Engineering Technologies

CIP: 15.9999

Explore Engineering & Advanced Manufacturing

The Engineering Technologies program prepares students for high-demand, life-sustaining, STEM careers in the engineering, welding, fabricating and manufacturing fields. This comprehensive curriculum covers the history, philosophy, principals, ethics, safety and quality control associated with engineering and manufacturing. Students will learn about computer-aided design, electronics, fluidics, hydraulics, mechanical advantage, mechanical drawing, robotics, strength/properties of materials and precision measurement.

Students will have the opportunity to take an invention from concept to design to production by utilizing our 3D printers, plasma cutter, CNC machine and welding systems.


Engineering Technologies

Instructor: Rock Durant
Location: Aston

Successful Students Need:

College Prep courses; Algebra I, II, & Geometry; Critical Thinking; Trouble Shooting; Active Learning & Listening; Manual Dexterity

Career Opportunities:

  • Aircraft Line Assembler
  • Aircraft Structural Mechanic Composite Fabricator
  • Rotorcraft Structural Technician
  • Sheet Metal Repair Technician
  • Machinist
  • Welder

2-year college degrees

  • Aviation Maintenance Technician
  • Electro-Mechanical Technician
  • Lead Avionics Technician
  • Mechanical Engineering Technician 1-2 year Licensing Training: Airframe & Powerplant

with 4-year college degrees or higher

  • Aviation Structural Engineer
  • Electro-Mechanical Engineer
  • Technical Specialist
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Engineering Technologist
  • Electrical Engineer


  • • OSHA 10 • NCCER Level I Welding • Solidworks: Certified Solidworks Associate • Certified Welder (AWS)