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Construction Engineering Technology 

The construction engineering technology (CET) program is designed to help students solve problems in the construction industry related to managing the construction process, executing designs of architects and engineers, estimating, scheduling and coordinating projects.  

Electrical Engineering Technology 

The Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) curriculum provides preparation for outstanding career opportunities not only in the electronics industry itself, but also in many other areas in modern industry that depend upon electronics for control, communications or computation. The program is laboratory-oriented and provides a strong foundation of specialized mathematics and science courses in applied electrical engineering and related technical areas.

Fire & Emergency Management Administration

OSU's graduate program in Fire and Emergency Management Administration Program (FEMP) is one of the oldest programs in the nation.  Students receive a superior academic experience in preparing leaders in the fire services, disaster management, emergency management professions, as well as educators and researchers in these fields.

Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Technology

The Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Technology (FPSET) Program began at OSU in 1937.  The demand for loss control specialists has resulted in the evolution of the program into the one that places emphasis on fire protection, safety, and occupational/environmental health.  

Mechanical Engineering Technology

Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) is the component of engineering that specializes in design and application. MET includes the broad areas of mechanical design, mechanical power and manufacturing.


What is

Engineering Technology?

Engineering technology education is concerned with the practical application of engineering achievement with emphasis on the end product rather than the conceptual process. Whereas the development of new methods is the mark of the engineer, effective use of established methods is the mark of the technologist. Often the technologist will be expected to achieve what the engineer conceives. 

Curricular Subdivisions

The Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology program is composed of the following curricular subdivisions: 

Mathematics and science—algebra, trigonometry, applied calculus, general physics, and chemistry or other science. 

Technical specialty—technical science and related technical courses. 

Communication—English composition, and written and oral technical communication. 

Social sciences and humanities—history, government, religion, literature, art, music.

Electives—controlled and general.


Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology Degree Programs:


Construction Management Technology: 124 hours

Electrical Engineering Technology: 130 hours

Fire Protection and Safety Engineering Technology: 125 hours

Mechanical Engineering Technology: 121 hours

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