Keep the wheels in motion. Our two to three year Mechanical Engineering Technology program trains you to provide technical support and services in the design, development, maintenance and testing of machines, components, tools, heating and ventilation systems. In your first year, you'll learn the basics of mechanical engineering technology. In your second year, you'll learn advanced machine design, computer-aided drawings and specifications, building systems including HVAC, and engineering manufacturing operations and processes.
If you’d like to install, configure and operate electronic systems and machinery of all sizes, our two-year Electronics Engineering Technology: Industrial program is for you. Get to know industrial electronic applications including motor controls, power control and conditioning, opto-electronics, sensors and signal conditioning, programmable logic controllers, power generation and distribution systems. Your first year covers basic training in electronics engineering technology, while your second year immerses you in various key components to industrial electronics.
Have a positive impact on our planet by learning how to be a “green” engineer technologist. Our two-year Electrical Engineering Technology: Alternate Energy Systems program introduces you to the production, distribution and installation of electrical energy systems, with an emphasis on sustainable energy sources such as wind, solar and geo exchange.
Change skylines and redirect traffic with our Civil Technician program. Learn what it takes to provide technical support to scientists, engineers and other professionals working on a range of construction and engineering projects. As a civil technician, you will provide technical support and services to scientists, engineers and other professionals.
"Highway and Municipal specialists help create the most efficient path from Point A to Point B. You'll learn civil engineering technology fundamentals, innovative design skills, highway construction planning, and water and sewerage system operation. Many courses in your first year are common with other technology programs and provide flexibility for credit transfer. As the population continues to grow, efficient roads and drinking water systems remain vital."
If a hard hat and building big stuff is for you, consider our two-year Civil Engineering Technology: Construction Management program. Take an in-depth look at construction principles and practices, equipment and management-related topics. Our on-the-job practicum readies you to assist in planning, organizing, directing, controlling and evaluating construction projects. Manage blueprints, contract documents and budget from start to finish, and according to schedule. Your first year of training covers the basics of building engineering technology.
It’s what makes a building more than just a box. From electrical, lighting, heating and air conditioning, to alarms and fire and water protection services, our two-year Civil Engineering Technology: Building Systems program covers everything that makes a building more than a shell. Learn exciting skills to assist in the design of mechanical systems for residential and commercial buildings. While your first year covers the basics of building engineering technology, year two moves into mechanical and electrical systems, architectural drawings, structural and industrial designs.
Get to the core of water and drainage systems. If you want to learn to stop leaking faucets and install water systems, the Plumbing program is for you. You learn how to assemble, install and repair pipes, fixtures and fittings used for water distribution and drainage systems in buildings. As you gain experience in the use of hand and power tools, you work from basic blueprints to layout, and install a complete plumbing system including a water supply network, hot water facilities, sewage systems, drainage piping and plumbing fixtures, according to existing building codes.
As natural gas, propane or oil become more popular in homes and industry, the booming resource needs capable hands to install it. Are you interested in working in the field of natural gas, propane or oil? Then our two-year Fuels Technician program may be for you. Fuels Technicians are responsible for work related to the installation, operation, maintenance, inspection and repair of systems related to the distribution or consumption of natural gas, propane or oil. To work as a Fuels Technician, you must be licensed in the field of natural gas, propane or Oil Burner Mechanic (OBM).
As an Industrial Electrician, you install, maintain, test, troubleshoot and repair industrial electrical equipment and associated electrical and electronic controls. The Industrial Electrician must be willing to work in a hands-on environment, as well use software for troubleshooting and calibration of equipment. Considerable time will be spent programming and troubleshooting equipment using computer software. This is a 40 week pre-employment program and you will be able to challenge the Apprenticeship Block 1 Examination at the end of the academic year.