South Florida State College

FLATE – Engineering Technology Degree Finder


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


  • Advanced Manufacturing


  • Automation
  • CNC Machinist
  • Engineering Technology Support Specialist
  • Lean Manufacturing
  • Mechatronics
  • Pneumatics, Hydraulics, and Motors for Manufacturing

Contact Information:

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Contact: Garrett Lee: Coordinator
Phone: 863-789-7439

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Program Description:

The Engineering Technology Associate in Science degree programs prepare students for employment or provide additional training for persons employed in manufacturing and high technology industries. SFSC offers the Advanced Manufacturing specialization along with six college credit certificates: Mechatronics, Engineering Technology Support Specialist, Automation, Lean Manufacturing, Pneumatics, Hydraulics, and Motors for Manufacturing and CNC Machinist.

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 assessment for the CPT Certification. Students who have already earned the MSSC-CPT will receive 15 articulated credit-hours towards the Engineering Technology degree. The Engineering Technology Associate in Science degree program is fully transferable to four-year degree-granting institutions. This degree will fully transfer to Daytona State College’s Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology (BSET). That program prepares graduates for such jobs as systems engineer, process analyst, technical sales engineer, project engineer, and calibration engineer.

Local Employers

Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc (ADS)/ Hancor
CitraPac, Inc.
Machine Technology, Inc.
Sebring Airport Authority
Steel Blue Fabrication


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.