Engineers apply the theories and principles of science and mathematics to practical and technical problems that benefit society. As an engineer, you will take on the world’s most pressing challenges such as cybersecurity, maintaining clean water and viable energy supplies, finding sustainable ways to grow food, building lasting infrastructure, or designing cutting-edge technologies. Engineering is a highly-employable career choice with many options for specialization throughout several industries.
If you think creatively, solve practical problems, work collaboratively, lead projects, manage budgets, and communicate effectively, a career in engineering may be for you.
The Associate in Engineering Science (AES) degree is designed for students intending to pursue a bachelor’s degree in engineering. ECC’s Engineering Department helps you build a solid academic foundation in mathematics and science, complete courses to fulfill your general education requirements, and enroll in specialty engineering courses before transferring to a four-year institution.
AES program coursework offers what is normally referred to as the "engineering core" at most colleges and universities. Mathematics, physics, chemistry, and engineering courses such as dynamics and statics are at the center of this program which transition smoothly into junior-level coursework upon transfer.
Planning to Transfer
- Associate in Arts (AA)
- Associate in Engineering Science (AES)
- Associate in Fine Arts – Art (AFA)
- Associate in Fine Arts – Music (AFA)
- Associate in Liberal Studies (ALS)
- Associate in Science (AS)
Learn more about earning a Bachelor’s degree, earning summer credits for transfer or dual admissions with a university by visiting University Transfer & Partnerships.