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Maps, Directions & Parking
Find Your Way to Cañada College and Around Campus

Class Schedule
A Complete List of Classes

 

Overview

Cañada College has a fully accredited Engineering transfer program. This lower-division program consists of the same courses offered at any four-year college or university at a substantially lower cost, taught by a faculty with considerable industrial experience. Virtually all our Engineering students have subsequently obtained their degrees at a four-year college or university and have entered the Engineering profession. The College has articulation agreements with engineering departments of UC, CSU and independent colleges and universities.

TYPICAL PROGRAMS FOR ENGINEERING STUDENTS AT CANADA COLLEGE

I. HIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS PREPARATION: 4 YEARS

SUBJECT FALL SPRING FALL SPRING
ENGR 210 100 230,270 260,261
MATH 251 252 253,270 275
PHYSICS 210* 250 260 270
CHEMISTRY 210** 220**    
COMPUTER 118*** 250/Engr215    

II. HIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS PREPARATION: 3 YEARS

SUBJECT FALL SPRING FALL SPRING
ENGR 210 100 230,270 260,261
MATH 219 251 252 253,275
PHYSICS 210* 220* 250 270
CHEMISTRY   210****    
COMPUTER 118*** 250/Engr215    

III. HIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS PREPARATION: 2 YEARS

SUBJECT FALL SPRING FALL SPRING FALL SPRING
ENGR 210 ***** 100 215 230,270 260,261
MATH 120 130 219 251 252 253,275
PHYSICS     210* 220* 250 270
CHEM 192 210****        
COM     118*** 250    

* Recommended for those with no high school physics

** Either 210, 220 or 224, 225 may be taken

*** CIS 118 and CIS 250 for Computer Science CIS 118 and CIS 250, or Engr 215 for Engineering Students. (See catalog of four-year college of your choice.

**** CHEM 220 recommended for summer school

***** ARCH 110 recommended

Program Learning Outcomes:

Students completing this program will be able to:

  • Apply knowledge of math, science, and engineering or computer science to identify, formulate, and solve engineering/computer science problems.
  • Communicate effectively and work well in situations that require teamwork.
  • Design and perform tests or experiments, analyze and interpret data, and prepare a report summarizing the results of the tests or experiments.
  • Develop a design or system given a set of requirements and specifications.
  • Formulate a plan of study to obtain a Bachelor’s degree in engineering or computer science.
  • Use techniques, skills, and modern engineering and computer tools necessary for engineering or computer science practice

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