Engineering Technology with Specializations in
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Supply Chain Automation
Associate in Science Degree (CIP# 1615000001)
The Engineering Technology Associate in Science (A.S.) degree is designed to train you to become a skilled technician capable of installing, repairing and maintaining equipment and systems used in operations that involve manufacturing and production, logistics, and supply chain automation technology.
This state-of-the-art program offers a broad background in electronics, industrial components, computer control software and hardware applications, industrial control circuits, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), hydraulics, pneumatics, welding and robotics. You will also receive specialized courses in automated manufacturing and material handling distribution systems, including automated process control–preparing you to work in trades such as manufacturing, food production, supply chain and distribution industries, as well as servicing and maintaining amusement park rides.
Students are strongly encouraged to consult a career program advisor in the department office for assistance in determining the best education plan for their career goals.
Although scheduling may not always provide for the following progression of courses, students should use the foundation, intermediate and advanced course sequence as a guide in program planning.
All degree-seeking students must satisfy entry testing requirements and satisfactorily complete all mandatory courses in reading, student success, mathematics, English, and English for Academic Purposes in which the student is placed.
Alternative Ways to Earn Credit toward this Degree
Graduates of specific programs at Orange Technical College and Osceola Technical College, as well as other institutions may be eligible to receive college credit for courses in this program. You may also be eligible to receive credit toward this degree if you have earned one of the approved Gold Standard industry certifications or Career Pathways credit. To learn more about Valencia’s award of credit options, visit https://valenciacollege.edu/academics/programs/as-degree/credit-industry-certification-agreements.php. Eligible students should contact the Career Program Advisor in their academic department for more information about the requirements for the award of credit.
Degree-seeking students enrolling at Valencia for the first time will have a limited range of courses from which to choose for their first 18 college-level credits. Within the first 18 college credit hours, you will be required to take ENC1101 (3 credits), and if applicable, SLS 1122 (3 credits) and a mathematics course appropriate to your selected meta-major (3 credits). The remaining courses will be chosen from the General Education Core Courses in humanities (3 credits), science (3 credits), or social science (3 credits), and/or the introductory courses within the A.S. degree programs. For specific courses see the Foundation Courses on the “Program Requirements” tab. For course sequencing recommendations, see your Career Program Advisor or create an education plan by logging into Atlas, clicking on the LifeMap tab and clicking My Education Plan.
- Industrial Technician
- Automation Technician
- Maintenance Technician
- Machinery Maintenance Worker
- Supply Chain Automation Technician
Salary & Earnings Information
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To learn more about this program, contact Enrollment Services at email@example.com or 407-582-1507 or
Contact the Career Program Advisor below for more information.
Kevin Curley, Program Chair, Osceola Campus Campus:
Roxana Boulos, Career Program Advisor, Osceola Campus: 321-682-4231
Internship and Workforce Services
If you need assistance with job resources or in locating an internship, please visit: valenciacollege.edu/internship.
- Apply basic mathematical and engineering concepts to technical problem solving appropriate to the discipline;
- Demonstrate proficiency in print reading and interpreting industrial diagrams and blueprints;
- Conduct standard tests and measurements, and to conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments;
- Understand, operate, troubleshoot, and maintain electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and electromechanical components and/or systems;
- Demonstrate strategies and technologies used to collect, analyze, record, and share information in manufacturing and supply chain automation;
- Apply written, oral, and graphical communication effectively in both technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
Advanced Specialization Courses
Advanced Manufacturing Specialization
- Assist in the design, operation, and troubleshooting of Advanced Manufacturing systems.
- Identify lean and six sigma concepts in manufacturing environments.
- Operate and troubleshoot industrial automation systems.
|ETD 1103C||ENGINEERING GRAPHICS WITH CAD||3|
|ETI 1622||CONCEPTS OF LEAN MANUFACTURING AND SIX SIGMA *||3|
|ETS 2511C||ELECTROMECHANICAL SYSTEMS *||3|
Supply Chain Automation Specialization
- Demonstrate proficiency in automated warehousing and materials handling;
- Demonstrate an understanding of machine fundamentals, components, maintenance, and mechanical troubleshooting;
- Demonstrate proficiency in troubleshooting of Automated Controls Systems.
Selected Engineering Technology Electives
+ This course must be completed with a grade of C or better.
* This course has a prerequisite; check description in Valencia catalog.
~ This course is a general education course.