Engineering Technology Programs

Associate Degrees

Electronic Instrumentation Technicians configure, program, calibrate, install and troubleshoot instruments that measure and control processes in automated and industrial environments. The process controlled systems maintained by these technicians are central to such production facilities as chemical plants, power plants, automotive and tire manufacturing, and many other automated control applications. Other job responsibilities for these technicians include maintaining precision measuring instruments ...
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Electronic Instrumentation Technicians configure, program, calibrate, install and troubleshoot instruments that measure and control processes in automated and industrial environments. The process controlled systems maintained by these technicians are central to such production facilities as chemical plants, power plants, automotive and tire manufacturing, and many other automated control applications. Other job responsibilities for these technicians include maintaining precision measuring instruments ...
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Electronics engineering technicians assist in the design, development, testing, and maintenance of advanced control systems used in automated production facilities. These technicians work in power plants, chemical production facilities, automotive and tire manufacturing, food processing plants, and environmental control agencies, as well as many other automated control applications. Engineering Technology is applied to a wide variety of systems in the ...
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Electronics engineering technicians assist in the design, development, testing, and maintenance of advanced control systems used in automated production facilities. These technicians work in power plants, chemical production facilities, automotive and tire manufacturing, food processing plants, and environmental control agencies, as well as many other automated control applications. Engineering Technology is applied to a wide variety of systems in the ...
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The nature and purpose of the Engineering Design Technology (EDT) program at OCtech is to prepare graduates with demonstrated professional competence in converting engineering products, ideas, and solutions into 2D CAD drawings and 3D CAD parametric drawing models. Students produce 3D prototypes, allowing them to experience the capabilities of the manufacturing process. Specific skills mastered by Engineering Design Technology majors ...
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Certificates

This program is designed to introduce the student to basic entry-level Computer Aided Design. Topics include two-dimensional engineering drawings and parametric 3D modeling. For admission into this program you must be a high school graduate or possess a GED and take the college's placement test or have met the college's SAT or ACT requirements. Certificate17 semester hours ...
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This program is designed for students desiring advanced computer aided design skills to generate drawings. Topics include piping layouts, P&ID, process pipedrafting, parametric 3D modeling, and 3D residential design. For admission into this program you must be a high school graduate or possess a GED and take the college's placement test or have met the college's SAT or ACT requirements. Completion of Computer Aided Design I Certificate (or a determination of your experience and capabilities, ...
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This program is designed to introduce basic entry-level skills that are required for a career in radiation protection or health physics. Topics include nuclear math and theory, as well as fundamentals in radiological safety. Graduates will be in a position to take basic field certification examinations. The program also provides opportunities for persons currently working in engineering or technology positions to expand employment opportunities. Enrollment in this certificate requires the approval of the Dean of ...
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