Our academic programs are as varied as the students who call the College of Technology home. Graduates of these programs make a difference every day working on the world’s pressing challenges: energy, sustainability, healthcare, homeland security, safety, leadership and many more. With a degree from the College of Technology, you will put the concepts you learn into practice on a daily basis.
Design, operate and maintain equipment that is essential in aircraft manufacturing. Turbine and jet engines, wind tunnels and virtual computer simulators are tools of the trade.
Study the aviation industry to prepare to manage an airport, lead a team of air traffic controllers, run a company or help set aviation policy.
Learn leadership and business concepts for construction, renovation or restoration projects. Prepare to be an effective leader and partner to clients.
Combine artistic and technical skills to design, analyze and communicate ideas visually. Prepare for a career in education, business, advertising, gaming, entertainment and beyond.
Apply computer, networking or database skills to challenges facing the Internet, mobile technologies, cloud computing, cyberforensics and more.
Learn the design and technical skills to put engineering ideas into action. Use your understanding of electricity and electronics to create or improve everyday and life-changing products.
Put engineering principles to work in this broad, hands-on major that will prepare you to use current technologies to address current local industry needs.
Help prepare tomorrow’s technology leaders by teaching them skills for a successful career and for solving the global challenges of tomorrow.
Strategically manage the process that takes a product from manufacturers and suppliers to a variety of customers in a complex global business environment.
Learn the skills necessary to improve quality and safety, streamline processes, cut costs, and manage people in a wide variety of manufacturing and technical settings.
It is common for students to combine the Industrial Technology and Industrial Distribution majors to get a double major in IT/ID that is highly valued by employers.
Find better ways to manufacture products and maintain quality control through the entire production process while ensuring efficient use of personnel and resources.
Learn to analyze and solve production problems and work to design systems and operations that improve and streamline the manufacturing process.
Learn to apply leadership and contemporary management practices to help an organization reach its goals. Focus on people and purpose in a variety of leadership positions.
Take to the skies in our planes or practice in our simulators as you prepare for a career as a commercial, corporate or charter pilot.