General Engineering Technology
Providing a multi-disciplinary approach, this degree allows students to combine two different technology specialties into one flexible program. This makes the program attractive to students who have completed 20 to 30 credit hours in an engineering or engineering-related major at another college, but were unable, for one reason or another, to complete a degree. The program allows such students to combine those major courses from another technology area and the general engineering core courses, into an associate’s degree which could mean on-the-job promotion and salary increases. For the beginning college student, the general engineering program would permit specialty emphasis combinations that could include some of the latest high-technology oriented courses.
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Department Head, Construction Technologies
Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Division