Field of Study: Industrial Technology
Things to know
Many jobs in this field require a lot of writing and clear communication. Taking writing and speaking courses will develop your communication skills.
With a bachelor's degree in an engineering technology, you may be able to work either as an engineer or as a technologist. Your options depend on what state you live in and whether your state requires a license.
If you want a license, you usually need a bachelor's degree from an engineering technology program recognized by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. You also need several years of work experience and must pass an exam.
Certifications are also available from the National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies.
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