Explore Academic Programs - Engineering


The Central Texas College Engineering program is the first step for students to earn a bachelor's degree in engineering. The program has four engineering courses which are some of the most important courses required for engineering majors.


Careers, Potential Earnings & Market Growth Rates

Civil engineer

Potential Earnings: $39.45 hourly, $82,050 annually faster

Market Growth Rate: than average (15 - 21 %)


Mechanical engineer

Potential Earnings: $39.93 hourly, $83,060 annually

Market Growth Rate: slower than average (3 - 7 %)

Petroleum engineer

Potential Earnings: $62.53 hourly, $130,050 annually

Market Growth Rate: much faster than average (22 % or higher)


Chemical engineer

Potential Earnings: $46.60 hourly, $96,940 annually

Market Growth Rate: slower than average (3 - 7 %)


Electrical engineer

Potential Earnings: $43.95 hourly, $91,410 annually

Market Growth Rate: slower than average (3 - 7 %)


Degrees and Certificates

The Associate of Science degree in engineering is designed for students wishing to pursue a bachelor's degree. The curriculum is designed to maximize the transfer of lower level course work to a four-year university in Texas.

Delivery Mode

Associate of Science

Engineering

60 credit hours, two years full-time to complete.