Engineering Technology Department

Program Description Duration (terms) Credit Hours
Civil Engineering Technology - Civil Program This program uses classroom and laboratory experiences to provide students with technical and analytical skills in a number of areas. Some of the areas included are: surveying, soil mechanics, transportation, environmental engineering, and CAD applications. This instruction prepares them for careers with a variety of potential employers, including surveying and engineering and construction firms. 5 71
Civil Engineering Technology - Graphics Program This program uses classroom and laboratory experiences to provide students with technical skills such as drafting, CAD operations, which will prepare them for careers supporting a variety of industries. 5 73
Electronics Engineering Technology This program uses classroom and laboratory experiences to provide students with electronics engineering technical skills such as building, testing, trouble-shooting, repairing, and modifying electronic equipment or networking systems, which will prepare them for careers with a variety of industries. 5 70
Mechanical Engineering Technology - Mechanical This program uses classroom and laboratory experiences to prepare graduates to work as engineering technicians and related engineering technology positions in various industries and production facilities. The intent is broad-based education that gives the student a number of career choices. 5 72
Mechanical Engineering Technology - Nuclear This program uses classroom and laboratory experiences to prepare graduates to work as engineering technicians and related engineering technology positions in industries relating to nuclear power generation. 5 72

Instructor Sites

Mehdi Ansari

Mike DeRienzo

Dave Edwards

Sal Pisciotta

Kamil Zakhour

Contact Information

For more information:

Elaine Hodges
843.661.8020
elaine.hodges@fdtc.edu