Civil Engineering Emphasis w/Math 1910 Entry

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Civil Engineering Emphasis w/Math 1910 Entry

Civil Engineering Emphasis - General Transfer Major, A.S. (TTP) / A.S. (TTP) / A.S. (TTP)

Expected Hours for Civil Engineering Emphasis - General Transfer Major, A.S. (TTP) Degree

69

Expected Hours for A.S. (TTP) Degree

69 plus

Expected Hours for A.S. (TTP) Degree

69 plus 6 additional prerequisite hours)

What is Civil Engineering Emphasis - General Transfer Major, A.S. (TTP)?

The Civil Engineering emphasis is designed to prepare students for transfer to a bachelor’s degree granting institution.  This program is designed to create a smooth transition for students to continue their education to earn a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or related field.

What can I do with this degree?

Civil Engineering is a broad range of study that can lead to careers in a variety of engineering disciplines, including: Environmental Engineering, Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Materials Engineering, and Construction Engineering to name a few.

  • Environmental Engineers: perform engineering duties to resolve, or improve environmental conditions (hazards, water, pollution control, etc…)
  • Structural Engineers: design and analyze structures to ensure anticipated loading requirements are met by buildings, bridges, tunnels, etc…
  • Construction Engineers: plan and implement the processes to prepare sites for structures and the building of the structures.

What are my options at Cleveland State Community College?

  • Civil Engineering Emphasis: General Transfer Major, A.S. (TTP)

What is the cost?

  • State residents: $152 per credit hour
  • Out-of-State residents: $475 per credit hour
  • Registration fees vary but are applied to your tuition costs for summary. You can check the updated page for fees, tuition, and expenses.

What are my options to pay for this degree?

  • Apply for financial aid at www.FAFSA.gov
  • A student is encouraged to apply early for financial aid. He/she must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the FAFSA Renewal Application as soon as possible after October 1 to ensure that the Financial Aid Office receives the Institutional Student Information Record and other documents prior to the priority deadline. July 1st is the priority deadline for applying for the fall semester and December 1st for the spring semester.

Program Schedule


Fall Semester

MATH 1910

Calculus I

4

ENGL 1010

English Composition I

3

CHEM 1110

General Chemistry I

4

GEN 1010

First Year Seminar

3

HIST 1110

World Civilizations I

3


Fall Milestones

  • MATH 1910 requires a Math ACT score of 26 or higher.  Otherwise, completion of MATH 1710 will be required.
  • CHEM 1110 requires completion of all Learning Support competencies.
  • Students should take the history sequence required by the senior institution. For instance, UTK and UTC prefer World Civilizations I & II, whereas TTU prefers American History I & II.
  • FINANCIAL AID ALERT-If you plan to receive aid, the priority deadline to apply or renew your FAFSA and submit any requested documentation is July 1. Please consult  a financial aid specialist and the business office prior to the start of classes to check on fees/expenses and to ensure that you are in good standing.
  • Work with your advisor to discuss Spring registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Spring Semester

MATH 1920

Calculus II

4

ENGL 1020

English Composition II

3

PHYS 2110

Calculus Based Physics I

4

MATH 2010

Linear Algebra

3

HIST 1120

World Civilizations II

3


Spring Milestones

  • MATH 1920 requires completion of MATH 1910 with a grade of C or higher AND completion of MATH 1720.
  • PHYS 2110 requires completion of MATH 1910.  (This class is only offered in Spring semesters.)
  • MATH 2010 requires completion of MATH 1910.  (If necessary, this class may be taken Spring semester of second year.)
  •  Students should take the history sequence required by the senior institution. For instance, UTK & UTC prefer World Civilizations I & II, whereas TTU prefers American History I & II.
  • FINANCIAL ALERT-Please consult  a financial aid specialist and the business office prior to the start of classes to check on fees/expenses and to ensure that you are in good standing.

If this is your first term of enrollment and you plan to receive aid, the priority deadline to apply or renew your FAFSA and submit any requested documentation is December 1.

  • Work with your advisor to discuss Fall registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Fall Semester

MATH 2110

Calculus III

4

PHYS 2120

Calculus Based Physics II

4

ENGR 2110

Engineering Statics

3

ENGL 2110

Early American Literature

3

ECON 2010

Macroeconomics

3


Fall Milestones

  • MATH 2110 requires completion of MATH 1920 with a grade of C or higher.
  • PHYS 2120 requires completion of PHYS 2110.  (This class is only offered in Fall semesters.)
  • ENGR 2110 requires completion of PHYS 2110.  (This class is only offered in Fall semesters.)
  •  
  • FINANCIAL ALERT-If you plan to receive aid, the priority deadline to apply or renew your FAFSA and submit any requested documentation is July 1. Please consult  a financial aid specialist and the business office prior to the start of classes to check on fees/expenses and to ensure that you are in good standing.
  • Work with your advisor to discuss Spring registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Spring Semester

MATH 2120

Differential Equations

3

ENGR 2120

Engineering Dynamics

3

MUS 1030

Music Appreciation

3

ECON 2020

Microeconomics

3

ARTH 2020

Survey of Art History II

3

SPCH 1010

Fundamentals of Speech Communication

3

Subtotal

69


Spring Milestones

  • MATH 2120 requires completion of MATH 2110.
  • ENGR 2120 requires completion of ENGR 2110.
  • Congratulations!  After you complete this semester’s courses and maintain an overall 2.0 GPA, you will be a Cleveland State graduate.
  • Apply to graduate by completing the online Intent to Graduate form under the Graduation Tab within Registration Tools & Forms on CougarNet.
  • Complete program test and exit exam in the Testing Center. Schedule to take your exams by going to mycs.cc/testing.

FINANCIAL ALERT-Please consult  a financial aid specialist and the business office prior to the start of classes to check on fees/expenses and to ensure that you are in good standing.

What is Civil Engineering Emphasis w/Math 1000 Entry?

The Civil Engineering emphasis is designed to prepare students for transfer to a bachelor’s degree granting institution.  This program is designed to create a smooth transition for students to continue their education to earn a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or related field.

What will I learn?

Students successfully completing a Civil Engineering Emphasis program designated as a Tennessee Transfer Pathway will be able to do the following:

    1. Apply mathematics, science, and engineering knowledge.
    2. Understand, analyze, and interpret data.
    3. Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
    4. Understand professional and ethical responsibility.
    5. Communicate ideas effectively.
  • Use the techniques, skill, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

What can I do with this degree?

Civil Engineering is a broad range of study that can lead to careers in a variety of engineering disciplines, including: Environmental Engineering, Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Materials Engineering, and Construction Engineering to name a few.

  • Environmental Engineers: perform engineering duties to resolve, or improve environmental conditions (hazards, water, pollution control, etc…)
  • Structural Engineers: design and analyze structures to ensure anticipated loading requirements are met by buildings, bridges, tunnels, etc…
  • Construction Engineers: plan and implement the processes to prepare sites for structures and the building of the structures.

What are my options at Cleveland State Community College?

Civil Engineering Emphasis: General Transfer Major, A.S. (TTP)

What is the cost?

  • State residents: $152 per credit hour
  • Out-of-State residents: $475 per credit hour
  • Registration fees vary but are applied to your tuition costs for summary. You can check the updated page for fees, tuition, and expenses.

What are my options to pay for this degree?

  • Apply for financial aid at www.FAFSA.gov
  • A student is encouraged to apply early for financial aid. He/she must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the FAFSA Renewal Application as soon as possible after October 1 to ensure that the Financial Aid Office receives the Institutional Student Information Record and other documents prior to the priority deadline. July 1st is the priority deadline for applying for the fall semester and December 1st for the spring semester.

Program Schedule


Fall Semester

GEN 1010

First Year Seminar

3

MATH 1000

Algebra Essentials

3

ENGL 1010

English Composition I

3

HIST 1110

World Civilizations I

3

ARTH 2010

Survey of Art History I

3


Fall Milestones

  • Students should take the history sequence required by the senior institution.  For instance, UTK and UTC. prefer World Civilization I and II, whereas TTU prefers American History I and II.
  • FINANCIAL ALERT-Check on fees and other expenses for the college to ensure you are in good standing. Please see your financial aid counselor and the business office.
  • Work with your advisor to discuss Spring registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Spring Semester

MATH 1710

Precalculus I

3

CHEM 1110

General Chemistry I

4

ENGL 1020

English Composition II

3

HIST 1120

World Civilizations II

3

SPCH 1010

Fundamentals of Speech

3


Milestones

  • MATH 1710 requires ACT 22, or completion of MATH 1000 with a ‘C’ or better, or completion of 34 modules of SAILS.
  • CHEM 1110 requires completion of all Learning Support competencies.
  • ENGL 1020 requires completion of ENGL 1010.
  • FINANCIAL AID ALERT-If you receive aid, the priority deadline to apply or renew your FAFSA is after January 1st. The deadline is July 25th. The first two weeks of the semester is ideal to check on fees and other expenses for the college to ensure you are in good standing. Please see your financial aid counselor and the business office.
  • Work with your advisor to discuss Fall registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Summer Semester


MATH 1720

Precalculus II

3

Summer Milestones


  • MATH 1720 requires ACT 22, or completion of MATH 1000 with a ‘C’ or better, or completion of 34 modules of SAILS.  

Fall Semester

MATH 1910

Calculus I

4

ENGL 2110

Early American Literature

3

ECON 2010

Macroeconomics

3

MUS 1030

Music Appreciation

3


Fall Milestones

MATH 1910 requires a Math ACT score of 26 or higher.  Otherwise, completion of MATH 1710 will be required.


  • FINANCIAL ALERT-Check on fees and other expenses for the college to ensure you are in good standing. Please see your financial aid counselor and the business office.
  • Work with your advisor to discuss Spring registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Spring Semester

MATH 1920

Calculus II

4

MATH 2010

Linear Algebra

3

PHYS 2110

Calculus Based Physics I

4

ECON 2020

Microeconomics

3


Spring Milestones

  • MATH 1920 requires completion of MATH 1910 with a grade of C or higher AND completion of MATH 1720.
  • MATH 2010 requires completion of MATH 1910.  (If necessary, this class may be taken Spring semester of third year.)
  • PHYS 2110 requires completion of MATH 1910 and is a prerequisite for ENGR 2110. ((This class is only offered in Spring semesters.)
  • Complete program test and exit exam in the student services center. Call ext. 217 to schedule or visit the offices at U118.
  • Apply to graduate through Enrollment Services at U117.
  • NOTE: At this point you are eligible to graduate with a General Transfer A.S. degree.  It will take two more semesters to earn a Civil Engineering Emphasis.  

Fall Semester

MATH 2110

Calculus III

4

ENGR 2110

Engineering Statics

3

PHYS 2120

Calculus Based Physics II

4


Milestones

  • MATH 2110 requires completion of MATH 1920.
  • ENGR 2110 requires completion of PHYS 2110.  (This class is only offered in Fall semesters.)fa
  • PHYS 2120 requires completion of PHYS 2110.  (This class is only offered in Fall semesters.)
  • Complete program test and exit exam in the student services center. Call ext. 217 to schedule or visit the offices at U118.
  • Apply to graduate through Enrollment Services at U117.

Spring Semester

ENGR 2120

Engineering Dynamics

3

MATH 2120

Differential Equations

3


Milestones

  • ENGR 2120 requires completion of ENGR 2110.
  • MATH 2120 requires completion of MATH 2110.

  • Complete program test and exit exam in the student services center. Call ext. 217 to schedule or visit the offices at U118.
  • Apply to graduate through Enrollment Services at U117.

What is Civil Engineering Emphasis w/Math 1710 Entry?

The Civil Engineering emphasis is designed to prepare students for transfer to a bachelor’s degree granting institution.  This program is designed to create a smooth transition for students to continue their education to earn a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or related field.

What will I learn?

Students successfully completing a Civil Engineering Emphasis program designated as a Tennessee Transfer Pathway will be able to do the following:

    1. Apply mathematics, science, and engineering knowledge.
    2. Understand, analyze, and interpret data.
    3. Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
    4. Understand professional and ethical responsibility.
    5. Communicate ideas effectively.
  • Use the techniques, skill, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

What can I do with this degree?

Civil Engineering is a broad range of study that can lead to careers in a variety of engineering disciplines, including: Environmental Engineering, Structural Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Materials Engineering, and Construction Engineering to name a few.

  • Environmental Engineers: perform engineering duties to resolve, or improve environmental conditions (hazards, water, pollution control, etc…)
  • Structural Engineers: design and analyze structures to ensure anticipated loading requirements are met by buildings, bridges, tunnels, etc…
  • Construction Engineers: plan and implement the processes to prepare sites for structures and the building of the structures.

What are my options at Cleveland State Community College?

  • Civil Engineering Emphasis: General Transfer Major, A.S. (TTP)

What is the cost?

  • State residents: $152 per credit hour
  • Out-of-State residents: $475 per credit hour
  • Registration fees vary but are applied to your tuition costs for summary. You can check the updated page for fees, tuition, and expenses.

What are my options to pay for this degree?

  • Apply for financial aid at www.FAFSA.gov
  • A student is encouraged to apply early for financial aid. He/she must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the FAFSA Renewal Application as soon as possible after October 1 to ensure that the Financial Aid Office receives the Institutional Student Information Record and other documents prior to the priority deadline. July 1st is the priority deadline for applying for the fall semester and December 1st for the spring semester.

Program Schedule


Fall Semester

GEN 1010

First Year Seminar

3

MATH 1710

Precalculus I

3

CHEM 1110

General Chemistry I

4

ENGL 1010

English Composition I

3

HIST 1110

World Civilization I

3


Fall Milestones

  • MATH 1710 requires ACT 22, or completion of MATH 1000 with a ‘C’ or better, or completion of 34 modules of SAILS.

CHEM 1110 requires completion of all Learning Support competencies.

  • Students should take the history sequence required by the senior institution.  For instance, UTK and UTC. prefer World Civilization I and II, whereas TTU prefers American History I and II.
  • FINANCIAL ALERT-Check on fees and other expenses for the college to ensure you are in good standing. Please see your financial aid counselor and the business office.
  • Work with your advisor to discuss Spring registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Spring Semester


MATH 1720

Precalculus II

3

MATH 1910

Calculus I

4


ENGL 1020

English Composition II

3

SPCH 1010

Fundamentals of Speech

3

HIST 1120

World Civilization II

3


Spring Milestones

  • MATH 1720 requires ACT 22, or completion of MATH 1000 with a ‘C’ or better, or completion of 34 modules of SAILS.
  • MATH 1910 requires a Math ACT score of 26 or higher.  Otherwise, completion of MATH 1710 will be required.
  • FINANCIAL AID ALERT-If you receive aid, the priority deadline to apply or renew your FAFSA is after January 1st. The deadline is July 25th. The first two weeks of the semester is ideal to check on fees and other expenses for the college to ensure you are in good standing. Please see your financial aid counselor and the business office.
  • Work with your advisor to discuss Fall registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Summer Semester

MATH 1920

Calculus II

4


Summer Milestones

  • MATH 1920 requires completion of MATH 1910 with a grade of C or higher AND completion of MATH 1720.

Fall Semester

MATH 2110

Calculus III

4

(MATH 1900)

(Scientific Programming)

3

ENGL 2110

Early American Literature

3

ECON 2010

Macroeconomics

3

MUS 1030

Music Appreciation

3


Fall Milestones

  • MATH 2110 requires completion of MATH 1920.
  • MATH 1900 is not required for a Civil Engineering degree, however it will allow you to earn a Mathematics degree at the end of two years.
  • FINANCIAL ALERT-Check on fees and other expenses for the college to ensure you are in good standing. Please see your financial aid counselor and the business office.
  • Work with your advisor to discuss Spring registration when contacted. Remember, advising is key to success!

Spring Semester

MATH 2010

Linear Algebra

3

MATH 2120

Differential Equations

3

PHYS 2110

Calculus Based Physics I

4

ARTH 2020

Survey of Art History II

3

ECON 2020

Microeconomics

3


Spring Milestones

  • MATH 2010 requires completion of MATH 1910.  
  • MATH 2120 requires completion of MATH 2110.
  • PHYS 2110 requires completion of MATH 1910.  (This class is only offered in Spring semesters.)
  • Complete program test and exit exam in the student services center. Call ext. 217 to schedule or visit the offices at U118.
  • Apply to graduate through Enrollment Services at U117.
  • NOTE: At this point, you have met all of the requirements to graduate with a General Transfer A.S. degree.  It will require two more semesters to earn a Civil Engineering degree.  If you completed MATH 1900, you can earn a General Transfer - Mathematics Emphasis degree.

Fall Semester

PHYS 2120

Calculus Based Physics II

4

ENGR 2110

Engineering Statics

3


Fall Milestones

  • PHYS 2120 requires completion of PHYS 2110.  (This class is only offered in Fall semesters.)
  • ENGR 2110 requires completion of PHYS 2110.  (This class is only offered in Fall semesters.)

Spring Semester

ENGR 2120

Engineering Dynamics

3


Spring Milestones

  • .ENGR 2120 requires completion of ENGR 2110.

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