The Engineering, Technology and Computer Science department offers a range of degrees covering CAD, Computer Networking, Computer Science/Programming, Engineering, Manufacturing and Technology.
MCC’s technology degree programs are part of the Connecticut College of Technology Pathways program. This program allows students who have successfully completed a degree program in Technology Studies at MCC to enter Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) as a junior and earn a bachelor of science degree in Industrial Technology, Engineering Technology, Computer-Aided Design or Technology Education from CCSU’s School of Technology.
Degree Programs – View the Program Curriculum
- Engineering Technology Option, Technology Studies, A.S.
- Industrial Technology Option, Technology Studies, A.S.