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Programs in the Industrial and Engineering Technology department give you an edge in the large industries of manufacturing and engineering. The programs teach the latest technology. Train to start a career in two years or less working in advanced manufacturing, electronics, robotics, computers, or computer-aided technology.

Programs

Possible Career Paths

Starting Wages

Civil & Construction
Engineering Technology

Civil Engineering Technicians

$35,800-$52,200

CNC Machining &
Tool-Making Technology

Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators

$29,500-$37,400

Machinists

$28,100-$37,500

Electromechanical Engineering Technology

Electrical & Electronics Repairers, Commercial/Industrial Equipment

$37,000-$49,600

Electronics Engineering Technology

Electrical & Electronics Engineering Technicians

$42,400-$56,500

Heating & Air Conditioning

Heating, AC, & Refrigeration Mechanics & Installers

$31,100-$46,400

Industrial Automation
Technology

Industrial Machinery Mechanics

$31,600-$43,300

Machinery Maintenance Workers

$29,100-$41,000

Sustainable Construction
& Design

Carpenters

$27,400-$39,300

Drywall & Ceiling Tile Installers

$26,200-$37,700

Mechanical Insulation Workers

$29,600-$38,200

Welding

Welders, Cutters, Solderers, & Brazers

$26,900-$35,000

Soldering & Brazing Machine Setters, Operators & Tenders

$29,900-$36,900

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