Science, Track II: Physics, Atmospheric Sciences and Engineering, AS-T

This degree prepares students for transfer to a four year program in electrical and computer engineering. This track is not intended for student planning to complete their degree in computer science; those students should typically select the Associate in Arts and Science Direct Transfer Agreement. For this track, students study mathematical and scientific principles and gain laboratory experience. Other coursework covers communication and critical thinking skills. Students who earn this degree can transfer to any public university in Washington State, and many independent colleges, as a junior.

Course Maps

A course map is a quick guide to help students figure out which courses to take each quarter. Course maps were written by BC faculty, who have used their expertise to recommend specific courses students can take to achieve their academic or career goals. Students should meet with an advisor to learn more.

Courses & Requirements

The course catalog is a great place to find detailed information on this program.

Sample Courses

  • General Engineering Physics
  • Vector Calculus
  • Differential Equations
  • Introduction to Statistics

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