Engineers have a wide range of areas they can specialize in. Generally interested in math, geometry and structural design, engineers can find a career in architectural firms, development properties, CAD services, automotives and more. Engineers solve problems both graphically and mathematically. Future employment for engineers is suspected to remain strong with a possible increase as the building market rebounds. Typically private companies do not employ their own engineers, rather they will contract with a firm that specializes in project design and management.
Associate in Applied Science
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General Program Information
The Engineering program provides the first two years toward a baccalaureate degree in Engineering. This includes, but is not limited to, transfer to the following Engineering degree programs: Computer Systems, Electrical, Mechanical, Aerospace, Civil, Industrial, Chemical, Biomedical, Environmental, and Materials Science. Articulation (transfer) agreements exist with all three state universities in Arizona.
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