All Florida Colleges offering the A.S. Engineering Technology Degree are charter members of the Manufacturing Institute’s “M – List”
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Going on to a Bachelor’s Degree.
All Engineering Technology Associate in Science (A.S.) degrees are gateways to baccalaureate degrees in Engineering Technology (B.S.E.T.). B.S.E.T. degrees generally require additional general education course and have technical prerequisite courses that may require an additional semester to complete (beyond a typical 4 year B.S. program). In Florida, B.S.E.T. degree granting institution that align well with the A.S. Engineering Technology are:
- Daytona State College (www.daytonastate.edu) B.S. Engineering Technology (with several specializations)
- Florida A & M University (www.famu.edu) B.S. Electronic Engineering Technology and B.S. Manufacturing Engineering Technology)
- Miami-Dade College (www.mdc.edu) B.S. Electronics Engineering Technology
- University of West Florida (www.uwf.edu) B.S. Electrical Engineering and B.S. Manufacturing Technology
All Engineering Technology Associate in Science (A.S.) Degree holders can transfer seamlessly to a number of Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) Degrees offered in Florida’s universities, state colleges and community colleges. The 2 + 2 agreements apply 60 credit hours of an A.S. Degree directly to the 4-year bachelor’s degree. The number of B.A.S. degree offerings across the state is growing rapidly.
Additionally, A.S. degrees in Engineering Technology will articulate to the B.S.A.S. in Operations Management at USF Polytechnic in Lakeland. This degree is a gateway to post baccalaureate degrees and requires additional general education and has technical prerequisite courses that may require an additional semester to complete..
Four Year Schools that offer the BAS Degree
Information about all Bachelor Degrees (including Bachelor of Applied Science Degrees) offered at all Florida Colleges can be found on the Department of Education website (http://www.fldoe.org/cc/students/bach_degree.asp) . You will need to scroll down a bit (on the DOE site above) to find the list of colleges and their degrees offered.