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Engineering Technology Majors

More than twenty five major specialties are recognized in the fields of engineering, computing, and engineering technology. In most countries, degrees in these fields are accredited to ensure that the programs provide students with a top notch education. Select a degree field from the list below to learn about engineering technology career paths, or visit this page to explore engineering and computing career paths.

Architectural Engineering Technology

Architectural engineering technology graduates often work in architectural offices and assist in the building planning, design, construction, and operations or maintenance planning.

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Bioengineering Technology

Bioengineering Technology graduates focus on biomedical equipment. They may work on designs or applications, or may be responsible for installation planning, operation, or maintenance for biomedical equipment.

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Chemical Engineering Technology

Chemical engineering technology graduates usually are employed in industries producing pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and petroleum products, among others. They work in laboratories as well as processing plants.

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Civil Engineering Technology

Civil engineering technology graduates help civil engineers to plan and build highways, buildings, bridges, dams, wastewater treatment systems, and other structures, and to do related research.

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Computer Engineering Technology

Computer Engineering Technology graduates work in many industries at tasks including analog and digital design, microprocessor hardware and software applications, network administration and design, and digital communications.

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Electrical Engineering Technology

Electrical and electronics engineering technology graduates help to design, develop, test, and manufacture electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, radar, industrial and medical measuring or control devices, navigational equipment, and computers.

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Environmental Engineering Technology

Environmental engineering technologists work closely with environmental engineers and scientists in developing methods and devices used in the prevention, control, or correction of environmental hazards.

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Industrial Engineering Technology

Industrial engineering technology graduates study the efficient use of personnel, materials, and machines in factories, stores, repair shops, and offices. They prepare layouts of machinery and equipment, plan the flow of work, make statistical studies, and analyze production costs.

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Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Manufacturing Engineering Technologiy graduates work in teams with others to develop tools, processes, machines and equipment to make quality products at a reasonable cost.

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Mechanical Engineering Technology

Mechanical engineering technology graduates help engineers to design, develop, test, and manufacture industrial machinery, consumer products, and other equipment.

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Other Engineering Technology Degree Areas

In addition to the main engineering technology fields covered within this site, there are many ABET accredited engineering technology programs in other areas.

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Engineering Majors

More than 25 major specialties are recognized in the fields of engineering and engineering technology. Select a degree field from the list below to find out more:


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