2021-2022 Course Catalog

Engineering Technology

The Engineering Technology program is an integrated, cross-disciplinary degree program that prepares the student for a career as an engineering technician in a manufacturing or industrial environment. Due to the high level of integration in this program, the student may choose from several career paths (concentrations/specialties), including CNC Technology, Electrical Systems, Facilities Maintenance, Fluid Power Systems, Instrumentation Systems, Machine Repair, Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Mechanical Systems, and Sequestration. Students may earn a degree in any one of the following specialties: CNC Technology, Electrical Systems, Facilities Maintenance, Fluid Power Systems, Instrumentation Systems, Machine Repair, Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Mechanical Systems, and Sequestration. While each concentration contains a unique set of courses overall, each contains the same general education and technical core courses. Students interested in several specialties will earn only one Engineering Technology degree but may earn multiple certificates.

The classrooms and laboratories are equipped with modern and commonly used industrial components, tools, machines, and systems. While attention is given to classroom theory, hands-on skills required for success in this rapidly growing field are especially emphasized. Upon successful completion of this program, the student will be ready to install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair modern industrial systems. Major employers are automated industrial plants, processing plants, contractors, field service centers, technical sales, and training centers.

Students completing ENGT 100, ENGT 105, ENGT 131, and ENGT 160 are eligible for the Manufacturing Skills Standards Certification.

These are career and technical education programs. Some courses may not transfer to four-year institutions.

Available Degrees and Certificates