The Engineering Technology program at Arkansas State University offers a diverse curriculum of study designed to provide our students with the broad background necessary to be competitive and successful technologists in today’s mainstream industrial workforce. This program prepares students for a wide range of technical careers ranging from manufacturing, management, operations, and upcoming renewable energy sector. Engineering Technology graduates develop, manage and improve productions processes in a wide range of industries.
Our program is oriented to providing training to both traditional as well as non-traditional students, who are already in the workforce. This program has two intertwined objectives: serving the needs of quality technical education in the region, and supporting the local industry and economy by providing a qualified workforce.
- Computer Systems
- Manufacturing and CAD
- Technical Studies
Graduates of the Engineering Technology program find positions in wide range of manufacturing and service sector. Here is a partial list of jobs which require a degree in Engineering Technology
- Computer aided design and drafting Technologist
- Manufacturing Technologist
- Industrial Technologist
- Manufacturing Supervisor
- Technology consultant
- Quality Assurance Specialist
- Materials Technologist
- Computer systems
- Network administrator
- Computer Systems administrator
Curriculum and degree requirements can be found in the most current Undergraduate Bulletin.