The School of Professional Studies' Associate of Science in Engineering Technology* program at Trine provides you with knowledge and competencies in design, manufacturing, testing, technical sales, and maintenance industries. In addition, it satisfies an industry demand for engineering technicians.
As an engineering technician, you will use principles and theories of science, engineering, and mathematics to solve technical problems in research and development, manufacturing, sales, construction, inspection and maintenance. You will gain the skills to specify, test, document, operate, sell or maintain engineering systems.
*Availability is limited to the School of Professional Studies at:
General Education 32 Hrs.
*ENG 103 English Composition I (3)
*ENG 133 Technical Communication (3)
*SP 203 Effective Speaking (3) or
COM 163 Interpersonal Communication
Social Sciences and Humanities
*Humanities Elective (3)
*ECO 213 Microeconomics (3)
General Education Elective (3)
Math and Science
*MA 113 College Algebra (3)
*MA 123 Trigonometry (3)
*CH 144 Chemistry - Ideas and Applications (4)
PH 154 College Physics I
Engineering Technology Core 48 Hrs.
ETD 103 Basic Technical Drawing (3)
ETD 113 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (3)
ETD 123 Manufacturing Materials & Processes (3)
ETD 163 Environmental Health and Safety (3)
ETD 173 Computer Aided 3-D Modeling (3)
ETD 203 Basic Mechanisms (3)
ETD 233 Engineering & Manufacturing Systems (3)
ETD 243 Statics & Strength of Materials (3)
ETD 263 Design, Analysis, & Prototyping (3)
ETD 273 Electrical Fundamentals (3)
ETD 293 Introduction to Computer Numerical Controls (3)
UE 111 Adult Learning Orientation (1)
Total in Degree Program 66 Hrs.