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Graduate Students

The College of Technology offers the following options for graduate students:

Master of Engineering Technology (Engineering Technology)

  • Engineering Technology
  • Engineering Technology (Construction Technical)
  • Engineering Technology (Electronics Technical)
  • Engineering Technical (Manufacturing Technical)
  • Engineering Technology (Mechanical Technical)
  • Engineering Technology (Plastics Technical)

Master of Science Degree with a Major in Career and Technical Education (Emphases listed below)

  • Family and Consumer Sciences (Technology and Workforce Learning,  and Family and Consumer Sciences Education)
  • College Teaching ( Technology and Workforce Learning)
  • Technology Education (Technology and Workforce Learning)
  • Technical Teacher Education (Technology and Workforce Learning)

Master of Science Degree with a Major in Technology (Emphases listed below)

  • Automotive Technology (Technology and Workforce Learning, and Automotive)
  • Construction Management (Technology and Workforce Learning, and School of Construction)
  • Graphics Management (Technology and Workforce Learning, and Graphics and Imaging Technologies)
  • Graphics Design (Technology and Workforce Learning, and Graphics and Imaging Technologies)
  • Innovation in Technology (Technology and Workforce Learning)
  • Personnel Development (Technology and Workforce Learning)
  • Technology Management (Technology and Workforce Learning)
  • No Emphasis (Technology and Workforce Learning)

Specialist in Education Degree - Major in Workforce Development and Education (Technology & Workforce Learning)

Doctoral Study with Cooperating Universities