Engineering Science, A.S.
Engineer Your Future…and the World's
If your plan is to get a bachelor's degree in engineering after graduating from DCC, our Engineering Science program is for you! Our graduates easily transfer to respected four-year schools as third-year engineering students. And our five advisement tracks will help get you into your preferred major.
credits to complete your A.S. degree and get ready to transfer
out of 3 DCC students graduate without incurring student loan debt
environmental engineering ranked among Best Engineering Job (US News & World Report)
What You'll Study in Our Engineering Science Program
We'll help you build the skill set you need to succeed in competitive four-year programs. This includes a mix of math, science, engineering and liberal arts courses benchmarked by ABET (Accreditation Board of Engineering & Technology) and TYESA (Two-Year Engineering Science Association).
Our 5 advisement tracks can help you transfer to a specific engineering major at a four-year school:
- Mechanical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
The program also focuses on problem solving, design, teamwork, communication skills, quality and continuous improvement, and computer literacy.VIEW FULL CATALOG
ENR 101: Introduction to Engineering
An intro to the field of engineering, including an exploration of the various engineering disciplines
ENR 102: Computer Programming for Engineers
A course in computer programming using a programming language to solve engineering problems
ENR 208: Engineering Statics
A study of static force systems. Vectorial and conventional techniques are used in problem solving