An associate degree often is earned in general areas of study that include the humanities, business, social science, science and technical fields. Credits earned in pursuit of an associate degree can be used toward obtaining a bachelor’s degree. A study in technology can introduce students to the integration of technology within a wide range of industries. Application for computer syst… Read more
An associate degree often is earned in general areas of study that include the humanities, business, social science, science and technical fields. Credits earned in pursuit of an associate degree can be used toward obtaining a bachelor’s degree.
A study in technology can introduce students to the integration of technology within a wide range of industries. Application for computer systems, machines and electrical devices as an option for solving human problems can often become the foundation for these studies.
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As a graduate of the two-year Electro-Mechanical Technology associate degree, you're prepared for the electro-mechanical technician career as well as a number of other related ... +
The Mechanical Technology program at Clinton Community College is designed to prepare students for employment in the manufacturing industries. Students who successfully comple ... +
Prepare for a high-tech manufacturing career with Gateway’s Advanced Manufacturing Technology associate degree program. Advanced manufacturing combines mechanical, electronic ... +
The Computer Engineering Technology program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary for computer industry positions that address both computer hardware and s ... +
Montana State University-Northern offers an American Design Drafting Association (ADDA) certified Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Design Drafting Technology.
Logistics Engineering Technology combines coursework from Supply Chain Management, Engineering, and Computer Science. The program mixes convenient online courses with hands-on ... +
The intent of the AAS curriculum is to allow students maximum flexibility in the selection of subject matter. Students may pursue a curriculum focus in automotive technology, ... +
To provide a rapid response to an anticipated workforce shortage for the motorsports industry within the mid-Atlantic region.
Although the terms “electrical and electronics engineering” are often used interchangeably in academia, they are quite different in the industry. Our Electronics Engineering T ... +
The College of Engineering, Technology, and Management (ETM) are a multidisciplinary college offering degree programs at multiple Pacific Northwest locations.
The Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Guided Pathway includes programs that scientifically study the physical world to create and improve innovations that impac ... +
Develop the skills you need to be a productive team member in an engineering department. Learn how to work with mechanical engineers to prepare and interpret drawings of produ ... +
Designed to provide fundamental knowledge of and experience with industrial electronic components and systems to learn job skills applicable in a variety of technical environm ... +
The Applied Technology Field of Interest programs gives you the hands-on skills you need to design, develop, or repair high-tech equipment and processes.
Many students need preliminary math and writing courses before enrolling in the program requirements. These courses may increase the total number of program credits. Students ... +