|Dec3-12, 07:24 PM||#18|
Would taking all my maths and sciences at the community college and then searching for an egineering tech position be a good move?
|Dec21-12, 10:03 PM||#19|
I graduated from an Engineering Technology program in May 2010. If you are interested in pursuing ET as a career choice, there are some things you need to look in to. Start with ABET's discussion of the two programs:
then take a look at the list of accredited programs here:
and then possibly most important- spend some time searching the job boards for jobs calling for "Engineering Technologist" ""engineering technology: etc. in places you want to live.
The difference in salaries is significant as well.
I'll answer any questions that I can.
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