2/2 Pre-Engineering Program

68 units

In the 2/2 Pre-Engineering program, a student completes a list of prescribed courses at Azusa Pacific University, then transfers to a school offering the engineering specialization of his/her choice to take the remaining coursework required for graduation from that institution.

Under normal circumstances, students complete the APU requirements in two years and the additional requirements in two more years, hence the designation 2/2 Program. Students are encouraged to investigate the specific requirements of programs to which they expect to transfer well in advance of their expected transfer date to ensure that they will meet the program’s admission requirements. For example, some University of California and California State University engineering programs require transfer students to have completed two courses in English composition and two semesters of chemistry.

Requirements

WRIT 110Writing 1: The Art and Craft of Writing 13
CHEM 151General Chemistry I 24
COMM 111Public Communication 33
CS 220Introduction to Computer Science I4
GE 100First-Year Seminar 13
MATH 161Calculus I5
MATH 162Calculus II4
MATH 263Multivariable Calculus4
MATH 270Ordinary Differential Equations4
MATH 290Linear Algebra3
PE 1XXFitness for Life (or varsity sport) 41
PE 240Health Education2
ENGR 101Introduction to Engineering2
PHYC 161Physics for Science and Engineering I 25
PHYC 162Physics for Science and Engineering II5
ENGR 281Statics3
ENGR 282Dynamics3
ENGR 283Electric Circuits4
POLI 150American Government 53
Select one of the following:3
Introduction to Biblical Literature: Exodus/Deuteronomy 6
Luke/Acts 6
Total Units68
1

Meets the General Education Intellectual and Practical Skills requirement.

2

Meets the General Education Natural Sciences requirement.

3

Meets the General Education Oral Communication requirement.

4

Meets the General Education Physical Education requirement.

5

Meets the General Education Civic Knowledge and Engagement requirement.

6

Meets the General Education Biblical, Theological, and Philosophical Formation requirement.