The Associate in Science (AS) degree in Engineering Technology includes a specialization in advanced manufacturing.

By earning this degree, students earn 63 college credits and two industry certifications: Manufacturing Skills Standards Council Certified Production Technicians (MSSC CPT) and Siemens Mechatronics Associate Certification. They are eligible to automatically transfer as juniors to bachelor’s degree engineering programs at Daytona State College, Florida A&M University, Miami-Dade College, and the University of West Florida.

Year 1 – First Term
Credits
English Composition 1
3
College Algebra
3
First-Year Experience Seminar
1
General Physics
4
Mechanical Measurement and Indstrumentation
3
Industrial Safety
3
 
 
Year 1 – Second Term
Credits
Humanities Elective
3
Social Science Elective
3
Introduction to Electricity and Electronics
3
Engineering Technology Elective
3
Electromechanical Components and Mechanisms
3
 
 
Year 2 – First Term
Credits
Motors and Controls
3
Introduction to PLCs
3
Introduction to Quality
3
Hydraulics and Pneumatics
3
Hydraulics and Pneumatics Lab
1
Engineering Technology Elective
3
 
 
Year 2 – Second Term
Credits
Computer-Aided Drafting for Engineering
3
Engineering Technology Elective
3
Manufacturing Processes and Materials
3
Concepts of Lean and Six Sigma
3
Robotics Applications
3
   
Recommended Elections to Earn Additional Automation and Lean College Credit Certificates
Credits
Automated Process Control
3
Production and Inventory Control
3
Special Topics in Modern Manufacturing (or)
3
Manufacturing Internship (or)
 
Technical Writing
 
   
Recommended Electives to Earn an Additional Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) Machinist College Credit Certificate
Credits
Introduction to 3D CAD
3
Computer Numerical Control (CNC) I
3
Compuer Numerical Control (CNC) II
3