December 16, 2010 | Adam Sorensen | Leave a comment SUNY Canton’s Canino School of Engineering recently announced that they have added another bachelors degree program beginning in the Fall 2011 semester. College officials said after receiving approval from the New York State Education Department and the State University of New York, the school is now developing a four-year degree program in mechanical technology. Lower division courses can be completed online, however the complexity of the advanced classes requires students to attend on-campus courses for face-to-face interaction with professors and peers. "The current associate degree program historically sees 100 percent placement upon graduation with two-thirds of those graduates continuing their education elsewhere,” said Daniel J. Miller, assistant professor of mechanical engineering technology at the school. “We provide an education that assures them their degree will enable them to find work within the industry." Furthermore, students can choose from two concentrations within the program-mechanical manufacturing and heating as well as ventilation and air conditioning. College officials note that enrollees will learn how to analyze, design, implement machine processes, build energy systems, while working with up-to-date automations control systems and their application in the field.