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Title: Engineering technologist

Definition: An engineering technologist is a specialist dedicated to the development, design, and implementation of engineering and technology. Engineering technology education is more of a broad specialized and applied engineering education. These can specialize into various specialties such as Civil Engineering Technologist, Mechanical Engineering Technologist, Electrical Engineering Technologist, Industrial Engineering Technologist, Power Engineering Technologist, Biomedical Engineering Technologist, Petroleum Engineering Technologist.

Definition (More Info): Engineering vs Engineering Technology

Education Program:
College of the North Atlantic programs:
Engineering Technology (First Year)
All Engineering Technology Programs
Marine Institute programs:
Marine Engineering (Diploma of Technology)
Marine Engineering Technology

First Credential: Diploma

Salary Range: PayScale (Canada) (Sept 2015) – Engineering Technician: Range: $34,825 to $78,801. Median: $50,969.

Salary (More Info): PayScale: Engineering Technician; Engineering Technologist list

Related Specialties: Architectural Engineering Technologist, Chemical Process Engineering Technologist, Civil Engineering Technologist, Computing Systems Engineering Technologist, Electrical Engineering Technologist, Environmental Engineering Technologist, Geomatic/Surveying Engineering Technologist, Industrial Engineering Technologist, Instrumentation & Controls Engineering Technologist, Mechanical Engineering Technologist, Petroleum Engineering Technologist, Process Operations Engineering Technologist, Safety Engineering Tech

Professional Associations: Assoc of Engineering Technicians & Technologists of NL; Cdn Council of Technicians & Technologists; IEEE Industry Applications Society; IEEE Women in Engineering Newsletter

Other Resources: R-E-S-P-E-C-T, American Society for Engineering Education (PRISM) - Article; Society for Canadian Women in Science & Technology; Canadian Centre for Women in SETT; Association of Technology, Mgmt & Applied Engineering; Institute of Industrial Engineers

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