Engineering Technology

Learn the applied technology that supports industrial, electrical/electronic & mechanical engineering.

Design, build and test solutions to real-world problems! In a program that has achieved Project Lead the Way National Accreditation, you’ll learn engineering concepts and technology such as applied logic, problem-solving, digital electronics, computer aided design, robotics and computer-integrated manufacturing. The hands-on, project-based approach lets you apply your skills to real situations. Imagine designing, building and testing a more efficient electric car or developing a device to aid amputees in giving themselves insulin. In practice, you’ll pick your own real-world problems to solve and graduate ready for a college engineering program.

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Students have the opportunity to acquire the following certifications:

  • Yaskawa Motoman FS100 Basic Programming with Material Handling (IACET Approved)
  • Autodesk Inventor Certified User Certification
  • OSHA 10-Hour Safety
  • CPR/First Aid

Student Organization

What skills will I learn?

  • Engineering Design
  • Robotics/programming
  • Computer aided design
  • Electricity/electronics
  • Quality control
  • Applied logic
  • Computer-integrated manufacturing
  • Computer applications
    • Microsoft Office
    • MultiSim
    • ROBOPro
    • Edgecam
    • MDSolids
    • Autodesk Inventor
    • Xilinix ISE
    • RoboCell

What types of equipment are used:

  • Dual trace oscilloscopes
  • Power supplies
  • Logic probes & pulsers
  • Robotics work cell
  • CNC mill
  • Structural stress analyzer
  • Specialized hand tools
  • Computer applications
Where do you want to go?

Computer Engineer, Robotics Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Systems Engineer, Biomedical Engineer, Civil Engineer, Mechanical Technologist, Industrial Engineer, Robotics Technologist, Chemical Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Electronics Technologist

Engineering & Science Technologies Career Field


Year 1

4.0 elective OR 3.0 elective; 1.0 Alg. II/Trig OR Pre-Calc (optional) 
(Students must have successfully completed Alg. II or be enrolled in Alg. II during the second year of the program.) 

Year 2

4.0 elective OR 3.0 elective; 1.0 Alg. II/Trig OR Pre-Calc



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