Engineering Major Guide

2017-2018

Mesa Community College

Engineering majors have the option to concentrate on one of many different disciplines including automotive systems, electrical systems, mechanical engineering, and robotics. Students can also pursue civil engineering degrees and study the design, construction, and maintenance of structures like buildings, roads, and bridges. Within these disciplines, students practice problem-solving and innovations to address society's challenges.


Associate's Degree
An associate's degree is comprised of 60-64 community college credits. Below is information specific to your major.

LEARN MORE ABOUT ASSOCIATE'S DEGREES
  AGEC Requirement
For this major, it may not be beneficial to complete an AGEC. Please speak to your community college advisor for more information.
  Mesa Community College Courses
The courses listed below are recommended if you plan to transfer to a university and study Engineering.
COURSES  
Calculus IMAT 220 or MAT 221
Calculus IIMAT 230 or MAT 231
Calculus IIIMAT 241 or MAT 240
Calculus-based Physics (Electricity & Magnetism)PHY 131 or PHY 116
Calculus-based Physics (Mechanics)PHY 121 or PHY 115
Differential EquationsMAT 261 or MAT 262 or MAT 276 or MAT 277
Introduction to Engineering Design(ECE 102 & ECE 103) or (ECE 102AA & ECE103AB)


Bachelor's Degrees & Majors

  Bachelor's Degree for Engineering
UNIVERSITY / LOCATION DEGREE MAJOR LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT
Arizona State University - PolytechnicBSEEngineering
None
Arizona State University - PolytechnicBSManufacturing Engineering
None
Arizona State University - TempeBSEAerospace Engineering (Aeronautics)
None
Arizona State University - TempeBSEBiomedical Engineering
None
Arizona State University - TempeBSEChemical Engineering
None
Arizona State University - TempeBSECivil Engineering
None
Arizona State University - TempeBSEComputer Systems Engineering
None
Arizona State University - TempeBSEConstruction Engineering
None
Arizona State University - TempeBSEElectrical Engineering
None
Arizona State University - TempeBSEEngineering Management
None
Arizona State University - TempeBSEIndustrial Engineering
None
Arizona State University - TempeBSEMaterials Science & Engineering
None
Arizona State University - TempeBSEMechanical Engineering
None
Northern Arizona UniversityBSECivil Engineering
None
Northern Arizona UniversityBSEElectrical Engineering
None
Northern Arizona UniversityBSEEnvironmental Engineering
None
Northern Arizona UniversityBSEMechanical Engineering
None
University of ArizonaBS in Aerospace EngineeringAerospace Engineering
None
University of ArizonaBS in Architectural EngineeringArchitectural Engineering
None
University of ArizonaBS in Biomedical EngineeringBiomedical Engineering
None
University of ArizonaBS in Biosystems EngineeringBiosystems Engineering
None
University of ArizonaBS in Chemical EngineeringChemical Engineering
None
University of ArizonaBS in Civil EngineeringCivil Engineering
None
University of ArizonaBS in Electrical & Computer EngineeringElectrical & Computer Engineering
None
University of ArizonaBS in Engineering ManagementEngineering Management
None
University of ArizonaBS in Environmental EngineeringEnvironmental Engineering
None
University of ArizonaBS in Industrial EngineeringIndustrial Engineering
None
University of ArizonaBS in Materials Science & EngineeringMaterials Science & Engineering
None
University of ArizonaBS in Mechanical EngineeringMechanical Engineering
None
University of ArizonaBS in Mining EngineeringMining Engineering
None
University of ArizonaBS in Optical Sciences and EngineeringOptical Sciences and Engineering
None
University of ArizonaBS in Systems EngineeringSystems Engineering
None

  Get help from an Academic Advisor
Be sure to meet with an Academic Advisor from Mesa Community College!