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Engineering Technology and Design

Whether you plan to complete your studies in two years and go directly into the job market, or whether you plan to complete a bachelor’s degree in a related field, our program has the flexibility to help you meet your goals.

What are the features of Casper’s program?

Our Engineering Technology and Design program includes two different tracks for students to consider. Casper College graduates have found that an associate of applied science degree has prepared them for either track.

  • Many have gone right into the field of drafting, or into allied areas such as architecture, engineering or technology-related industry.
  • Others have chosen to pursue bachelor’s degrees to become industrial arts teachers, mid-level managers in manufacturing and engineering firms, and even engineers or architects.

Our faculty advisors can help if you have plans to pursue additional education or a professional career in engineering or architecture.

Good mathematics and science skills are helpful to any student considering engineering technology and design. Those without strong skills can benefit from remedial course work offered at the college. Students also can expect to take general education courses such as government, communication, human behavior and cultural environment.

Although this is an A.A.S. degree, graduates from this program may apply this degree toward an online applied science degree at the University of Wyoming at Casper.

What are the special admission requirements, if any?

There are no pre-reqs for this program.

What courses would I take?

For requirements and more information about this program, view its listings in the academic catalog:

Secondary Education CTE Endorsement

Are you a licensed teacher or teaching with a PIC permit? Are you interested in teaching this subject matter in classes at the junior, middle, and/or high school levels? You can complete a set of courses within this program to qualify for a career and technical education teaching endorsement. Learn more about which courses count toward a CTE endorsement...

Contact Info

Rachel Wright

Academic Assistant, School of Business and Industry

Jason Eggemeyer

Academic Chair; Engineering Technology and Design Instructor

Paul Brutsman

Engineering Technology and Design Instructor

Rachel Chadderdon

Dean, School of Business, Industry, and Workforce Development