Engineering

Engineering Degrees from Oklahoma City Community College

Earn your associate degree in engineering and transfer to complete your bachelor’s degree and beyond.

  • Overview

    EngineeringThe modern world needs engineers of all kinds. Oklahoma City Community College meets this ever-present demand by offering a content-packed engineering associate degree program as well as exciting and practical engineering classes.

    OCCC’s engineering college classes and degree programs are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Oklahoma City Community College is authorized to offer college certificates, associate in arts degrees, associate in science degrees and associate in applied science degrees. In addition, OCCC is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and of the American Association of Community Colleges.

    Start Building Your Future Today

    Begin by completing this online admissions application to OCCC.

  • Overview

    EngineeringThe modern world needs engineers of all kinds. Oklahoma City Community College meets this ever-present demand by offering a content-packed engineering associate degree program as well as exciting and practical engineering classes.

    OCCC’s engineering college classes and degree programs are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Oklahoma City Community College is authorized to offer college certificates, associate in arts degrees, associate in science degrees and associate in applied science degrees. In addition, OCCC is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and of the American Association of Community Colleges.

    Start Building Your Future Today

    Begin by completing this online admissions application to OCCC.

  • Highlights

    EngineeringEngineering = Practical Application of Science and Math in Everyday Life

    Engineering combines all the power of math and science, technology and computers. So, if you love those things and want a career in their practical uses in daily life, then an engineering degree from Oklahoma City Community College might be right for you.

    At OCCC, you’ll learn all the engineering fundamentals that apply no matter which specialty you later choose. Our engineering classes provide:

    • A rigorous learning environment
    • An Engineering Center featuring hands-on labs, computer modeling and tutoring
    • Individual access to engineering faculty
    • Engineering project design, construction and testing
    • Teamwork with fellow engineering students and faculty
  • Degree Options

    EngineeringEngineering Degrees at Oklahoma City Community College

    Oklahoma City Community College offers an engineering associate in science degree specifically for students who plan to transfer to a college or university (usually in Oklahoma) and complete a bachelor’s degree or advanced degree in engineering.

     

     

     

  • Courses

    EngineeringEngineering Classes at Oklahoma City Community College

    In addition to fundamentals of math, chemistry and physics, you’ll study engineering topics such as:

    • Engineering graphics and design
    • Statics
    • Rigid body dynamics
    • Thermodynamics
    • Material strength
    • Electrical science
    • Fluid mechanics

    And, in your final semester at OCCC, you’ll get the chance to pick from many interesting and exciting engineering elective classes.

    Visit OCCC’s online course catalog for full details on all the engineering classes and support science classes available. OCCC offers both daytime and evening engineering classes. However, due to the hands-on nature of this associate degree program, we do not offer online classes in this engineering major.

  • Faculty
    Greg Holland

    Greg Holland


    Professor of Engineering

    Ph.D., Oklahoma State University B.S., Oklahoma State University

     
    Gary Houlette

    Gary Houlette


    Professor of Physical Sciences

    M.C.E., Oklahoma State University B.S.C.E., Oklahoma State University A.A., Oklahoma City Community College Registered Professional Engineer

     
  • After OCCC

    EngineeringEngineering Careers

    The latest engineering jobs outlook report says, “Overall job opportunities for engineers are expected to be good. A bachelor's degree in engineering is required for most entry-level jobs, but some research positions may require a graduate degree. Starting salaries are among the highest of all college graduates.”

    Across both private industry and government positions, you can match your talent and interest to more than 30 engineering branches, including:

    • Aerospace engineering
    • Architectural engineering
    • Bioengineering
    • Chemical engineering
    • Civil engineering
    • Electrical engineering
    • Industrial engineering
    • Manufacturing
    • Mechanical engineering
    • Nuclear engineering

     

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