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Architectural engineering Technicians assist architects, engineers, and contractors.
Civil Engineering Technology graduates play a major role in the design and construction of airports, bridges, highways, pipelines, and water and sewage systems.
Electronics engineering technicians combine practical hands-on skills with a theoretical approach to repairing, maintaining, and troubleshooting electronics equipment including computers, PLCs, electronic instruments and control devices.
The Mechanical Engineering Technology program provides students with the opportunity to enter the engineering technology field as a Mechanical Technician, Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CAD) technician, or as an associate to a Nuclear Auxiliary Operator.
The Alternate Energy Technology Principles Certificate is a two-semester (24 credit hour) program that addresses the fundamentals of alternate energy technology.
The Architectural Computer Graphics Certificate is a two-semester (21 credit hour) program that addresses the basics of architectural drafting.
The Architectural Design Technology Certificate is a two-semester program that addresses the basics of architectural design methodology.
The Architectural System and Codes Certificate is a two-semester program that addresses the basics of architectural systems and the concepts of “designing to code.”
This certificate is designed to provide students with basic computer and local-area network installation and maintenance skills.
The Chemical Technology certificate (CHT) is a three-semester (two regular semesters and one summer session) program that prepares students for employment as technicians playing a major role in the synthesis, manufacture, and analysis of engineered materials, and basic chemical constituents and intermediates.
The main purpose of the design process is to create sets of drawings that provide all the information required to build and assemble mechanical parts and buildings.
The Construction Engineering Technology Certificate is a 25-credit-hour program that addresses the following: principles of engineering project management, engineering properties and testing procedures for construction materials, contract documents and legal concepts, material quantity and cost estimating, surveying, plans and specifications, and highway design.
The Engineering Science Certificate is designed for students desiring to transfer to an engineering program at a four-year institution but who do not necessarily desire an Associate in Science Degree from Midlands Technical College.
The Environmental and Economic Design Certificate is a two-semester advanced program that addresses the fundamentals of energy efficient and environmentally friendly design methodology.
The Environmental Systems Technology Certificate is a two-semester program that covers the fundamentals of analytical instrumentation, water treatment principles, and environmental systems technology.
The Geomatics certificate is a two-semester program that addresses the fundamentals of land surveying and geomatics (modern surveying practice with the application of the Geographic Information System (GIS) and Global Positioning System (GPS).
The Low Impact Land Development/Sustainable Construction certificate is a two-semester program that addresses the following: principles of low impact development including best management practices (BMP) for development conservation, impact and control of storm water runoff and non-point source pollution, computer design for residential and commercial land use applications, concepts of holistic construction, alternative transportation options, water conservation, environmental building design, and the LEED rating system for the civil engineering aspects of project development.
The Mechanical Process Technology Certificate is a two-semester (18 credit hour) program that addresses the basics of mechanical manufacturing processes.
The Mechanical Systems Dynamics Certificate is a two-semester (24 credit hour) program that addresses the fundamentals of dynamic mechanical systems and related industrial skills.
The Mechanical Technology Fundamentals certificate is a two-semester (30 credit hour) program that addresses the fundamentals of mechanical technology
Nuclear Systems Technology program covers the fundamentals of nuclear power systems including nuclear plant components, radiological protection, reactor theory and nuclear plant chemistry.
The Structural Technology Certificate is a two-semester program that examines the engineering properties and testing of a variety of building materials; principles of analysis and design of concrete and steel structures; estimation of material quantity takeoffs and costs; engineering plans and specifications; and legal principles and contract documents for engineering construction projects.