Sales Engineering (AS Degree S0852)

Natural Science Division
The Sales Engineering program is designed to prepare the student for a career in a wide range of industries including sales engineering, technical sales and technical customer service.  Technical Sales courses and additional requisite coursework may facilitate industry employment.

Required Courses
 
Course Prefix Course Name Units
Core courses4
ENGT 10AFoundations of Technical Sales2
ENGT 10BTechnical Sales Strategies2
And completion of an AS Engineering with Emphasis in Engineering Applications AS
Course Prefix Course Name Units
Engineering with Emphasis in Mechanical Engineering Applications AS36-37
ENGR 1Introduction to Engineering2
ENGR 1CEngineering Critical Thinking3
ENGR 6Introduction to Engineering Programming Concepts and Methodologies4
or ENGR 7 Programming Applications for Engineers
ENGR 8Properties of Materials4
ENGR 18Introduction to Engineering Graphics3
ENGR 24Engineering Graphics4
CHEM 50General Chemistry I5
or CHEM 50H General Chemistry I - Honors
or CHEM 55 Chemistry for Engineers
PHYS 2AGGeneral Physics4
or PHYS 4A Engineering Physics
Required Electives: Choose at least 7 units7
Statics
Applied Statics
Dynamics
Mechanics of Materials
Electrical Engineering
Robotics Team Project Development
Intermediate Robotics Team Project Development
General Physics
Engineering Physics
Course Prefix Course Name Units
Engineering with Emphasis in Software Engineering Applications AS27.5-29
ENGR 1Introduction to Engineering2
ENGR 1CEngineering Critical Thinking3
ENGR 6Introduction to Engineering Programming Concepts and Methodologies4
ENGR 16Introduction to Digital Electronics with FPGA Programming4
CSCI 110Fundamentals of Computer Science3.5
CSCI 150Assembly Language/Machine Architecture3.5
CSCI 220Data Structures I3.5
or CSCI 240 Data Structures and Algorithms
MATH 160Precalculus Mathematics4
or MATH 180 Calculus and Analytic Geometry
Course Prefix Course Name Units
Engineering with Emphasis in Civil Engineering Applications AS36-37
ENGR 1Introduction to Engineering2
ENGR 1CEngineering Critical Thinking3
ENGR 6Introduction to Engineering Programming Concepts and Methodologies4
or ENGR 7 Programming Applications for Engineers
ENGR 8Properties of Materials4
ENGR 24Engineering Graphics4
CHEM 50General Chemistry I5
or CHEM 50H General Chemistry I - Honors
MATH 180Calculus and Analytic Geometry4
or MATH 181 Calculus and Analytic Geometry
PHYS 2AGGeneral Physics4
or PHYS 4A Engineering Physics
SURV 1ASurveying3
SURV 1BSurveying3
Required Electives: Choose a minimum of 10 units10
Introduction to Engineering Graphics
Statics
Applied Statics
Dynamics
Mechanics of Materials
Robotics Team Project Development
Intermediate Robotics Team Project Development
Differential Equations and Linear Algebra for Engineers
General Physics
Engineering Physics
Course Prefix Course Name Units
Engineering with Emphasis in Electrical Engineering Applications AS41
ENGR 1Introduction to Engineering2
ENGR 6Introduction to Engineering Programming Concepts and Methodologies4
ENGR 16Introduction to Digital Electronics with FPGA Programming4
ENGR 44Electrical Engineering4
ENGR 285Differential Equations and Linear Algebra for Engineers4
MATH 180Calculus and Analytic Geometry4
MATH 181Calculus and Analytic Geometry4
MATH 280Calculus and Analytic Geometry5
PHYS 4AEngineering Physics5
PHYS 4BEngineering Physics5
Course Prefix Course Name Units
Engineering with Emphasis in Chemical and Materials Engineering Applications AS30-45
ENGR 1Introduction to Engineering2
ENGR 1CEngineering Critical Thinking3
ENGR 6Introduction to Engineering Programming Concepts and Methodologies4
or ENGR 7 Programming Applications for Engineers
ENGR 8Properties of Materials4
CHEM 50General Chemistry I5
or CHEM 50H General Chemistry I - Honors
or CHEM 55 Chemistry for Engineers
MATH 160Precalculus Mathematics4
or MATH 180 Calculus and Analytic Geometry
PHYS 2AGGeneral Physics4
or PHYS 4A Engineering Physics
Required Electives: Choose a minimum of 12 units12
General Chemistry II
General Chemistry II - Honors
Organic Chemistry I
Organic Chemistry II
Statics
Applied Statics
Robotics Team Project Development
Intermediate Robotics Team Project Development
Differential Equations and Linear Algebra for Engineers
General Physics
Engineering Physics

Please see the Mt. San Antonio College Engineering, Engineering Technology and Surveying Program Website for updated information on program courses, transfer help, extracurricular activities, faculty contact information and more.

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