Computer Science

A.S.T. Computer Engineering

The A.S.T. degree is a newer degree for community colleges in Washington State as of Fall 2000. Consult the AST Degree Worksheet for up-to-date information regarding requirements.

The A.S.T. degree is a means of completing the first two years of a four-year degree in specific math/science intensive programs. This degree requires 90 quarter-credits of course work, some of which must satisfy general Liberal Arts requirements (including a "W" course). Other general university requirements will need to be met at the transfer institution.

Transfer requirements vary for Computer Engineering. Students should consult with an academic advisor at Spokane Falls and the appropriate department at the transfer university for actual requirements. The typical student schedules listed below are suggested for the Washington State University/ University of Idaho/ Gonzaga University Computer Engineering Consortium program.

Typical Student Schedule: Computer Engineering

In Two Years:

Fall Winter Spring Summer Credits
Math 124
Chem 141
CS 201
Math 125
Chem 142
CS 203, 211
Math 126
Social Sci or Humanities
CS 253
Math 225
Eng 101
68
Fall Winter Spring Summer Credits
Phys 201
Engr 190
Math 220
Phys 202
Engr 191
Math 224
Phys 203
Engr 210
Math 274
Social Sci or Humanities
Social Sci or Humanities
65
Total: 113

In Three Years:
(Classes in Italics are currently available at night)

Fall Winter Spring Summer Credits
Math 124
Eng 101
Math 125
CS 201
Math 126
CS 203
, 211
Math 220
Social Sci or Humanities
40
Fall Winter Spring Summer Credits
Phys 201
CS 253
Phys 202
Math 224
Phys 203
Social Sci or Humanities
Math 225
Social Sci or Humanities
43
Fall Winter Spring Credits
Engr 190
Chem 141
Engr 191
Chem 142
Engr 210
Math 274
30
Total: 113