The Associate in Engineering Science (A.E.S.) degree is designed to complete the lower-division (freshman and sophomore) portion of a baccalaureate degree in engineering. Baccalaureate degree programs in engineering are highly structured and require extensive, sequential mathematics and science courses at the lower division level. In order to take courses in a similar pattern to those of freshman and sophomore students in the field of engineering at a university, some general education courses are postponed to the junior and senior years. Even though the AES degree does not contain the entire IAI General Education Core Curriculum, students who transfer, having earned a minimum of 30 semester credit hours of college level coursework, have the option of completing the IAI GECC requirements or the receiving institution’s lower-division general education requirements.
Updated: September 28, 2010
The major panel courses recommended will be accepted as credit toward the major at the receiving institutions listed.
Credit will either be accepted as a course equivalent or be counted as elective credit toward fulfilling the requirements of the major.
The following institutions have agreed to the major courses listed below:
The guidelines for the Associate in Engineering Science degree are as follows:
Select from Social and Behavioral
902: Principles of Microeconomics (3 semester credits). (S3
902 is required in Industrial Engineering and recommended for other
Engineering specialties.) If 2 courses are selected in a field,
a two-semester sequence in the same discipline is recommended.
Additional courses recommended for various fields of engineering can be found at IAI Major Engineering Section
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