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Students majoring in engineering, industrial, and emerging technologies may pursue the associate of applied science degree in a variety of engineering programs. Engineering is a field in which scientific principles and techniques are applied toward solutions of problems in business and industry. The engineering technician typically works as a member of a professional team (technician/ technologist), assisting the engineer and coordinating work performed by skilled workers. Areas of responsibility include: research, design, development, supervision, sales and production. Applied industrial technology technicians use similar abilities, with emphasis on areas of supervision, operations and skilled maintenance in a variety of areas. These areas include health care facilities, educational institutions and industrial settings.

In addition to these programs, the engineering, industrial, and emerging technologies division offers a number of career enhancement certificates designed to enhance specific sets of skills.

Bachelor's degree:
In most of the associate degree programs, all or nearly all courses may be applied toward a bachelor's degree in technology. Bachelor's degree requirements and course transferability are controlled by the institution to which the student plans to transfer.

High school students:
High school students graduating from a college tech prep program can get a head start on their engineering associate degrees.

For more information, please call Stark State's Office of Admissions/Student Services at (330) 966-5450.