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Our mission is to develop problem solving skills and subject matter competencies through effective educational methods.


The Engineering program at East Central College offers students the opportunity to complete the first two years of engineering and general education classes before transferring to their chosen University. Our students may transfer to any 4 year engineering program but they benefit from two articulation agreements, one with Missouri University of Science and Technology (Missouri S&T) and the other with South East Missouri State University.


One program of study is an AS in Transfer Engineering. This degree includes the basic physics and calculus classes, as well as upper level science and engineering electives.  Our students participate in classroom design and robotics projects. ECC awards the AS degree allowing students to focus on any of 15 different fields of engineering.  Students may earn their BS in Engineering at their transfer institution. 


The AA in Engineering Technology (SEMO articulation) is another degree offered.  This program includes basic calculus, physics and chemistry classes as well as hands on mechanical and electrical classes in state of the art facilities.  Students may earn their BS in Engineering Technology at their transfer institution.


Our Faculty promote:

  • Lifelong learning through the use of traditional and new teaching methods, technology, laboratory experience and course assessments.
  • They ensure that all students have a set of fundamental skills necessary for their future coursework at their transfer institution. These skills should include the following: a) presentation skills; b) laboratory skills; c) computer skills; and d) problem-solving skills.
  • Student interaction through group projects, field trips and the ECC Engineering Club



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Mathematics & Physical Science



Division Chair


Ann Boehmer

Mathematics & Physical

Science Chair

636-584-6679  Off: CC212


Union Faculty


Dr. Isaiah Kellogg

Engineering, Physics, Physical Science

636-584-6685   Off:  CC232


Support Staff


Linda Arrington

Instructional Program Assistant, Pre-Engineering

636-584-6677 Off: CC227






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