Earn a degree in one of the country’s fastest-growing fields — computer science and engineering technology. UToledo’s focus on hands-on learning makes our graduates more attractive to employers.
The accredited computer science and engineering technology program at The University of Toledo combines two highly-marketable careers: engineering and computer science. Computer science is one of the fastest-growing occupations in the U.S.
UToledo’s unique curriculum focuses on hands-on education with lots of lab work. Students also get practical work experiences through optional co-ops.
CSET majors learn to plan, construct, troubleshoot and manage hardware and software in sophisticated data networks. They also learn website design and development.
Graduates of the CSET programs are considered engineering technologists. They are valuable additions to high-tech corporations throughout the country that develop, maintain and market computer systems.
Learn more about the Engineering Technology Department.
The staff at UToledo’s Career Development Center is dedicated to helping students hone their professional skills for interviews. Most of our students are job-ready by their sophomore years.
Typical jobs include:
The CSET program’s hands-on curriculum provides students with an in-depth understanding of computer hardware and software as they relate to computer design and applications. Students get a solid foundation in the principles of electronics, with an emphasis on installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of computer systems. They also learn about the use of software in engineering technology, which requires a knowledge of programming and computer operating systems.
Cybersecurity minor covers:
Software Engineering minor covers:
UToledo is one of just eight universities nationwide that requires co-ops for all engineering students. Our Career Development Center places students in 40 states and 34 countries. These three semesters of paid work experience set our graduates apart from other job candidates.