Engineering


Why Engineering at Cochise?

The engineering degree programs at Cochise College were designed to offer students a path to direct employment or successful transfer to another college or university.

Engineers make a difference addressing global issues such as protecting the environment, designing safe structures, creating advanced technologies and improving the quality of life.

Division Assistant | Kathy Carrillo | (520) 515-5418 | carrillok@cochise.edu

Students presenting EGR 102 final project.

The associate of science degree program for engineering is designed to prepare students for successful transfer to a four-year college or university. This degree path is a great choice for students interested in pursuing a career in engineering or a similar career path. Graduates will demonstrate proficiency in communication, critical thinking, quantitative analysis and technological application.

An Engineering Associate of Applied Science degree will offer students a direct employment pathway. This degree may also offer a transfer pathway to Arizona State University’s Fulton College of Engineering website. Progress is being made on the development of a transfer agreement between the two institutions. Upon approval, this pathway will allow students to complete the AAS degree and be admitted with junior status at ASU. An Engineering Associate of Applied Science degree will give students additional options to complete a degree in the S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields.

The Engineering Technology Associate of Applied Science degree is designed to prepare students for a career in electronics, industrial maintenance and robotics, utilities industries, or engineering technology.

2 Fall Semesters

2 Spring Semesters


Associate of Science  64

Associates of Applied Science  64


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Registration opens May 1 (summer/fall) and November 1 (spring).

Supported by:

Science Foundation Arizona website
National Science Foundation website