The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology curriculum is designed to provide its graduates with a breadth of knowledge, command
of theoretical and scientific fundamentals, and knowledge of industrial practices
as related to the graduates’ selected area(s) of study. The curriculum also emphasizes
human relations, technological, and management skills.
Graduates are referred to as Engineering Technologists and work as members of the
engineering team focusing primarily on the implementation of new technologies. Students
will select two fields of study providing depth in subjects of interest to them. Technical
electives will provide breadth of study that supports their general knowledge base.
Within the core are courses that prepare students to manage people and projects as
they grow in their career. Graduates of this program are employed in the areas of
quality assurance, product/software support, applied design and development, manufacturing
support. plant management, computerized process control, systems planning, process
planning, supervision and technical sales.
Program Educational Objectives
Field of Study Course Sequences
Day Night Rotation Schedule
For more information please contact Mr. Tom Banning, coordinator of the Engineering Technology undergraduate program.
Daniel Kohn, Assistant Professor, was recognized as an IEEE Outstanding Student Branch Counselor. This award is reserved for individuals who, through their work as Counselors and Advisors, exemplify the Institute's commitment to the educational, personal, professional, and technical development of students in IEEE related fields of interest. 28 individuals from around the world received this honor! Mr. Kohn was one of four who received it within Region 3 -the southeastern United States region and Jamaica.