WELCOME TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGYEngineering technology at the University of Dayton will teach you how to apply science and engineering in industry preparing you for a productive career in design, development and implementation of technical systems in manufacturing, as well as business and service enterprises. Our acclaimed program of specialized technical courses emphasizes rational thinking and uses engineering and scientific principles to solve technological problems.
Our programs — computer engineering technology, electronic engineering technology, electronic and computer engineering technology, global manufacturing systems engineering technology, industrial engineering technology and mechanical engineering technology — are accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
At the University of Dayton, the programs of engineering technology are taught by experts in areas such as computer engineering, electronic engineering, global manufacturing systems engineering, industrial engineering and mechanical engineering.
The department offers the following programs at the undergraduate level. Click a link below to go to the University's Areas of Study and learn more about the program of your choice:
- Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology
- Global Manufacturing Systems Engineering Technology
- Industrial Engineering Technology
- Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Bachelor's Plus Master's Program
- Minor in Automotive Systems
- Minor in Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology
- Minor in Engineering Technology
- Minor in Industrial Automation and Applied Robotic Systems
- Minor in Industrial Engineering Technology
- Minor in Integrated Arts and Technology
- Minor in Global Manufacturing Systems Engineering Technology
- Minor in Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Minor in Quality Assurance
- Minor in Sustainable Manufacturing
Our Engineering Technology undergraduate programs are accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
Graduates of the engineering technology programs find positions in facilities management, maintenance management, manufacturing, manufacturing supervision, plant engineering, product design and development, purchasing, quality management, technical sales, technical services, and many other areas.
According to a recent survey of engineering technology graduates, the average starting salary is approximately $52,000 per year and advancement to managerial positions is strong.
About a third of our graduates continue their education and pursue degrees such as Master of Industrial Administration, Master of Business Administration, or Master of Science in engineering management or management science. Some pursue graduate work in technical fields including computer science, electronics and manufacturing. Others continue their studies through law school and develop careers in environmental law, patent law or a general practice.
OpportunitiesNational honor societies, professional organizations, service clubs, sororities and fraternities, the School of Engineering provides students with opportunities to learn and achieve outside the classroom. We recognize our students' talents and provide opportunities and activities for real experience and advanced learning — and fun. We work closely with alumni and private business leaders to supply ongoing opportunities and continue the cycle of education and service in the engineering community.
Faculty and StaffOur faculty members conduct research in the areas of ergonomics, human factors, lean manufacturing, energy assessment, product innovation and much more. In and out of the classroom, they are there for you! Contact us with any questions about our research or areas of expertise. Chairperson: Scott Schneider. Electronic and Computer Engineering Coordinator: James Globig. Global Manufacturing Systems Coordinator: Robert Wolff. Industrial Engineering Coordinator: Charlie Edmonson. Mechanical Engineering Coordinator: Sean Falkowski. Administrative Assistant: Peg Mount.
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|University of Dayton
School of Engineering
Department of Engineering Technology
Kettering Laboratories Room 465
300 College Park
Dayton, OH 45469-0249