The Engineering program offers a number of career options by providing students with the opportunity to earn an Associate of Science in Engineering degree. Most of our graduates continue their education in pursuit of a bachelor’s degree in engineering, while some go straight into the field as technicians.
A background in engineering could lead to many advanced fields of study:
Other career options include working in construction, manufacturing and military or government.
The Engineering program consists of 64 hours of coursework and commonly takes four semesters to complete. Engineering courses range from technical physics to engineering statics.