Drafting, Engineering Technology & Computing
Technology programs at Minnesota School of Business provide practical training in employer-requested skills. Architectural, engineering technology and computing classes are never taught in large lecture halls—students work closely with instructors who have industry experience.
NTI School of Technology degree programs
Architectural Drafting and Design in partnership with
In this associate-degree program, you will translate creative concepts into the elements of construction: detailed drawings, 3-D models and materials lists, using AutoCAD and Revit, industry-standard architecture design software. Program was developed in partnership with Northwest Technical Institute (NTI), which has specialized in drafting and design training since 1957.
Engineering Drafting and Design in partnership with
Turn concepts into reality as you apply research and problem-solving strategies to technical problems. In this associate-degree program, you will create 3-D models and drawings that link the work of engineers, product designers and production technicians.
Mechanical Engineering Technology in partnership with
In this program, you’ll use computer aided drafting and design (CADD) software like SolidWorks and Creo (Pro-Engineer) as you learn both engineering and management concepts. Upon graduation, you will be prepared for multiple positions within mechanical and manufacturing companies as a mechanical engineering technologist.
Other technology degree programs
Game and Application Development
Prepare to create alternate universes as a game developer or designer. Our bachelor's program includes web development and design, animation and illustration. Career opportunities include computer programming, game development and design, project management and software development. Offered at our Richfield, MN, campus.
Information Technology (IT)
Swipe a credit card, talk on a cell phone or wait for a traffic light to turn green, and you've interacted with a computer. We all rely on skilled IT professionals to support everyday activities. The flip side? The information technology job market is growing rapidly. Master's, bachelor's and associate degree programs prepare students for this dynamic career field.
Mobile Application Development
Employers like computer systems design companies, electronic manufacturers and software publishers are looking for creative mobile application developers. Get the skills you need! Earn an associate degree or certificate in mobile application development.
Software Application Development
Software developer. Programmer. Software applications analyst. As a Minnesota School of Business graduate, one of these job titles could be yours! That’s because our hands-on software application development training will give you the practical skills you need to create powerful software applications development solutions—and launch a career in a fast-growing field.
More about our career and technical college
For more information about our information technology, mechanical engineering technology and drafting programs, call toll-free: 1-877-655-7676 or contact admissions.
Note: Engineering Technology graduates are not eligible to become registered professional engineers in Minnesota or Wisconsin.