Professor Venny FuentesAt County College of Morris, the Engineering Technologies and Engineering Science department oversees programs that merge theory, application and design forming a foundation for careers in areas such as engineering, drafting, fire service and engineering technology.

All of these programs are career oriented and can be completed in as little as a year in the case the Certificate program in CAD (Computer-Aided-Drafting) or can serve as the stepping stone for transfer to a four-year institution in the case of the Associates in Science for Engineering Science or the Associates in Applied Science for Engineering Technology major. The programs that fall under the responsibility of the Engineering Technologies and Engineering Science department are:

 

Computer-Aided-Drafting Technology (5710)

Certificate

For individuals seeking entry-level positions as drafters

Electronics Engineering Technology (3600)

Associates in Applied Science

For individuals seeking career opportunities in the electronics industry or related industries

Electronics Engineering Technology – Biomedical Equipment (3601)

Associates in Applied Science

For individuals interested in servicing and maintaining equipment in the healthcare industry

Engineering Science (2180)

Associates in Science

This is a transfer program designed to help individuals prepare for baccalaureate programs in engineering

Fire Science Technology (3460)

Associates in Applied Science

For individuals seeking positions in the fire service sector

Mechanical Engineering Technology (3700)

Associates in Applied Science

For individuals seeking career opportunities in mechanical design, manufacturing, production and related fields

More detailed information about the above listed programs can be found in the college catalog. In addition, the department oversees the course offerings in Physics (PHY designation) and Science (SCI designation). These courses cover topics in Physics, Meteorology and Astronomy.

The department is staffed by dedicated individuals who are here to see that students gain the necessary knowledge and the skill set needed to succeed in their future endeavors, whether that path leads them to a career upon graduation or continuation of their studies at a four-year institution. The prototyping lab, material lab and electronics labs within the department are well equipped.

All of the Associates in Applied Science programs provide opportunities to transfer to four-year institutions. Besides the degree program offerings the ETES department also offers certificates of achievement to meet the needs of those individuals who may need training or updating in specific skill areas. These include: Advanced Mechanical AnalysisAssembly and Testing, Engineering TechnologyMechanical CAD, Digital Technology, Basic Electronics and Advanced Electronics. Please contact the department for more information.

We look forward to helping you connect learning and life.

Professor Venancio L. Fuentes
Chairperson