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Department of Engineering Technology

Overview

The Department of Engineering Technology offers four (4) undergraduate programs and one (1) graduate program of study. Please visit the “Degrees & Programs” part of this Web site for more information on the exciting specializations offered in each major.

Some key characteristics of the department that facilitates our educational mission include:
·         Strong student-centered focus
·         Close faculty-student interaction
·         Experiential (learning by doing) learning
·         More than 20 technical laboratories in a state-of-the-art facility
·         Industry-relevant curriculum
·         Industrial internships
·         Applied research-oriented faculty

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Overview

The Department of Engineering Technology offers four (4) undergraduate programs and one (1) graduate program of study. The four (4) Majors at the undergraduate level include: 1) BS in Concrete Industry Management (CIM); 2) BS in Construction Science and Management (CSM); 3) BST in Engineering Technology with specializations in: Construction, Electronics, Environmental, Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology; and, 4) BS in Technology Management with majors in: Electronics, Manufacturing, and Teacher Certification. At the graduate level, the Master of Science in Technology Management degree is offered. Please visit the “Degrees & Programs” part of this Web site for more information on the exciting specializations offered in each major.

Some key characteristics of the department that facilitates our educational mission include:
·         Strong student-centered focus
·         Close faculty-student interaction
·         Experiential (learning by doing) learning
·         More than 20 technical laboratories in a state-of-the-art facility
·         Industry-relevant curriculum
·         Industrial internships
·         Applied research-oriented faculty