Engineering Technician Degrees
Engineering technicians can work in several specialized areas, including electrical, electronic or civil engineering. They’re responsible for assisting engineers and scientists as they create solutions to complex technical problems. They also collect data, build and set up equipment, and record experimental results.
Being an engineering technician is a challenging and exciting career where no two days are the same. If you’re a creative type who enjoys working with numbers, consider getting your degree in this field.
Pick your program, then apply to get it paid for.
- Environmental Technology – 1-Year Program, Diploma OR 2-Year Program, AAS Degree
- Automation Engineering Technician/Advanced Manufacturing – 2-Year Program, AAS Degree
- GPS/GIS Mapping – 1-Year Program, Diploma
- Wi-Fi & Broadband Technologies (Telecom) – 2-Year Program, AAS Degree
- Civil Engineering Technology – 2-Year Program, AAS Degree
- Land Surveying Science Technology – 2-Year Program, AAS Degree
- Mechanical Engineering Technology – 2-Year Program, AAS Degree
Western Dakota Technical College
- Computer-Aided Design – 2-Year Program, AAS Degree
- Environmental Engineering Technician – 2-Year Program, AAS Degree
A degree in agriculture can take you just about anywhere in the industry. You can work inside or outside doing anything from teaching and research to working with animals.
For people who enjoy cars, working with their hands and solving problems, a career as an automotive technician can really drive your future.
Building Trades / Construction
A degree or certification in the construction trades can lead to employment as a construction manager, cost estimator or building inspector.