If you are looking for a career in a fast-paced, growing field that allows you to
get hands-on with technology, engineering may be the program you want.
A.S. in Electrical Engineering
If you opt for an associate degree in electrical engineering, you will spend your
first two years on campus completing general education requirements along with first-
and second-year engineering classes. After that you will be eligible to receive an
associate degree. If you wish to continue, you can earn a Bachelor of Science in mechanical
engineering from the University of Arkansas while completing all your coursework on
the UAFS campus. Click here to learn more.
A.S. in Mechanical Engineering
If you are interested in a career that will expose you to emerging technologies, let
you use your hands, and prepare you for high-paying jobs or further education, the
Associate of Science in Mechanical Engineering may be the place you want to start.
Click here to learn more.