The mission of the Department of Engineering and Technology, located in the College of Aeronautics, is to support a broad range of knowledge, skills and abilities in engineering concepts and principles by providing appropriate courses and programs of study tailored for our undergraduate and graduate student clientele.
The Department is responsible for the Associate of Science in Engineering Fundamentals, Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Master of Systems Engineering, Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering and Master of Science in Unmanned and Autonomous Systems Engineering degree programs.
The Department of Engineering and Technology consists of thirteen dedicated full-time faculty with a wide variety of real-world experience in government and private sector engineering. Our adjunct faculty members are employed in industry and government with key experiences in the aerospace disciplines of engineering.
Our Master of Systems Engineering program, launched in 2011, is attracting an increasing number of applicants worldwide and is building a diverse faculty cadre for both online and classroom-taught courses.