The Associate of Science in Engineering: General Program is designed for students who plan to pursue a bachelor’s degree in engineering or a related field. Engineers take scientific discoveries and apply them to everyday life. Students interested in designing useful things using math and science should consider this program. The required courses cover essential introductory topics including Study and Careers in Engineering and Production Design Drafting. The general engineering program provides students with a broad survey of the types of engineering they can specialize in. While most graduates pursue advanced studies, this degree can qualify job seekers for certain positions such as engineering technician. Students who intend to transfer should contact their faculty advisor and the institution they will be attending to make sure they are taking the right courses.
*Costs are estimates and are subject to change. Please visit the tuition and fees details page for precise details or call 417-447-7500. Degree time/credits vary with students' enrollment and course completion. Graduation retention varies by case. For program enrollment, retention, exam/certification, and employment rates visit Student Outcomes/Student Right-to-Know. Salary information is provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Some careers on this list may require additional education and training. For program-specific accreditation visit OTC Accreditation.
Admission to Ozarks Technical Community College is open to all individuals who can benefit from its educational programs. A focus of the college mission is on the academic, career and personal goals of the student. OTC may admit you as a First-Time student just completing their high school, GED or HiSET requirements or as a Transfer student coming from another institution finishing up a certificate or degree. For more information, visit OTC Admissions.
Wondering how you’re going to pay for college? At OTC, we believe that cost shouldn’t be a barrier to earning a degree. Our staff will work with you to make a financial plan. To browse the resources available to you, see paying for college.