Problem-solving. It’s a skill employers look for and one you can be sure you’ll master in our engineering technology programs.
As part of a professional team, an engineering technician puts scientific principles and techniques to use in a wide range of challenges in business and industry. You’ll assist an engineer in research, design, development, supervision, sales and production.
Steering your career to engineering seems like a solid bet for your future. Civil engineering technicians, for instance, are predicted to see employment growth shoot up by 17 percent during the next several years – faster than average, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Job prospects for other engineering technology majors also will be excellent, especially for those who’ve completed training from an accredited program like Stark State’s.
Your associate degree can propel you into the world of work or can be a solid foundation for a bachelor’s degree in engineering. We also offer career enhancement certificates designed to enrich specific job skills.
Solving problems in engineering technology could be the right answer for your future.