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Manufacturing Industrial Technology: Engineering Technology

The right combination of ingenuity and education can put you on the path to a lucrative career as an engineering technologist. Are you a problem solver who is curious about the way things work? OCTC’s Engineering Technology program could be for you. Our students learn technical skills that prepare them to work in fields such as electronics, industrial automation and computer maintenance. Our program combines exceptional classroom instruction combines with hands-on experience in our state-of-the-art facilities. Many of our graduates go directly into the workforce while others transfer to 4-year universities to pursue bachelor’s degrees.

Available Credentials

Associate in Applied Science (AAS)

  • Electronics: 62-64 credit hours
  • Industrial: 66-68 credit hours
  • Mechanical: 64-67 credit hours

Certificate