THE COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
The College of Technology (COT) is a Pathway Curriculum that allows a student to begin technology studies at any of the state’s twelve Community Colleges with the ultimate goal of achieving a four-year degree in technology from sponsoring state universities.
Along the way, the student has the opportunity to earn a two-year associate's degree in technology studies, gain marketable skills, and explore an interesting career in fields that are projected to enjoy employment growth in the coming years.
Manufacturing Technology Center
The Center will offer two certificate programs, Basic Manufacturing: Machine Technology Level 1 Certificate and in the spring, Advanced Manufacturing, Machine Technology Level II Certificate. Courses are enrolling now! If you are interested, you must apply to the college. For questions regarding these programs:
Stephen LaPointe, interim director of the Manufacturing Technology Center, 860-412-7257 or email@example.com
The College of Technology offers a clear pathway from the two-year community colleges to four-year colleges or universities.
These programs offer students who continue their studies at the four-year level automatic junior status upon transfer without any loss of credit.
Associate in Science Degree in Technology Studies
Options: Biomolecular Science, CAD, Plastics Technology, Environmental Science, Lean Manufacturing, and Supply Chain Management
- A degree in Technology Studies will allow for seamless transition as a junior to Central Connecticut State University, University of Hartford or Charter Oak State College (Connecticut’s External Degree Program)
- Options: Biomolecular Science, CAD, Plastics Technology, Environmental Science, Lean Manufacturing, and Supply Chain Management
Associate in Science Engineering
- This degree leads directly into the School of Engineering at the University of Connecticut, The University of Hartford, The University of New Haven, Central Connecticut State University or Fairfield University.
Computer Aided Design (CAD)
- Lean Manufacturing
- Supply Chain Management
- Plastics Technology
While Program Coordinator Mark Vesligaj is on sabbatical, Jakob Spjut, instructor of engineering, is serving as interim program coordinator. You can contact him at 860-412-7417 or firstname.lastname@example.org