Engineering Technology Colleges and Universities in Michigan

The Michigan area has 56 colleges that offer engineering technology programs. Get some information about the degree programs and some quick facts for two of these schools to make an informed education decision.

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Individuals seeking engineering technology programs in Michigan can find these programs at the associate's, bachelor's and master's degree levels. In addition to general engineering technology programs that provide a broad variety of engineering disciplines, there are specialized programs in fields that include electronic engineering technology, mechanical engineering technology and electromechanical engineering technology. Most programs are intensive in math, science and engineering coursework, and it's common for courses to have a laboratory component.

Kalamazoo Valley Community College

Kalamazoo Valley Community College, located in Kalamazoo, comprises the Arcadia Commons Campus and Texas Township Campus. An Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree program in engineering technology is available through the Mechanical Engineering Technology Department. Students must earn a minimum of 63-64 credits, including general education classes and core requirements in technical drawing, trigonometry, applied electricity, manufacturing trends, metallurgy and physics. Graduates may find entry-level work or transfer to a 4-year engineering program.

Wayne State University

Wayne State University, located in Detroit, was founded in 1868. The school's College of Engineering is home to an engineering technology division that offers seven programs, including three engineering technology bachelor's degrees and a Master of Science in Engineering Technology.

The school's electrical engineering technology bachelor's degree program prepares students for careers working alongside engineers in a variety of technical industries. Core courses cover electronics, control systems and project management. The mechanical engineering technology bachelor's program offers specialty tracks in design, manufacturing and energy. Instrumentation, project management and manufacturing processes are among the required classes. The electromechanical engineering technology program includes principles from the fields of electronics, manufacturing, electrical engineering, computer science and mechanical engineering.

Designed for those with a bachelor's degree in a related field, the master's program in engineering technology teaches students to perform technical tasks for such roles as production engineer, manufacturing engineer, quality control manager or on-site supervisor. Tracks are available with or without a master's research project, and students focus their studies on a specialization.

School Comparison: At a Glance

School School Type & Setting Programs Offered Tuition & Fees (2015-2016)
Kalamazoo Valley Community College 2-year, public; midsize suburb AAS in Engineering Technology $3,060 in-district,
$5,100 in-state,
$6,810 out-of-state*
Wayne State University 4-year, public; large city BS in Electrical Electronic Engineering Technology,
BS in Mechanical Engineering Technology,
BS in Electromechanical Engineering Technology,
MS in Engineering Technology
$11,814 in-state (undergraduate),
$25,254 out-of-state (undergraduate)*
$15,853 in-state (graduate),
$32,370 out-of-state (graduate)*

Source: *NCES College Navigator

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