FLATE – Engineering Technology Degree Finder
- Associate in Science Degree (A.S) in Engineering Technology
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Mechanical Design & Manufacturing
- Engineering Technology Support Specialist
- Hydraulic & Pneumatic Drive System
Website: Visit PSC’s ET Website
Director Engineering Technology: Mori Toosi
Contact: Dept. of Engineering Technology
Polk State College offers a two-year Engineering Technology Associate in Science degree program that prepares students for employment in advanced manufacturing and high technology industries. Polk State currently offers the Advanced Manufacturing specialization as part of the program. The Engineering Technology Associate in Science degree program is fully transferable to four-year degree granting institutions.
The 18-credit hour technical core of this degree is closely aligned with the national Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT) industry certification. After completing this core, students will be prepared to take the MSSC assessments for the CPT Certification. Students who have already earned the MSSC-CPT will receive 15 articulated credit-hours towards the Engineering Technology degree. Students that have completed their Journeyman Apprenticeship program at Mosaic as either Electrical-Instrumentation-Automation Technicians or as Mechanic-Millwright will receive 16 additional articulated credit-hours towards the Engineering Technology degree.
Engineering Technology Labs at Polk State College
The Engineering Technology degree program at Polk State has support equipment for several areas, mostly in the areas of automation, manufacturing and design. The lab consists of interconnected classrooms and laboratories that allow for hands on exercises with classroom lessons. Equipment used to support automation, production control, troubleshooting, and engineering design include: state of the art PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) trainers from Rockwell Automation, LogixPro PLC simulation software, hydraulic and pneumatic training stations, metrology equipment, industrial controls, electric motors and motor controls, a controlled and instrumented fluid transfer pilot plant, and a CAD computer lab running the most recent version of AutoCAD.
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