Earn the first two years of your four-year engineering degree, then transfer to a four-year school in Maryland or elsewhere. Two degree programs are available.
An engineering degree requires at least four years of college. The first 2 years include "foundation courses" such as math, physics and chemistry, as well as some engineering basics courses. Major branches of engineering are electrical, mechanical, civil and chemical. If possible, decide which branch to pursue by the second term as it might affect elective choices. Requirements of your transfer college may affect elective choices. An engineering college program is rigorous, using advanced mathematics and physics to design and analyze hardware and processes.
If more interested in a practical "hands-on" program, consider the two-year Electronics Technology Program.
Associate of Sciences degree, A. S.
The Associate of Science degree in Engineering Transfer is designed for students to earn the first two years of an engineering degree and transfer to a four-year engineering program. Program Specifics.
Associate of Science in Engineering degree, A. S. E.
Like the Engineering Transfer A.S. degree, the Associate of Science in Engineering degree is designed for the student to earn the first two years of an engineering engineering degree and transfer to a four-year engineering program. The advantage compared with the Enginerring Transfer degree is that for students who attend Maryland state school, the program is design to transfer as a degree, rather than on a course-by-course basis. Presently, the A. S. E. degree is available in Electrical Engineering. Program Requirements.