Engineering and Manufacturing

Put your imagination and skills to work making better technologies for our world. The growing industries of biotechnology and engineering technology offer many opportunities for high-paying careers in Florida and beyond.

Engineering Technology

AS Engineering Technology - 60 credit hours 
Specialized training on state-of-the-art equipment helps students develop the skills for advanced manufacturing careers. Graduates are prepared to earn the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT) industry certification and step into high-skill, high-wage positions.   

Automation Certificate - 12 credit hours
Lean Manufacturing Certificate - 12 credit hours

Pneumatics, Hydraulics and Motors for Manufacturing Certificate - 13 credit hours
Computer Numerical Control (CNC)Machinist Certificate - 12 credit hours

Electronics Engineering Technology

AS Electronics Engineering Technology - 68 credit hours  
Learn to troubleshoot electronic equipment and assist engineers in research, development, and design. Graduates may transfer to any state university offering a BA degree in electronics engineering technology or general engineering technology (electrical track).
Engineering Technology Support Specialist Certificate - 18 credit hours
Electronics Technician Certificate - 31 credit hours

  • Electronics Engineering Technology Contact Information:
    Mr. Tracy Barnes - Program Manager
    Dale Mabry Campus, DTEC 234A
    (813) 253-7537, E-mail:  
    Program Website