The Associate of Science in Engineering Technology program at Trine University's School of Professional Studies provides you with knowledge and competencies in design, manufacturing, testing, technical sales, and maintenance industries. In addition, it satisfies an industry demand for engineering technicians.
As an engineering technician, you will use principles and theories of science, engineering, and mathematics to solve technical problems in research and development, manufacturing, sales, construction, inspection and maintenance. You will gain the skills to specify, test, document, operate, sell or maintain engineering systems.
An Associate in Engineering Technology degree requires 66 credit hours:
General Education (38 credit hours)
Engineering Technology Core (27 credit hours)
Additional (1 credit hours)