Engineering

  • Engineering students in the classroom

    Engineering students in the classroom

  • Female engineering student in the lab

    Female engineering student in the lab

  • Engineering students in the classroom

    Engineering students in the classroom

  • Engineering students in the lab

    Engineering students in the lab

  • Engineering students with teacher in the lab

    Engineering students with teacher in the lab

  • Female engineering student in the lab

    Female engineering student in the lab

  • Engineering students in the classroom

    Engineering students in the classroom

  • Male engineering student in the lab

    Male engineering student in the lab

Welcome to the Engineeering department!

Engineers are Artists that use Science, Technology, and Math to create...
Come and play with laser cutters, 3D printers, a water jet, and a whole materials science composite lab.
We encourage students to join clubs, build their own projects, and having fun doing it.

Engineers Make a Difference

Engineering is the art of applying scientific and mathematical principles, experience, judgment, and common sense to make things that benefit people. Engineers solve problems. They improve and develop products to meet consumer and societal needs. They find ways for existing products to work better, last longer, operate more safely, and cost less.

They also look for innovative solutions to global problems. Engineers design bridges and important medical equipment as well as processes for cleaning up toxic spills and systems for mass transit.

It's a Fact

Engineering professions requiring a four-year degree are among the highest paying jobs in Washington, according to the Washington Career Bridge. Source: WA Career Bridge - STEM. For national trends, see https://www.bls.gov/architecture-and-engineering.

Choose from one of four tracks:

If you need assistance in selecting an engineering discipline, please contact us and/or sign up for ENGR 100 during your first quarter .

Aerospace Needs More Engineers

Edmonds Community College is receiving extra funding to support the need to increase the number of engineering students transferring on to 4-year engineering programs. Find out more at: 1,000 FTEs for Aerospace