Engineer your future!

The Engineering program at EMCC provides students with the practical and technical skills leading to a rewarding career in engineering technology. Successful students will receive an Associate in Applied Science (AAS).

Classes are taught by instructors who are currently work within the industry, using the latest technology, sharing their personal knowledge and experience to prepare you to work in this very diverse industry that blends physics, math, science and technology.

Classes are taught by instructors who are engineers and currently work in the industry using the latest technology.  These instructors share their personal knowledge, experience, and expertise to prepare you to work in this very diverse and challenging industry that blends and applies physics, mathematics, science, and technology into a career. Core courses include fundamentals of physics, engineering, mathematics, computer hardware, programming, engineering design, project management and development, and computer software tools.

Students can even earn two degrees at the same time! Get another AAS degree in Industrial Manufacturing and Emerging Technologies by only adding four extra classes. Learn more. Take a look Inside the Program for a glimpse as to what you can expect as an Engineering student.

When you enroll in an Engineering program, you become part of the Engineering Institute at EMCC, which helps students succeed by offering educational networks, scholarships, internships and other professional opportunities within their selected field of study.

Special requirements: None.

Course Sequence: From problem solving to design, and circuitry to calculus, EMCC brings you to the heart of the industry. Your education is already mapped out for you in the Engineering Technology-AAS checksheet.

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Career and Employment Outlook

Engineering is one of the most broad fields you can enter, with plenty of possibilities. Disciplines range from architecture to chemical, civil to biomedical. Read more from O*NET.

Transfer Options

 After completing the Associate of Applied Science Degree, you will be well-prepared to begin your career path into one of many engineering industries or transfer to a university for a bachelor's degree.