Engineering Technology Degrees

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Apply ideas, theories and innovation to solve mechanical problems.

Engineering Technology Degrees
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Tuition
Full-time (12-16 credits): $390 per credit
Part-time (1-11 credits):  $460 per credit

Scholarships:
Globe University believes higher education should be accessible to those who want it. We offer a number of scholarship opportunities to help students pay for college.

Globe University’s engineering technology degrees can give you the skills you need to create the designs that make products function in the real world.

Earn a four-year degree and become a mechanical engineering technologist or fast track to your drafter/designer career with an associate degree in engineering drafting and design.

Why Engineering Technology?

  • Learn how to use industry-standard CAD software
  • Take courses that give you hands-on experience
  • Small class sizes
  • Instructors are industry professionals

We offer two types of engineering technology degrees: 

Globe University offers engineering technology programs which were developed in partnership with Northwest Technical Institute, a leading Twin Cities specialty technical school that offered engineering drafting and architectural drafting from 1957-2013.

Engineering technology program graduates are prepared to work in a variety of positions, including:

  • Mechanical engineering technician
  • Mechanical drafter
  • Manufacturing engineer
  • Design engineer

Learn more about careers in engineering technology

  • Job Title(s)
  • 10th Percentile Salary
  • 25th Percentile Salary
  • 50th Percentile Salary
  • Mechanical Drafters
  • $32,690
  • $40,100
  • $50,360
  • Mechanical Engineering Technicians
  • $33,370
  • $41,250
  • $51,980

This annual salary data is taken from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for this job title. The 10th percentile indicates the bottom 10 percent of earners make less than that figure annually; the 25th percentile means the bottom quarter of workers earn less than the number; and the 50th percentile shows the median income for the profession.

The US Bureau of Labor Statistics has projected employment growth rates for 2012-2022.

  • 11%

Average for all Occupations

  • 5%

Mechanical Engineering Technicians

  • 1%

Mechanical Drafters

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