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Associate in Engineering Science (AES)

Harper College
4 semesters
Associate's degree
Scholarships available
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Harper College

About this program

Associate in Engineering Science (AES)

By combining design, mechanics, mathematics, economics, and practicality, engineers across specialties create the structures, plans and systems we all use everyday in our daily life. 

Harper College can help you get started in a engineering career. Through courses focused on mathematics, science and technology, you will be well prepared to transfer to a four-year institution to receive your engineering bachelor’s degree, while receiving a high-quality education, close to home.

Admission requirements

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Program content

First Semester:

  • General Chemistry I
  • Introduction to Engineering
  • Composition
  • Calculus I

Second Semester:

  • Composition
  • Calculus II
  • General Physics I: Mechanics

Third Semester:

  • Calculus III
  • General Physics Ii: Electricity and Magnetism
  • Computer Science I

Fourth Semester:

  • PHY 203 
  • EGR 211, EGR 212, EGR 240 or EGR 265
  • Differential Equations

Scholarships & funding

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About this institute

Harper College

Harper College, one of the United States’ premier community colleges, is located in the northwest suburbs just 30 miles (48 km) northwest of Chicago, Illinois. Harper offers more than 50 fields of study and more than 450 popular general education...

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Why study at Harper College

We build a community for our students by providing events and services that promote participation in the collegiate experience.

Many of our classes have smaller class sizes (less than 30 students) than our 4-year counterparts, so our students have more personalized interactions with their instructors.

Harper has a robust transfer program, with several different options for transferring credits to four-year universities in the US. These include transfer-ready programs, dual degree programs, and 2+2 agreements with universities.


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Contact info

Harper College

1200 West Algonquin Road
60067 Palatine Illinois
United States of America

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