The Engineering Technology Department is becoming the Engineering and Design Department. Programs available under our new name are:
We will be continuing to update our website in the coming months to reflect these changes. For updated program information, click on the Program Links at left, and click on 2013-2014 Planning Guides.
These programs place an emphasis on practical, “hands-on” laboratory experiences in addition to strong theoretical course work. Each program’s curriculum is designed with input from strong industrial advisory committees to prepare students for professional positions in industry. Graduates of the programs have consistently been placed in positions appropriate to their field of study. Companies that employ graduates include: Alpha Technologies, Boeing Company, CH2M-Hill, Cypress Semiconductor, Daktronics, Fleck, Fluke Corporation, Janicki, Mentor Graphics, Microsoft, Nike, Physio-Control, PACCAR, Pro-CNC, Rane Corporation, Rothenbuhler Engineering, Tempress, Triquest, Universal Avionics, etc. Students have numerous opportunities to participate in projects and undergraduate research with faculty members. Additionally, students have opportunities to work on projects directly with industry partners.
As part of the change to the Engineering and Design Department, the following programs are in moratorium, and are no longer accepting new students: