Hands-On Learning Reimagined
Explore our labs and studios virtually.
At CETA, students have a unique hands-on learning experience through well-equipped labs, studios, classrooms, and collaborative spaces. Core classes for our engineering, technology, and architecture programs are in United Technologies Hall, Dana Hall, and Harry Jack Gray Center. Throughout these buildings are where you will also find faculty offices and collaborative space to use.
Discover the spaces for you to expand your imagination, creativity, and skills and check out our labs and studios below through our image galleries.
Want to get a feel for the rest of campus? Check out the main Virtual Experience page on the Admission section of the website.
Fall Open House Virtual Info Sessions
Along with our Virtual Open House on Nov. 14, CETA will be hosting individual info sessions about our programs. Join us for our final info session to hear about our exciting undergraduate architectural design + technology program. Register below:
Architecture Labs and Studios
Engineering and Technology Labs and Studios
Have the chance to work in the machinery and power systems laboratory, the manufacturing metrology laboratory, the acoustics laboratory, the audio studios, or even the robotics laboratories! Located in United Technologies Hall and Dana Hall, our engineering and technology classrooms, labs and studios are regularly updated and stay equipped with:
- the latest technology and new software currently used by industry
- digital and overhead projectors
- television equipment regularly maintained by Media Technology Services
- computers and other equipment supported by an in-house staff of computer and technology specialists
- and much more!
Our new 60,000-square foot academic building, opening in Fall 2021, will include state-of-the-art labs and classrooms for CETA students. Spaces will include new robotics, 3D-printing, high-bay mechanical engineering, and cybersecurity labs.Learn more
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.Learn more