Last updated 3/17/2014
Certificate Code 5781
Glenn Saddoris, 309-796-5283, firstname.lastname@example.org
Advising Center, 309-796-5100
Graduates of the Engineering Technology Electro-Mechanical Certificate program will be equipped to operate in the new technological environment and will have a valuable skill that employers need to remain competitive in the global market.
Course of Study Outline – Courses (Credit Hours)
ENGT 103 — Fundamentals of DC Circuits (2)
ENGT 163 — Fundamentals of AC Power (3)
MATH 123 — Technical Algebra/Trigonometry (4)
ENGT 168 — Logic Systems I (3)
ENGT 210 — Mechatronics I (3)
ENGT 215 — Experimental Testing Systems (3)
Minimum total hours required for a certificate (18)
Gainful employment is one important measure that students and parents should pay attention to as they examine colleges and programs. All non-degree programs must be designed to lead to gainful employment in a recognized occupation in order to be deemed eligible for federal student aid. These programs are generally less than 2 years in length and result in a certificate.