If your interests lie in the fields of adult education, architecture, automotive, aviation, computing, construction, electronics, engineering technology, human resources, interior design, management, manufacturing, teaching, safety or textiles, then the College of Technology offers a degree for you. The College offers a wide range of degree programs, from baccalaureate degrees to master's degrees. We also offer a Ph.D. degree in Technology Management. Many degree programs offer minors, and there are several distance education options.
Key: B.S.=Bachelor of Science; M.S.=Master of Science; Minor=secondary specialization; Cert.=certification; Dist=Distance Education
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For older guides please see your advisor.
|Adult Career Education|
|Automation and Control Engineering Technology|
|Automotive Engineering Technology - Automotive AAS Degree|
|Automotive Engineering Technology - Freshman or Transfer w/o Approved Automotive AS or AAS Degree|
|Automotive Technology Management Minor|
|Civil Engineering Technology|
|Computer Aided Design and Drafting|
|Computer Engineering Technology|
|Electronics & Computer Technology|
|Electronics Engineering Technology|
|Human Resource Development for Higher Education and Industry|
|Interior Architecture Design|
|Lean Six Sigma|
|Manufacturing Engineering Technology|
|Mechanical Engineering Technology|
|Military Leadership Minor|
|Occupational Health and Safety|
|Occupational Safety Management|
|Packaging Engineering Technology|
|Post-Secondary Facilitator (ACE)|
|Professional Aviation Flight Technology|
|Technology and Engineering Education|
|Technology Management, M.S. -- Concentrations: Automotive, Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Packaging, Quality|
|Technology Management, Ph.D. -- Specializations: Construction Management, Digital Communication Systems, HRD and Industrial Training, Manufacturing Systems, Quality Systems|
|Textiles, Apparel, and Merchandising|
The content of this page is intended as a guide. For detailed program requirements contact the program coordinator or consult the Undergraduate Catalog. Prospective students should use the most recent catalog; current or returning students should use the catalog that applies to their catalog year.
The Catalog of Indiana State University is the document of authority for all students. The requirements given in the catalog supersede information issued by any academic department, program, college, or school. The University reserves the right to change the requirements at any time.