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									ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN                                                                               CIVIL TECHNOLOGY
ENGINEERING                                                                                       Provides background for employment in a civil
The associate degree in engineering is primarily                                                  engineering office or for field work in support of a
intended to provide a basic program of engineering
                                                                                                  professional surveyor or engineer. Opportunities exist
course work for the student planning to transfer to a
university. In addition, the SAC associate                                                        in both private industry and local and county
degree in engineering provides the necessary                                                      government agencies.
background for immediate employment as a
designer, technician, or engineering assistant.
Students planning to transfer should contact the SAC
                                                                                                  Degree Major and Certificate Requirements:
Transfer Center for a copy of the Engineering                                                     Engineering 122, Engineering Drawing               3
Transfer Guide. Be aware the SAC associate                                                        Engineering 149, Introduction to A/E/C             2
degree requirements are less than full university
lower-division engineering requirements.
                                                        Program Highlights:                       Engineering 183, AutoCAD I-CAD
                                                                                                  Engineering 184, AutoCAD II-CAD
                                                                                                                                                     3
                                                                                                                                                     3
                                                                                                  Geology 101, Introduction to Geology               3
Major Requirements:
Engineering 122, Engineering Drawing               3
                                                        •   More than 25 classes offered          Geology 101L, Introduction to Geology Lab          1
                                                            each semester                         Survey/Mapping Sciences 118                        4
OR
                                                                                                  Survey/Mapping Sciences 119                        4
Engineering 125, Engineering Graphics              3
                                                                                                  Mathematics 160, Trigonometry                      4
Engineering 148, Introduction to Engineering       2           o   Computer Aided Drafting and    Recommended Electives: Engineering 110, 191;
Engineering 183, AutoCAD I-CAD                     3
Engineering 235, Statics                           3
                                                                   Design (5 different AutoCAD    Environmental Studies 170; Geology 112;
                                                                   courses, 2-D, Customizing,     Mathematics 170; Photography 180, 185; Physics
Mathematics 180, Analytic Geometry & Calculus 4
                                                                                                  217, 227
Mathematics 185, Analytic Geometry & Calculus 4                    and 3-D, plus Microstation)
Physics 217, Engineering Physics                   4
Physics 227 or 237, Engineering Physics            4           o    Engineering Graphics          INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY
Chemistry 219, General Chemistry                   5                                              Leads to employment as a mechanical, industrial, or
Recommended Electives: Students interested in                                                     manufacturing technician. Employment opportunities
transferring should consult with the university of             o   Geometric Dimensioning and     exist in the areas of production planning, quality
choice. Students interested only in the Associate                  Tolerancing                    control, inspection and testing, and production
degree should consult with engineering department                                                 supervision.
staff for specific recommendations related to career           o   Engineering Transfer           Degree Major and Certificate Requirements:
objectives.                                                                                       Business 120, Principles of Management             3
                                                                   (Graphics, Statics, Electric
                                                                                                  Engineering 114, Dimensioning & Tolerancing        3
                                                                   Circuits)                      Engineering 122, Engineering Drawing               3
COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING                                                                           Engineering 148, Introduction to Engineering       2
AND DESIGN                                              •   Day, evening, online and              Engineering 183, AutoCAD I-CAD                     3
This certificate is a comprehensive program in              weekend classes                       Engineering 184, AutoCAD II-CAD                    3
computer aided drafting and design and is                                                         Engineering 188, Machine Technology Survey         2
particularly appropriate for students with an                                                     Manufacturing Technology 028, Basic Metals         3
engineering discipline background. Class work           •   University Transfer Program (We       Management 122, Business Communications            3
includes applications in mechanical, electronic,            have articulation agreements with     Mathematics 160, Trigonometry                      4
surveying, architecture, and other major engineering                                              Physics 279, General Mechanics, Heat & Sound       4
disciplines.                                                many California universities.)        Recommended Electives: Engineering 110, 191,
Degree Major and Certificate Requirements:                                                        228, 250, 250L.
Business Applications 147                         1.5   •   Engineering Club
Engineering 122, Engineering Drawing               3
OR
Engineering 125, Engineering Graphics              3    •   Outstanding Computer Drafting         Department website:
Engineering 148, Introduction to Engineering       2        instruction and facilities.           http;//ext.sac.edu/academic_progs/
Engineering 183, AutoCAD I-CAD                     3
Engineering 184, AutoCAD II-CAD                    3    Contact:Department chair Susan Sherod     engineering
Engineering 185, AutoCAD III-CAD                   3
Engineering 186, AutoCAD 3-D CAD                   3    sherod_susan@sac.edu
Electives                                          6
Select 6 units from: Engineering: 110, 114, 124,        Phone: 714-564-6787
142, 154, 187, 191, 193, 228.
DRAFTING AND DESIGN
• OPTION I (ENGINEERING DRAFTING AND                                                                           Learn/Update Career Skills/
DESIGN)
                                                                                                               Knowledge !




                                                        NOW

                                                        SAC !
                                                         AT
Along with a strong drafting emphasis, this option
requires engineering-technical course work in math,
engineering materials, and descriptive geometry.                                                               SANTA ANA COLLEGE
Many courses are applicable to lower division
preparation leading to a Bachelor’s degree in
engineering or engineering technology at a 4 year
institution.
                                                                                                               ENGINEERING
Degree Major and Certificate Requirements:
Engineering 114, Dimensioning & Tolerancing       3
Engineering 122, Engineering Drawing              3                                                            COURSES, CERTIFICATE &
OR                                                                                                             DEGREE PROGRAMS
Engineering 125, Engineering Graphics             3
Engineering 124, Advanced Drawing                 3
Engineering 148, Introduction to Engineering
Engineering 183, AutoCAD I-CAD
Engineering 184, AutoCAD II-CAD
                                                  2
                                                  3
                                                  3
                                                                                                                2006 - 2007!
Engineering 188, Machine Technology Survey        2
Manufacturing Technology 028, Basic Metals        3
Mathematics 160, Trigonometry                     4
Recommended Electives: Engineering 110, 115,
185, 191, 235, 250; Mathematics 170.

• OPTION II (ARCHITECTURAL/CIVIL
ENGINEERING/CONSTRUCTION
DRAFTING AND DESIGN)
This option is designed specifically to prepare the
student for employment as a professional
drafter/designer in the Architectural,
Civil Engineering and Constructions fields (AEC). The
drafter/designer works closely with the architect,                                                                                            START
developer and other professionals in the
development and construction of AEC projects.                                                                                                  Feb 5
Degree Major and Certificate Requirements:                                                                                                    June 11
Engineering 112, Design & the Built Environment   3
Engineering 142, Architecture/Engineering/
Construction Drafting Standards                   4
Engineering 149, Introduction to Architecture/
Civil Engineering/Construction                    2
Engineering 154, Architecture/Engineering/
Construction AutoCAD Drafting                     3                                                            APPLY NOW!!! Register!!! See
                                                                                    Santa Ana, CA 92706-3398




Engineering 183, AutoCAD I-CAD                    3
                                                                                    sherod_susan@rsccd.org



Engineering 184, AutoCAD II-CAD                   3                                                            http://www.sac.edu/students/admissions/reg
                                                                                                               istration_info.htm.
                                                                Santa Ana College




Engineering 186, AutoCAD 3-D CAD                  3
                                                                                    1530 West 17 Street




Engineering 201, Architectural Practice           4
Recommended Electives: Engineering                                                                             Some classes offer
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110, 115, 185, 191; Environmental Studies
                                                                                    714-564-6787




                                                                                                                    online
170, Geology 112, 140; Photography 180,
                                                                                                                 components!
185
                                                                                                               Start: SPRING Feb. 5, SUMMER June 11
AFFORDABLE FEES!!!
$20/UNIT

								
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