Engineering Technology - Alternative Energy Systems Concentration (AS 2550A)
Type of Award
AS - Associate in Science
The Engineering Technology program is designed for the student who is seeking an A.S. degree and preparing for a career in the engineering technology field or general electronics or alternative energies fields. It is also designed for employees in these fields who seek further education and career advancements. The skill set and knowledge acquired in the program applies to a variety of industries: manufacturing, engineering, aerospace, power, transportation and others.
Course content includes core courses in both electrical and mechanical engineering with special programs in advanced technology, alternative energy systems and electronics.
Program Learning Outcomes
For detailed information, visit www.palmbeachstate.edu/learningoutcomes/Program-Learning-Outcomes.
- Have a standard high school diploma or GED;
- Complete an Application for Admission, located at www.palmbeachstate.edu/admissions/Admissions-Applications.aspx
Students must successfully complete all courses listed in the catalog for this program.
The program can be finished in two years of full-time enrollment or three years of part time.
The program is offered at the Palm Beach Gardens campus.
For More Information
Robert VanDerVelde, Associate Dean, firstname.lastname@example.org, (561) 207-5416
Oleg Andric, Associate Professor, email@example.com, (561) 207-5414
Brenda Lesser, Administrative Assistant, (561) 207-5055
Upon completion of this program, you may seek employment in an entry-level position with a broad base of skills in engineering technology. There will be expanded employment opportunities due to Florida’s projected additional engineering technologist needs. Job titles include technician in engineering technology, electronics, engineering, research and development, testing, drafting, alternative energies, or as engineering assistants, technologist.
Career Path Notes
Courses from this program may transfer to other colleges and universities which allow students to transfer into a four-year program. For more information, contact the college or university to which you wish to transfer.
For more information about employment opportunities including job outlook and salary information visit:
Occupational Outlook Handbook: http://www.bls.gov/oco/
O-Net Online: http://online.onetcenter.org/