Associate of Science in Engineering Fundamentals

Students will:

  • Have an ability to identify, formulate, and solve broadly defined technical or scientific problems by applying knowledge of mathematics and science and/or technical topics to areas relevant to the discipline.
  • Have an ability to conduct experiments or test theories and analyze and interpret data.
  • Have an ability to function effectively on teams.
  • Have an ability to demonstrate the knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities.
  • Have an ability to communicate effectively.
  • Have an ability to apply appropriate dimensional units.

General Education

General Education
Embry-Riddle courses in the general education categories of Communication Theory and Skills, Humanities, and Social Sciences may be chosen from those listed below, assuming prerequisites are met. Courses from other institutions are acceptable if they fall into these broad categories and are at the level specified.
Communication Theory and Skills
ENGL 123English Composition3
COMD 219Speech3
ENGL 221Technical Report Writing3
Humanities elective (HUMN 140 Series)3
ECON 225Engineering Economics3
MATH 241Calculus and Analytical Geometry I4
Total Credits19


ENGR 101Introduction to Engineering3
ENGR 115Introduction to Computing for Engineers3
ENGR 120Graphical Communications3
ESCI 201Statics3
ESCI 202Solid Mechanics3
ESCI 204Dynamics3
ESCI 206Fluid Mechanics3
MATH 242Calculus and Analytical Geometry II4
MATH 243Calculus and Analytical Geometry III4
MATH 345Differential Equations and Matrix Methods4
PHYS 150Physics I for Engineers3
PHYS 160Physics II for Engineers3
PHYS 250Physics III for Engineers3
PHYS 253Physics Laboratory for Engineers2
Total Credits44
Total Degree Requirements63

Plan of Study (ASEF)

Year One

Term 1Credits
ENGR 101 Introduction to Engineering 3
ENGL 123 English Composition 3
 Credits Subtotal6.0
Term 2
MATH 241 Calculus and Analytical Geometry I 4
ENGR 115 Introduction to Computing for Engineers 3
Humanities (HUMN) Lower Level 3
 Credits Subtotal10.0
Term 3
MATH 242 Calculus and Analytical Geometry II 4
PHYS 150 Physics I for Engineers 3
 Credits Subtotal7.0
Term 4
PHYS 160 Physics II for Engineers 3
COMD 219 Speech 3
ECON 225 Engineering Economics 3
 Credits Subtotal9.0
 Credits Total: 32.0

Year Two

Term 1Credits
ESCI 201 Statics 3
MATH 243 Calculus and Analytical Geometry III 4
ENGL 221 Technical Report Writing 3
 Credits Subtotal10.0
Term 2
ENGR 120 Graphical Communications 3
ESCI 202 Solid Mechanics 3
ESCI 204 Dynamics 3
 Credits Subtotal9.0
Term 3
ESCI 206 Fluid Mechanics 3
MATH 345 Differential Equations and Matrix Methods 4
 Credits Subtotal7.0
Term 4
PHYS 250 Physics III for Engineers 3
PHYS 253 Physics Laboratory for Engineers 2
 Credits Subtotal5.0
 Credits Total: 31.0
Total Degree Requirements63