A.S. Engineering Physics

OVERVIEW OF THE A.S. ENGINEERING PHYSICS PROGRAMME

This is a two-year programme which exposes students to a range of subject areas in Engineering, Physics and Mathematics. The programme allows the student to decide how much exposure he or she wants to a given subject area by the careful selection of four major courses; two of these from

Fortran for Engineers and Scientist (now replaced by Technical C++ Programming),
Engineering Statics
Engineering Network Analysis I, or
College Physics III,

and the other two from

Engineering Dynamics,
Engineering Network Analysis II,
College Physics IV, or
Differential Equations.

Furthermore, there are three free electives which also allow Engineering Physics students to choose three of the remaining four courses from the above lists, or indeed any other three courses in any subject area offered at COB.

CURRICULUM FOR THE A.S. ENGINEERING PHYSICS PROGRAMME

Please click on "CURRICULUM" in the title above if you want a detailed listing of the courses in this programme.

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE A.S. ENGINEERING PHYSICS PROGRAMME

The entrance requirements are identical to The College's (COB’s) minimum general entrance requirements, as described here.  However, prospective high school students are encouraged to include subjects in their portfolio at high school that are appropriate for direct entry into first-year college-level courses in Science & Technology – namely, English, Mathematics, Physics and Computer Technology. Chemistry and/or Graphical Communication should also be included if the student plans to include College Chemistry and/or Engineering Graphics as free  electives. Success in these subjects at BGCSE will obviate the need to make up deficiencies in Pre-Tech or College Prep at the COB and ensure timely graduation.