Russ College of Engineering and Technology
125 Stocker Center
Todd Myers, Chair
The Department of Engineering Technology and Management has a long and rich history of preparing graduates for careers in business and industry. Common starting job titles include: manufacturing engineer, quality engineer, process engineer, applications engineer, sales engineer, production manager, project managers, and operations manager.
Accredited by the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering, the B.S. in Engineering Technology and Management combines technical content with courses in General Education, quantitative sciences, natural sciences, and business management, to prepare graduates for technical-management positions in manufacturing organizations.
In addition, all students complete a minor in business administration, and a certificate (5 courses) in lean Six-Sigma, and many opt to take the certificate (5 courses) in Project Management; these additional credentials have proved to be a tremendous asset in both getting the job and advancing within the organization.
ProgramsAssociate in Applied ScienceBachelor of ScienceBachelor of Science in Technical Operations Management