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Degree Completion Program in
Mechanical & Electrical Engineering
Offered in the Antelope Valley
Faculty & Staff
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Dr. Dhushy Sathianathan (Main Campus)
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Email: [email protected] Phone: (562) 985-8032
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Dr. Ken Santarelli (AV Campus)
Director of Antelope Valley Engineering Program
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (661) 723-6429, ext. 104
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Kenya Johnson(AV Campus)
Office Coordinator
Email: [email protected]
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Phone: (661) 723-6429, ext. 103
Dr. Jeigh Shelley (AV Campus)
Adjunct Professor for Mechanical Engineering
Engineer at Air Force Research Laboratory
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (661) 723-6429, ext. 121
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Faculty & Staff (Continued)
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Dr. Ahmad Kassai (AV Campus)
Adjunct Professor, Electrical Engineering
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (661) 723-6429, ext. 103
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Dr. Josh Hamel (Main Campus)
ME Coordinator/Advisor for AV
Email: [email protected]
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Phone: (562) 985-7509
Dr. Mahmoud Wagdy (Main Campus)
EE Coordinator/Advisor for AV
Email: [email protected] Phone: (562) 985-5110
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Faculty & Staff (Continued)
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Mr. Jason Deutschman (Main Campus)
Academic Advising
Email: [email protected] Phone: (562)985-1800
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Mr. Mark Smith (CCPE-Main Campus)
Program Manager
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (562)985-8452
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Faculty & Staff (Continued)
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Mr. Jim Smolka (AV Campus)
Adjunct Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Director of Flight Operations for NASA
Dryden Flight Research Center
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (661) 723-6429, ext. 103
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Adjunct Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (661) 723-6429, ext. 103
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Dr. Khosrow Rad (CSULA/AV Campus)
Adjunct Professor, Electrical Engineering
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (661) 723-6429, ext. 103
Mr. Jose Alvarado (AV Campus)
Adjunct Professor, Electrical Engineering
Lead Radar Engineer
AFFTC Joint Strike Fighter
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (661) 723-6429, ext. 103
Mr. Ali Rezaei (AV Campus)
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Dr. Bahram Shahian (Main Campus/AV
Campus)
Professor, Electrical Engineering
Email: [email protected]
(661) 723-6429, ext. 103
Phone:
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Faculty & Staff (Continued)
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Dr. John Hsu (Main Campus/AV
Campus)
Lecturer, Mechanical Engineering
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (661) 723-6429, ext. 103
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Mr. Nabeel Atique (AVC/AV Campus)
Adjunct Professor, Mathematics
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (661) 723-6429, ext. 103
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Degree Completion Program
 BS in Mechanical Engineering
 BS in Electrical Engineering
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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
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Cohort Based
 Opportunity to engage in extensive engineering projects over the
course of the program
 Encourages strong teamwork
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Strong Industry Support
 Industry partners in the Greater Antelope Valley have partnered with
CSULB to ensure a successful program
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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)
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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
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The mechanical engineering curriculum includes
 foundation courses in mathematics, physics, chemistry, and design
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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-ofthe-art equipment
Capstone projects will involve industry supported design projects
Internships will be coordinated with industries in the Greater Antelope
Valley region.
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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
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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
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Western Association of Schools and
Colleges (WASC)
 Both EE & ME program have received
approval.
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Accreditation Board for Engineering
and Technology (ABET)
 The program will seek ABET accreditation
when the first batch of students graduate in
Fall 2013.
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Lancaster University Center
45356 Division Street, Lancaster, CA 93535
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25,000 square-foot facility
 11 class rooms
 Dedicated mechanical &
electrical laboratories
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2 Interactive TeleVideo classrooms linked to
CSULB campus
 WiFi access for students
 Free parking
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Joint Use Facility Agreement with AVC for EE
Laboratory Use ~ 5 Miles from LUC
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Modern lab facilities to support course work.
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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
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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)
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25 units of mathematics and science with a minimum
grade of "C"
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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)
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9 units of engineering fundamentals with a minimum
grade of "C”
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3 semester units of computer methods using MATLAB (MAE 205 or equivalent)*
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3 semester units of engineering design graphics using SolidWorks (MAE 172)*
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* Offered first semester by the CSULB Degree Completion Program
* 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
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23 units of mathematics and science with a minimum
grade of "C"
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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
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10 units of engineering fundamentals with a minimum
grade of "C”
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3 semester units of computer methods using MAT Lab (EE 202 or equivalent)*
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* 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
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All applicants meeting CSU minimum will be
ranked based on GPA and degree to which
admission criteria is satisfied.
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Highly ranked candidates meeting most of
admission criteria may receive conditional
admission, with a requirement to complete the
missing courses within 6 months.
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Can I complete lower-level courses
To satisfy conditional admission
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If you receive conditional admission, you will be
given a customized plan and a prescriptive timeline to complete the work.
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The course work will have to be taken at a
partner community college for additional cost.
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Application Time Line
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
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Applications
CSUMentor
Applications accepted
via www.csumentor.edu
Once Registered – select
CSU, Long Beach
campus
Next, select
“Special Sessions
Degree Program”
Choose either Electrical
or Mechanical
Engineering
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This is a self-support program. The entire program is
operated based on tuition income and industry support.
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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
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** 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.
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Full-time students qualify to apply for financial aid
through CSULB.
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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.
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Visit:
http://www.csulb.edu/depts/enrollment/financial_aid/
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Sunday
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Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
9AM
9AM
9AM
6PM
6PM
6PM
Saturday
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 1st.
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QUESTIONS?
Degree Completion Program in
Mechanical & Electrical Engineering
Offered in the Antelope Valley
http://www.ccpe.csulb.edu/engineering

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