This program provides students with the foundational skills such as CAD, print reading, machine shop and safety, the manufacturing process, and electronics needed to become an entry-level technician to work with experienced technicians as well as engineers.
The General Engineering Technician program is the common Certificate to three existing Associates Degrees such as: Advanced Manufacturing Technician, Industrial Engineering Technician, or Mechanical Engineering Technician.
General Engineering Technician program is stackable certificate and mapped to the common skills and knowledge as described in Standard Occupational Code (SOC) SOC 17-3027 of Bureau of Labor Statistics. The rigor of the program is set by Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET) standards, which has the requirement of Pre-Calculus and Physics.
Program Goals and outcomes:
The General Engineering Technician certificate include10 courses and students must successfully complete all 27 units of required coursework as set forth below.
(Y1 or S1)
|ENG GEN 101||Introduction to Engineering and Engineering Technology||2||S1|
|EGD TEK 102||Engineering Graphics with Intro to GD&T and 2 D CAD ||3||S1|
|IND TEK 106||Shop Math and Measurements||2||S1|
|MIT 101||Machine Shop Training and Safety||2||S1|
|Math 260||Pre-Calculus ||5||S1|
|IND TEK 103||Technical Writing & Communication||2||S2|
|IND TEK 104||Print Reading with GD&T||2||S2|
|MIT 201||Manufacturing Processes||3||S2|
|ENG TEK 101||Engineering Technology Applications||2||S2|
| PHYSICS 011|| Intro. to Physics ||4||S2|