According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 75% of all jobs require training beyond high school.

How are you going to get there?  What are your options?

If you are a critical thinker, resourceful, inquisitive and goal-oriented, the Pitt-Titusville Engineering Associate Degree program is for you!

Why does an Associate Degree in Engineering Matter?

Mechanical engineering has been around for quite some time, but dramatic improvements in technology since the 20th century have given rise to new fields like biomedical and computer engineering. Students interested in careers in engineering can begin their studies at Pitt-Titusville. Upon successful completion of a required number of courses, students are eligible to relocate to either the Pittsburgh or Johnstown campus to complete their Bachelor of Science degree requirements.

What Societal Need Does It Fill?

The products you use in everyday life are all designed. The development and construction of these products have a specific plan, and engineers are responsible their creation. Even the seemingly simple packages of food you purchase at the grocery store often require a packaging engineer to ensure freshness and safety.

Is There a Demand in This Field of Study?

Yes!!! Engineering is a highly competitive discipline, and Pitt-Titusville graduates with associate degrees are employed in companies like PennDot, National Fuel, Penelec, and others. Fields of engineering study include: chemical and petroleum, civil and environmental, electrical, industrial, material science, mechanical, bioengineering, computer, engineering physics, energy resources, and manufacturing systems.

The curriculum at Pitt-Titusville offers three tracks of study, determined by the candidate's placement at the time of admission.

Three-Year Track    Students who need to take pre-algebra coursework
Two-Year Track      Students prepared to take college algebra or trigonometry
One-Year Track