Engineers in virtually every industrial category are needed in America now more than ever. Due to this high demand, Montgomery County Community College offers two engineering degrees. They are designed to set students on paths to immediate careers or for them to continue onto four-year college success.

The associate in science (AS) two-year engineering degree program prepares students to transfer to four-year baccalaureate schools of engineering. Included in the program are electives designed for students to select either electrical or mechanical engineering concentrations. This associate degree has articulation agreements with Drexel University and Widener University; while students have also successfully transferred to Cornell University, The Pennsylvania State University, Rowan University, and Temple University.

The associate in applied science (AAS) two-year degree program in engineering technology presents three concentrations: mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and nanofabrication. The AAS degree opens up immediate career opportunities for graduates to be hired in critical roles. The program develops knowledgeable and skilled technicians who can support engineering systems and processes in their design, installation and ongoing performance. They learn about instrumentation, technical communication and mechanical structures and systems for various industrial settings.

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