Applied Science A.A.S. - General Engineering Concentration (UTC Transfer)

Applied Science A.A.S. - General Engineering Concentration (UTC Transfer)

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Complete your first two years of engineering while earning an associate’s degree. The AAS Applied Science, General Engineering concentration is a unique collaboration between Chattanooga State and the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga as it allows students to complete the first two years of their engineering curriculum then transfer as a junior to UTC in pursuit of a discipline-specific engineering degree. Both day and evening courses are available.

Transfer to UTC in pursuit of a Bachelor of Science degree in an engineering program of your choice such as:

  • Chemical
  • Civil
  • Electrical
  • Mechanical

Enrollment/Graduation Data

  • Graduates spring 2017: 20
  • Enrollment Fall 2016: 264

Advisory Board Members

Advisory Committee Member

Organization

Title

Dr. Neslihan Alp, P.E.

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

  • Associate Dean, Dept. Head
  • UC Foundation Professor
  • Director of Graduate Programs

Dr. Gary McDonald, P.E.

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

  • UC Foundation Associate Professor
  • Department Head, Mechanical Engineering
  • Director of Freshman Engineering and Transfer

Dr. Ahmed Eltom, P.E.

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

  • Department Head, Electrical Engineering
  • Professor

Dr. Stephen Craven

Tennessee Valley Authority

  • Electrical Engineer

Mr. Mack McCarley, P.E.

PDM Engineering Associates

  • President

Beth Ruta

Chattanooga State Community College

  • Department Head, Engineering Technology and Applied Science
  • Professor

Jacqueline H. Smith, P.E.

Chattanooga State Community College

  • Associate Professor
  • Lead for Applied Science (General Engineering)

Paul Morley

Chattanooga State Community College

  • Assistant Professor
 

What is a TTP?

Tennessee Transfer Pathways are advising tools designed to help community college students plan for transferring to a Tennessee public university to complete their baccalaureate degree. The Tennessee Transfer Pathways also constitute an agreement between community colleges and universities confirming that community college courses meet major preparation requirements. A student who completes all the courses listed on a particular Transfer Pathway will earn an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree at Chattanooga State. When the student transfers to a Tennessee public university, the transcript will certify that the pathway has been followed. The student is guaranteed that all the community college courses taken will be accepted at the university and the courses will count toward completion of the particular major. If a community college student transfers to another Tennessee community college, he or she is guaranteed that all courses transfer.

Visit the Tennessee Transfer Pathways website to view the  for this program.