ET Degree Programs

A.A.S Computerized Architectural and Industrial Design
A.A.S. Computer Engineering Technology
A.A.S. Electronic Engineering Technology
A.A.S. Mechanical Engineering Technology
A.A.S. New Media Technology
A.A.S. Telecommunications Technology
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AS Engineering Science

*The Computer Engineering Technology, Electronic Engineering Technology, and the Mechanical Engineering Technology programs are accredited by Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET (ETAC of ABET). Additional information on ETAC of ABET can be found at ABET, Inc. 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202, telephone 410-347-7700 and at www.abet.org.

After Graduation

Holders of the A.A.S. degree in Electronics, Computer, New Media or Telecommunications Engineering Technology may choose to continue their studies (without loss of credits) in a Bachelor of Engineering Technology program. Most graduates transfer into Bachelor of Engineering Technology (BET) programs at either private or public four year colleges, including:

  • Farmingdale Technical College / SUNY
  • State College at Utica/Rome / SUNY
  • New York City Technical College / CUNY
  • New York Institute of Technology
  • New Jersey Institute of Technology
  • DeVry Institute of Technology
  • York College CUNY

Graduating engineering technicians from the Computer, Electronic, Telecommunication or New Media Engineering Technology programs are widely sought after by industry. They have an excellent record in finding employment and enjoy relatively high starting salaries. Graduates are employed in such diverse positions as computer technician, technical sales representative, electrical designer, electronic technician, research technician, technical writer, and field or customer engineer.

Current and past graduates are employed in many companies in the New York area, including: Airborne Instruments Laboratory, Bell Telephone Laboratories, Consolidated Edison Company, Grumman Aerospace Corporation, IBM Corporation, UNISYS Corporation, and many smaller companies.