Daytona State College

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FLATE – Engineering Technology Degree Finder

Degrees:

  • Associate in Science Degree (A.S) in Engineering Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology Degree (BSET)
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (BSIT)

Specializations:

  • Digital Design & Modeling, Electronics
  • Mechatronics
  • Electronics

Certificates:

  • Applied Technology Specialist
  • Computer-Aided Design & Drafting
  • Electronics Aide
  • Engineering Technology Support Specialist

Contact Information:

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Contact: Dante Leon
E-mail: Dante.Leon@daytonastate.edu

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology (BSET)
Contact: Dr. Ron Eaglin
E-mail: eaglinr@daytonastate.edu
Program E-mail: BSET@daytonastate.edu
Phone: 386.506.4176

Associate in Science Degree (AS) in Engineering Technology
Contact:
Anindya Paul
E-mail: anindya.paul@daytonastate.edu
Phone: (386)506-4155

Program Description:

After earning an AS degree in E.T., students may transfer to the B.S. degree in Engineering Technology in the program at DSC.  Students in the B.S.E.T program learn to analyze, apply, implement and improve existing technologies as they prepare to engage in product development and improvement, manufacturing and engineering operational functions at a higher level than achieved in the Associate in Science programs. All A.S.Engineering Technology degrees of any specialization/tract in Florida articulated seamlessly to Daytona State College B.S.E.T. Degree.

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DSC Lab Photos:

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Local Employers:

Teledyne, AO Precision, Raydon, Medtronic, B Braun Medical, Boston Whaler, Dougherty Manufacturing, GermFree, Volusia Manufacturers Association (VMAonline.com), approximately 400 small/midsize manufacturing firms.

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This material is based upon work developed with funding from the National Science Foundation and revised, updated and disseminated with support from funds available under the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act of 2018 (Public Law 115-224) and the Florida Department of Education.