Engineering DEPARTMENT Announcements:
Cabrillo College offers a comprehensive engineering program that prepares students for transfer with full junior standing to four-year engineering colleges/universities in California and across the United States.
Presently, California universities that grant BS degrees in engineering count on community colleges to provide approximately 50% of their junior class.
Contact Jo-Ann Panzardi; Chair/Instructor Engineering Department
Rm 811, Aptos Campus; 831-479-6497 or email@example.com
Spring 2017 Semester: Tuesday, January 17, 2017
6:00 – 8:00 pm --- Cabrillo's Aptos Campus, Bldg. 800, STEM Center, Rm 834
The engineering faculty will describe Cabrillo's engineering program, review the engineering courses, and advise you on which classes to take.
Attend Cabrillo College’s
ENGR 5 Engineering as a Profession course
(for College and High School Students)
Through the use of class discussions, videos, tours, design projects, and speakers from industry, ENGR 5 students will explore the many options of an engineering career.
Spring 2017 Semester: Thurs, 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm
Location: Rm 810 on Cabrillo’s Aptos Campus
Aug 1 - 5, 2016; Mon - Fri; 9am - 3pm:
Girls in Engineering: Design and Build
Aug 8 - 12, 2016; Mon - Fri; 9am - 3pm:
Boys in Engineering: Design and Build
High School and College Engineering Programs:
July 11 - 28, 2016; Mon - Thurs; 9:30am - 12:20pm:
Cabrillo College course ENGR 5 Engineering as a Profession
(register through Cabrillo's process)
Cabrillo College's engineering program began in 1960, the second year of the college's operation. Cabrillo's engineering program provides the complete first two years of coursework which prepares you to transfer with full junior standing to all four-year engineering college/universities in California and across the United States.
Engineering is one of the top ten majors at Cabrillo with more than 300 students majoring in engineering. Some popular engineering majors:
BENEFITS of CABRILLO's ENGINEERING PROGRAM:
Cabrillo’s engineering program offers you:
The quality of education, the individualized attention, the convenience, and the cost are the advantages of coming to Cabrillo. History has proven that Cabrillo students do as well as, and frequently better than, those students who started as freshman at the four-year schools.
All the diversity of the student population is present in the engineering student body and active in many of the engineering student clubs:
Link to Active clubs
Cabrillo has connections to many engineers throughout Santa Cruz County and beyond through our 1000+ alumni. Many make a major impact on Santa Cruz county as they have returned to occupy a wide range of positions in the public and private sectors of business and professional life in our area. Many have assisted in providing part-time and summer jobs for current engineering students. Alumni are employed in professional practice throughout the state, nation and even abroad. Former students are a major source of gifts to the engineering scholarship fund and have endowed other awards.
Cabrillo's engineering coursework follows a pattern established by the California Engineering Liaison Council (ELC). Cabrillo engineering has been a major player in this group for a third of a century.
Contact Jo-Ann Panzardi, Chair/Instructor
Engineering Department, Rm 811, Aptos Campus
831-479-6497 or firstname.lastname@example.org