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Engineering and Technology

For a future in the Engineering and Technology pathway, students should study and apply principles from advanced mathematics, life science, physical science, earth science, space science, and technology. In addition, future engineers and technologists should learn certain processes in mathematics, science and technology.

Drafting & Design

Electronics

Project Lead the Way

Courses in engineering and technology will help prepare students who may be interested in careers such as: 

  • Civil Engineer
  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Aeronautical Engineer
  • Agricultural Engineer/Technician
  • Application Engineer
  • Architectural Engineer
  • Automotive Engineer
  • Biomedical/Biotechnology Engineer
  • CAD Technician
  • Chemical Engineer               
  • Civil Engineer
  • Communications Engineer
  • Computer Engineer
  • Computer Programmer/Engineer
  • Electrical Engineer/Technician
  • Geothermal Engineer
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Manufacturing Engineer/Technician
  • Marine Engineer             
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Metallurgist
  • Mining Engineer
  • Nuclear Engineer               
  • Petroleum Engineer
  • Product/Process Engineer
  • Survey Technician
  • Systems Engineer
  • Technology and Engineering Teacher
  • Telecommunication Technician and Engineer 

Education Requirements

Engineering and Technology education can be obtained in technical colleges and institutions, two-year community colleges and universities. Academic foundations for engineering and technology are laid in high school, in course work as well as through participation in engineering and technology student organizations and student competitions. Student organizations include the Technology Student Association (TSA), the Junior Engineering Technical Society (JETS) and SkillsUSA (High School Technology Education student organization).

Information provided by: www.careerclusters.org