ASSOCIATE IN ENGINEERING SCIENCE DEGREE (AES)
SPECIFIC DEGREE REQUIREMENTS [TRANSFER]
The Associate in Engineering Science (AES) degree is designed to provide students with the foundation for transferring to a four-year college or university. The transfer plans of study provide recommended coursework that will help prepare a student for continued education in their selected field of study.
In addition to the General Requirements for a degree listed in the current College Catalog, candidates for the Associate in Engineering Science (AES) degree must complete at least 61 credit hours of Transfer Credit (TC) courses with the following requirements, maintaining an overall grade point average of 2.00. See the General Transfer Information page in current Catalog for more information on transferring including information on the Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI). All students must complete the specific degree requirements in effect for the AES degree according to the Catalog of Record listed in their academic records.
(6 credit hours)
B. SOCIAL SCIENCE/ HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS
(12 credit hours)
A minimum of one course must be taken in a Social Science and a minimum of one course must be taken in the Humanities/Fine Arts.
*Either PSY 210 or SOC 218 satisfies IAI requirements (cannot count both)
^INTST 134 can count as either a Humanities/Fine Arts or a Social Science
(16 credit hours)
D. LABORATORY SCIENCES
(14 credit hours)
E. REQUIRED ENGINEERING COURSE
(1 credit hour)
F. ENGINEERING ELECTIVES
(minimum 8 credit hours of any of the following)
G. MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE or ENGINEERING ELECTIVE(S)
Note: Students intending to transfer to Southern Illinois University or Northern Illinois University may benefit from obtaining the Associate in Science (AS) degree. See an Engineering advisor for details.
While a foreign language is not required for graduation at ICC, students are strongly advised to check the requirements of the program at the college or university to which they intend to transfer.
ICC’s courses approved by the Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) are posted on the itransfer website: www.itransfer.org. While a foreign language is not required for graduation at ICC, students are strongly advised to check the requirements of the program at the college or university to which they intend to transfer.