Applied Engineering Technology Program

Through a systems approach and seven in-depth courses, students will study applied technology in the areas of:

  • Audio/Video systems
  • Smart Home Control
  • Communications (broadcast, satellite, wireless)
  • Security, Cabling & Telephony
  • Alternative Energy (green) & Power Distribution
  • Computers & Networks
  • Biomedical Systems Design
  • Development & Manufacturing
  • Industry, Robotics & Automation
  • Technical Project management

In addition, students will gain skills in:

  • Computer-Aided Design (CAD)
  • Electricity & Electronics
  • Instrumentation & Test Equipment
  • Project Management
  • Problem Solving
  •  STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics)
  • Team work
  • Terminology
  • Tool Usage

Both a AAS degree and a 4-course certificate (*) in Digital Home Technology Integration (DHTI) will be offered. For more information contact Desmond Campbell, (708) 596-2000 ext. 3256 in Room 5160A, Oak Forest Center.