An Engineering Technology degree emphasizes the application of specific engineering techniques. Graduates with an Engineering Technology degree often seek employment in fields such as production, design, manufacturing and operations. At KIU in Engineering & Technology are closely related fields of study with noticeable differences in learning curriculum. Most notably, a Bachelor of Science in Engineering emphasizes theories and advanced concepts, while an Engineering Technology degree emphasizes hands-on application and implementation. At Florida Polytechnic University, the Bachelor of Science degree integrates applied and hands-on learning with theoretical and conceptual curriculum.
The degree programs offered by Kesmonds International University, focuses on the cross-disciplinary application of science and mathematics on structures, machines, systems and processes. This type of engineering degree prepares students to enter the workforce as professional engineers with skills that are applicable to a wide variety of industries. Students pursuing a degree of Science in Engineering & Technology typically focus on disciplines like computer, electrical, mechanical or industrial engineering. A degree in Engineering & Technology may explore include:
Apply analysis and modeling to design engineering based solutions
Identify emerging techniques, skills, methods and theories to solve engineering problems
Design infrastructure such as buildings, highways and bridges