The Division of Engineering and Information Technologies offers training for the careers of the future.
Degrees and Certificates
The combination of 2+2 programs and the newly created Tennessee Transfer Path (TTP) makes it possible for students to complete their first two years at Chattanooga State, then transfer to a four-year institution knowing course credits will be accepted. Click a program below for additional information.
There are numerous scholarships available for engineering technology and pre-engineering students. Scholarships are sponsored by local community organizations such as the Associated General Contractors of East Tennessee. In addition to these scholarships, students from Catoosa, Walker, Dade, and Whitfield Counties in Georgia and Jackson County Alabama are eligible for in-state tuition.
Chattanooga State's Engineering & Information Technologies Department has forged a number of unique partnerships designed to provide training for the local workforce that will qualify them for high-tech positions available in the Greater Chattanooga area. By combining hands-on training experience with classroom instruction, students are successfully completing their course of study and finding jobs in their chosen career.
Engineering & Information Technologies to Host Open House on April 18
The Engineering and Information Technologies Division of Chattanooga State Community College will hold an open house on Thursday, April 18 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. in the Center for Engineering, Technology, Arts & Sciences (CETAS) building starting at the WACKER Institute on the main campus...
Middle and High School Girls Explore STEM Pathways
The Division of Engineering & Information Technologies at Chattanooga State Community College recently hosted several STEM events for girls, “Introduce a Girl to STEM” and “Branch Out With STEM.” Utilizing its facilities for optimum fun and learning activities combined with presentations by...
Chattanooga State Student Chapter of ASNT Formed
For almost three decades, the Chattanooga Section of American Society for Nondestructive Testing (ASNT) was the largest and most active section in the U.S.; however, during the past five years, the Chattanooga Section had little or no participation and was dissolved after a section vote....
Many of the programs in the Engineering Technology Division are accredited by ABET, a nonprofit organization which provides assurance the program of study meets standards established by industry.
Eight programs in the Engineering Technology A.A.S. and two programs in the Electrical/Electronics A.A.S. are accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org. Applied Science A.A.S., General Engineering Concentration is accredited by the Applied Science Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.