Rock Hill School District and York Technical College are pleased to announce a partnership designed to provide a highly advanced Engineering Technology program through dual enrollment.
The program is for Rock Hill School District high school students and enables them to begin the York Tech engineering technology degree during their junior and senior years.
11thgraders can start taking the courses if they meet the placement scores, pre-requisites and co-requisites.
Students who follow the plan of study will be able to complete an Associate in Applied Science Degree within one year after high school graduation and potentially transition seamlessly to the workforce. Students who obtain one of the four associate degrees below also have the option to transfer to four-year institutions that offer 2+2 programs such as UNC-Charlotte to obtain a Bachelor in Science in Engineering Technology (BSET) or USC Upstate to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology Management.
*The documentation provided on this website is to provide a program overview. To ensure accurate course selection and degree completion, students must work closely with their school counselor and with their York Tech advisor.
Engineering technicians use the principles and theories of science, engineering, and mathematics to solve technical problems in research and development, manufacturing, sales, construction, inspection, and maintenance.
Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) prepares students for jobs as electronic technicians who install, maintain, test, troubleshoot, repair, and calibrate electronic equipment. Electronic Engineering Technicians have a median salary of $61,130.*
Engineering Graphics Technology (EGT) prepares students for jobs in drafting or graphics with a median salary of $52,270.* They are trained in the latest computer-aided design software.