Our Focus is Your Success
Whether you want to create a new life-changing technology, design sustainable buildings, or even work for NASA, the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) will help you get there. Our extensive partnership networks, hands-on courses, and accomplished faculty will prepare you for your career or further education in graduate school.
We offer degrees in:
- engineering, with an emphasis on theory, analysis, and design,
- technology, with an emphasis on hands-on application of theory
- architecture, a combination of design and application of theory.
All of our programs promote technical excellence, reasoning ability, communication and interpersonal skills, and an understanding of ethical and moral issues. Our small class sizes lead to personal connections, making it easy for faculty to share their expertise with you.
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Opening this fall, the Hursey Center will include state-of-the-art facilities for CETA's growing programs and its students. Hear from some of our current students and Dean on what they are looking forward to the most about the new building in the video below.
CETA's Student Services (UT 209) and Dean's Office (UT 203) have staff ready to help you, starting on day one! Walk-ins are welcome.
Please note, for the fall 2020 semester, all staff will be available remotely via their personal WebEx meeting room during office hours if they are not on campus. Student Services will be staffed with one individual each day during the office hours below to assist students.
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-768-4844
Our programs are all accredited, meaning you can trust the quality of the education you receive. This distinction also leads to more career opportunities. For example, you must graduate from an accredited school to be licensed or certified in technical professions, or to work for multinational corporations.