This program of study focuses on providing foundational technical skills suitable for entry-level work placement in common fields of engineering technology. Specifically, it is focused toward providing both dual-enrolled high school students and adult learners looking to rapidly change professions with opportunities to utilize classroom learning and on-the-job internship opportunities to achieve knowledge and skills, jobs and possible articulations into higher degree programs.
CORE REQUIREMENTS: (16 HRS.)
DRFT 111 Drafting I (3)
ELEC 111 Electronics Fundamentals (4)
ENGR 111 Introduction to Engineering (3)
ENGR 121 Engineering Graphics (3)
ENGR 122 Engineering Methods (3)
RELATED REQUIREMENTS: (4 HRS.)
MATH 150 Pre-Calculus (4)
ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATION: (8 HRS.)
ELEC 121 Electronic Fundamentals II (4)
ELEC 122 Digital Circuits (4)
MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATION: (6 HRS.)
ENGR 117 Computer Integrated Manufacturing I (3)
ENGR 127 Computer Integrated Manufacturing II (3)
** 12 hours may be earned through dual-enrollment**
NOTE: See First-Year Student Success Course Requirement on Page 8.
TOTAL 26 CREDITS MIN.