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Engineering & Technology Education

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Career Cluster Overview

Are you detail-oriented? Do you want to know how things work or enjoy solving problems?

Engineering and Technology workers do scientific research in laboratories or the field. Others plan or design products and systems. For example, you might oversee the construction of roads, develop systems to prevent diseases, or help engineers do research and read blueprints.


Middle School CTE Courses
  • Digital Information Technology (BTMS, ITMS)
High School CTE Courses
  • Power and Energy Technology (FPCHS)
  • Advanced Manufacturing (FPCHS)
Postsecondary Certificates
  • Engineering Technology Support Specialist
  • Applied Technology Specialist
  • Computer-Aided Design and Drafting
Associate Degrees
  • Drafting and Design Technology
  • Electronics Engineering Technology
  • Simulation and Robotics Technology
Bachelor Degrees
  • Engineering Technology
  • Electrical Engineering Technology
  • Civil Engineer
  • Industrial Production Engineering
  • Materials Engineering
Industry Certifications
  • Microsoft Office Specialist 

  • Mastercam Certified Mill Level 1 (CPgM1) 

  • MSSC Certified Production Technician (CPT)***

***Counts toward college credit in these programs: 
-15 credits in Engineering Technology OR 
-9 credits in Manufacturing Technology OR 
-6 credits in Electronics Engineering Technology

Clubs and Activities to Explore
  • SkillsUSA
  • STEM/Science Club
  • Lego League 
  • Science Fairs
  • Robotics
  • Math Counts