CETA Undergraduate Programs


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Become the key innovators and creators of tomorrow at the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA).

Our undergraduate programs cover a range of areas within the engineering and architectural fields to meet your interests and build the necessary skills employers are looking for. Work within our fully equipped laboratories and studios and have a hands-on experience inside and outside the classroom. With our career-ready focus, you will have many opportunities during your time at CETA to grow professional connections, network with industry leaders, participate in internship opportunities, and become well prepared for employment or graduate school.

Have an opportunity to pursue more of a well-rounded, cross-disciplinary education at CETA through our select minors. Minors in CETA generally require six courses in the discipline. Students should work closely with a faculty advisor to select courses.


Architectural Design + Technology (BS)

Includes the following options:

  • Construction Management Concentration
  • Environmental Sustainability Concentration
  • Professional Practice Concentration

Construction Management + Technology (BS)


Architectural Design + Technology Minor


Aerospace Engineering (BSAE)

Acoustical Engineering and Music (BSE)

Biomedical Engineering (BSBE)

  • Includes Electrical Engineering and Pre-Medicine concentration options

Civil Engineering (BSCE)

  • Includes Construction and Environmental concentration options

Computer Engineering (BSCompE)

Electrical Engineering (BSEE)

Interdisciplinary Engineering Studies (BSE)

Mechanical Engineering (BSME)

Includes the following options:

  • Acoustics Concentration
  • Computational Concentration
  • Energy Engineering and Sustainable Design Concentration
  • Manufacturing Concentration
  • Robotics Concentration
  • Turbomachinery Concentration

Robotics Engineering (BSRE)


Biomedical Engineering Minor

Civil Engineering Minor

Computer Engineering Minor

Electrical Engineering Minor

Mechanical Engineering Minor

Mechatronics Minor (Engineering)

Earn two Bachelor degrees to become more competitive in your dream career field.

Many of the programs in CETA crossover to help you build a strong background for your career. Students have the option to apply for dual degree programs with five-year study plans. These include:

  • Architectural Design + Technology & Civil Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering & Audio Engineering Technology

For more information, contact your department chair or faculty advisor.

Accelerated 4+1 Program

Earn a BS and MEng degree in your area of interest in just five years.

The 4+1 program is designed to allow full-time engineering students to earn their BS and MEng degrees in five years of study. Two graduate-level courses taken in the undergraduate program may be applied to both undergraduate and graduate degree requirements. Students usually commit to the program at the start of the second semester of their junior year, and juniors who are interested should contact their department chair.

The following undergraduate engineering programs qualify:

In order to be accepted into the program, students must have a 3.0 cumulative grade point average at the end of the junior year (below 3.0 will be considered on a case-by-case basis).

Contact CETA's Manager of Graduate Programs Laurie Granstrand to learn more.

Accelerated Architecture Program

Earn a BS in Architectural Design + Technology and Master of Architecture (MArch) in just five years.

Students can earn both their BS and MArch degrees within five years of study. Begin taking graduate courses during your undergraduate senior year. This is available through TRACK 1 of the Master of Architecture program.

TRACK 1 is a 48-credit, 3-semester, full-time program typically completed in 12 months (summer, fall, spring). This program is only available to qualified students in the University of Hartford undergraduate pre-professional architecture program. Students begin immediately after completing their undergraduate degree requirements.

Contact the Architecture Graduate Program Director to learn more.


Engineering Accreditation CommissionThe following programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET,

Engineering Accreditation Commission

The following programs are accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET,

NASM accreditation

National Association of Schools of MusicThe Acoustical Engineering and Music program is also accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM).

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