Do you know if you are signed up to take the right classes? This is a flowchart of engineering and engineering support courses offered at Hartnell with their prerequisites. Consult your counselor every semester before you register for the next to make sure you are on track.
The Engineering program at Hartnell College covers the first two years of the traditional professional engineering program leading to a Bachelor’s Degree. It is nearly the same for all fields of engineering with specialization coming later in upper division coursework. The required core curriculum follows the Engineering Articulation Agreement developed by the Engineering Liaison Council (ELC) between community colleges and four-year public and private colleges and universities. This articulated agreement, commonly referred to as the Summit Agreement, states that students should be considered for admission upon completion of the engineering core curriculum and not necessarily the completion of all general education.
PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon successful completion of the Engineering program, a student should be able to:
• employ science and mathematical skills required for occupational needs.
• design a system, component, or process with supervision of a licensed engineer to meet desired needs.
• analyze engineering problems and make appropriate decisions with supervision of a licensed engineer.
• demonstrate appropriate technical communication skills (written, verbal and drawing).
• work effectively in a team, exercise initiative and function in a leadership role.
Who to contact
Engineering and Mathematics Instructor
Dean of Academic Affairs- Math, Science and Engineering
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EGN5. Programming and Problem-Solving in MATLAB (3)
Lec 2 Hrs; Lab 3 Hrs
Semesters offered: Spring
This course utilizes the MATLAB environment to provide students with a working knowledge of computer-based problem-solving methods relevant to science and engineering. It introduces the fundamentals of procedural and object-oriented programming, numerical analysis, and data structures. Examples and assignments in the course are drawn from practical applications in engineering, physics, and mathematics.