Getting Your Engineering Technology Bachelor’s Degree
Whether you’ve decided on continuing your education after earning an associate degree in an engineering technology field, or you’re a working professional deepening your skills and broadening your career prospects, you’ll find a nationally recognized engineering technology program at New England Tech where you can earn your engineering technology bachelor’s degree.
What to Expect from our Engineering Technology Bachelor’s Degree Programs
Building on core technical skills, you’ll prepare for the next level in careers centered on civil, electrical, or mechanical engineering technology . With the engineering technology bachelor’s degree programs, you’ll get an accelerated, flexible schedule and faculty who are industry leaders, so you can identify the best career fit and work towards that from day one. You’ll master the skills you need for real-world projects thanks to hands-on education that gives you mastery of your engineering technology field. Gain insight and learn to problem solve across the full breadth of your industry, and position yourself as a must-have engineering technology professional at any organization.
All engineering technology bachelor’s degree graduates can continue their studies for just 18 more months to earn a Master of Science degree in Engineering Management.
Career Opportunities with an Engineering Bachelor’s Degree
With an engineering technology bachelor’s degree, graduates can choose from a range of exciting career options, since you’ll be qualified to apply for positions in architectural building engineering, cybersecurity and network engineering technology, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, rehabilitation sciences, and software engineering.