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Sample Schedule for A.S. Degree Full-time Students

Below is a sample schedule showing courses that A.S. degree students should take during their first two years at a community college and the second two years at Arundel Mills.

Freshman Year - Fall


Freshman Year - Spring

Arts general education 3
General Chemistry I 4
Intro. to Engineering Design 3
Calculus I 4
Composition and Intro. to Literature I 3
Social sciences general education 3
General Chemistry II 4
Physics I 4
Calculus II 4
Composition and Intro. to Literature II 3

Sophomore Year - Fall


Sophomore Year - Spring

Humanities general education 3
Physics II 4
Technical Elective (Circuit Theory or Programming in C 4
Calculus III 4
Digital Logic Design* 4
Social sciences general education 3
Physics III 4
Health/wellness general education 3
Differential Equations* 4
Technical Elective (Circuit Theory or Programming in C) 4

Junior Year - Fall


Junior Year - Spring

ENME 350 Electronics and Instrumentation I 3
PHYS 312 Electricity and Magnetism 4
300-400 level Identity and Difference course 3
ENES 310 Mechatronic and Robotic Design 3
ENME 351 Electronics and Instrumentation II 3
ENGL 338 Technical Writing 3
IDIS 150 Freshman Colloquium 3
Technical Electives (300-400 level from approved list) 3

Senior Year - Fall


Senior Year - Spring

ENEE 303 Analog and Digital Electronics 3
ENEE 350 Computer Organization 3
PHYS 491 Seminar 2
ENEE 307 Electronic Circuits Design 2
ENEE 439 Topics in Signal Processing 2
ENEE 475 Power Electronics 3
ENEE 408 Capstone Design Project 3
ENES 401 Fundamentals of Energy Engineering 3
Technical elective (300-400 level from approved list) 3

*Digital Logic Design and Differential Equations will transfer into FSU as 3 credits each to assure adherence to the 70 credit transfer limit set by MHEC.