Engineering Technology

Undergraduate Program

The Department of Engineering Technology offers five (5) programs of study leading to the bachelor of science (BS) degree. They are:

  1. Computer Science & Engineering Technology (CSET)
  2. Construction Engineering Technology (CET)
  3. Electrical Engineering Technology (EET)
  4. Information Technology (IT)
  5. Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET)

Detailed information about each of these programs can be found by clicking on "Overview of ET Programs" which is located to the right of this page.

All five programs are offered in three scheduling formats; four-year full-time day, six-year part-time evening and alternating co-op. The CSET program is also offered in an online degree-completion format.

The Co-Op Program is optional for students in all five undergraduate programs in the Department of Engineering Technology.

Undergraduate Degrees Awarded

The table below summarizes the BS degree award data for the three semesters that make up the 2018-2018 Academic Year. Numbers are organized by major.

  Count of Degrees by MAJOR

 

AY/TERM

AY 2018-2019

AY
2018-19
Totals

DEPARTMENT

MAJOR

Sum'18

Fall'18

Spr'19

ET

CET

3

10

23

36

CSET

4

20

11

35

ELCT

7

15

15

37

ITCE

3

5

8

16

MCHT

17

36

42

95

ET Total

34

86

99

219

 

Undergraduate Enrollment

The table below shows the enrollment (by major) in the ET Department for the fall 2019 semester. A total of 958 students are enrolled. Note that the letters "UNDT" in the MAJOR column stand for "undecided technology." These are students who have been admitted to the ET Department but have not yet declared a major.

PROGRAM

MAJOR

Total

ET

CET

136

CSET

233

EET

107

IT

106

MET

296

UNDT

80

ET Total

958

ASEE Annual Profiles: By the Numbers

To provide perspective for the numbers above, the documents linked at right and labeled "National Data" show how how the ET Department at UT compares to similar departments at other institutions in the country. These documents are compiled by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) and published annually. Programs at UT are consistently in the top 10 (and often in the top 5) for both degrees awarded and total enrollment.

Last Updated: 9/10/19