The Technology Department commits to preparing students in quality programs for functional careers in architectural drafting technology, building construction technology, computer technology and electronic technology. The Associate in Science (A.S.) degree is offered in Architectural Drafting Technology. The Bachelor in Science (B.S.) degree is offered in Building Construction Technology, Computer Technology, and Electronic Technology and these bachelor degree programs are accredited by ATMAE (Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering).
The mission of the Department of Technology is to provide programs and services to prepare graduates for a variety of responsible technological and/or technical management positions in industry, business, and government. Accordingly, the department commits, through its academic programs, to fostering within students an intrinsic feeling of self-worth that allows them to be the best persons possible, as well as, the best technologists.
| Department of Technology Programs|
A.S. Degree in Architectural Drafting & Certificate in Industrial Management
The Architectural Drafting Technology Curriculum is designed to provide students with a technical education that will prepare them to work as semi-professionals immediately upon completion of the program. Graduates may fill such typical positions as architectural draftsman, mechanical draftsman, civil draftsman, technical representative, technical salesperson, or CAD operator. Read More
Building Construction Technology
B.S. degree in Building Construction Technology
The Building Construction program provides a sound background in principles and practices of residential and commercial construction. Courses of instruction include methods and materials of construction, building codes and specifications, architectural and computer-aided drafting, surveying, cost estimates, and computer principles. Students also take courses in statics, strength of materials and steel structures. Management courses include: construction scheduling, organization and supervision of construction, labor an industrial relations, and legal environment of business. Read More
B.S. degree in Computer Technology
The Computer Technology program prepares graduates for careers in maintaining, manufacturing integration and support of computer systems. Emphasis is placed on job skills required of professionals in the computer industry, including wireless systems, electronic interfacing, networking; digital communications, oral and written communication, and management principles. Read More
B.S. Degree in Electronic Technology
The Electronic Technology program is designed to provide graduates with technical-management competencies needed for professional careers in science, technology, education and management. These careers often require a thorough understanding of electronic instrumentation, industrial controls, and communications. Read More
The Department of Technology is accredited by the National Association of Industrial Technology.