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Web Page Links for the
Associate of Science in Engineering (ASE)

As community colleges develop ASE programs, they will create web pages where information about their ASE programs will be posted, including information about courses used to meet ASE outcomes.  Four-year colleges and universities that have parallel engineering programs will develop web pages that help students who are accepted into their programs understand what will be required of them after transfer with an ASE.  Transfer students should know in advance that additional general education is always required by four-year schools after a student transfers; specific requirements will depend upon the college the student transfers into and upon what general education an individual student has already completed.

Community Colleges:

Howard Community College: http://www.howardcc.edu/academics/academic_divisions/science_and_technology/instructional/ASE.Html

[sites are under construction 2010]

Four-Year Engineering Programs

[sites are under construction 2010]

 

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