Engineering Technology

Pellissippi State offers Engineering Technology programs that prepare students for technical careers. These programs are designed for the student whose primary educational goal is entry-level employment or career advancement. The placement rate for graduates of Career Programs is consistently above 90 percent. The programs are continually revised to reflect the changes in the skills and knowledge graduates need to be successful in responsible positions in industry. While the programs are designed to allow the graduate to enter the work force, several have agreements with other universities which lead to a four year baccalaureate degree in engineering technology. 

Pellissippi State offers a core curriculum in Engineering Technology with concentrations in Automated Industrial Systems, Civil Engineering, Electrical Construction Management, Electrical Engineering, Industrial Maintenance, Manufacturing, and Mechanical Engineering.

APSU - B.S. in Manufacturing Engineering Technology

APSU - B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology