Nov 26, 2022
The Associate of Science in Engineering Program is offered as part of a response to the long-term shortage of skilled workers in the engineering workforce, and is consistent with the mission of the College. It is designed to meet the needs of BHCC students and to address the workforce demands of Greater Boston. The curriculum is structured to mirror the freshman and sophomore years of a university engineering degree. Accordingly, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Department is developing articulation agreements with area universities to enable BHCC engineering graduates to transfer as juniors upon completing the Associate of Science degree. The curriculum offers three options: a Biomedical Engineering Option, an Electrical Engineering option , and an Engineering Transfer option .
This option brings engineering design and technology into the field of biology and medicine. The option prepares students to transfer to four-year institutions as Biomedical Engineering majors, or for direct employment in entry-level positions.
* Milestone Courses should be taken in the order shown. This will help you stay on track and graduate on time.
- ENR-101 Introduction to Engineering/Lab Credits: 4
- ENG-111 College Writing I Credits: 3
- MAT-281 Calculus I Credits: 4 *
- GenEd -CCC Community & Cultural Contexts Credits: 3
This course meets the General Education requirement for Community & Cultural Contexts (Formerly Area 2 and Area 3)
Choose one course from Community and Cultural Contexts Menu
- GenEd -E General Education Elective Credits: 3
This course meets the General Education requirement for General Education Elective.
Choose a course from the General Education Scientific Reasoning, Community/Cultural Contexts, Creative Work or Elective Menus.
Total Credits: 17
Semester 1 Advising Note
- General Education Requirements Quantitative Problem Solving and Scientific Reasoning satisfied by program
- This map assumes a student enters the program ready to enroll in MAT-281 .
Total Credits: 18
Semester 2 Advising Note
- A student should plan to complete CHM-201 during the Spring semester or the Summer Bridge Session.
- Meet with an advisor to begin career planning activities.
- Begin exploring transfer options: attend a transfer workshop and the College transfer fair.
Total Credits: 16
Semester 3 Advising Note
- Biomedical Engineering I/Lab is currently only offered during the Fall Semester.
- Continue preparations for transfer: write essays for transfer institution, collect letters of recommendation, apply for transfer.
- Complete a pre-graduation check with an advisor in LifeMap
Total Credits: 18
Semester 4 Advising Note
- BME-250: Depending on the student’s intended transfer program/school, Biomedical Engineering III may be substituted with another course. The substitution may also allow for Biomedical Engineering II and Biomedical Engineering III to be completed in the same semester. Biomedical Engineering II is currently offered during only the Spring semester
- Apply for graduation.
Upon Completion of This Concentration Graduates Will Be Able To:
- Design and conduct experiments.
- Analyze and interpret data.
- Apply computational tools and scientific concepts to biomedical engineering problems.
- Design systems, components, or processes for solving biomedical engineering problems.
- Function as part of a biomedical engineering team.
- Articulate the professional and ethical responsibilities required of engineers.
Graduates with an associate of science degree will be qualified for direct employment in entry-level research/lab assistant, design and manufacturing positions available in private industries, academic research institutions, and hospitals locally and nationwide.
- University of Massachusetts Amherst
- University of Massachusetts Lowell