Civil/Mechanical Engineering Technology

Programof Study

 

This four-year program offers the studentan opportunity to explore the areas of Civil and Mechanical EngineeringTechnology.  The Civil Engineering curriculum offers students a practicaloverview of this dynamic discipline by examining the interrelated fields ofstructural, geo-technical, transportation and environmental engineering andconstruction management.

The Mechanical Engineering curriculum,which is combined with the Civil Engineering, encompasses the design of suchdiverse systems as missiles, power-plants, robots and machine tools.  Thespectrum of professional activity for the Mechanical Pre-Engineering graduateruns from research through design and development to manufacturing andsales.  Because of their comprehensive training and education, mechanicalengineers are often called upon to assume management positions.

Articulation Agreement:

College/University

Course

Number

Course Name

Credits

New Jersey Institute of Technology

Newark, NJ

 HUM101

MATH111

FED101

PHYS111

PHYS111A

English: Writing, Speaking, Thinking*

Calculus I*

ECE, CE, or MIE

Physics**

Physics Lab 

 3

4

2

3

1

Criteria

Credit Type

* All acceptance of credit is based on an Advanced Placement (AP) assessment score of 4 or higher (on a scale of 1-5)

** Must take AP Calculus and score 4 or higher on AP exam

·        Students must maintain a minimum GPA of 82/100 and meet all other NJIT admission requirements in order to expedite acceptance into NJIT.

·        Students who achieve a minimum GPA of 90/100 or higher will be considered  for acceptance to NJIT’s Dorman Honors College subject to satisfactory completion of all other conditional requirements.

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College/University

Course

Number

Course Name

Credits

Middlesex County College

Edison, NJ

CSC133

CSC134

CSC161

ELT111

Intro to Computer Science Using C++

Object Oriented Programming Using C++

Intro to Computer Science Using Java

Digital Electronics

4

4

4

3

Criteria

Credit Type

·        Students are responsible to meet all requirements set forth in the MCC High School Scholars Program.

·        Students are responsible to pay $100 for each course.

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