Dunwoody College of Technology offers associate's degrees, bachelor's degree, and technical certificate programs. Areas of study for their associate's degrees include automated systems and robotics, industrial engineering technology, electronics engineering technology, and industrial controls and robotics. Students can earn a bachelor's degree in electronics technology, automation and controls engineering technology, mechanical engineering, industrial engineering technology, and electrical engineering. Topics for the certificate programs are industrial controls and electronics technology. Students in the certificate programs gain a minimu of 23 college credits, which can directly transfer into Dunwoody's associate's degrees.
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