Engineering Technology

Civil Engineering Technology

http://citytech.cuny.edu/construction-engineering/

This program prepares students for positions as engineering technicians in public works projects, construction inspection, materials testing, and surveying. The largest public and private construction firms employ graduates of this program.

Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Civil Engineering Technology

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Computer Engineering Technology / Electromechanical

http://citytech.cuny.edu/computer-engineering/

Computer Engineering Technology, the only program of its kind in CUNY, meets the needs of the computer industry for competent technicians with skills in electrical and mechanical technologies. The program is lab-based and hands-on.

Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Electromechanical Engineering Technology
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) in Computer Engineering Technology

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Construction Management Technology

http://citytech.cuny.edu/construction-engineering/

Trained construction managers are in very high demand. The only program of its kind in The City University of New York system, it prepares students for careers as managers and technicians in the construction industry.

Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Construction Management Technology
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) in Construction Technology

There is also a Construction Management Certificate:

The certificate has been designed to enhance the opportunities for those already employed in the construction industry without any formal academic or technical background in construction management, as well as to appeal to those seeking entry-level opportunities in the field.

Construction Management Certificate:

http://citytech.cuny.edu/construction-engineering/construction-certificate.aspx

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Electrical Engineering & Telecommunications Technologies

http://citytech.cuny.edu/electrical-telecomm/

These programs cover a broad area from electrical power to telecommunications. Electrical power feeds all your appliances and is at the heart of electronics. Telecommunications provides the Internet and connects electronic devices to the outside world. Considering the electronic and communications devices in use every day, one can easily imagine the demand for such experts.

Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Electrical Engineering Technology
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) in Electrical Technology

Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Telecommunications Engineering Technology
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) in Telecommunications Engineering Technology

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Environmental Control Technology

http://citytech.cuny.edu/environmental/

Sophisticated air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration systems are a necessary part of creating a high quality of life in an urban environment. Graduates of this program are able to install and maintain these complicated and often computer-driven systems. They are employed by large and small firms, hospitals and public agencies of all sorts, and often manage and own HVAC businesses.

Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Environmental Control Technology


Facilities Management

http://citytech.cuny.edu/environmental/

The control room of a large, modern building looks like the command deck of a starship complex, computer-managed and sophisticated. This baccalaureate program prepares graduates for careers as facility managers in large commercial buildings, hospitals, residential complexes, universities, and other institutions.

Bachelor of Technology (BTech) in Facilities Management


Mechanical Engineering Technology

http://citytech.cuny.edu/mechanical/

Students in this program gain skills in machine design, solids modeling, applied mechanics and production methods, and rapid prototyping. A balanced curriculum provides the ideal mix of the scientific and mathematical principles upon which mechanical design is based on hands-on experience in our well-equipped labs.

Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
Bachelor of Technology (BTech) in Mechanical Engineering Technology