MassBay Engineering programs provide you with the academic background and training you need to pursue a bachelor's degree, or to immediately launch a career in technology or science fields. Engineering programs cover a wide-range of exciting areas such as mathematics and computer science, and engineering technology. Our graduates have transferred to top bachelor of science programs at Boston University, UMass Lowell, UMass Boston, Wellesley College, with many continuing to earn their advanced degrees.
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Associate in Science Degree Programs
Electrical & Computer Engineering
This comprehensive program provides students an overview of the electrical and computer engineering field. Students explore such areas as computer hardware, digital electronics, computer science, and engineering.
This program is designed to enhance students’ interest in the math and science fields by pursuing a career in engineering. The program’s core curriculum emphasizes mathematics, physics, and chemistry — the foundation for all engineering projects. The core curriculum is complemented with courses in engineering design, engineering mechanics, and engineering physics.
Designers translate the ideas, sketches, and specifications of engineers into workable plans and models. Students develop skills and techniques by using the most modern equipment and software, such as AutoCAD®, AutoDesk Revit®, PTC Creo®, SolidWorks®, and MS Project®. Instruction is given in mechanical, electrical, electro-mechanical, architectural, and multimedia design.
Mechanical engineers are active in all engineering functions of a product including creative design, research and development, production and management. Energy, airplanes, automobiles, space vehicles, machinery, earth-moving equipment and medical hardware are but a few examples of the infinite number of products that mechanical engineers have produced through their use of the basic laws of physical sciences.
Advanced Manufacturing Innovation
This is a 12-month, three semester long fast track program that offers a stackable certificate in Advanced Manufacturing. The certificate program is designed to provide students with other pathways in the future, such as a relevant associate degree at a community college or for any student already holding a Bachelor degree, a relevant graduate degree. Through the program, students develop skills necessary in today’s advanced manufacturing industry through completing relevant hands-on course work, projects, and Internship/CO-OP.
Advanced Manufacturing Technology
This is a 12-month, three semester long fast track program that offers a stackable certificate in Advanced Manufacturing. The certificate program is designed to provide students with other pathways in the future, namely an associate degree at a community college or for any student already holding a Bachelor degree, a graduate degree at a university in advanced manufacturing. Through the program, students develop skills necessary in today’s advanced manufacturing industry trough completing relevant coursework, projects and participating in an internship. Graduates may seek positions as detailers, drafters, CAD operators and CNC programmers, and QA/QC Technicians.
Students develop CAD skills and techniques by using the most modern equipment and Software such as AutoCAD®, Pro/ENGINEER®, SolidWorks®, and MS Project®. Instruction is given in mechanical, electrical, and architectural design. Students will use the acquired computer skills from various courses to complete projects in the areas of their interest. Graduates may seek positions as detailers/drafters/CAD operators.