Engineering Technology Program
The Engineering Technology program prepares its graduates with a blend of technical knowledge, theoretical skills, and the hands-on experience necessary to enter professional careers in design, installation, operation, computer, electronics, information technology, mechanical, computer-aided manufacturing, control, robotics and automated systems. Engineering Technologists use the principles and theories of engineering, science, and mathematics to solve technical problems in engineering and engineering technology related fields. The program produces a highly competitive and marketable workforce for engineering and technology positions in industry, business, and government.
The B.S. in Engineering Technology offers concentrations in "Computer and Information Technology" and "Mechanical and Automation." The successful completion of this program will not only provide better job opportunities, but also prepare students who plan on pursuing graduate studies in the related fields. Majors must earn a grade of "C" or better in each required Engineering Technology course.