Academics
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
School of Engineering and Industrial Technologies Academic Programs

The School of Engineering and Industrial Technologies offers students the opportunity to meet the current needs for today's technology driven society.

Each certificate and degree program has a primary purpose: either employment or transfer. Students work with academic advisors who assist them in determining and pursuing their self-identified academic and career goals.

Program Type Available
Evening/
Online*
Advanced Manufacturing Technology A.O.S. Program can be completed by attending entirely in the evening
Architectural Technology A.A.S.  
Automotive Management A.A.S.  
Automotive Technical Services A.O.S.  
Automotive Technical Services-Autobody Repair A.O.S.  
Civil Engineering Technology A.A.S. Program can be completed by attending entirely in the evening
Computer Aided Drafting Certificate  
Construction Certificate  
Construction Technology-Building Construction A.A.S. Program can be completed by attending entirely in the evening
Electrical Construction and Maintenance A.O.S. Program can be completed by attending entirely in the evening
Electrical Engineering Technology-Electronics A.A.S.  
Electrical Technology: Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology A.A.S.  
Heating/Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Technical Services A.O.S.  
Mechanical Engineering Technology A.A.S.  
Mechatronics - New Fall 2015 Program! A.A.S.  
Overhead Electric Line Worker Certificate  
Photovoltaic Installation Certificate Program can be completed by attending entirely in the evening
Semiconductor Technology Certificate  
Telecommunications Technology - Verizon A.A.S.  
Wind Technician Certificate  

Key to Degrees Earned:
A.A. = Associate in Arts
A.S. = Associate in Science
A.A.S. = Associate in Applied Science
A.O.S. = Associate in Occupational Studies
A description of associate's degrees is available in the College Catalog-Policies and Procedures section.

Program can be completed by attending entirely in the eveningProgram can be completed by attending entirely in the evening.

The following programs have been deactivated and as such, applications are no longer being accepted:

Alternative Fuels
(Deactivated Fall 2013)
Certificate
Architecture Technology
(Deactivated Fall 2015)
Certificate
Automotive Technical Services-General Motors
(Deactivated Fall 2012)
A.O.S.
Computer Aided Drafting
(Deactivated Fall 2013)
A.A.S.
Heating Systems
(Deactivated Fall 2011)
Certificate
Network and Information Technology
(Deactivated Spring 2009)
A.A.S.
Plant Utilities Technology
(Deactivated Fall 2013)
A.A.S.
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
(Deactivated Fall 2011)
Certificate