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Other Fields of Engineering Technology
There are several other fields of study within the broad area of engineering technology.  These programs include facilities engineering technology, drafting design engineering technology, plastics and polymer engineering technology, engineering graphics technology, industrial ceramics engineering technology,
quality and safety engineering technology, process and piping design engineering technology, laser and fiber optics engineering technology, and fire protection engineering technology.  While these are narrow areas of study, they do all lead to career paths within the field.  If you are interested in more details about these areas of engineering technology we recommend you get in touch with the department head of the universities offering the few accredited programs available in the field below for further details, graduation requirements, and employment prospects.

Those interested in a career in engineering technology should consider reviewing engineering technology programs that are accredited by ABET, Inc. However, there are many ET programs not yet accredited by ABET, so check with your local community college or university for more information. If you choose to attend a program that is not ABET accredited, you should be sure that the university is regionally accredited. The following is a current list of all universities offering accredited degree programs in categories broadly listed as "other" fields of engineering technology by ABET





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