Engineering & technology
Management and Leadership:
Consulting and Research:
Education and Academia:
Startups and Entrepreneurship:
Renewable Energy Engineer:
Quality Assurance and Testing:
Sales and Marketing:
Engineering technology education is concerned with the practical application of engineering achievement with emphasis on the end product rather than the conceptual process. Whereas the development of new methods is the mark of the engineer, effective use of established methods is the mark of the technologist.
Demonstrate technical knowledge and expertise in their chosen field of engineering or technology
Apply problem-solving skills to analyze complex engineering issues and develop effective solutions.
Cultivate critical thinking abilities to evaluate information, data, and engineering designs for decision-making.
Develop proficiency in mathematical and computational skills relevant to their discipline.
Create and innovate engineering systems, products, or processes with consideration for safety, sustainability, and ethical principles.
Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, to convey technical information and collaborate with colleagues and stakeholders.
Collaborate as part of interdisciplinary teams to address multifaceted engineering challenges.
Utilize modern engineering tools, software, and technologies to design, analyze, and simulate engineering systems.
Understand and apply principles of project management to plan and execute engineering projects efficiently.
Demonstrate a commitment to ethical practices, professional responsibility, and sustainability in engineering and technology projects.
Engage in lifelong learning and professional development to stay current with evolving technologies and industry trends.
Recognize the global and societal impact of engineering and technology and consider these factors in their work.
Exhibit an awareness of safety regulations and protocols relevant to their field and adhere to them in their work.
Evaluate the economic, environmental, and social implications of engineering solutions and make informed decisions.
Prepare for and pursue certifications, licensures, or advanced degrees as appropriate to their career goals and field of engineering or technology.
Courses Under This Faculty
Calculus I, II, and III
Probability and Statistics for Engineers
Electricity and Magnetism
Waves and Optics
Mechanics of Materials
Structural Analysis and Design
Chemical Process Principles
Chemical Reaction Engineering
Heat and Mass Transfer
Medical Device Design
Water and Wastewater Treatment
Air Pollution Control
Environmental Impact Assessment
Quality Control and Six Sigma
Supply Chain Management
Production and Operations Management
Robotics Kinematics and Dynamics
Control Systems for Automation
Renewable Energy Systems
Energy Efficiency and Conservation
Sustainable Design Principles
Engineering Project Management
Risk Analysis and Management