College or University: Brevard Community College
Type of degree: A.A.S.
Brief overview of program: The Engineering Technology AAS includes a Composites Fundamentals course and a Non-destructive and Destructive Testing course that will fit into a Marine Technology option within the degree. The option is currently being worked on, and should be developed over the next year. Introduction to Electronics and Applied Mechanics will also be prime courses within a Marine Tech option under this degree.
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Tuition (2007):In State: 1626.00, Out of State: 5928.00
Number of students enrolled in 2007: 20
For the students that enter the workforce, what are the most common occupations that they pursue with this degree or certificate? Any type of Engineering occupation, including Marine Technology or Marine Engineering.
Program of Study:
Description of Facilities: We have both an Applied Mechanics lab and an Electronics lab that are used to build, maintain or repair submersibles used in Aqua-Bot summer programs for middle school students, as well as other projects required in the Engineering program. A boat mold will be used for the Composites course to learn the techniques of composite work.
Program Point of Contact: Sheryl Awtonomow
Department: Workforce Programs
Institution address: 1519 CLEARLAKE RD