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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 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 automation, 3D printing/prototyping, robotics, electronics, computer aided drafting (CAD), flight simulators, quality assurance and metrology, materials and metallic processes, construction estimating, fluid power, networking, cyber security and computer applications.

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

How are we doing? Graduate Surveys

To help assess how we are doing and to provide data for the reaccreditation process through the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) we ask our Applied Engineering Management/Industrial Technology and Network Security and Electronics/Computer Electronic Networking graduates complete the Alumni Survey. This survey is completely voluntary and helps AE&T faculty track students as they advance in their careers. The questionnaire also gives graduates and employers an opportunity to provide much needed information regarding AE&T programs, such as suggestions for improvement.

The questionnaire should take less than 5 minutes to complete and will provide us with very valuable information. Active links to the surveys are below or you may download the MS Word AE&T Alumni and Employer Surveys instructions HERE.

Please provide your supervisor/employer with the link below and ask them to complete the survey as we highly value their input.

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