Award Type: Associate in Science
The associate degree in engineering technology provides a background for employment as a technician or engineering assistant in support of and under the direction of a professional engineer. The major industries of mining, construction, petroleum, manufacturing, transportation, communications, and public utilities require engineering technologists.
The graduate of the Associate in Science in Engineering Technology will:
- Develop graphic communication skills including orthographic projection; detail and assembly drawings; auxiliaries; sections; dimensioning; and surface development.
- Be able to use computer-aided drafting and design CADD software to create, modify, delete, transfer, and plot graphic files used to produce complete engineering drawings.
- Develop familiarity with the principles and application of engineering drawing, including, freehand sketching, pictorial drawings, engineering lettering, dimensioning, sections, auxiliary, surface finish, standard and geometric tolerancing, threads, and fasteners.
- Develop the ability to use advanced technical drawing techniques on a CAD system to solve design component problems requiring details and assemblies.
A major of 24 units is required for the degree.
|Course Number||Course Title||Units|
|CS 111||Fundamentals of Programming 1||4.0|
|ET 100||Computer Aided Drafting and Design||3.0|
|ET 140||Engineering Drawing||3.0|
|ET 145||Advanced Engineering Drawing||3.0|
|ET 117||Print Reading and Interpretation||3.0|
|PHYS 141||General Physics 1||4.0|
|PHYS 142||General Physics 2||4.0|
General Education Requirements
General education requirements are groups of courses required of all degree candidates regardless of their major in addition to the program requirement courses listed above. To see what other requirements you need to fulfill, visit myHancock and click on the DegreeWorks icon.