Engineering Technology Program

Engineering Technology

How do I know if ET is right for me?

  • Do you have the ability to communicate verbally and graphically?
  • Do you have a creative and innovative mind?
  • Do you possess engineering and technical aptitude?
  • Do you understand the implications of new information for both current and future problem-solving and decision-making?
  • Do you have the ability to understand complex issues?
  • Can you be comfortable with new technologies?
  • Are you eager to explore and do you have a desire to learn?
What will you learn?
  • To apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering
  • To develop problem and decision making skills
  • To use appropriate media to communicate professionally and effectively
  • To function effectively as a member of multidisciplinary teams
  • To perform technical skills that are essential to their job      functions
  • To develop managerial and supervisory skills and competencies
  • To continue and engage in life-long learning

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology

Degree Options

Graduates are awarded a B.S in Engineering Technology.

Students with an associate of applied science degree may pursue the Bachelor of Applied and Sciences (B.A.A.S) degree with specialization in Engineering Technology

Graduate Students may also find similar academic interests in:

  • Engineering Technology
  • Business Administration


Renewable Energy


Career Opportunities

  • City, state, and federal government and agencies
  • Energy and renewable energy
  • Defense
  • Agricultural Equipment
  • Aerospace
  • Oil and Gas Industry
  • Transportation
  • Manufacturing and production
  • Industrial distribution and logistics


Dr. Joshua Partheepan
Assistant Professor of Power and Energy Systems
Engineering Building 225
(806) 651-5265