Engineering Technology & Advanced Manufacturing

Program Description
This offers students the core skills, technical, and academic knowledge that are needed to be successful in acquiring an Engineering Technology and Advanced Manufacturing Associate in Science degree. Many of the department’s offerings include labs that provide direct hands-on experience in the application and use of state-of-the-art engineering and manufacturing software, tools, and equipment.

This program is structured to be completed within 2 to 3 years and through careful, advisor assisted, selection of electives a student can be prepared for transfer to pursue a Bachelor's degree in the field of Engineering or Manufacturing.

Engineering Technology and Advanced Manufacturing Program

ENR101 Intro to Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing

ENR103 Introduction to Robotics

ENR105 Circuit Theory and Analysis

ENR106 3D Design and Analysis I

ENR107 3D Design and Analysis II

ENR110 Engineering and Scientific Computing

ENR201 Statics

ENR202 Dynamics

ENR204 Circuit Theory I

ENR205 Circuit Theory II

ENR206 Quality Manufacturing

ENR207 Materials Science

ENR208 Thermodynamics

ENR209 Strength of Materials

Engineering Faculty

Rick Bshara
Fredrick Bsharah, Associate Professor of Engineering
Office Science 216
Phone 774.330.4580
  • 30 + years in the automotive and aerospace industries as a senior technical specialist and product develop engineer. Current areas of interest include 3D solid modeling, robotics, quality, and product lifecycle management (PLM). Extensive participation and leadership in the ANSI, SASIG, OMG, and ISO standards communities, including the AIAG Collaborative Engineering & Product Development Steering Committee, PDES Inc. industry cooperative, and STEP Product Data Management (PDM) Roundtable.
  • BS Civil Engineering – University of Notre Dame
  • MS Engineering Systems – UCLA
  • SOLIDWORKS Accredited Educator
  • Quality Six Sigma Black Belt
Daniel Prior
Daniel Prior, Adjunct Instructor: Engineering
Office Adjunct Faculty Office – first floor Science Building
Phone 774.330.7027

Daniel Prior has been an Electrical Engineer for 42 years, working in engineering design and management, employee training, human resources, labor contract negotiations, budgeting, and supply chain logistics software.

BSEE & MBA – Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Registered Professional Engineer – Massachusetts and Rhode Island

Dennis Miller
Dennis Miller, Adjunct Instructor
Office Adjunct Faculty Office – first floor Science Building
Phone 203.994.3823
or through Pat Phelan: 774.330.4363

Dennis Miller has been an Engineer for 40+ years; 34 years at AECOM an international infrastructure planning, design, construction, and operations firm. He also spent 6 years in other public and private engineering operations.

BS Civil Engineering – Penn State University
MBA – University of Connecticut

Robert Bartholomay
Robert Bartholomay, Adjunct Instructor
Office Varies
Phone 908.403.5704

Bart is a retired engineer with 41 years of experience in the pharmaceutical, vaccine, and biotech industry. Bart has been a registered PE in the State of Pennsylvania since 1978. Bart has earned a BSIE from Lehigh University, an MBA from Drexel University, an MSIE from Penn State University, and an MSCM from Stevens Institute of Technology.