An associate degree often is earned in general areas of study that include the humanities, business, social science, science and technical fields. Credits earned in pursuit of an associate degree can be used toward obtaining a bachelor’s degree.
Engineering studies deals with the design, optimization, maintenance, and creation of machines and systems. Students may be able to learn about a wide variety of topics, including mathematics, design, and even advanced problem-solving.
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Engineers apply the principles of physics and mathematics to design, develop, implement, and maintain structures and systems. Students in this program explore engineering
Engineers apply the principles of physics and mathematics to design, develop, implement, and maintain structures and systems. Students in this program explore engineering theory and gain project-based laboratory experience. Upon completion, you’ll be ready to pursue any type of engineering degree at a four-year institution.
Aerospace Engineering and Operations Technicians
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Industrial Engineering Technicians
Industrial Safety and Health Engineers
Manufacturing Engineering Technologists
Product Safety Engineers
Solar Energy Systems Engineers
The Community College Program matches you with the Engineering Studies program that best fits your needs. With YFU you will pursue your Associates Degree in the area of E
The Community College Program matches you with the Engineering Studies program that best fits your needs. With YFU you will pursue your Associates Degree in the area of Engineering Studies while learning about life in the U.S. and your immediate community. Students have the opportunity to take courses in a variety of subjects in order to explore interests, expand knowledge, and participate in traditional American past-times and student activities.
A simple definition is applying math and science to solve real-world problems for the benefit of humankind! Almost everything around you was designed by an engineer. Engineers design, or help develop, products impacting your daily life.
The Engineering Transfer Program graduates students who are prepared to excel in any four-year Engineering Program in the country. An effort has been made to parallel the
Associate in Engineering
Olympic College is a two-year public college in Washington State that offers more than 70 different degrees and certificates in academic transfer and professional-technical programs. The campus in Bremerton is located on a 33-acre site framed by views of the Olympic Mountains, Mt. Rainier, saltwater inlets, and the Cascade Mountains. The Engineering Transfer Program graduates students who are prepared to excel in any four-year Engineering Program in the country. An effort has been made to parallel the course requirements of Washington State University, http://www.mme.wsu.edu/wsuMEocb , or http://school.eecs.wsu.edu/wsuEEocb and the University of Washington. Students planning to transfer to other engineering programs should consult with the school's engineering advisors for any necessary modifications in the standard curriculum....
The undergraduate engineering management program is a 120 semester credit hours program comprised of a two-year, lower-level Associate of Science in Engineering Managemen
The undergraduate engineering management program is a 120 semester credit hours program comprised of a two-year, lower-level Associate of Science in Engineering Management (ASEM) and a follow-on two-year, upper-level Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management (BSEM).
The ASEM requires the successful completion of 60 semester credit hours of instruction at the lower level (freshman and sophomore years). The ASEM places a strong emphasis on general education courses as well as core courses that will provide a solid foundation for entry to the BSEM program.
ASEM Program Objectives
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
Engineering applies the theories and principals of science and mathematics to research and develops economical solutions to technical problems. Engineers design products,
When you complete the engineering course of study at Seward County Community College, you will be prepared to pursue a variety of options within the engineering profession. Our associate's degree or one-year transfer program will provide you with a broad knowledge base in science, mathematics, and communications. The rigor and challenge of an engineering career are evident in the types of courses, course load, and time-management skills required in the associate's degree program. If you enjoy science, mathematics, and solving problems, the engineering field may be a good option for you to explore.
Suggested courses and information provided on curriculum pages are not to be used in place of academic advisement from the student's assigned advisor. Students should always visit with an advisor before enrollment to ensure selected options contribute to the overall course of study, academic schedule, and student success....
The Pre-Engineering Program is designed for students who wish to prepare for a career in Engineering.
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The Pre-Engineering Program is designed for students who wish to prepare for a career in Engineering. Interested students should discuss their educational and career goals with an engineering advisor as early as possible before entering coursework to ensure proper course selection. Students must follow standard admission procedures of the College.
Students will increase their knowledge of math and science so that they have a basic yet broad knowledge base which will complement their engineering studies upon transfer. Students should be able to successfully navigate paths of Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, or other Engineering fields....
Wallace State Community College’s Engineering Technology program provides a pathway to give you opportunities to see exactly where you fit in the engineering world.
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Wallace State Community College’s Engineering Technology program provides a pathway to give you opportunities to see exactly where you fit in the engineering world. There are many career options for those interested in a degree in engineering technology. There are careers where your office is the site of a new road, bridge, building, utility installation, or other major infrastructure projects. There are careers where you work in the comfort of an air-conditioned office.
Engineering technicians prepare technical drawings and plans used by production and construction workers to build everything from manufactured products such as toys, toasters, industrial machinery, and spacecraft to structures such as houses, office buildings, and oil and gas pipelines. Engineering technicians’ drawings provide visual guidelines, show the technical details of the products and structures, and specify dimensions, materials, and procedures. Most engineering technicians use computer-aided design (CAD) systems to prepare drawings....
Snow College continues to offer the Associate of Pre-Engineering (APE) degree to students who plan to transfer to a university and pursue a baccalaureate degree in any of
Snow College continues to offer the Associate of Pre-Engineering (APE) degree to students who plan to transfer to a university and pursue a baccalaureate degree in any of the traditional fields of engineering. This two-year degree requires an emphasis of coursework in engineering, mathematics, and physical science, with fewer general education requirements than the Associate of Science (AS) or the Associate of Arts (AA) degree. It is anticipated that a student will also earn an AS degree while at Snow College, but additional coursework will be needed to complete the balance of general education requirements for that degree.
Students who complete an emphasis in engineering at Snow College will be expected to demonstrate that they have a working knowledge of the theories and principles of physics in the areas of Newtonian mechanics, gravitation, electricity and magnetism, wave motion and physical optics; are acquainted with standard methods of mathematical analysis including trigonometry and analytic geometry, differential and integral calculus, matrices and linear algebra, and the solutions to differential equations; understand the role of chemistry in our physical and biological environment as it pertains to atomic and molecular structure, the laws of thermodynamics and how energy is exchanged between systems; can work effectively in a group to accomplish an objective, and make a significant contribution to its outcome; can combine the knowledge of physics and chemistry, together with the analytical skills of mathematics to find solutions to technical problems that benefit society; can use the computer to store and...
The Associate of Science in Physical Sciences and Pre-Engineering program provides students with a solid foundation in the scientific method and knowledge of the principl
The Associate of Science in Physical Sciences and Pre- Engineering program provides students with a solid foundation in the scientific method and knowledge of the principles that govern the workings of the physical world. Students in this program can choose one of two tracks based on their interest: research in Physics, Bio-Physics, Geophysics, Industrial Tech, or Pre-Engineering.
The pre-engineering track is structured for those students planning to transfer into an engineering program and requires students to take specific courses in calculus and engineering statics.
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