Engineering, Manufacturing & Engineering Technology
In the Engineering, Manufacturing, and Engineering Technology Pathway, students can study automotive technology, aviation maintenance, civil engineering, and multiple types of engineering technology. These degrees prepare students to join the workforce with a two-year degree, or transfer for further education. Scroll down for a full list of majors in this Pathway.
Students entering prior to Autumn 2018 who are planning to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Systems Engineering will declare the major of “Associate of Science” (AS) at Columbus State. Your academic advisor will work with you to tailor the program to meet the specific requirements for the Systems Engineering major at your chosen four-year college or university.
Beginning Autumn 2018, students can officially declare “Associate of Science, Systems Engineering” as their major at Columbus State.
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