Engineering

Modern bridge.  Copyright free image from Pixabay.com.
Focus on transfer:
Engineering is consistently ranked as one of the most valuable college degrees in terms of earning potential.  Shasta College provides a full range of classes that prepare you to transfer to a four-year university.  Courses are typically offered over two years in the following pattern (all classes enrollment dependent):

Spring 2014, 2015, etc.

ENGR 1B

Plane Surveying

3 units

ENGR 17

Circuits and Devices

4 units

ENGR 22

Engineering Graphics (2 sections)

2 units

ENGR 24

Descriptive Geometry (in odd springs only)

2 units

ENGR 29

Computer-Aided Drafting

2 units

ENGR 45

Properties of Materials

3 units

 

Fall 2014, 2015, etc.

ENGR 1A

Measurements and Plane Surveying

3 units

ENGR 2

Career Planning for Eng. & Eng. Tech.

1 unit

ENGR 22

Engineering Graphics (2 sections)

2 units

ENGR 29

Computer-Aided Drafting

2 units

ENGR 35

Statics

3 units

Phase out of 2-year degrees:

 
While Shasta College remains committed to providing courses that will help you transfer to a four-year university, we are phasing out four 2-year degrees:
  • A.S.:  60-unit Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)
  • Certificate:  41-unit Computer Aided Drafting (CAD)
  • A.S.:  60-unit Engineering Technology
  • Certificate:  41-unit Engineering Technology
Please note the following courses will be phased out in 2013-14:

Fall 2013

 

 

 

 

 

ENGR 21

Architectural Drawing

 

3 units

ENGR 37

Statics for Eng, Tech & Const Mngmt

3 units

ENGR 32

Advanced Civil Design Applications

3 units

 

Spring 2014

 

 

 

 

ENGR 31

Architectural Detailing

 

2 units

ENGR 38

Strength of Materials for Eng. & Eng. Tech.

3 units

Students who wish to complete their 2-year degrees should try to take these courses as they likely will not be offered again.