The Ing. José Domingo Pérez School of Engineering was established in 1990 with the support of Sandia National Laboratories of the U.S. Department of Energy. The School currently has over 1,600 students in a wide variety of academic programs that range from associate degrees in technology to baccalaureate, certificates and master’s degrees. The School offers a highly qualified faculty, a wide range of student services, modern facilities and equipment, opportunities to participate in faculty-directed research, special design projects, and industrial internships.
Computer Technology and Networks
Electrical Technology and Renewable Energy
Electronic Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Quality Control Engineering Technology
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology with Energy Management
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