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.
The Engineering Science Program emphasizes high-quality core courses in mathematics, science and engineering. An array of general education courses exposes students to the styles and interests of professionals in a variety of academic disciplines. The program provides students who are looking for flexibility within engineering and utilize such skills in todayâ€™s fields to earn an Associate of Science (A.S.) degree.
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
- Mechanical Engineer
- Operations Supervisor
- Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer
- Software Engineer
In addition to the general scholarships available at the college, Glenbrook Technologies, NDIA John Amerspek, NDIA Rodney Frelinghuysen and NDIA Dean Gallo offer scholarships.
Please contact the Department of Engineering Technology and Engineering Science for more information.
Students who seek to transfer into a four-year program have successfully narrowed their education after attending CCM and found a competitive major to further an engineering degree. Some students have even successfully earned a Ph.D.
This program has transfer agreements with the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). CCM students have also transferred into other four-year colleges such as Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) after completing an associate degree in engineering science at CCM.
Engineering Technology and Engineering Science Department
AMEC, Room 104