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1 Degree Completion Program in Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Offered in the Antelope Valley

2  Dr. Dhushy Sathianathan (Main Campus) Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Phone: (562)  Dr. Ken Santarelli (AV Campus) Director of Antelope Valley Engineering Program Phone: (661) , ext.  Kenya Johnson(AV Campus) Office Coordinator (661) , ext.  Dr. Jeigh Shelley (AV Campus) Adjunct Professor for Mechanical Engineering Engineer at Air Force Research Laboratory (661) , ext. California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering2 Faculty & Staff

3  Dr. Ahmad Kassai (AV Campus) Adjunct Professor, Electrical Engineering Phone: (661) , ext. 103  Dr. Josh Hamel (Main Campus) ME Coordinator/Advisor for AV (562)  Dr. Mahmoud Wagdy (Main Campus) EE Coordinator/Advisor for AV (562) California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering3 Faculty & Staff (Continued)

4  Mr. Jason Deutschman (Main Campus) Academic Advising  Mr. Mark Smith (CCPE-Main Campus) Program Manager California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering4 Faculty & Staff (Continued)

5  Mr. Jim Smolka (AV Campus) Adjunct Professor, Mechanical Engineering Director of Flight Operations for NASA Dryden Flight Research Center Phone: (661) , ext. 103  Mr. Jose Alvarado (AV Campus) Adjunct Professor, Electrical Engineering Lead Radar Engineer AFFTC Joint Strike Fighter Phone: (661) , ext. 103  Mr. Ali Rezaei (AV Campus) Adjunct Professor, Mechanical Engineering Phone: (661) , ext. 103  Dr. Khosrow Rad (CSULA/AV Campus) Adjunct Professor, Electrical Engineering Phone: (661) , ext. 103  Dr. Bahram Shahian (Main Campus/AV Campus) Professor, Electrical Engineering (661) , ext. California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering5 Faculty & Staff (Continued)

6  Dr. John Hsu (Main Campus/AV Campus) Lecturer, Mechanical Engineering Phone: (661) , ext. 103  Mr. Nabeel Atique (AVC/AV Campus) Adjunct Professor, Mathematics Phone: (661) , ext. 103 California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering6 Faculty & Staff (Continued)

7  Degree Completion Program  BS in Mechanical Engineering  BS in Electrical Engineering  Student Cohort & Time Line  25 seats available in ME & EE (total 50 students per year)  Fall admission only  The cohort will begin and end the program at the same time  Total length of the program is 2.5 years including Summers California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering7

8  Cohort Based  Opportunity to engage in extensive engineering projects over the course of the program  Encourages strong teamwork  Strong Industry Support  Industry partners in the Greater Antelope Valley have partnered with CSULB to ensure a successful program California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering8

9  Long Beach at Antelope Valley  The degree will be identical to courses offered at CSULB  Graduation ceremony will be held on the CSULB campus  Library Access  Student Organizations  Tutoring  CSULB ID Card  Joint Student Projects ▪ Through student professional society chapters ▪ California Launch Vehicle Education Initiative (CALVEIN) California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering9

10 10 We are grateful for the generosity of our partners:  City of Lancaster  AFRL  AFFTC  NAWCWD (China Lake)  Lockheed Martin  Northrop Grumman  TYBRIN  NASA Dryden  AVC  CCCC  CSUB

11  The mechanical engineering curriculum includes  foundation courses in mathematics, physics, chemistry, and design graphics  courses in energy conversion, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, mechanics and strength of materials, metallurgy, design, and computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM)  The laboratories used for this program are furnished with state-of- the-art equipment  Capstone projects will involve industry supported design projects  Internships will be coordinated with industries in the Greater Antelope Valley region. California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering11

12  This degree program prepares graduates for high level engineering positions in  design, development, research, applications, and operation in the fields of communications, control systems, digital signal processing systems, electromagnetics, digital and analog electronic circuits, physical electronics, and power systems  The laboratories used for this program are furnished with state-of-the-art equipment  Capstone projects will involve industry supported design projects  Internships will be coordinated with industries in the Greater Antelope Valley region California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering12

13  Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)  Both EE & ME program have received approval.  Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET)  The program will seek ABET accreditation when the first batch of students graduate in Fall California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering13

14 California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering14  Lancaster University Center Division Street, Lancaster, CA  25,000 square-foot facility  11 class rooms  Dedicated mechanical & electrical laboratories  2 Interactive TeleVideo classrooms linked to CSULB campus  WiFi access for students  Free parking

15 California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering15 Joint Use Facility Agreement with AVC for EE Laboratory Use ~ 5 Miles from LUC

16  Modern lab facilities to support course work. 16

17 California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering 17

18  Applicants meeting all of the following requirements will be ranked on transfer GPA and offered admission based on spaces available.  Have a minimum, overall college GPA of 2.50 or higher in all transferable college course work attempted.  Complete a minimum of 60 transferable semester units by the end of prior Spring term for Fall entrance.  Your rank in the pool will be determined by the quality of applicant pool, and this may vary from year to year California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering18

19  30 units in courses approved to meet CSU General Education (GE) requirements  9 semester units of category A (written and oral communications, and critical thinking-3units in each area)  9 semester units of category C (art-3 units, humanities – 3 units, either arts or humanities – 3 units)  9 semester units of category D (US history-3units, constitution & American ideals-3units, and social sciences – 3 units)  3 semester units of category E (self-integration) California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering19

20  25 units of mathematics and science with a minimum grade of "C"  12 semester units of mathematics (Calculus I, II, III) MATH 122, 123, 224  8 semester units of calculus based physics (Physics I & II) PHYS 151 and 152  5 semester units of general chemistry (CHEM 111A)  9 units of engineering fundamentals with a minimum grade of "C”  3 semester units of computer methods using MATLAB (MAE 205 or equivalent)* ▪ * Offered first semester by the CSULB Degree Completion Program  3 semester units of engineering design graphics using SolidWorks (MAE 172)* ▪ * Offered first semester by the CSULB Degree Completion Program  3 semester units of calculus based statics (CE 205)  27 units in courses approved to meet CSU General Education (GE) requirements California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering20

21  23 units of mathematics and science with a minimum grade of "C"  12 semester units of mathematics (Calculus I, II, III) MATH 122, 123, 224  11 semester units of calculus based physics (Physics I, II,III) PHYS 151, 152, 254  10 units of engineering fundamentals with a minimum grade of "C”  3 semester units of computer methods using MAT Lab (EE 202 or equivalent)* ▪ * Offered first semester by the CSULB Degree Completion Program  3 semester units of computer programming in C++ or C (CECS 100 or equivalent)  4 semester units of calculus based circuits course with lab (EE 211/211L)  30 units in courses approved to meet CSU General Education (GE) requirements California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering21

22  All applicants meeting CSU minimum will be ranked based on GPA and degree to which admission criteria is satisfied.  Highly ranked candidates meeting most of admission criteria may receive conditional admission, with a requirement to complete the missing courses within 6 months. California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering22

23  If you receive conditional admission, you will be given a customized plan and a prescriptive time- line to complete the work.  The course work will have to be taken at a partner community college for additional cost. California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering23 Can I complete lower-level courses To satisfy conditional admission

24  October 1 – Applications Accepted  May 15 – Application Deadline  May/June– Confirm Acceptance  August 6 - Registration & Orientation (Tentative)  August 7 – Faculty Advising by appointment (Tentative)  August 21 – Academic Orientation (Cohort Workshop - Tentative)  August 26 – First Day of Fall Classes California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering24 Application Time Line

25 Applications accepted via Once Registered – select CSU, Long Beach campus Next, select “Special Sessions Degree Program” Choose either Electrical or Mechanical Engineering California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering25 ApplicationsCSUMentor

26  This is a self-support program. The entire program is operated based on tuition income and industry support.  Cost per unit is $495  Cost for 3 unit course is $1,485  Cost for typical semester (FA/SP) with 15 units is $7,425  Cost of typical summer semester with 6 units is $2,970  Total estimate for the 2.5 years with 75 units is $37,125 ** Tuition at CSULB Long Beach campus for 2.5 years with summers would cost $16,845 for a CA resident. ** Housing & meal plan at CSULB Long Beach campus per year is $10,224. This totals $42,405 for 2.5 years. California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering26

27 27  Full-time students qualify to apply for financial aid through CSULB.  Please be aware that due to the special nature of this program, a different tuition structure is charged and participants are not eligible for State University Grant programs.  Visit: California State University Long Beach, College of Engineering

28 28 SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday 9AM 6PM  The classes will be scheduled during the hours of 9-6 P.M three days per week.  This tentative schedule will be confirmed by April 1 st.

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