Do you like to design things and problem solve? Do math and science come easily to you? 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.
The Engineering program option prepares students to transfer to a four-year institution for continued study in engineering. Most entry-level engineering jobs require a bachelor's degree. Your Cecil College education will prepare you to transfer to four-year colleges and universities to complete your degree.
Electrical Engineering (Associate of Science in Engineering)
This program option prepares students to transfer to a four-year institution for continued study in electrical engineering. Electrical Engineering is the branch of engineering that focuses on designing and analyzing components and systems that utilize electrons and photons. Electrical engineers also work in information technology and software development and function on multidisciplinary teams. Students with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering continue their education in graduate school or enter industry. The computer literacy requirement will be met throughout the course work in the degree program.
Required Courses & Learning Outcomes
Refer to the college catalog for a list of required courses and learning outcomes for the Electrical Engineering degree program.
Engineering with Areas of Concentration (Associate of Science)
The Associate of Science Engineering Program offers a selection of engineering and other science courses for students wishing to pursue a program of study in engineering with concentrations in aerospace, chemical, civil, computer, mechanical, and engineering science. The curriculum is designed to meet the needs of students who plan to transfer to a college or a university that grants a baccalaureate degree in engineering.
Required Courses & Learning Outcomes
Refer to the college catalog for a list of required courses and learning outcomes for the Engineering degree program.
Frequently Asked Questions
What skills are required to be an engineer?
Engineers use math and science to analyze and solve practical problems. Students should be dedicated and determined to work to figure out complex problems. Typically engineers work in teams to complete projects so good communication and collaborative skills are helpful.
What is the difference between science and engineering?
Science looks at what happens and why in the natural world. Engineering uses the answers from science to plan, build, and create new inventions and ideas. They complement each other and often work closely together. Scientists might tell engineers what to create and engineers tell scientists the constraints with such creations.
Admissions & Advising
Whether transferring coursework to Cecil College or transferring your completed degree or certificate to a four-year institution, transfer is a viable option to help meet your educational goals.
Cecil College has an articulation agreement with the University of Delaware in civil engineering. In addition, Frostburg State University has partnered with Cecil College to offer a collaborative 2+2 Bachelor's of Science in Engineering, Materials Engineering concentration, on Cecil College’s North East campus. Recent undergraduate students have attended a variety of institutions including, University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC), University of Maryland, Towson University, Frostburg State University, and University of Delaware.
Transfer information for Maryland colleges and universities is available through the Articulation System of Maryland (ARTSYS) website at www.artsys.usmd.edu. Additional transfer information can be found on the Transfer Agreements page.
Professor of Mathematics, Department Chair
M.S., Clemson University
Associate Professor of Engineering
Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cecil College's adjunct engineering faculty are highly credentialed in their discipline and have years of professional experience.