What is an AS-T MRP?
The AS-T degree requires a minimum of 90 quarter credits in courses numbered 100 or above and a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher. Each individual course must have a minimum grade of 1.0. Students granted the degree are normally awarded junior status. The AS-T Major Related Program (MRP) prepares students for entrance into certain majors at those schools. The MRP requires specific courses, and will be shown on your transcript as a different type of degree than the general AS-T.
Where can I go for help?
Instructional Faculty Advisors
Alison Armstrong 206-546-4698 firstname.lastname@example.org Rm 2810
Eric Basham 206-546-4625 email@example.com Rm 2809
Lauren Sandven 206-546-6795 firstname.lastname@example.org Rm 2811
Nirmala Savage 206-533-6610 email@example.com Rm 2819
Rosalie Tepper 206-533-6627 firstname.lastname@example.org Rm 2204
Tiffany Meier 206-546-6953 email@example.com Rm 5233
For course information and entry codes, contact:
firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
General Academic Advising
FOSS (5000) Building, Rm. 5229
International Student Academic Advising
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Where can I transfer?
The AS-T Track 2 MRP Aeronautical, Civil, Industrial, Manufacturing, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Plastics and Composites makes it possible for students to transfer to a number of public and private colleges and universities with junior standing. Below are Washington state institutions that recognize this MRP.
Central Washington University - Ellensburg (MET)
Eastern Washington University - Cheney (ME, MET)
University of Washington - Seattle (AE, CE, IE, MSE, ME )
University of Washington - Bothell (ME)
Washington State University - Pullman (CE, ME, MSE)
Washington State University -Vancouver (ME)
Washington State University - Tri-Cities (CE, ME)
Washington State University - Everett (ME)
Washington State University - Olympic College (ME)
Western Washington University - Bellingham (ManE, IT, PCE)
Gonzaga University (CE, ME)
Saint Martin’s University (CE, ME)
Seattle Pacific University (ME)
Seattle University (CE, ME)
Walla Walla University (CE, ME)
* Note: Engineering majors offered at Washington state universities are designated as follows: Aeronautical (AE), Civil (CE), Industrial (IE), Manufacturing (ManE), Industrial Technology (IT), Materials Science (MSE), Mechanical (ME), Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET), Plastics and Composites (PCE)
What do I need to take?
Below are the requirements for the AS-T Track 2 and the Major Related Program (MRP) in Aeronautical, Civil, Industrial, Manufacturing, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Plastics and Composites.
General Education - 18-20 Credits
Courses used in General Education (Gen Ed) Core may not be used for distribution.
Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning (5 Credits)
Humanities (5 Credits)
Choose one course from the Humanities course list.
Pre-Major Program - 79-84.5 Credits
What does your chosen four-year school require?
Before choosing classes, become familiar with the four-year program where you want to apply: visit the website, email the department, and/or speak with a Shoreline advisor. Below are examples from Washington schools with different admissions and graduation requirements. Check with the school for world language requirements. (Non-native speakers of English are often exempt from this requirement.)
Degrees: B.S. in Civil Engineering or Civil Engineering with Environmental Specialty; B.S. in Mechanical Engineering
University of Washington - Seattle, Bothell
Degree: B.S. in Aeronautical, Civil, Industrial, Materials Science and Mechanical Engineering
Washington State University
Degrees: Pullman Campus - B.S. in Civil, Materials Science and Mechanical Eng.; Tri-Cities Campus - B.S.in CE and ME; Vancouver Campus - B.S. in ME; Olympic College and Everett Community College Campuses - B.S. in ME
Aeronautical, Civil, Industrial, Manufacturing, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering, Plastics, and Composites-What is it?
Engineers design, test, analyze and inspect new products and systems. The types of products vary by industry and engineering specialty. For example, Aeronautical Engineers design aircraft, satellites, and spacecraft, while Civil Engineers design roads, bridges, and tunnels; Mechanical Engineers design mechanical parts and systems; Industrial Engineers oversee production to effectively manage people and equipment; and Materials Science Engineers work with metals, ceramics, plastics and semi-conductors to develop new materials.
Areas of Study in Engineering: Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, Thermodynamics, Mechanics of Materials, Statics, Dynamics, Project Design, Computer Aided Design, Electronic Circuits, Manufacturing Processes, Project Management, Product Safety, Quality Control and Professional Ethics.
What can I do with a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering?
In addition to technical, scientific and problem solving skills, engineers rely heavily on teamwork and strong communication skills to manage projects effectively. These skills apply to a wide range of careers in areas such as research and development, project design, project management, teaching, sales and consulting.
Potential employers include: Engineering firms, aerospace and manufacturing firms, navigation firms, government agencies, colleges and universities and consulting firms. For more, please visit career information and resources at http://www.shoreline.edu/counseling-center/career-counseling.aspx.
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