Future Engineers

This program will prepare students interested in pursuing an engineering related field. Students will be challenged to develop solutions to current engineering problems in environment and biomedical fields, develop skills in mechanical and electrical engineering and robotics technology. They will also learn the skills necessary to communicate clearly, cooperate within teams, solve mathematical, scientific and logistical problems and present findings.

This program will introduce students to environmental challenges, biomedical uses of engineering, the use of mechanical and electrical engineering and how robotics will change the world in the future. This program will introduce students to embedded technology concepts through a combination of classroom lecture and project-based learning.

Course Code IT60

Length 2-4 semesters

Campus Location EVIT East Campus

Certification REC Pre-Engineers Certification

Possible Careers Environmental Engineering, Biomechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering and Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Specialities and Emerging Technologies

Average Entry Level Salary $75,000 for a Professional Engineer (requires a four-year college degree); $35,000 for an Engineering Technician (usually requires a two- or four-year technical/non-engineering degree)

It is the policy of the East Valley Institute of Technology District #401 to provide all persons with equal employment and education opportunities regardless of race, color, sex, national origin, marital status, age or disability. District grievance procedures will be followed for compliance with Title IX and Section 504 requirements. The compliance officer is the EVIT Superintendent.

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