Engineering at Mission
Engineers Create the World
We have over 25 engineering specialties, with more added each year.
When Courses are Offered (Fall and Spring Semester Schedule)
Solve problems. Learn about the Engineering design process. Work with circuits. Draft 2D and 3D models. Learn a programming language.
- Combine principles of mechanics, engineering, & computing to create & improve new technology that contains artificial intelligence.
- Work on the forefront of technology.
- Mechatronics (AS)
- Mechatronics (C)
- Computing, circuits, calculus, & more.
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STEM Academic Support
Accelerated math classes, specialized support, STEM resources including tutoring. We have your back at Mission.
- MESA - STEM skills & professional development.
- STEM Core - accelerated math and support.
- STEM Center - tutoring and assistance.
- Honors - For highly-motivated students.
During my time at Mission I was able to explore and figure out what I wanted to do with my life. I decided that I was going to become an engineer. I would invent something that helps people, and start a business around it. I also learned how to be a good student, and I took business classes in addition to STEM ones. Teachers at mission were friendly, helpful, and encouraging.
Monal Parmar '14
Engineering Transfer Student and FounderRead His Story
Courses to Consider
Intro to Engineering (EGR 010)
Learn about engineering disciplines: which Engineering is the best fit for you?
Engineering Graphics and Design (EGR 025)
Engineering graphics based on conceptual sketching and computer aided design (CAD) are used to develop visualization tools for design.
Computing for Engineers (EGR 030)
This course introduces software development using a high level language such as C or C++. Solve problems through software programming techniques and by interfacing software to hardware circuits.
Engineering Physics-Mechatronics (PHY 004A)
This course in mechanics is the first in a series of engineering physics courses, is a calculus-based study of forces, energy and momentum.
Intro to Circuit Analysis (EGR 024)
An introductory course in the analysis of DC and AC electric circuits using techniques based on Kirchoff's laws, Ohm's law, and Thevenin's and Norton's Theorems.
- Attention to detail.
- Ability to think logically.
- Reliable under stressful situations.
- Troubleshooting skills.
- Communication skills.
- Teamwork and collaboration.
Select Jobs in the Field
- Aerospace Engineer.
- Agricultural Engineer.
- Automotive Engineer.
- Biomedical Engineer.
- Chemical Engineer.
- Civil Engineer.
- Computer Engineer.
- Data Engineer.
- Drafting and Design Engineer.
- Electrical Engineer.
- Geological Engineer.
- Marine Engineer.
- Mechanical Engineer.
- Petroleum Engineer.
- Software Engineer.