Division 5 {V }Mathematics, Science, and Engineering

Engineering Technology, Architectural and Structural Technology

  1. Identify, critically analyze, and ethically evaluate problems from a variety of perspectives, interpret data, and research and develop solutions.
  2. Utilize the English language to communicate and interact effectively, in both written and oral formats, to a variety of individuals and diverse groups of human beings.
  3. Exhibit an understanding of mathematics-based logical arguments and quantitative reasoning and utilize this understanding to validate relationships and processes.
  4. Interpret scientific principles and apply the methodology of scientific inquiry to analyze problems.
  5. Demonstrate knowledge of computer hardware, software and operating systems and effectively utilize the Internet and discipline related software packages.
  6. Apply computer-aided design, structural, surveying and geotechnical principles to analyze and design simple structures.

Engineering Technology, Automation Technology

  1. Utilize common professional office software programs to effectively present, analyze and communicate Engineering projects and ideas.
  2. Effectively create and read professional engineering drawings & sketches in both 2-D and 3-D of simple & complex models and assemblies per ASME & ANSI Standards.
  3. Safely and accurately operate several manual and automated machine tools. Create and perform setup procedures.
  4. Select tooling based on material requirements and drawing specifications.
  5. Perform systematic trouble shooting and diagnostic skills in defining and solving automation problems.
  6. Implement programming principles to create machining codes using standard G&M codes and create automation programming ladders utilizing Allen Bradley Formats.

Engineering Technology, Biomanufacturing Technology

  1. Utilize common professional office software programs to effectively present, analyze and communicate Engineering projects and ideas.
  2. Students will employ computers and automated equipment while working in a laboratory environment in biomanufacturing, bioprocessing or pharmaceutical manufacturing
  3. Students will analyze technical problems and assess possible solutions based on theories and applications in the fields of biology, chemistry and engineering.
  4. Students will demonstrate lab skills for entry-level biotech positions, including setting up sample analysis, maintaining automated instruments, and preparing materials for research scientists.
  5. Graduates will apply skills as biotechnician in gene manipulation, biotechnological applications in medicine, forensics, and industry, bioethics, and biological risk assessment.
  6. Students will use methods of identification, sources and modes of infection, inhibition and control of growth and principles of sanitation.
  7. Students will prepare measurements and dimensional analysis of chemical substances per formulas, chemical equations and apply stoichiometry, thermochemistry principles.

Engineering Technology, Civil Technology

  1. Identify, critically analyze, and ethically evaluate problems from a variety of perspectives, interpret data, and research and develop solutions.
  2. Utilize the English language to communicate and interact effectively, in both written and oral formats, to a variety of individuals and diverse groups of human beings.
  3. Exhibit an understanding of mathematics-based logical arguments and quantitative reasoning and utilize this understanding to validate relationships and processes.
  4. Interpret scientific principles and apply the methodology of scientific inquiry to analyze problems.
  5. Demonstrate knowledge of computer hardware, software and operating systems and effectively utilize the Internet and discipline related software packages.
  6. Apply computer-aided design, construction, structural, surveying and geotechnical principles to analyze and design civil engineering projects.

Engineering Technology, Electro-Mechanical Technology

  1. Identify, critically analyze, and ethically evaluate problems from a variety of perspectives, interpret data, and research and develop solutions.
  2. Utilize the English language to communicate and interact effectively, in both written and oral formats, to a variety of individuals and diverse groups of human beings.
  3. Exhibit an understanding of mathematics-based logical arguments and quantitative reasoning and utilize this understanding to validate relationships and processes.
  4. Interpret scientific principles and apply the methodology of scientific inquiry to analyze problems.
  5. Demonstrate knowledge of computer hardware, software and operating systems and effectively utilize the Internet and discipline related software packages.

Engineering Technology, Electronics Technology

  1. Identify, critically analyze, and ethically evaluate problems from a variety of perspectives, interpret data, and research and develop solutions.
  2. Utilize the English language to communicate and interact effectively, in both written and oral formats, to a variety of individuals and diverse groups of human beings.
  3. Exhibit an understanding of mathematics-based logical arguments and quantitative reasoning and utilize this understanding to validate relationships and processes.
  4. Interpret scientific principles and apply the methodology of scientific inquiry to analyze problems.
  5. Demonstrate knowledge of computer hardware, software and operating systems and effectively utilize the Internet and discipline related software packages.
  6. Apply circuit principles, simulation software such as Multisim, and test equipments to measure, trouble shoot, analyze and design simple electrical circuits.

Engineering Technology, Environmental Technology

  1. Apply principles of mathematics, biology, chemistry, sampling, Geographic Information Systems, and hazardous materials to the operation of environmental facilities and the analysis of environmental problems.
  2. Demonstrate knowledge of computer hardware, software and operating systems and effectively utilize the Internet and discipline related software packages.
  3. Interpret scientific principles and apply the methodology of scientific inquiry to analyze problems.
  4. Exhibit an understanding of mathematics-based logical arguments and quantitative reasoning and utilize this understanding to validate relationships and processes.
  5. Utilize the English language to communicate and interact effectively, in both written and oral formats, to a variety of individuals and diverse groups of human beings.
  6. Identify, critically analyze, and ethically evaluate problems from a variety of perspectives, interpret data, and research and develop solutions.

Engineering Technology, Marine Technology

  1. Identify, critically analyze, and ethically evaluate problems from a variety of perspectives, interpret data, and research and develop solutions.
  2. Utilize the English language to communicate and interact effectively, in both written and oral formats, to a variety of individuals and diverse groups of human beings.
  3. Exhibit and understanding of mathematics-based logical arguments and quantitative reasoning and utilize this understanding to validate relationships and processes.
  4. Interpret scientific principles and apply the methodology of scientific inquiry to analyze problems.
  5. Demonstrate knowledge of computer hardware, software, and operating systems and effectively utilize the Internet and discipline related software packages.
  6. Apply the principles of marine electronics, engine repair, materials science, marine systems, marine safety, and /or statistics, marine biology, fisheries technologies to the maintenance and management of pleasure and commercial vessels and facilities and/or to the monitoring of Atlantic fish stock.

Engineering Technology, Mechanical Technology

  1. Identify, critically analyze, and ethically evaluate problems from a variety of perspectives, interpret data, and research and develop solutions.
  2. Utilize the English language to communicate and interact effectively, in both written and oral formats, to a variety of individuals and diverse groups of human beings.
  3. Exhibit an understanding of mathematics-based logical arguments and quantitative reasoning and utilize this understanding to validate relationships and processes.
  4. Interpret scientific principles and apply the methodology of scientific inquiry to analyze problems.
  5. Demonstrate knowledge of computer hardware, software and operating systems and effectively utilize the Internet and discipline related software packages.
  6. Apply computer-aided design, materials science, electrical, fluidic and mechanics principles to analyze, design, build and troubleshoot mechanisms and machines.

Engineering Transfer, Engineering Science

  1. Identify, critically analyze, and ethically evaluate problems from a variety of perspectives, interpret data, and research and develop solutions.
  2. Utilize the English language to communicate and interact effectively, in both written and oral formats, to a variety of individuals and diverse groups of human beings.
  3. Exhibit an understanding of calculus-based logical arguments and quantitative applications to verify the validity of a variety of relationships and processes.
  4. Interpret scientific principles, particularly in chemistry and physics, and apply the methodology of scientific inquiry to analyze problems.
  5. Demonstrate knowledge of computer hardware, software and operating systems and effectively utilize the Internet and discipline related software packages.
  6. The following goals are specific to the main areas of concentration within the Transfer Program:
  7. Civil Engineering Transfer students should demonstrate a thorough understanding of civil drafting and design principles and basic electrical theories, and should be able to apply surveying principles and effectively utilize surveying equipment in a variety of applications.
  8. Electrical and Computer Engineering Transfer students should demonstrate a thorough understanding of electrical circuits and computer programming fundamentals, and should be able to utilize electrical engineering principles to design, build, and troubleshoot electrical equipment.
  9. Mechanical Engineering Transfer students should demonstrate a thorough understanding of advanced computer-aided design principles, and engineering material science fundamentals, and should be able to utilize electrical engineering principles to design, build, and troubleshoot electrical/electronic equipment.

Fire Science Technology

  1. Describe the history and principles of the fire service.
  2. Provide an in-depth analysis of the principles of firefighting through the utilization of personnel, equipment, and extinguishing agents on the fire ground.
  3. Demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of building construction practices, fire prevention codes and ordinances, fire ground water supply, and the incident command system.
  4. Apply the principles of supervision and management necessary for leadership and administration in the fire service.
  5. Demonstrate the ability to formulate pre-fire plans.
  6. Identify and describe the different automatic fire alarm and extinguishing systems.

General Studies, Technical Studies

  1. Create accurate written communications applying correct sentence structure, grammar, word usage, spelling, and punctuation.
  2. Communicate clearly and effectively utilizing written and verbal communication techniques.
  3. Identify, understand, and engage in mathematics as well as make well-founded mathematical judgments as a constructive, concerned, reflective citizen.
  4. Use historical factual information to understand the current world, and develop an ability to consider issues from a global perspective.
  5. Understand how individuals interact among groups; and develop an understanding of the beliefs, values, traditions, and practices of people from other cultures.
  6. Analyze critically science-based issues in contemporary society.

Liberal Arts & Sciences, Biotechnology/Biomedical

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Liberal Arts & Sciences, Environmental Science

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the levels of evidence behind scientific hypotheses, theories and principles.
  2. Demonstrate proper usage of scientific methods for analyzing and interpreting data obtained from satellite images, archived data sets and/or in class lab experiments.
  3. Analyze topics of interest in Environmental Science by designing and carrying out literature searches using tools introduced in BCC Science Courses.
  4. Utilize appropriate mathematical skills to analyze data sets in the Sciences and in related areas of study.
  5. Demonstrate an appropriate understanding of physical science phenomena and as they are applied to the field of Environmental Science.
  6. Display proper usage of English composition and grammar as applied to writing assignments appropriate to the field.
  7. Demonstrate the use of technical, computer-based and laboratory skills to describe and analyze scientific data.
  8. Demonstrate an understanding of the multicultural nature of the study of scientific phenomena in a global community in which scientists of many nationalities and backgrounds must interact in meaningful ways in order to interpret and analyze scientific data and reports.
  9. Properly interpret the role of science in a historical perspective, as well as a tool for improving the technological future of mankind.
  10. Demonstrate the ability to present and defend scientific data and theories orally or in written form to peers in the scientific community.

Liberal Arts & Sciences, Math and Science Option

  1. Transfer to a wide variety of public and private baccalaureate programs with junior status.
  2. Identify and pursue their interests in mathematics or a natural or physical science major.
  3. Understand the basic content and methodology of science, social sciences, mathematics, humanities and the arts.
  4. Acquire skills to be productive and lifelong learners, including abilities in oral and written communication, information literacy, critical and creative thinking, and technical competency.
  5. Develop qualities of an ethical individual and responsible citizen, including a sensitivity to and respect for cultural diversity.
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