Engineering Technology aims to improve design and manufacturing methodologies
through the hands-on application of engineering principles. Engineering technologists
provide a range of services, from collaborating with engineers in the development
of new products and processes to technical support and diagnostic services.
They're the type of people who like to take things apart, see how they work,
and try to make them even better before putting them back together.
Our program, offered through Drexel University's Goodwin College of Professional
Studies, provides an integrated educational experience directed toward
developing the ability to apply fundamental knowledge to the solution of
practical technological problems. A Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Technology from Drexel at BCC will prepare you to bridge the gap between
theory and production in the workforce.
The program can be completed in two years of full-time study. Part-time options are available.
- Electrical Engineering Technology
- Mechanical Engineering Technology
Quality Control – Covers variables, procedures, and processes of total quality control within the manufacturing industries. Includes instrumentation for material evaluation, attribute inspection and sampling, supervising for organizational quality improvements, and statistical control.
Non-Destructive Evaluation of Materials – Presents the physical principles of sound velocity measurement in different materials, attenuation coefficients, directivity pattern of transducers, and the location and dimensions of heterogeneities in materials, such as flaws and cavities.
Fluid Power – Examines hydrostatics, the principles governing fluids at rest, pressure measurement, hydrostatic forces on submerged areas and objects, and simple dams. Discussions focus on fluid flow in pipes under pressure, fluid energy, power and friction loss, and Bernoulli's theorem.
Visit Drexel University's online catalog for more information.
Students enrolled in Burlington County College's Associate of Applied Science in Electronics Engineering Technology program and students who have completed similar coursework elsewhere may be eligible for this program. View the required courses for the Associate of Applied Science in Electronics Engineering Technology in the Burlington County College Catalog.
Plan of Study for BCC Students
We've developed a comprehensive plan of study for BCC students who enter
the Drexel at BCC Engineering Technology program. This plan outlines the
required courses students must complete to receive a bachelor's degree
from Drexel. It also indicates how the BCC semester credits convert to
Drexel quarter credits.