ET Bachelor's Degree Pathways

The Engineering Technology program is pleased to announce that through agreements with other schools, an AAS from CSN in Electronic Technology (with emphasis in Electronics, Telecommunications, or Slot & Self-Serve Devices) and additional CSN credits will fulfill most of the requirements for:

  • DeVry University’s Bachelor of Science in Technical Management. The pathway requires an AAS degree from CSN in the Electronics, Telecommunications, or Slot & Self-Serve Devices, up to 30 additional credits worth of specific CSN classes, and 32 credits in specific classes from DeVry. See Program Requirements.
  • Nevada State College’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Engineering Technology. The pathway requires an AAS degree from CSN in Electronics, Telecommunications, or Slot & Self-Serve Devices, up to 30 additional credits worth of specific CSN classes, and 32 credits in specific classes from Nevada State College. See Program Requirements.