The Electrical Power Technology Pathway is articulated with Bismarck State College (BSC) and provides access for individuals interested in career pathways into the transmission and distribution sectors of the energy industry, by offering online Electric Power Technology classes to students enrolled in the Connecticut Community College System (CCCS).
The Engineering Science associate degree program prepares students primarily to transfer to complete a B.S. degree in chemical, civil, computer science, electrical, mechanical, or materials engineering. Graduates will receive a background in mathematics, science, and general education courses for transfer into a four-year program.
Prepares students primarily to transfer to complete a B.S. degree in civil, mechanical, manufacturing, composite, or computer engineering technology.
Prepares students primarily to transfer to complete a B.S. degree in automotive, construction management, environmental safety, electrical engineering, manufacturing and energy. Graduates will receive a background in mathematics, science, and general education courses for transfer into a four-year program.
Prepares students primarily for employment in the advanced technology manufacturing workforce. Students can take manufacturing courses in Print Reading, Manufacturing Process , Machining Precision, CNC, Solidworks, and MasterCAM.
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The Connecticut College of Technology is an innovative program leading to a Bachelor of Science Degree in engineering or technology. The program consists of two distinct pathways, one in Engineering Science and one in Technological Studies. After completing the Technological Studies Pathway Program, students may enter directly into technical fields at Central Connecticut State University or Charter Oak State College (Connecticut’s External Degree Program). The Engineering Science Pathway leads directly into the School of Engineering at the University of Connecticut, the University of New Haven, University of Hartford, CCSU, or Fairfield University. The pathway courses will transfer to engineering and technology programs at many other public and private universities as well.
Consultation with a faculty advisor is strongly recommended.
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