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Associates Degree in Engineering Science

The Associate in Engineering Science (AES) degree is designed to be equivalent to the first two years of a baccalaureate degree in engineering. Baccalaureate degree programs in engineering are highly structured and require emphasis on mathematics, science, and engineering coursework during these years. General education courses (English, humanities, and social sciences) are typically spread out over the entire Baccalaureate degree in engineering. Thus, the AES degree does not require students to fulfill all of the general education courses in the first two years.

The AES degree was designed to be flexible enough to accommodate students who want to pursue any engineering major. Use the guides under the transfer information section for coursework selection for an individual major and university program.

 


 

Contact Information


Scott Banjavcic, M.S., P.E.
Assistant Professor
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 3436B
(630) 942-2432

Alyssa J. Pasquale, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 3E01
(630) 942-3902

David S. Smith, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 3E10B
(630) 942-2418

Email: CODEngineering@cod.edu

Math and Natural Sciences Division
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2E06, (630) 942-3210

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    Ryan VanDusenEngineering

    “The academic experience at COD is tough, but I enjoyed it. My teachers, and especially the engineering program, were very good. We get to design, test and manufacture the product from start to finish, which allows our engineers to learn the all the process is product development. This takes time up front but after a while, the knowledge we gain allows us to design new concepts for manufacturability, which gets us to market faster. I’m leaning more and more every day.”

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    “At COD, I can pace myself appropriately, and I value the quality of education over the speed at which I complete my coursework. I am grateful to professors like Dr. Richard Jarman, who show real interest in the success of their students. Dr. Jarman understands the human element in education and uses his vast talents to see that his students reach their potential. It is to him that the opportunity at Northwestern was made possible.”

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    "My time at College of DuPage has given me a solid educational foundation and only strengthened my desire to become an engineer. I learn best in a competitive environment. Professors David Smith and Scott Banjavcic have been excellent advisors as they keep pushing us to outperform ourselves. My friends and I kept challenging each other and brought out the best in ourselves. There is no dearth of opportunities at COD, and I did my best to take advantage of as many as possible.”

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    “Since my education is most important to me, the education at COD is rigorous and enriching, which will give me the edge I need in my field. The amount of support I have found from the faculty and staff is enormous. In every department, from admissions to student life, I have seen the willingness of the staff members to help students succeed.”

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    Aaron CarstensEngineering

    “The program challenges me in my coursework and is helping me develop a quality work ethic and study habits which will be key skills in my future. Also, Professor Scott Banjavcic has given me advice and has shared insight from his time working as a professional engineer, which has already helped and will continue to help. The facilities at COD are also great and make learning easier.”

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    “Being a part of the Honors program was a phenomenal experience. After the first semester of classes, it was nice to see familiar faces and be able to discuss material from different courses with the same core group of students. I also recommend that you get to know your professors. That’s the easiest way to stay interested in your courses, as well as to see what lies ahead in your field or other fields.”

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