Landmark, collaborative, regional Engineering Technology program moving forward with final approval
Thirteen educational “points of entry” in one region. Two four-year state institutions from which to earn a diploma. One high-demand career field with a need for locally-developed engineering knowledge and talent.
And, now, a clear path to launch the academic program, propel students and drive northeast Wisconsin’s regional economy in the process.
The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) has officially approved the groundbreaking, new Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, innovatively and collaboratively developed by the 13 Northeast Wisconsin Educational Resource Alliance (NEW ERA) institutions and colleges and regional manufacturers.