Applied Engineering & Technology

The Department of Applied Engineering and Technology prepares professionals - through bachelor, associate, and certification programs - for careers in:

Advanced career opportunities in Applied Engineering and Technology Management may be found through the Master of Science program.

Facilities, Equipment and Instruction

The Department is located in the Ralph W. Whalin Technology Complex which includes approximately 100,000 square feet of classroom and laboratory space.

Laboratories housed in the Whalin Complex include aviation, automation, electronics, computer aided drafting (CAD), flight simulator, graphic communications, quality assurance and metrology, materials and metallic processes, construction estimating, fluid power and computer applications.

The facilities are located in the central portion of campus and are close to the library, classroom buildings and dormitories.

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