Broward College is proud to present our completely redesigned Engineering Technology Associates Degree. Our degree includes Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) classes that will prepare you for the nationally recognized MSSC certification. All this is being offered right in your back yard at Broward College North Campus.
Why should they attend this particular program?
- Students will be intensively trained to be skilled in a technology-driven manufacturing field.
- Manufacturing is an unrepresented industry in Florida and has considerable room for growth for a variety of reasons.
What will this program teach students?
This program will train a student in:
A student can choose to specialize in one of the following:
What specific skills will students learn in this program?
- Communication skills
- Technical competency
- Safe and efficient work practices
- Cognitive and manipulative skills
What kind of hands-on training will they receive?
Laboratory activities are incorporated into some courses.
What kind of careers are out there for students who follow this track?
- Electronic Engineering Tech
- Electrical & Electronic Drafter
- Mechanical Engineering Tech
- Industrial Engineering Tech
- Manufacturing Engineering Tech
This program is particularly suitable for students who wish to become engineers in product design and manufacturing roles and who wish to gain further skills and take on more responsibility in the workplace.You will be introducing new ideas and technologies in safety, quality, production, medicine, electronics and communication. To succeed in our program, you should be:
- Detailed oriented.
- Focused and responsible.
- Passionate about design, development, math and science principles.
- Open-minded about challenging the norm.
- Able to work well within a team as well as on your own.
- Willing to continue to engage in life-long learning.
Broward College: The Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of College and Schools
Manufacturing testing center and courses are approved by: The Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC)
The Engineering Technology Program is approved by: The Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) College Training Program to prepare graduates for employment opportunities with the FAA.
Courses are taught by faculty members whose qualifications are based on both experience and education. Our faculty members include graduates of the University of Florida, Florida Atlantic University, University of Pittsburgh, Nova Southeastern University and the University of Jordan. In addition, specially qualified individuals from the engineering industry are invited as guest lecturers to teach selected courses. Faculty advisors within the major are available to provide one-on-one assistance to you throughout your course of study.
The program is on a two year plan.
What is the MSSC? Manufacturing Skill Standards Council. This is the leading certification organization for front line manufacturing and logistics workers.
Does Broward College offer the MSSC (Manufacturing Skill Standards Council) classes? Yes; safety, quality, measurement and instrumentation, process and materials.
Where can I take the MSSC certification exam? Broward College’s North Campus is an approved testing center in southeast Florida.
What tracks can I specialize in this program? Electronics, Biomedical and Alternative Energy
Are there any certificates in this area I can quickly attain? Engineering Technology Support Specialist Certificate (6314), Electronics Aide Technical Certificate (6322), Alternative Energy Systems Specialist Certificate (6325).
If you’re a former Engineering student of Broward College, stay connected to us. We want to hear about your success in the field, and how you think we can improve our programs. Call us at 954-201-2324 to see how you can help.
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