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Students attend classes in the mornings at their high school and attend Cochise College in the afternoons. Juniors complete 24 college credits and seniors complete 19-20 college credits for a total of 43-44 credits as indicated below. After graduating from high school, students can continue at Cochise College, earning 16-17 additional credits to receive an associate of science degree in engineering. At that point, students will be well prepared for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math programs at any of Arizona’s state universities.
Some classes require minimum scores on placement exams or prerequisite classes. Complete course descriptions are available in the Cochise College catalog.
|Dept||No.||Junior Year – Fall Semester||Credits|
|CPD||150||Academic Excellence Seminar||3|
|PHY||111||General Physics I (Algebra-based physics)||4|
|Dept||No.||Junior Year – Spring Semester||Credits|
|PHY||112||General Physics II (Algebra-based physics)||4|
|EGR||102||Principles of Engineering||3|
|Dept||No.||Senior Year – Fall Semester||Credits|
|PHY||230||Physics with Calculus I||4|
|EGR||122||Programming for Engineering and Science||4|
|Dept||No.||Senior Year – Spring Semester||Credits|
|PHY||231||Physics with Calculus II||4|
|Math or Science Elective||3-4|
Cochise College provides accessible educational opportunities that are responsive to a diverse population and lead to constructive citizenship, meaningful careers and lifelong learning.
Spring & Fall
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Monday-Thursday, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m.
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