There are some terrific job options to choose from once you get into engineering technology. Click on any of the categories or careers below to learn more about the kinds of opportunities that are out there:

Automation & Robotics
Automation & Controls
Factory Simulation
Instrumentation (Robotics)
PLC Programming (Robotics)
Robotics

Chemical
Instrumentation
Process Operator

Civil & Construction
Architecture
Civil Design
Concrete
Construction Management
Construction Skilled Trades
GIS/GPS
Landscaping
Surveying

Computer Aided Design (CAD)
3-D Modeling
Animation
CAD Detailing
Digital Media

Computers & Information Technology
Computer and Information Systems Specialists
Networking/Network Security
Programming

Electrical & Electronics
Biomedical Tech
Digital Media
Electrician
Electronic Repair
Electronics and Computer Technology
Instrumentation
Networking (Electronics)
PLC Programming
Robotics
Telecommunications

Environmental Health & Safety
Inspectors / Auditors
OSHA
Water, Air & Hazardous Compliance

Industrial Skilled Trades
Electrician (Skilled Trades)
HVACR
Machinist / Tool & Die
Maintenance Mechanic
Plumber / Pipe Fitter
Sheet Metal
Welder

Manufacturing & Mechanical
CAD/CAM
CNC
Computerized Machine Tool Systems
Fluid Power
Industrial Engineering Technology
Machining
Mechanical Design

Plastics & Polymers
Color Matching
Machine Maintenance
Mold Design & Maintenance
Plastics Engineer
Testing Technician

Quality & Lab Technician
Electrical
GD&T
Inspection Metrology
Manufacturing

Transportation
Automotive Maintenance
Aviation Maintenance
Diesel
Power Technology

Unique Programs
Agriculture Production
Natural Gas Technology
Pump & Compressor



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Career information from Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor,
Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2004-05 Edition and member schools.