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1 Engineering Technology

2 CORE CLASSES ARCH-110 / CAD Fundamentals ARCH-135 / Technical Drawing
ENGR-100 / Intro to Engineering Technology ENGR-106 / Intro to Engineering Applications ENGR-205 / Engineering Tech Leadership & Supervision ENGR-279 / Engineering Technology Capstone ENGR-296 / Engineering Technology Co-op

3 Architectural Engineering Major
Job Titles Architectural Technician CAD/Drafting Technician Construction Manager Project Engineer CAD Operator

4 Civil Engineering Major
Civil Engineers Design & Construct: Bridges Highways Dams Buildings Environmental Services Oil & Gas Facilities COTC Students Learn: Materials & Testing Surveying Site Engineering Hydrology Structures Blueprint Reading Civil CAD Software

5 Civil Engineering Job Titles
Civil Engineering Technician Field Supervisor / Project Leader CAD Technician / Operator Engineering Design Technician Transportation Technician Structural Technician Survey Technician Materials Tester/Inspector

6 Certificates COTC 1 Year Computer Aided Drafting/Design
ARCH-110 CAD Fundamentals 2.00 Tech AU ARCH-115 3D Design with SketchUp 1.50 ARCH-135 Technical Drawing 3.00 CIVIL-235 Structural Steel & Concrete ARCH-111 Advanced CAD SP ARCH-125 Revit Architecture ARCH-190 Architecture I 4.00 CIVL-120 AutoDesk Civil 3D Total 17.50

7 Certificates Heavy Equipment Operator
Ohio Board of Regents 1-Year Certificate The National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) Certification Partnership between COTC and Performance Training Solutions

8 Electrical Engineering Major
What Do Students Learn? Fundamentals of electrical circuits, Electronic communication , and Electrical systems with 70% hand on experiments. Principles of electrical circuits, computer and control systems. Circuits such as amplifiers, OP amp and PLC with 70% hands on Labs Fundamentals of Digital and analog systems and electronic communication with 70% hands on experiments. Fundamentals of energy conservation technologies and home technology systems with hands on instructions

9 ? What do Electrical Engineering Technologists do
Install electrical, computer and control systems Develop and test electrical systems Evaluate and test electronic systems, troubleshoot and diagnose computer systems and diagnostic hardware and software problems Set up, install, and operate electrical, computer and control systems What do Electrical Engineering Technologists do

10 Electrical Engineering Major
Job Titles Electrical Engineering Technician Electrician Electrical System Supervisor Electrical System Operator Sales Engineer Electrical Engineer (with a few years of experience)

11 Mechanical Engineering Major
COTC Students learn fundamentals of: Mechanical, hydraulic, and thermo-fluid systems. Statics and strength of materials. mechanical system components; gears, bolts, mechanisms. Power transmission systems, and conveyor systems. Measurement and instrumentation. Green energy and technologies and HVAC systems. Many labs with 60% hands-on instruction

12 What mechanical engineering technologists do:
Install mechanical, hydraulic and thermo-fluid systems Develop and test mechanical systems. Set up, install, and operate energy generation and use systems. Evaluate and test products using measuring and diagnostic devices to adjust and repair equipment. The average annual salaries are $40,000 with a range of $30,000 through $57,000.

13 Mechanical Engineering Major
Job Titles: Mechanical Engineering Technician Mechanical Drafter Mechanical Assembler Mechanical Engineering Support Field Service Engineer Sales Engineer Mechanical Engineer

14 Manufacturing Engineering Technology
COTC Students Learn: Fundamentals and principles of machining, manufacturing, turning and milling including operating CNC machines. Fundamentals of communications, lean manufacturing, and engineering technology leadership and supervision. Fundamentals of CNC machines including programming and getting involved in Co-op programs.

15 Manufacturing Engineering Technology
What Manufacturing technologists do: Operate metal-removing equipment such as lathes, drill presses, milling machines and grinders, many of which are numerically controlled (CNC). Hands-on manufacturing work like CNC graphic programming and CNC turning and Milling. Could assume leadership positions

16 Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Machinist Manufacturing technologist Manufacturing technician Manufacturing supervisor Manufacturing assembly Job Titles The average annual earnings of manufacturing technicians is about $29, 357 with a range from $22, $39, 747

17 Careers and Pathways Engineering Technology (2 year degree) is about 70% hands-on, 30% theoretical. Engineering Technicians highly desired. Can hit the ground running. Engineering Technicians can stay in the field, or proceed to 4 year degree for more theory (about 30% hands-on, 70% theoretical).

18 Math – 150 Pre-Calculus required
Pre-Calculus is College Algebra and Trigonometry Boot Camp late July early August

19 Something to think about…
A 4-year degree costs over $40,000 (tuition only at OSU) A 2-year COTC degree costs about $10,000 Someone who graduates in 2 years and begins making $32k/year for 2 years is $94,000 ahead of a 4 year graduate by the time they graduate. $30,000 difference in cost of education +$64, years salary $94,000


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