The word "technology" covers a broad spectrum of areas of study and this is reflected in the diverse degrees offered by the College of Technology at ISU. If your interests lie in the fields of adult education, technology and engineering education, interior architecture design, automotive, aviation, computing, construction management, civil engineering technology, packaging, automation and controls, engineering technology, electronics, human resources, manufacturing, mechanical engineering technology, information technology, safety management, technology management or textiles, apparel and merchandising, then the College of Technology offers a degree for you. Graduates obtain some the best jobs with solid employment across the United States. These careers provide our graduates opportunities to be successful managers in their chosen industry segment.
The College of Technology faculty are seasoned with vast industry experience in their respective areas of study. Here at Indiana State University, you will study technology and management with full-time faculty in more than 30 specialized state-of-the-art instructional laboratories. Many programs offer online degree options for bachelors, masters, and even the Ph.D. study as well as campus.
Career opportunities abound with jobs in technology. We encourage you to explore our technology programs in the College of Technology and we invite you to let us help you choose a technology major that will empower your future.
Sycamore aviators take to the air in search of a win
The Air Race Classic begins June 16 and will take the
trio on a 2,692-mile race across the mid-section of the
United States. It begins this year in Concord, Calif.
and ends in New Cumberland, Pa. Indiana State is one of
50 teams involved in the race.
Technology alumnus builds a foundation of success
Tim Govert may have graduated from Indiana State
University 20 years ago, but he's still leaving his mark
on campus - literally.
Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann gets her wings visiting Indiana State's Flight Academy
Indiana Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann received a lesson on
how to operate a small drone while visiting Indiana
State University’s Flight Academy on Thursday.
Technology students develop mobile app for local nonprofit
Five students in Jared Wuerzburger's mobile computing projects class spent the semester developing the mobile application for United Way of the Wabash Valley.
For any questions about our College of Technology programs, please contact us today via our toll-free phone at 888-478-7003 or via e-mail at email@example.com
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ISU welcome back picnic open to campus community
New student advisement and late registration
Residence halls open
Fall classes begin