theory)||1|
|WLDT 62AL (Beginning GTAW and GMAW Skills Lab)||2|
|WLDT 63 (Welding Layout and Fitting)||2|
|WLDT 79 (Manufacturing Processes)||2|
|WRKX 94 (Occupational Work Experience/Internship)||3|
|WRKX 95 (General Work Experience)||3|
|CMST 1 (Fundamentals of Public Speaking)||3|
|Total Units in the Major||33|
|Additional General Education and Elective Units||24|
See the Las Positas College General Education Pattern for Associate of Science Degree for listing of areas and courses. Double counting courses in GE and the major is permissible. The number of units that may be double counted will depend on the entry point to the degree program and the optional course(s) taken. Consult with an adviser or a counselor to plan the courses necessary to achieve your academic goal.