Occupational Program Director, Faculty
Engineers work in leadership roles to provide practical solutions to many problems facing society. Examples of career challenges include:
- Increased demand for high quality and safety in products.
- International competition requiring rapid advancement of technology and lower costs.
- Disposal of waste without polluting the environment.
- Safe disposal and/or recycling of worn-out or obsolete products.
- Conservation of dwindling natural resources.
GCC offers the first two years of a program of study leading to a bachelor's degree in various fields of engineering. Additional features of the program include:
- Articulation (transfer) agreements exist with all three state universities in Arizona. Transfer guides are available from department advisors.
- Other colleges and universities both in and out of state also accept transfers from the community colleges.
- Degree programs in Arizona include, but are not limited to, computer systems, electrical (and electronic), mechanical, aerospace, civil, industrial, chemical, biomedical, mining, environmental, and nuclear engineering.
Students should consult with a department advisor in planning an academic schedule so as to consider course prerequisites, sequencing, etc.
Let the Engineering Science Department help you plan toward obtaining a bachelor's degree in the engineering field of your choice.