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Cerritos College Engineering Technology

In an effort to respond to the rapidly evolving situation regarding the COVID-19 crisis, the Technology Division Office, will be switching from a face-to-face to online customer service.

During this temporary office closure, we will continue to be available online during business hours.

For general questions regarding any department within the Technology Division email us at:

For full-time Instructor “online” office hours please follow the link below. Our Instructors are available during online office hours to answer any department or education questions.
Full-time Instructor office hours

The Engineering Technology program prepares students for transfer to "Engineering Technology" programs and for employment in technical fields. By completing the certificate or degree, students acquire knowledge of the fundamentals of engineering technology and are able to specialize in one of three options. The first option is Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technology, the second option is Mechanical Engineering Technology and the third option is Industrial Engineering Technology. Careers in engineering technology involve assisting engineers in researching, developing, manufacturing, servicing, and maintaining a wide variety of products. Those certificates are highly sought after as they are the key to a successful career in many industries. The department has a dedicated practical lab in the "Metals" building room ME-2 and 2 labs with 28 computers each in the brand new "PST" building allowing for ample student-computer interaction.

Find out more about our program by clicking on the links on the left side of this screen!

Interested in Engineering Technology, but not sure where to start? View our Pathways!

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Last Update: 9/1/2021