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If you’re looking for an opportunity to use your interests in math and science to solve challenging problems, then engineering might be for you! In the Engineering department at EAC, the classes are small so you can really participate in conversations with the instructor. You’ll also get valuable hands-on experience in many areas in our program.
We’ve designed our engineering program to dovetail perfectly with Arizona’s three major universities, so you won’t have wasted credits when you transfer. We hope to see you soon!
The National Science Foundation is providing annual scholarships of up to $2700 ($1350 per semester) for students with financial need that are interested in pursuing an Engineering degree. Complete the application or email Dr. Phil McBride at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.Apply Now NSF Scholarship
|EGR 200||Introduction to Mining Engineering||Tue/Thur 12:30-1:45pm|
|EGR 296A||Mineral Resource Engineering||Seminar: Monday 12:00-12:50pm|
This Associate of Science degree provides two years of training in the required background mathematics and sciences towards a bachelor’s degree. Please consult the official transfer guide to tailor your curriculum, since degree requirements differ between universities.
Today’s professional engineer requires a minimum of four years of highly theoretical and specialized training. Very often this training requires more than four regular college years; that is, either attendance for several summer terms or an additional fifth year, before you may qualify for the bachelor’s degree.
Eastern Arizona College Engineering (EGR) is very pleased to announce that applications are being accepted for a National Science Foundation (NSF) Engineering Academic Success and Professional Development (ASAP) Scholarship. Individuals chosen to participate in this NSF-supported Engineering ASAP program, with a focus on (but NOT limited to) Motivated Engineering Transfer Students (METS), will receive an NSF ENG ASAP scholarship of up to $2,700 per academic year ($1,350 per semester)