Montgomery County Community College is THE place to start your education in engineering. You can choose from two academic options: an economical yet rigorous two-year Associate in Science degree with seamless transfer to a partnering four-year institutions or an Associate in Applied Science degree for immediate employment as an engineering technician. Among the many institutions accepting credits from Montgomery County Community College graduates are Bucknell, Cornell, Penn State, Rowan, Temple, Widener and Villanova. The career AAS degree offers three concentrations: mechanical, electrical or nanofabrication.
As the fifth largest statistical metropolitan area in the country, the greater Philadelphia marketplace is home to many firms diversified in multi-engineering professional disciplines needed for architecture, construction, transportation, water systems, aviation and aerospace, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology firms, food companies, energy plants, and hundreds of others.