Engineering is creative problem-solving to improve the human condition. Using theories as well as scientific and mathematical applications, engineers imagine, design, create and improve the world around us. Engineers and the various engineering fields are essential components of virtually everything we take for granted in modern civilization. You name it and you can bet engineers and engineering are involved. More engineers are needed to meet the challenges faced by the next generation.
Engineering Fundamentals A.S. – 60 credits
The A.S. in Engineering Fundamentals prepares students for transfer to a four-year college or university to complete a bachelor's degree in one of the following engineering disciplines: aerospace, biomedical, chemical, civil, computer, electrical, environmental, manufacturing, materials mechanical or nuclear. The program covers courses typically offered in freshman and sophomore years of an accredited engineering curriculum in the United States. Students are strongly recommended to keep themselves informed of the rules and requirements related to the major department at the transfer institution (four-year college or university where they plan to transfer). Students are advised to work with academic advisors and counselors to complete a course plan specific to each engineering discipline listed above.