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Engineering

Engineering

If you're interested in a well-paying career that applies the principles of science and math to develop cost-effective solutions to technical problems, Cecil College's engineering transfer program may be ideal for you.

What is distinctive?

To accommodate your busy schedule, we offer the flexibility of day, evening, and weekend classes at our main campus in North East. You'll be prepared to transfer to a four-year institution to complete your bachelor's degree. Cecil offers associate of science degrees in the following engineering specialties:

  • Aerospace—learn to design, develop and test aircraft, spacecraft and missiles, and supervise the manufacture of these products
  • Chemical—learn to solve problems involving the production or use of chemicals and biochemicals
  • Civil—learn to design and supervise the construction of roads, roads, buildings, airports, tunnels, dams, bridges, and water supply and sewage systems
  • Electrical—learn to design and analyze components and systems that use electrons and photons
  • Mechanical—learn to research, develop, design, manufacture and test tools, engines, machines, and other mechanical devices
  • Computer—learn to design, develop, and manage systems that process, store, and transmit information

What is required?

You'll be required to take preparatory math and graphics courses to be admitted into the engineering programs. Depending on your area of study, you'll complete from 66 to 70 credit hours of general education courses. Also, depending on your engineering specialty, you'll be required to take additional courses to complete the transfer program.

Where will it lead?

Thanks to regional developments, engineering careers are on the rise—exceeding the national employment average. Most entry-level engineering jobs do require a bachelor's degree. Your Cecil education will prepare you to transfer to four-year colleges and universities to complete your degree.

Does Cecil have articulation agreements with other institutions?

Cecil has an articulation agreement with the University of Delaware in Civil Engineering.