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School of Engineering Technology


Department Introduction

School of Engineering Technology

Engineering technologists are implementers and problem solvers. Some help engineers and scientists with research and development. Some build or assemble equipment, do experiments, collect data or calculate results. Others are involved with quality control, checking products, testing and finding ways to produce products more efficiently.

As an engineering technologist, you may work in a wide variety of industries depending on your area of interest and specialization, including aerospace, medicine, environmental sciences, computer science, electronics and software development, manufacturing and construction – virtually any industry in which products are designed, developed or tested.

Engineering technologists who have earned their bachelor’s degree often pursue graduate study in engineering management, construction management, business administration, or similar programs in order to advance in their fields.

Coursework includes algebra, trigonometry, applied calculus and science courses. The level of required math and science study is focused more on application than theory.

Bachelor of Science Information Technology

Prepares graduates for technical positions in the expanding fields of information technology, network security, digital forensics, databases, and programming. Graduates of this program will have a broad understanding of processes that support the development, delivery, management and security of information systems. The program includes detailed course work in all aspects of the IT field including operating systems, networks, programming, digital security and forensics, databases, and web systems.

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology (BSET)

Prepares graduates for technical positions in the expanding fields of industrial operations, mechanical design, or construction design. The primary objective is to provide a broad foundation of theoretical and practical knowledge in the areas of electrical and electronics circuits, mechanics, computers, energy systems, programmable logic controllers, technical economics, and quality assurance. Some associated job titles for graduates include systems engineer, process analyst, technical sales engineer, project engineer and calibration engineer.

Bachelor of Science Engineering Technology - Electrical Engineering Technology Concentration

Prepares graduates for technical positions in the expanding fields of electronics, electrical engineering, digital computing and microprocessors, photonics and lasers. The primary objective is to provide a broad foundation of theoretical and practical knowledge in the areas of electrical and electronics circuits, digital circuits, computers, power systems, programmable logic controllers, microprocessors and control systems.

Admission Requirements

  1. Daytona State College’s bachelor of science degrees in Engineering Technology are offered in a 2 + 2 format, meaning program applicants must have earned an Associate of Science (AS), an Associate of Applied Science (AAS), or an Associate of Arts (AA) degree, with an overall grade point average of 2.5.
  2. Students with a grade point average of between 2.0 and 2.49 may be admitted conditionally. AA graduates may be admitted to the program with the approval of the program chair. Those with AA degrees who have completed all core general education courses will be required to complete a total of 18 credits in appropriate technical prerequisite courses. AS/AAS graduates must complete additional core general education courses.
  3. Applicants who have not earned an associate degree may be admitted to these programs if they have earned at least 60 BSET transferrable credits with a grade of “C” or better in all core general education courses. Applicants in this category must otherwise meet all other requirements for admission, which will be granted by approval of the program chair.

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For more information on the Computer Science program visit the School of Computer Science page.