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Succeed in Engineering Technology Scholars

Identifying and Developing Future Technology Leaders

Application Deadline

We are now accepting application packets for the Fall 2019 semester. The deadline for application packet online submission is Tuesday, April 30.

The Succeed in Engineering Technology Scholars (SETS) program awards scholarships each semester to academically talented students enrolled full-time in one of the three targeted undergraduate programs offered by the Department of Engineering Technology.

Whether it is your goal to become a technology entrepreneur, researcher, innovator or leader, the SETS program provides academic-enriching and career-enhancing support and activities to assist you in achieving your professional objectives.

Eligible students from traditionally underrepresented and minority groups are strongly encouraged to apply for this scholarship.

National Science FoundationGrant-funded by the National Science Foundation Division of Undergraduate Education's Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S-STEM) Program

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number 1458772.

Computer Engineering Technology

Computer Engineering Technology

Builds expertise in of digital circuits, microcomputer architecture and systems design. It also covers software development for these microcomputers that is now so much a part of microcomputer technology.

Mechanical Engineering Technology

Mechanical Engineering Technology

Courses directed at both computer-aided manufacturing and computer-aided design and drafting. Individuals interested in manufacturing technology apply fundamental principles of mechanical design and manufacturing processes to new and existing manufacturing systems.

Electrical Power Engineering Technology

Electrical Power Engineering Technology

Design, analyze and improve computer-based power generation, delivery, and end user systems. Study electrical motors and generators and their computer based controls, as well as alternative energy sources.