The School of Applied Science and Technology encompasses more than just manufacturing. We have programs specializing in Electrical/Electronics disciplines, Mechanical Design, Environmental technologies, Science Lab technologies, a Bachelor's Applied Degree in Biotechnology, and of course, Manufacturing technologies.

Graduates of our programs are in demand locally and across the country because there is a shortage of skilled workers.

Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technician program

This program was introduced in 2010 and combines the skills of our Electrical Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering programs to create a graduate who will be in demand by employers.  Students are given the competitive edge through a rigorous and comprehensive curriculum that includes training in:

  • Electrical/electronics
  • Machining and welding
  • Manufacturing processess
  • Electro-Mechanical drafting
  • Materials engineering
  • Tool Design
  • CNC/CAD/CAM
  • Automation
  • Robotics and controls
  • Project management

Investing in you

Our program delivery models emphasize learning of technical and essential skills required for productivity and success in the workplace, refined through project work. Your education won't end with graduation. Many experienced technicians and technologists from our programs have advanced to corporate and leadership roles.

Tours

Please feel free to contact us so that we can arrange a meeting to tour or facilities and discuss the opportunities available to you.

David Machacek
Chair, Applied Science and Technology