The Associate of Science degree in Engineering Technology with concentrations in Electronics, Instrumentation, and Process Plant Technology is designed to offer students an opportunity for specialized training and education in the fields of engineering and science technologies. The technicians employed in these fields understand the principles used by engineers and scientists, and are skilled in installing, maintaining, inspecting, producing, and distributing goods and services of a technical nature. They are members of engineering and science teams and often have important roles in planning, research, and supervision. The need for engineering and science technicians is growing and the shortage is increasing. Research has shown that on the average industry utilizes five technicians for each engineer or scientist.
- Associate of Science
- Electronics Concentration (E)
- Instrumentation Concentration (I)
- Process Plant Concentration (PP)
Associate of Science
|Physics 151 (with lab)||4|
|Courses for Concentrations 4,5,6||44(E) or 43(I) or 44(PP)|
|Total Hours for Degree||71-73|
|Major Courses||37(E) or 36(I) or 40(PP)|
1Electronics and Instrumentation students take TECH 104; Process Plant students take CPST 101 or CSCI 102.
2Process Plant students take SPCH 201, 222, or 306.
3Process Plant students take ECON 203.