Helping our community to build the future
The Engineering & Applied Technology Department is home to Santa Rosa Junior College’s Architecture, Construction, Civil Engineering, Surveying, Mapping, Electronics, Engineering Transfer, Interior Design & Water and Waste Water Treatment programs.
We offer certificates, degrees, and transfer options through current and relevant curriculum that features multiple state-of-the-art facilities and industry-leading software applications. Whether you are changing careers or you are a professional looking to upgrade and enhance your work place skills, the Engineering & Applied Technology Department’s dedicated instructors and support staff provide course offerings that serve local industry and beyond. Our diverse students are from a broad range of ages and backgrounds.
Your future in the Architecture, Construction, Civil Engineering, 3D Computer Animation, Interior Design, Surveying, Mapping, Electronics, Mechatronics, Engineering, Water and Waste Water Treatment fields can be started, defined, and enhanced at Santa Rosa Junior College. We invite you to learn more about our programs and courses by using the links at the left of this page to explore our outstanding programs.
Current news & events about the happenings in Engineering & Applied Technology.
The Geospacial Technology (GIS) Program is going on hiatus beginning Fall 2019. We hope to retool the program and bring it back in the future.
We will continue to offer the GIS 40 (Intro to GIS) course as it is needed for other programs at SRJC.
NOTICE (Summer 2019):
This summer the Engineering & Applied Technology Department will be moving out of Shuhaw Hall into our new temporary home of Kunde Hall while the new Lindley Center for STEM Education is being built.
All Shuhaw Hall labs will be CLOSED for summer 2019 in preparation for the move to Kunde Hall. As a result all summer lab based courses will be offered in Bussman Hall.