Today's rapidly changing world requires professionals familiar with the equipment and applications used in technological fields. Our engineering technology program will expand your understanding of applied engineering and the intersection of science, math and computer programming. You'll also gain experience with welding, CNC machining, 3D printing and other techniques.
Thanks to our partnerships with government and industry, you'll have opportunities to apply what you learn in the real world, which will prepare you for a successful career. Regional employers trust our program, and almost all graduates are employed within a year of graduation.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) UpdateWe're still here for you! The department of Engineering Technology remains open virtually but is not accepting in-person visits at this time. Please call the office at 815-753-1349 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for a phone meeting or a virtual meeting.
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- B.S. in engineering technology
- B.S. in technology: applied manufacturing technology (Online)
- Minor in computer engineering
- Minor in biomedical engineering