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Engineering is an expanding field that deals with applying science and math in order to design and create structures, machines, systems, materials or processes. Mohave Community College’s new Associate of Engineering degree is designed to prepare students for transfer into a four-year engineering degree in many types of engineering (civil, chemical, electrical, mechanical and others). MCC offers small classes close to home, saving students more than $12,000 in university tuition and fees. Click here and we'll send you more information about the program.

Mohave Community College has also teamed up with Arizona State University’s Motivated Engineering Transfer Students (METS) program to recruit engineering students. Recruitment and orientation visits, along with scholarships, are all made possible through a grant funded by the National Science Foundation.

Contact an MCC advisor today to see how you can start your degree in engineering!