Department of Engineering, Computer Science, and Engineering Technology


Are you interested in improving the world through technology?

The Computer Science, Engineering and Engineering Technology Programs at Collin College can give you the start you need to a career you will love.



Transfer Programs

Prepare to transfer to a university for a bachelor's degree in computer science, computer software, or engineering by taking recommended coursework






Electronic Technology, Robotics and Automation Technology


RTX Raytheon Apprenticeship Program:

Electronic Technology


Workforce Programs

2-year degree programs leading to technologically advanced careers with competitive salaries



Electronic Engineering Technology

A two-year degree (AAS) of this program will prepare you for  jobs in electronics industry, data centers, power and energy sector. 


Robotics and Automation Technology

Previously known as Industrial Automation.  A two-year degree (AAS) of this program will prepare you for jobs in robotic and automated manufacturing of consumable products, medical devices, packaging, and distribution.


Biomedical Equipment Technology

A two-year degree (AAS) of this program will prepare you for jobs in hospitals, medical offices, large clinics, biomedical equipment manufacturing and distribution with no direct contact with patients.  




                        Electronic Engineering Technology                   Robotics and Automation Technology                 Biomedical Equipment Technology




We offer: 

Flexible scheduling: day, evening, and weekend
Engineering classes on multiple campuses

Engineering Technology classes on Technical Campus
Support for women in engineering

An encouraging environment for working students
A Veteran-friendly setting 

Program specific guidance


Which Program is the Best Fit?

Consider Engineering or Computer Science Transfer programs if you..

Plan to transfer to a university for an BS in Engineering or Computer Science and you:


  • enjoy critical thinking, complex problem-solving and decision making 
  • have an aptitude for higher-level mathematics
  • can meet tight deadlines
  • have perseverance
  • are able to work in a team
  • effectively communicate, both verbally and in writing



Consider one of the Engineering Technology programs if you...

  • enjoy hands-on problem solving 
  • have an aptitude for technical math
  • have steady hands, manual dexterity and coordination as well as visualization
  • are adept at time management
  • possess great oral and written comprehension skills 




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Our student organizations: 
Society of Women Engineers Chapter 
Robotics Club


Students in action: Student Projects

Stepmania Project

Plot Clock

Advanced Robotics


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