>> Applied Technology
The applied technology major is designed to serve those individuals who wish to continue their technology-related community college education.
>> Computer Engineering Technology
Computer Engineering Technology graduates apply the theories and principles leraned in designing, analyzing, programming and maintaining computer and digital control systems.
>> Electronic Engineering Technology
The Electronic Engineering Technology major is designed to prepare students for employment on engineering teams in product design and development, in production and automation, in instrumentation and communications or in technical sales and operations.
>> Manufacturing Engineering Technology
The Manufacturing Engineering Technology major is closed to new students. If you are interested in this type of major please take a look at Product Design and Development Program below.
>> Mechanical Engineering Technology
The Mechanical Engineering technology major is designed to provide graduates with a strong technical foundation that integrates the methods, materials, machinery and power resources found in modern industry graduates to find employment in companies that manufacture raw materials for these industries.
>> Polymers and Coatings Technology
The polymers and coatings curriculum is designed to provide the background necessary for graduates to find employment in companies that manufacture and use paints, coatings, rubber, plastics, polymers,adhesives and inks, or in companies that manufacture raw materials for these industries.
>> Product Design & Development
Students majoring in Product Design and Development are prepared for a wide range of job opportunities. Product design and development relies on more than just software. It involves concept generation, material selection, cost considerations, prototyping, tool design, and manufacturing.
Companies successfully competing in the global economy rely heavily on innovation and new product design and development. Product designers will be in demand for areas such as automotive, consumer goods, consumer electronics, aerospace, and furniture.
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