The Engineering, Technology and Computer Science department offers a range of degrees covering CAD, Computer Networking, Computer Science/Programming, Engineering, Manufacturing and Technology.
The Engineering Science associate degree program prepares students for transfer to baccalaureate college and university programs in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, civil engineering, chemical engineering, industrial engineering and engineering physics, as well as for immediate employment in engineering sciences and high technology fields.
The Engineering Science program, through the Connecticut College of Technology Pathways program, provides for direct entry into baccalaureate engineering programs at the University of Connecticut and Central Connecticut State University. Students may enter UConn and CCSU engineering programs through the Engineering Science A.S. degree program at MCC and, upon successful completion of the program, continue on to UConn and CCSU as third-year engineering students with a full two years of credit towards a bachelor’s degree in engineering.
Degree Program – View the Program Curriculum
Steven Moore, Professor
Co-Chair, Engineering, Technology and Computer Science Department