Overview

The Engineering Science program at GBCC is intended for those who have a strong passion for problem-solving, creativity, and the betterment of society.  Our department focuses on the mathematical and physical sciences that our world depends on daily.  Students who enroll in the program will have the opportunity to build their engineering background to further pursue a bachelor degree in a specialized field.

Why Great Bay?

We have an 11 to 1 student to faculty ratio which provides students a robust opportunity for greater campus involvement and success.  With an excellent proximity to neighboring industries at the Pease Tradeport, the University of New Hampshire, and the Naval Shipyard, Great Bay Community College’s students have the flexibility to enhance their education to suit their professional goals.

Career Options 

Engineering graduates have the option to work in industry, the government, and academia.

Related Degrees  

Degree Program – First Year, Fall Semester Year 

Course IDCourseTheoryLabCredits
FYE114GFirst Year Seminar: Engineering101
CHEM115GGeneral Chemistry I334
MATH210GPre-Calculus404
ENGL110GCollege Composition I404
Sequence A
ACM120GBlueprint Reading122
Sequence B
CIS112GIntroduction to Object-Oriented Programming223
Sequence C
DATA210GElements of Data Science303
Total Credits15-16

Degree Program – First Year, Spring Semester

Course IDCourseTheoryLabCredits
ENGLXXXGEnglish Elective303
 Social Science Elective303
MATH230GCalculus I404
CHEM116GGeneral Chemistry II334
Sequence A
 Foreign Language/Humanities/Fine Arts Elective303
Sequence B
 Foreign Language/Humanities/Fine Arts Elective303
Sequence C
DATA220G Data Analysis with R303
Total Credits17

Degree Program – Second Year, Fall Semester

Course IDCourseTheoryLabCredits
MATH250GCalculus II404
PHYS290GUniversity Physics I334
 Liberal Arts Elective303
Sequence A
 4-Credit Liberal Arts Elective404
Sequence B
MATHXXXG Math Elective404
Sequence C
ARTS125G Visual Language303
Total Semester Credits14-15

Degree Program – Second Year, Spring Semester

Course IDCourseTheoryLabCredits

MATH235G

(or higher)

Math Elective404
PHYS295GUniversity Physics II334
Sequence A
ACM215GApplied Composites244
ACM253GBonding & Finishing Operator042
MATH265GHigh Performance Composites Fabrication042
Sequence B
CIS177GIntroduction to Python223
 4-Credit Liberal Arts Elective404
Sequence C
CIS177GIntroduction to Python223
 4-Credit Liberal Arts Elective404
DATA225GAnalytics Capstone202
Total Credits15-17

Total Degree Credits: 61-65

*Major Elective Sequences (choose one)

 

Guide to Major Elective Sequences:

Sequence A – Advanced Composites Option: ACM120G, ACM215G, ACM253G, and ACM257G.

Sequence B – Applied Math/Programming Option: MATH170G or MATH215G, CIS177G, and CIS112G or CIS148G.

Sequence C – Practical Data Science Certificate Option: DATA215G, CIS177G, DATA220G, and DATA225G (along with MATH235 and ARTS125 electives).

Sequence D – Students may transfer the following from other CCSNH colleges: Computer Aided Design (CAD), Engineering Statistics, and Engineering Dynamics or Strength of Materials.

*If MATH150G/MATH152G is needed, it is strongly recommended that students complete this course prior to beginning the Engineering Science program in order to stay on track.

Please Note: The Engineering Science degree is a rigorous program. Students are expected to spend additional time beyond the minimum to complete the requirements and achieve success. Students are also expected to have college-level reading, writing, and math skills as soon as possible after declaring this major.

Program Outcomes

  • Students will access, generate, process, and transfer information using appropriate technologies.
  • Students will understand mathematics and become mathematically confident by communicating and reasoning mathematically, by applying mathematics in real-world settings, and by solving problems through the integrated study of number systems, geometry, algebra, and trigonometry.
  • Students will understand and apply scientific concepts, principles, and theories pertaining to the physical world and recognize the historical development of ideas in science.
  • Students will apply technological knowledge and skills to design, construct, use, and evaluate products and systems.
  • Students will understand the relationships and common themes that connect mathematics, science, and technology and apply the themes to other areas.
  • Students will apply the knowledge and skills of mathematics, science, and technology to real-life problems and make informed decisions.
  • After completing the program, students will be prepared to begin using mathematical analysis and scientific inquiry, as appropriate, to pose questions, seek answers, and develop solutions. Students generally move onto 4-year institutions to complete their Baccalaureate in a specified engineering field.

66-68 Credits Required

Questions?

Contact an Admissions Representative at (603) 427-7600 ex 7500 or gbadmissions@ccsnh.edu