Undergraduate Catalog 2009-2011
SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
Zdzislaw Kremens, Dean
Olusegun Odesina, Associate to the Dean
Nancy Kraczkowsky, Associate Dean
The School of Engineering and Technology prepares graduates in scientific and professional engineering and technological fields. It is constantly evolving and expanding its programs in response to rapidly changing technologies and workforce demands. The school consists of five departments: Biomolecular Sciences, Computer Electronics and Graphics Technology, Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction Management, and Technology and Engineering Education. The school offers degrees in science, engineering, engineering technology, and technology leading to a wide variety of careers. In conjunction with the School of Education and Professional Studies, the BS degree (in education) prepares individuals for teaching careers in technology and engineering education.
The school provides students with an opportunity to earn baccalaureate degrees in dynamic fields of engineering, science, and technology. The range of undergraduate programs accommodates a wide variety of student skills and interests. The teaching and research of our faculty focus on both theory and its practical application to solving problems. We prepare students to meet dynamic engineering, technological and scientific challenges as leaders and members of engineering, technical, management, research, biomedical, and educational teams. A career in engineering, science, or technology can be very rewarding--personally and financially. Preparation for these careers can indeed be challenging and will require hard work but it will ultimately make graduates invaluable members of the workforce that is demanded by the state, the country, and indeed the world.
Designated as a "Center of Excellence" by the state of Connecticut, CCSU's School of Engineering and Technology has taken great pride in its ability to offer a broad range of curriculum options that provide students with a careful balance of classroom theory and practical application