Engineering Associate in Science

The Engineering program provides curriculum concerned with the fundamentals of mechanics, electrical theory, and materials that can be applied to all disciplines within engineering. The degree concentrates on helping students develop critical thinking skills, a creative imagination, and excellent communication skills to effectively function in the professional environment. Most careers in engineering require a baccalaureate or graduate degree. Career options include: mechanical engineer, civil engineer, computer engineer, aerospace engineer, biomedical engineer, automotive engineer, and manufacturing engineer.
Student Learning Outcome
Interpret, analyze, and evaluate engineering concepts.