Engineering Technology

Engineering Technology

​​​​​​​​​​​​ Engineering Technology lab equipmentThe Central Ohio Technical College Engineering Technology (ET) programs prepare graduates for exciting careers in a diverse array of STEM-based career paths.
Students may choose from:
The curricula of these programs are designed to give students a strong understanding of the principles for the fields of study and a one-of-a-kind experiential learning opportunity in modern laboratory facilities.

Engineering Technology Annual Report 2015COTC graduates of an Engineering Technology program who wish to continue their education are eligible to complete their technical bachelor’s degree at several Ohio universities, including The Ohio State Unive​rsity, Bowling Green State University, Ohio University, and Miami University.

 
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​Enrollment, Graduation and Job Placement Information

The performance of the COTC Engineering Technology program is reflected through program effectiveness data. Program effectiveness data includes the program graduation data, enrollment data and job placement data. ​

Enrollment Data

  • The Engineering Technology program's enrollment for Autumn 2015 was 173 students. For all of 2015-2016 enrollment was 263​ students.

Graduation Data

  • The Engineering Tech​nology program had 10 graduates in academic year 2015-2016​​.​

Employment Data

  • During the ’15-’16 academic year, 10 individuals received a degree within Engineering Technology.  Seven individuals responded to the Graduate Survey. Regarding employment status, four respondents reported full-time employment and one respondent indicated part-time employment by choice.  Two individuals indicated they were unemployed, but seeking a job at the time of the survey.  All five respondents employed reported positions related to their field of study.  The average salary for employed respondents was $40,000 to $42,999.




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