Engineering, Technology and Manufacturing
Engineering Technology introduces you to the world of electrical, manufacturing, mechanical and chemical engineering. You will receive a broad overview of the electro-mechanical skills, computer knowledge and application skills necessary for ET and can then choose an area of specialization in manufacturing, computer-aided drafting/design or mechanical engineering technology.
Connecticut employers are seeking technology graduates who have a strong math/science background and who are well grounded in the application of technology to workplace problems. Business and industry needs technical people who have knowledge in several areas of ET to improve areas such as robotics and numerical control. Because of this, special funding is available for a number of ET programs.
A course in engineering technology is required before you can register for the degree program.