Associate in Engineering

Ever-changing technologies make this an exciting time for a career in engineering. Engineers continue to change the world through groundbreaking research that solves society’s greatest challenges. An engineering degree is a powerful driver of economic impact for North Carolina and the nation. Engineering degrees also create jobs by developing new technologies, launching innovative companies and bringing cutting-edge products to market. Engineering is critical in attracting businesses and industries to North Carolina.

Start your academic journey towards a degree in engineering by completing your Associate in Engineering at Wayne Community College. All classes will transfer to one of North Carolina’s 16 public universities such as North Carolina State or East Carolina University.

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Demand for engineering and computer science degrees has never been higher. The high tech economy of North Carolina and the nation demands a steady flow of engineering graduates to maintain the nation’s leadership in a global economy.

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