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FLATE – Engineering Technology Degree Finder

 

Degree:

  • Associate in Science Degree (A.S) in Engineering Technology

Specializations:

  • Digital Design and Modeling (DDM)
  • Electronics
  • Mechanical Design and Fabrication

Certificates:

  • CNC Machinist / Fabricator
  • Engineering Technology Support Specialist
  • Rapid Prototyping Specialist
  • Digital Manufacturing Specialist (Coming 2022)

Contact Information:

Website: Visit NWFSC’s ET Website

Contact: Michael Emigh
Email: emighm@nwfsc.edu
Phone:
850-729-6022

Download Complete ET degree program offerings (PDF)

Program Information:

The Engineering Technology AS degree at Northwest Florida College offers a planned sequence of instruction tailored specifically for four specializations:  Mechanical Design and Fabrication and Digital Manufacturing. NWFSC also offers five specializations that are part of the above specialized tracks.  NWFSC College’s ET Degree supports a broad range of high-tech manufacturing and high-tech industry sectors including aviation and aerospace, electronics, metal fabrication, automated production and precision machinery. The 18-credit hour technical core is aligned with the Manufacturing Skills Standard Council’s (MSSC) skills standards.  After completing this core students will be prepared to take the Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC) assessments for the Certified Production Technician (CPT) certification and 15 credits of the ET Core can be articulated for a current MSSC –CPT credential.

Local Employers:
  • AA Tactical
  • Crane Aerospace
  • Crestview Aerospace
  • Fort Walton Machining
  • FPL
  • GS Gelato
  • Kratos
  • Maritech
  • NC Manufacturing
  • R4 Integration
  • US Meltblown

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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.