General Engineering Technology

Associate in Applied Science

The General Engineering Technology program prepares students to become generalists. It equips them with a strong mathematics, science, humanities, and general technology background to solve problems in the workplace. This program’s interdisciplinary approach is particularly attractive to those seeking technological skills, career enhancement, upward mobility, and/or transfer to a baccalaureate degree program. Students may tailor individualized programs to meet specific educational and/or professional goals. 

Program Outcomes
Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates should be able to: 

  • Apply mathematics and sciences to general engineering 
  • Apply human and communication skills to work effectively 
  • Plan and implement manufacturing processes 
  • Apply knowledge of computer applications to general engineering technologies 
  • Use basic skills in 2-dimensional computer-aided drafting (CAD) 
  • Explain and understand engineering graphics and conventional drafting practices 
  • Understand the fundamentals of electricity 
  • Understand mechanics and statics




For more information contact:

Eric Flynn
(203) 285-2371 


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