Engineering Engineers help solve the needs of consumers, businesses and society by applying the principles of science and mathematics.

There are many different areas of specialization within the engineering field including civil engineering, electrical engineering, industrial engineering and mechanical engineering.

In order to earn a degree in engineering, a variety of science and math courses are required. Most degree programs include required classes in statistics, chemistry and physics in addition to engineering courses.

This is a dynamic field with tons and tons of possibilities for graduates who want to pursue this career. There are many different career paths you can choose, including Chemical Engineering, Industrial engineering, Materials engineering, Computer engineering, Environmental engineering, Gas engineering and Software engineering.

Almost everything we do in this world requires some sort of engineering skill. With a degree in this field, you can pursue a career in almost any area and career opportunities are especially high for those interested in computers and science.

Feel free to browse our accredited schools below to learn more about earning your engineering degree - an engineering career awaits you.

Schools Offering Associates Degrees in Engineering

Redstone College

Redstone College offers the following Associates Degrees: Click Here For More Information >>
  • Associate Degree - Advanced Electronics Technology (Avionics)
  • Associate Degree - Airframe and Powerplant
  • Associate Degree - HVAC
  • Associate Degree - Wind Energy Technology

Colorado Technical University

Colorado Technical University offers the following Associates Degrees: Click Here For More Information >>
  • Associate of Science in Electronics Technology

Westwood College

Westwood College offers the following Associates Degrees: Click Here For More Information >>
  • Automotive Technology (A)
  • Construction Management (A)

SJVC Online

SJVC Online offers the following Associates Degrees: Click Here For More Information >>
  • Construction Management (Associates)

Brown Mackie College

Brown Mackie College offers the following Associates Degrees: Click Here For More Information >>
  • Electronics (Associates Degree)