Bridging Theory with Practice.

The College of Engineering & Engineering Technology (CEET) develops adaptable problem solvers capable and ready to solve the challenges of a dynamic and quickly changing world.  Our students not only focus in the classroom, but also spend time working inside our many laboratories, where they learn to apply the complicated principles they learn in the classroom.  This prepares each student for internships and research projects that most often translate to job opportunities immediately upon graduation.

Students in Computer LabWe have more than 200 company presidents, CEO's, and senior executives among our alumni, and our alumni society (ETAS) directly impacts the instruction of our faculty. CEET understands that engineering professionals are constantly evolving, so we keep our finger on the pulse of change. Our classroom instruction is always current, and the majority of our faculty have business and industry experience.

We have 45 full-time faculty members, 96 percent of which hold doctoral degrees.  Our faculty personally teach all undergraduate and graduate classes, so you'll learn from qualified, skilled professionals.  Our classrooms are small and you'll benefit from the personal attention of your faculty members who know you by name and take a personal interest in your education and your life.

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