Engineering Missions and Outcomes

Engineering Transfer

Mission

The mission of the Engineering Transfer degree program is to serve as a pathway for students who desire to complete an Associates of Science Degree in Engineering or to enter the workforce. The program provides a solid foundation in basic mathematics, science and engineering courses, as well as general education preparation to transfer into a four-year program accredited by the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET).

Outcomes

  1. Complete a course of study that leads to successful transfer to a 4-yr ABET accredited program
  2. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
  3. Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
  4. Communicate effectively
  5. Function on project teams
  6. Design and conduct experiments as well as analyze and interpret data
  7. Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary issues
  8. Recognize and understand the need to engage in life-long learning

Contact Information

D. Matthew Rieger, Ph.D.
Physics and Engineering Department Chair
Physics: (Astronomy, Geology, Oceanography & Physics)
Associate Professor
Tel: 825-2462
Knight Campus: Room 2222
dreiger@ccri.edu

Basile Panoutsopoulos, Ph.D.
Coordinator: Engineering and Technology Programs 
Assistant Professor
Tel: 825-2398
Knight Campus: Room 2210
bpanoutsopoulos@ccri.edu

MAIN OFFICE/WEBSITE


Paula Arruda

Information Services Tech II
Knight CampusRoom 2232
Tel: 401-825-2156
parruda1@ccri.edu

 


Top
Last Updated: 4/11/19