Engineering Technology, Applied
Program Code: 10-623-7
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Associate Degree: 2 Years, 66 Credits
Appleton and Oshkosh Campuses
Financial Aid Eligible
This program offers specialty tracks to help you focus your study in one area. View specialty track options and course lists.
The Applied Engineering Technology (AET) program is designed to prepare you to enter today's fast-paced and evolving work environment as a technician. This program provides you with core background knowledge in general manufacturing areas. Growing demand has created a need for specialty areas that focus on the rapid changes in technology and work processes. You will choose one track as the focus of your specialty area.
The AET program consists of 66-68 credits (23-25 credits are specific to the track) offered year round on a flexible schedule. You may enroll in any of the 623 courses at any time. See an advisor for details.
Program/Plan Admission Requirements
- Skills assessment
- High school graduation or equivalent
- Pre-admission interview with department staff
Graduates of any of the specialty tracks within the Applied Engineering Technology program will be able to:
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- Communicate effectively and appropriately using a variety of communication methods including writing (paper an e-mail), speaking and listening.
- Work cooperatively with others on a team to share information, resolve conflict and make decisions in all aspects of AET operations.
- Appreciate the need for continuous lifelong learning.
- Exhibit ethical, responsible and dependable behavior.
- Understand the basic concepts of different manufacturing environments.
- Identify, initiate, and create change within an organization successfully.
- Contribute directly to the improved operating performance of the organization.
- View the organization from a global perspective.
- Exhibit effective leadership.
- Integrate all resources to achieve the organization goals.
Helpful High School Courses
- Appleton-1825 N. Bluemound Drive
- Oshkosh Campus - 150 N. Campbell Road
Algebra, accounting, general business, computer skills, print reading, speech, AutoCAD, and statistics.
For additional information, call or e-mail Janet Braun, Instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org (920) 735-4718 or Ellen Jack, Instructor at email@example.com (920) 996-2964 or Lee Binz, Instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org (920) 735-5690 or visit the department website at www.fvtc.edu/aet.
For additional program/admission information, View Program Plan.