Mathematics, Sciences, & Engineering

The Associate in Science (AS) and the Associate in Engineering (AE) degrees provide a solid general education foundation for students who want to pursue a four-year degree in areas of study such as computer science, engineering, mathematics, the sciences, or professional programs that require a strong background in mathematics and sciences. Associate degree programs are part of the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement, which facilitates the transfer of students between institutions in the North Carolina Community College System and the University of North Carolina System.    College/University Transfer Resources

Programs provide a foundation for pursuing a four-year degree in math, science, engineering, computers, or other disciplines requiring a strong math and science background.

DEPARTMENTS

Engineering

The department offers courses in Astronomy, Mathematics (including Statistics), and Physics for the college transfer programs of study leading to the Associate in Arts (A.A.), the Associates in Sciences (A.S.), and the Associate in Engineering (A.E.) degrees. In addition, the department offers classes in Mathematics and Physics to support the technical programs offered by the college, including those leading to a degree in Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.).

Life Sciences

The department offers courses in Biology for the college transfer programs of study leading to the Associate in Arts (A.A.), the Associates in Sciences (A.S.), and the Associate in Engineering (A.E.) degrees.

Mathematics and Physics

The engineering curriculum is designed to prepare students to successfully transfer to an engineering degree program in a four-year university. We have created advising tools to assist you, depending on what type of engineering you wish to pursue and which university you wish to attend.

Physical Sciences

The department offers courses in Chemistry, and Geology for the college transfer programs of study leading to the Associate in Arts (A.A.), the Associates in Sciences (A.S.), and the Associate in Engineering (A.E.) degrees.

Contact Us

Sharon F. Welker
Dean of Mathematics, Sciences, 
and Engineering
Southern Wake Campus SC 215
919-866-5611
[email protected]
Ms. Karen Gibbons
Assistant to the Dean
Southern Wake Campus SC 217
919-866-5557
[email protected]