Engineering Technology, A.S.

The Engineering Technology, A.S. degree prepares students for the challenging, but highly-regarded careers of industrial machinery mechanics; general and operations managers; production and operation worker supervisors; and supervisors of mechanics, installers and repairers.

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Program Overview & Requirements

Program Purpose:
To prepare students for employment as industrial machinery mechanics; general and operations managers; production and operation worker supervisors; and supervisors of mechanics, installers and repairers.

Program Length:
60 credit hours

Academic Division:
Business, Industry and Technology

Contact:
(850) 201-8352 or techedu@tcc.fl.edu

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Course Information


General Education (15 credit hours)


Note:


To satisfy State Board of Education Rule 6A-10.030, students must earn a grade of “C” or better in any Communications, Humanities, Social Science or Mathematics course used to fulfill general education requirements.

Program Courses (45 credit hours)


First Semester


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Looking for a faster option to get into the workforce?

Consider one of these certificates:

By 30 credit hours

By 45 credit hours (75% completion)

  • Meet with Career Placement Coordinator in TCC Career Center
  • Complete graduation check workshop online.
    (You will receive an email notification when you are eligible.)
  • Review your degree audit in TCC EagleNet

Last semester

Contact information

Business, Industry and Technology
P: (850) 201-8352
E: techedu@tcc.fl.edu

Advising
TCC Main Campus
Student Union Building, Second Floor
P: (850) 201-8440
E: advisingcenter@tcc.fl.edu

Tallahassee Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and baccalaureate degrees. Click here for more information.