If you enjoy hands-on learning and are interested in a dynamic, flexible career with tremendous growth potential, the Engineering Technology discipline at the University of Central Missouri may be right for you.
Engineering technologists analyze complex needs and design application-based solutions to meet them. From day one in our accredited program, you’ll engage with real-world engineering projects and learn how to approach the whole problem rather than only parts of it.
Engineering Technology offers five concentrations
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State-of-the-art labs and facilities
Hands-on, student-centered learning
Learn practical, in-demand job skills
Collaborative learning in small classes
Affordable, ABET-accredited program
Engineering Technology at UCM fosters a collaborative applied learning environment. Our theory-to-application approach helps you build a holistic understanding of engineering technology and how it can be used in real life. Our graduates are equipped to design, develop, test and fabricate products and machines for many industries.
UCM Engineering Technology students benefit from:
Graduates of the Engineering Technology program at UCM are well-versed in theory and have extensive hands-on experience thanks to our focus on applied learning and opportunities for real-world engineering experience. You’ll be well-equipped to step into your new career with confidence. Typical starting roles for engineering technologists include:
These reports highlight UCM graduates six months after graduation on their First Destination Success (FDS). FDS can be defined as graduates who are actively engaged in work/educational experiences (full-time, part-time, military, volunteer/program of service, or continuing education). Prospective students and families can gain knowledge by looking at major statistics.
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The graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Technology will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:
The student outcomes for the Engineering Technology program are:
The Engineering Technology Program at Central Missouri University is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org.