Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

An associate in science, an associate degree in information technology, and the other many science, engineering, and math courses at Central Piedmont are an excellent option for students looking to enter a new career, add to their existing skill sets, or prepare for further education in a four-year degree program.

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Associate (Transfer) Degrees


Associate in Arts, Associate in Arts in Dance, Associate in Science, Associate in Engineering, Associate in Fine Arts in Drama, Music, Visual Arts

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Bob L. Moss Civil Engineering Program


The Central Piedmont ABET-accredited Civil Engineering program provides the application of relevant theory of engineering needed by technicians to...

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Computer Engineering Technology


The ABET-accredited computer engineering associate degree is accepted at some institutions as the first 2 years of a bachelor's degree.

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Electrical Engineering Technology


Central Piedmont's ABET-accredited Electrical Engineering degree focuses on the knowledge and skills associated with the installation, maintenance...

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Electronics Engineering Technology


The Central Piedmont ABET-accredited electronics engineering degree was designed to transfer the most technical credits to a university electrical...

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Mathematics Courses


Math courses for general education credit; includes Developmental Mathematics (DMA) courses

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Mechanical Engineering Technology


Prepare for a mechanical engineering technician career to work in NASCAR, manufacturing, product design, sales, service, and more.

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Mechatronics Engineering Technology

Science Courses


Biology and Microbiology, Anatomy and Physiology, Chemistry, Geography, Geology, Physics, and Astronomy courses for general education credit

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Sustainability Technologies


Start a career that will help you find and enforce best practices to reduce the environmental impact of engineering and construction.

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