Engineering Technology Department
Many classes in your major will be held in Jacobetti Complex, which could be the definition of “hands-on” learning, with more than 40 specialized laboratories and classrooms, many of which are authentic recreations of real-world businesses and shops. This state-of-the-art facility includes labs CAD, CNC programming and production, data acquisition, electronics, hydraulics, machine tooling, materials testing, process control and PLCs. When you graduate, you’ll be well acquainted with the machinery, tools and skills you’ll need to succeed.
Students have an advantage in Engineering Technology, being able to immediately enter the job field with a one- or two-year degree, or continue on to earn a bachelor’s and increase your earning power. Jobs in the field are expected to grow at an average rate, with good salaries.
If you have college credit and want to find out what will transfer to NMU, please visit www.nmu.edu/transfercredit.