What You Will Learn
The Engineering Science Program at CCM challenges students to an academically rigorous preparation with a range of careers found in civil, biomedical, chemical, electrical, environmental and mechanical engineering fields.
Why Study at CCM?
At CCM, the foundation courses in math, science and engineering are taught in a small class environment by faculty that have years of experience and are knowledgeable in their subject areas. Many of the engineering science courses contain a lecture and laboratory component, allowing students a state of the art education with modern technology and equipment.
According to Payscale, the average base salary for graduates with an associate degree in Engineering Science is $54,000. Students are equipped for further study in programs that lead to the following:
Associate Research Scientist, Civil Engineer, Environmental Scientist, Hydrologist, Mechanical Engineer, Operations Supervisor, Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer, Software Engineer