Integrated Engineering Technology (InET) is a multi-disciplinary program designed to meet the needs of manufacturing, electro-mechanics and electronics industries.
Students will earn an Associate in Applied Science in Integrated Mechatronics and Manufacturing Technology while learning how to apply scientific and engineering principles to existing technologies. The installation, maintenance and administrations of computer systems will be examined, as well as the development, operation and maintenance of automated systems.
As part of this program, you will assist in the planning and management of manufacturing processes, learn how to operate production equipment, and apply quality principles to improve products.
Determine Your Path
Employment opportunities are available in the fields of electronics, pharmaceuticals, food, health, packaging, manufacturing, computers and transportation.
Whether you are preparing for a career in integrated engineering technology, planning to transfer to a four-year baccalaureate-granting institution, or updating your skills, College of DuPage has the right program for you. We offer:
- Dedicated instructors with years of practical industry experience, certification, and licensing.
- Instruction in top-notch facilities and on cutting-edge equipment.
- Flexible schedules with day, evening, weekend and online learning.
- Practical, hands-on experience as well as classroom-based studies.
- Affordable programs that get you on the fast track to success without breaking the bank.
- Partnerships with area firms prepare students and workers for employment and advancement through industry-led projects.
- An Advisory Committee made up of industry professionals ensures that College of DuPage’s Electronics program offers up-to-date training on equipment and in skills that are relevant and in demand by today’s employers.
- Dual credit agreements offer high school students a head start on their higher education and career goals.
Integrated Mechatronics and Manufacturing Technology
The Integrated Mechatronics and Manufacturing Technology Associate in Applied Science degree program is designed to meet industry needs for multi-functional technicians competent in manufacturing, electro- mechanics, and electronics technology.
InET engineering technicians apply scientific and engineering concepts to the implementation of existing technologies. Areas of focus include installation, operation and maintenance of manufacturing and automated systems.
Get Started Today
The first step to getting started in integrated engineering technology is to apply for admission.
Academic and Career Pathways give you a roadmap to achieving your career goals. Follow a pathway based on your degree that outlines which classes you need to take and when so you graduate on time or move on to the next phase in your career.
College of DuPage has several integrated engineering technology in place with four-year colleges and universities to save you time, money and make the transfer process easier.
Many of these agreements with other colleges and universities have specific course requirements and a pre-determined course plan that needs to be followed to be eligible to transfer. Contact a program faculty member or academic advisor to learn more as course requirements vary by institution.