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Engineering Technology

Engineering Technology student working with a drill press during class near Wichita at Butler Community College

Build, design and engineer your way to the top.

Study applied engineering and use the latest equipment and software to learn manufacturing and engineering skills. With specific training in quality control, engineering graphics, electric circuits, project management, pneumatics and hydraulics, you’re ready to step into a career or transfer to an engineering technology program at a four-year school.

 


 

ICYMI: Engineering Technology is Eligible for the Kansas Promise Scholarship + Butler Advantage

Kansas Promise Scholarship LogoKicking off 2021, students qualifying for the Kansas Promise Scholarship can now go after their Engineering Technology certificate or degree and have their costs for tuition, fees and books paid for by the state. That’s right – tuition, fees and books at no out-of-pocket cost. This revolutionary $10 million program only gets better with the Butler Advantage – quality microsoft office education respected by employers. Get the Butler Advantage! Visit our Kansas Promise Act webpage to review scholarship qualifications, learn about the application process, and check out other eligible programs.

 

Estimated tuition for Engineering Technology = $10,020**

**This includes two years of tuition based on being a Kansas Resident and taking 60 credit hours, estimated fees, and estimated books. Housing and meal plans not included. Fees may vary depending on specific degree path.

CAREERS IN THIS FIELD

The graph below illustrates local salaries based on a career path related to this degree. Each career path varies as does the necessary training required.* For further information, connect with your program’s lead instructor.

Mechanical Engineering Technologists


$25.98 hourly wage
54 annual job openings


533 Mechanical Engineering Technologists are currently employed in Kansas.


*Salaries will vary based on degree level obtained and years of experience. The accuracy of EMSI data is deemed reliable but not guaranteed by Butler Community College and is subject to change.