Engineering Technology

Welcome to Engineering Technology!

To learn more about our department, you can go to any of our programs listed below.

Electrical Automation & Robotics

Students may be employed in many different occupations found within the electrical trades. They may work in mining industries, steel mills, processing plants, oil refineries, power plants, manufacturing, semiconductor industries, electronics companies and chemical industries. Read More


Engineering is an exciting major in terms of professional career opportunities, job satisfaction and compensation. Career options exist in many engineering fields including: Aerospace, Biological, Biomedical, Chemical,Civil, Computer, Electrical, Environmental, Irrigation, Manufacturing, Materials, Mechanical and Systems.Read More


The Mechatronics program offers one degree at this time: the Associate in Applied Science (AAS). An Associate in Applied Science degree is known as a “job ready” degree. The majority of classes you will take will be major specific classes and you will only have six general education classes to complete. The AAS degree requires a total of 69 credits. This is approximately 23 classes depending on the level of math and english you begin at. This type of degree will give you the experience needed to get a job and start a career. Please visit the course requirements area to see a list of all required classes. Read More