Associate of Science
Engineering is an exacting applied science that requires a broad background of analytical skills. Many branches of engineering require specialization at the junior and senior levels. The Engineering program at Laramie County Community College gives students a general, transferable background in mathematics and engineering science necessary for later specialization.
The program provides the equivalent of two years of a four-year engineering program in small classes with more individual attention than at most four-year institutions. With an Associate of Science in Engineering, students have a strong foundation in mathematics and engineering science needed to transfer and successfully complete a bachelor of science in a field of engineering at a four-year institution.
Career OpportunitiesCareer opportunities in engineering are abundant, and national starting salaries for applicants with bachelor’s degrees average $55,000 to $75,000.
- Engineering and physics classes are taught in LCCC’s modern Science Center, which includes bright, well-equipped laboratories and ample opportunities to use computers for scientific or engineering applications.
- LCCC engineering faculty members are active in professional organizations and community and school outreach activities. Students find the faculty approachable, knowledgeable, helpful and highly enthusiastic.
- Students receive extensive hands-on laboratory experience through activities employing diverse scientific instrumentation.
- LCCC students have a good transfer rate to, and are very successful in, the University of Wyoming’s engineering departments.
Cost of Attendance
For general college expense, students can view LCCC’s tuition and fees Web page. There are generally no additional program-specific costs associated with the Engineering Program.