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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.


Sample Courses

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


Where Do Engineering Science Grads Go?



DId you know there's a student chapter of the American Statistical Association at DCC? ASA student chapters provide experience, education, and opportunities for those interested in the world of statistics and data analysis. DCC is the first and only community college with an ASA Student Chapter.


Contact Us

Office of Admissions

101 Orcutt Student Services Center
Mon. - Fri., 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Phone: (845) 431-8010

53 Pendell Road
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601