The program includes field-based professional studies experience. You’ll complete a 240-hour industrial internship, in which you’ll work with professionals in the field on applied technical projects.

Choose from a diverse selection of courses, including Transportation Systems, Electronics and Mechatronics, Design, Computer Aided Drafting (CAD), Mechanical/Architectural Drafting, Construction Systems, Materials Processing, Instructional Technologies, Manufacturing and Energy Technologies. With the ever-evolving nature of technology, you'll learn on updated tools and gain the foundation to handle the workplace of today and the future.

Launch your career


Join the active Oswego Technology Education Association student organization. Get involved in community service projects, including scholastic robot competitions. Work with faculty on applied projects. Take advantage of an internship or co-op opportunity to put what you've learned to work in hands-on experience.


Opportunities include

  • Industrial or product designer
  • Technical sales/service representative
  • Corporate technical trainer
  • Production control manager
  • CAD specialist

Graduate studies may include

  • Industrial or product design
  • Computer aided design


Our facilities in recently renovated Park Hall — named for a pioneer in this field who helped build the Oswego program and influenced teaching internationally — include 11 applied technology laboratories.

“If D-K (Manufacturing Corp. in Fulton) needed me to do homework or product development here, I could do it. I already know how to use the advanced manufacturing equipment. At D-K, they are using the Mastercam software, setting up similar machines and running the parts.”

— Edward McCormack ’15