The Department of Engineering and Science Technology is located in Schrank Hall - North and South. Faculty members pride themselves in applying leading-edge technology to classroom instruction while using the latest technology to complement hands-on instruction.
Mission: The Department of Engineering & Science Technology offers market-driven, applied degrees (associate and bachelor) and certificates. E&ST faculty expertise (discipline education and real-world work experience) is a key component to our program success and facilitate the effective, experiential learning brought to our students. Strategic partnerships within the region help ensure student success and job placement. The majority of our programs are ABET accredited, ensuring program quality and continuous improvement. E&ST students have various learning opportunities outside of the classroom including co-ops, service-learning and professional student organizations. Program courses are offered during the day and evenings in formats that include online, hybrid and flipped.
Vision: Our vision is to become a regional leader in technology education recognized for our focus on student success and inclusive excellence. Through educational experiences that expose our students to the latest technology, we will empower them to become innovators and entrepreneurs.
Areas of technical instruction include:
The department also provides instruction in the General Technologies of Chemistry and Physics.
Tau Alpha Pi is the national honor society for engineering technology students, just as Phi Theta Kappa and Phi Beta Kappa are for associate degree and liberal arts students, and Tau Beta Pi is for engineering students. Tau Alpha Pi membership is open to top-performing associate-degree and baccalaureate students in engineering technology programs.
Schrank Hall South, Room 121 or 123
Department Chair, Engineering and Science Technology;
Professor of GIS/LIS & Surveying and Mapping