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Business and Engineering Technology

Connecting Industry, Education and You!

The Division of Business and Engineering Technology offers career and technical education (CTE) training that is designed to provide students with the technical abilities and academic skills needed to be competitive in today's job market. These training programs are directly related to the high-demand skills needed to gain employment in current or emerging occupations. Northeast offers twenty-two career and technical education programs through the divisions of Business and Engineering Technology, including both associate degree and certificate options. Additionally, many programs allow students the opportunity to earn national certifications in relevant industrial fields.

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The "Tiger Apprenticeship" program allows students the opportunity to work in industry while participating in a career and technical education (CTE) program of study. The Tiger Apprenticeship creates strategic partnerships between college CTE programs and industry. These partnerships foster opportunities for companies to hire qualified personnel, and students to achieve real world experience and advance their educational goals simultaneously.

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Certificate Programs

Certificate courses are arranged in the sequence which best assures successful completion. Thus adherence to the course and semester sequence is required unless deviations are approved by the program instructor/advisor or division head. A certificate is awarded to a student who successfully completes one of the following prescribed programs of study.

Two-Year Degrees

Career and Technical programs are offered for students who will seek employment upon completion of program. The Associate of Applied Science degree is conferred for successful completion of a technical program. All programs are designed as terminal; however, transfer of credit is at the discretion of the receiving university. To graduate, a student must complete all courses within a particular curriculum.