Science, Engineering & Math

ACC prepares you for a career in engineering, environmental science, technology, and math. Two engineering institutes lead to Texas A&M; or choose a general studies in science degree that transfers. Explore programs below or request more information.

Credit Programs

Continuing Education

Visit ACC Continuing Education’s Science, Engineering & Math programs and courses here.

Updates from this Area of Study

  • Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering: Degree of the Future

    The modern factory relies on sophisticated computer technology to run operations. Nowadays, factory technicians need specialized skills to operate equipment effectively. As a result, experienced factory workers with a bachelor of manufacturing engineering degree are in high demand. Many manufacturing employees already have an associate degree. Now they can turn that degree into a bachelor of applied technology and take on more responsibility and earn higher wages.  Continue reading
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    When it comes to software developer job skills, coding is just one area of expertise. Successful software developers need to understand general programming language concepts and structure, database architecture, and network infrastructure. Continue reading
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Inside this Area of Study

ACC Engineering: Designed for Success

Photo shoot staged for promoting ACC’s new degree, Bachelors of Manufacturing and Engineering Technology (BMET), on Friday, June 24, 2022, at the RVS Campus.

ACC Engineering Degree Plan

ACC’s engineering degree plan is a roadmap for student advancement. Focused math classes help students advance their skills at every level.

ACC Students work on an engineering project while participating in the Technician/Pre-Engineering (TPE) Institute.

Technician/Pre-Engineering (TPE) Institute

The one-year TPE Institute trains students for a career as an electronics tech. It’s also an excellent way to prepare for the A&M-Chevron Engineering Academy.

TAMU lab on Thursday, October 24, 2019, at the Highland Campus, Building 4000.

Texas A&M-Chevron Engineering Academy

Start your classes at ACC and finish at A&M with a bachelor’s degree in engineering. To learn more and to apply, explore the Academy page.

ACC Biotechnology: Leaders in Science


The Austin biotech industry is booming, and ACC biotechnology students are at the cutting edge of science. Get started on an exciting career in science at ACC.

ACC Bioscience Incubator

ACC’s Bioscience Incubator provides biotechs with state-of-the-art lab facilities and students with internships and job options. Students learn to work in a commercial environment, doing science.

The InnovATEBIO community enhances biotechnology education programs by providing cutting edge professional development for instructors, by improving curriculum, by members making use of technologies, and by creating a system for sharing information among its targeted audiences of community college biotechnology programs, faculty, administrators, students, alumni, trade organizations, and industry.


ACC is also home to the National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded InnovATEBIO National Biotechnology Education Center. Students learn the technical skills that biotech companies are looking for.

ACC Is Your Ticket to Tech

What will you discover in ACC’s Science, Engineering, and Math Area of Study?

Explore degree programs today and break new ground in your education.

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