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Department of Technology

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Welcome to the Department of Technology at the Elizabeth City State University. The Department of Technology is an academic unit within the School of Mathematics, Science and Technology, offering baccalaureate degree programs in Engineering Technology, Industrial Technology and Aviation Science. The students majoring in other disciplines can minor in any of these degree programs. The Bachelor of Science Degree programs are designed to prepare technical professionals for employment in industry, business, government, and education. Graduates of these programs will be prepared to seek careers in fields that apply principles and concepts from a variety of technical disciplines including Computer Networks, Avionics, Space Science, Air Traffic Control, Flight, Computer-Aided Design & Manufacturing, Electronics and Computer Technology, and Mechanical and Automation Technology.

Mission Statement - Department of Technology

The mission of the Department of Technology is to provide a quality education that prepares a diverse student body for rewarding professional career opportunities or graduate study in various fields including, engineering technology, industrial technology, aviation science and technical management.  The Department is committed to promoting excellence in teaching, research, services, and scholarly activities.

B.S. in Engineering Technology:

The degree program in Engineering Technology offers specializations in Computer and Information Technology and Mechanical and Automation. Curriculum includes courses in electronics, digital communications, computer design, solid mechanics, hardware and software programming, computer aided design and solid modeling, controls and automation.

B.S. in Industrial Technology:

The nationally accredited degree program in Industrial Technology offers specializations in Electronics and Computer Technology, Computer Networking Technology, and Mechanical and Manufacturing Technology. Curriculum includes courses in electronics, PC support, network communication, computer aided design, mechanical systems, thermal systems, fluids technology, and electromechanical controls. The BS degree program in Industrial Technology is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE)

B.S. in Aviation Science:

The degree program in Aviation Science offers specializations in Computer Science, Aviation Management, Avionics, Electronics, Public Administration, and Flight Education. Each of these concentrations of study is specifically designed to meet the requirements that have been approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Curriculum includes courses with a rigorous blend of mathematics, science and technology, communications, computers, management organization and a thorough spectrum of aviation courses.

For more information:

Mehran Elahi, Ph. DKuldeep Rawat PhD, Chairperson
Department of Technology
122-A Dixon-Patterson Hall
Campus Box 850
Elizabeth City, NC 27909
Phone: 252-335-3846 | Fax: 252-335-3760

Accreditation

The Industrial Technology Program is accredited by The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).

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