The Associate of Applied Science degree in Engineering Technology is designed to prepare the graduate for entry-level employment in the fast-growing and challenging technology career-field. The degree is comprised of curriculum relating to engineering technology fundamental coursework. The remaining courses required for completion are chosen as part of two offered concentrations, or majors. Students may also apply the associate degree coursework to a Bachelor Degree in Engineering Technology (Electronics program) and/or a Bachelor Degree in information and Communication Technology (ICT) offered at NMSU Las Cruces.

Electronics Concentration

The Electronics Technology concentration prepares the graduate for an entry-level position in the electronics industry. Employment opportunities include a wide range of careers in research and development, operational support of electronic instrumentation systems, computer and network infrastructures, manufacturing, and communication industries. Electronic technicians develop manufacture, and service electronic equipment using sophisticated measuring and diagnostic equipment.

BMET Concentration

Biomedical Equipment Technology concentration is intended to provide skills and training for students to become Biomedical Equipment Technicians who install, maintain, and repair medical equipment. Employment for Biomedical Technologists is available from hospitals, medical equipment manufacturing/service corporations, doctor's offices, and other facilities that utilize medical equipment.

Career & Technology Division

New Mexico State University Alamogordo
2400 N. Scenic Drive
Alamogordo, NM  88310

Division Head:
Cathy Aguilar-Morgan

Administrative Assistant:
Michelle Nelson

Office Location:
Science Center

Phone:
575.439.3761

eMail:
ctNMSUA@nmsu.edu

Website:
http://nmsua.edu/career-and-technology/