Engineering Technologies

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Welcome to the Engineering Technologies Department! We offer a variety of two-year associate degrees and one-year certificate programs that provide employable skills and can also transfer to four-year institutions to meet your technical employment and educational goals. If you would like more information about a program, use the program links below or email William Hunt.

William E. Hunt
Department Chair, MCC Engineering Technologies

MCC offers degree and certificate programs in: 


Check out our great career academic programs, our labs and classrooms in the Gleason Hall of Science and Technology (Building 9), the Engineering Technologies Learning Center in Room 9-143A, and the new FWD>>Center at MCC's Downtown Campus where our Industrial Automation Technology program is housed.

Serious about your future? Apply for one of our many career technical education programs designed to get you into the workforce quickly, or choose a transfer curriculum which will give you the foundation that you need to continue your education.

Transfer Options

Although many of our students are workforce-oriented, going directly into industry jobs after earning their degrees, some students transfer to technology programs at four-year schools after graduation.

Transfer-oriented students should be sure to meet with a transfer and/or academic advisor who will guide you in choosing the courses that best meet the requirements of your intended four-year college.

2+2 Transfer Pathway Guides can be helpful in setting up your academic plan at MCC. However, these are just guidelines, and students are strongly advised to contact the transfer institution to make sure their curriculum has not changed.

Visit our Transfer Services web page for more information on transfer planning and how MCC can help you maximize your transfer credits.

Location & Contacts

Brighton Campus
Building 8, Room 626
(585) 292-2002

William E. Hunt
Department Chair
(585) 292-2697