Lakeland's Engineering Technologies career courses are ideal for students who want to maximize their job skills in the minimum amount of time. Engineering Technologies prepare students to apply scientific engineering knowledge and methods in conjunction with technical skills in support of professional engineers. The following engineering technology programs are offered: civil engineering technology, computer integrated manufacturing technology, construction management, electronic engineering technology, mechanical engineering technology, network infrastructure engineering technology, and nuclear engineering technology. Courses prepare students for immediate employability or transfer to a four-year college or university. Lakeland graduates are in demand by employers who recognize the relationship between an educated, highly trained work force and corporate productivity and profit.
Faculty members have years of experience working for local industries and many take an active role in assisting the placement of their students. Lakeland's engineering technology programs are reviewed annually by special advisory committees to ensure that programs are current and of the highest quality. As the needs of local industry change, new courses and equipment are added to technology programs.