Engineering Science is the first two years of a four or five-year program leading to a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree.
Engineering Science is designed to prepare students for transfer to a bachelor degree program in:
The Engineering Science program provides essentially the same educational experience during the first two years as that of four-year institutions, and is designed to provide maximum opportunities for transfer into New York State's baccalaureate engineering programs with junior level status.
2+2 and other transfer agreements allow MCC graduates to transfer with full junior status to many top engineering schools such as:
To facilitate transfer, the college participates in New York State's Two-Year Engineering Science Association (TYESA) plan for uniform curriculum and admissions requirements developed jointly with four-year colleges in the state.
A partial list of institutions students have transferred to with junior status includes:
2 + 2 Colleges and Universities
MCC has 2+2 Dual Admission Programs with several colleges and universities which enable you to complete one application for admission to both MCC and a transfer college. You earn an Associate's Degree at MCC and are guaranteed transfer with full junior-year status to one of the participating colleges. Applicants to 2+2 programs must present strong records of academic achievement including:
4 years of English, 3 years of Social Studies, 3-4 years of college preparatory Mathematics and 2 years of Science
Students who do not have the math or science to enter Engineering right away can choose the Extended Option Program in Engineering. In this program, students are advised by Engineering faculty and interact with other students in the Engineering program while taking the courses they need to enter the A.S. in Engineering program.
Current MCC 2+2 Programs Available:
State University of New York at Buffalo (UB):
State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse University:
Morgan State University:
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute:
Rochester Institute of Technology:
University of Rochester:
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