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Associate of Science, Engineering Studies Track

Associate of Science

Track in Engineering Studies

Format: Main campus*

An Associate of Science degree with a track in Engineering Studies will help you build a solid foundation in humanities, mathematics, sciences and engineering. The purpose of this degree is to provide you with the necessary courses and education to transfer to a bachelor's-level program at either Georgia Institute of Technology or Georgia Southern University through the Regents' Engineering Transfer Program (RETP).

* Many of the core curriculum requirements of this degree program can be fulfilled at Liberty Center or through fully online courses.

Industry Highlights

The average annual salary of civil engineering technicians is $49,220, while electrical engineering technicians earned an average of $58,070.

- Bureau of Labor Statistics

Career Opportunities

  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Enironmental Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Petroleum Engineers
  • Geological Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Nuclear Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Health & Safety Engineering
  • Materials Engineering

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of undergraduate research projects and faculty members who are dedicated in providing excellent academic environments. Classes are are held in our state-of-the-art science facility, where students receive personalized instruction.

NEWS:

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(November 16, 2016) – The U.S. Department of Education recently awarded a $330,967 grant to Armstrong State University Senior Physics Lecturer Donna Mullenax, Math Lecturer Janel Smith, Ph.D., and Childhood and Exceptional Student Education Lecturer Elizabeth Williams. The two-year grant is funded by the Mathematics and Science Partnerships federal program and will support STEM education in Savannah-Chatham County Public School System (SCCPSS).

Read More Savor Tuscany: Armstrong Introduces New Semester Abroad Program in Siena, Italy

(October 24, 2016) – Beginning in the spring semester 2017, Armstrong State University will offer a new semester abroad program in Siena, Italy. Students will take classes via Armstrong’s long-time partner, the Dante Alighieri Institute. The 12-week program, which runs from January 22 through April 14, 2017, is open to all Armstrong students, as well as University System of Georgia transient students, and offers a full roster of semester credits.

Read More Armstrong State University Signs Memorandum of Understanding With Ogeechee Technical College

(August 3, 2016) – Armstrong State University officials signed a memorandum of understanding with Ogeechee Technical College, located in Statesboro, Ga., on August 2, bridging the institution’s programs in Criminal Justice and Information Technology through a rigorous collection of major field courses.

Read More Armstrong State University Chemistry Professors Awarded National Science Foundation Grant

(July 15, 2016) – The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently awarded $279,297 to seven chemistry professors at Armstrong State University.  Dr. Brandon P. Quillian (Principal Investigator), Dr. Sarah E. Gray, Dr. Gary Guillet, Dr. Cliff Padgett, Dr. Nathaniel Shank, Dr. Mitch Weiland and Dr. Sarah Zingales received a two-year grant for “Polymer Chemistry: Cross-linking the Curriculum (PC3).” The grant supports the infusion of polymer chemistry, a multidisciplinary science, throughout the curriculum.

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