Engineering

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The Engineering, AS degree is designed for students planning to transfer to a Bachelor of Science program in mechanical, aerospace, chemical, or civil engineering (as well as other engineering disciplines). 

Students take a set of core courses and choose electives appropriate for their specific discipline: mechanical, aerospace, electrical, chemical, or civil engineering.

Upon completing the engineering curriculum, students may transfer to a Bachelor of Science degree program in engineering, or enter the job market as engineering and physical science technicians.

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Highlights

Second-highest Maryland Community College Feeder School to UMD For Mechanical Engineering
$29,000 AVERAGE SAVINGS For students completing their first two years of college at CSM
Third-highest Maryland Community College Feeder School to UMD For Civil Engineering and Aerospace Engineering
17:1 Student-to-Faculty Ratio Which means smaller class sizes and more personalized attention
150+ TRANSFER AGREEMENTS With 50+ colleges and universities nationwide

Southern Maryland Electrical Engineering Partnership

CSM is proud to offer, in partnership with the University of Maryland (UMD), a seamless pathway to a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering. CSM offers the Associate of Science Engineering Degree to its students. Upon completing the engineering curriculum at CSM, students may then transfer with junior status to earn a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering at UMD. Students also have the opportunity to do an internship with the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD), a division of NAVAIR, with a possible employment opportunity upon successful graduation and completion of all Pathway Program requirements.

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Understanding our Engineering Programs

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Mechanical, aerospace, chemical, or civil engineering Engineering, AS Mechanical engineering students transferring to the University of Maryland can pursue their bachelor’s degree at the University System of Maryland at Southern Maryland through the Southern Maryland Mechanical Engineering Partnership. Other transfer opportunities are also available.
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