Start your engineering career at Midland College!
We are here to help.  Call us at 432/685-4525 or 432/685-4561.

Register NOW for fall Engineering classes:
Introduction to Engineering - Mondays & Wednesdays, 1:00-2:50 p.m. or Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1:00-2:50 p.m.
Engineering Graphics - Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5:30-8:20 p.m.
Statics - Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:30-10:50 a.m.

engineering"Everything we do is to help students be successful and advance into their careers as quickly as possible.  Engineers must be one-half scientist and one-half businessperson.  A good engineer knows how to research and use science to find a solution to a problem and then apply that solution to the real world.  My goal at Midland College is to ensure students who are interested in pursuing engineering careers are prepared for their future classes and beyond."
Dr. Brian Flowers, MC Engineering and Physics Instructor

Midland College prepares students for transfer to any engineering program across the state of Texas and the United States.  Courses are offered in small class settings in a relaxed, comfortable environment and at 1/3 the cost of state universities. 

Pre-engineering courses offered at Midland College include Calculus I (MATH 2413), Calculus II (MATH 2414), Calculus III (MATH 2415), and Differential Equations (MATH 2420) along with University Physics I (PHYS 2425) and University Physics II (PHYS 2426).  In addition to providing students with a strong mathematics and physics background, Introduction to Engineering (ENGR 1201), Engineering Graphics (ENGR 1304), Statics (ENGR 2301), Dynamics (ENGR 2302), and Engineering Economics (ENGR 2308) provide students with experience and knowledge in first-level engineering courses that transfer to any university within the state of Texas.

Coursework is only the beginning to the pre-engineering experience at Midland College!  Students are strongly encouraged to participate in the Midland College Engineering Club.  As club members, students benefit from invited speakers who share their experiences in the field of engineering, participate in study groups for mathematics, physics, and engineering, build projects for campus events such as Science Extravaganza and SeeMC, in addition to learning details about the different fields of engineering.

Brian Flowers, Ph.D.Brian Flowers, Ph.D.,
Office: 113 AHSF, Phone: 685-4586

Dr. Brian Flowers is an instructor of engineering and physics at Midland College. He earned his bachelor's degree (2011), master's degree (2013), and doctorate (2016) at the University of Alabama where his research focused on microfluidics and novel carbon capture solvents. His research efforts afforded him the opportunity to present at several national and international conferences.  Currently, Dr. Flowers teaches Introduction to Engineering, Engineering Mechanics (Statics and Dynamics), Engineering Graphics, and Physical Science.  In addition to his teaching responsibilities, he also sponsors the MC Engineering Club.  He is passionate about teaching and is excited by the potential of the pre-engineering program at Midland College. Away from campus, Dr. Flowers enjoys traveling and hiking with his amazing wife. 

For more information about the Pre-Engineering program, please visit and "Like" the Midland College Engineering Club Facebook page.