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School of Engineering, Science & Technology

The School of Engineering, Science, and Technology will prepare you to enter one of the most exciting new professional fields and to become a leader in the high-demand STEM disciplines. The workplace of the future will be highly dependent on professionals who can expertly combine their knowledge and experience in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The School is one of only two public institutions in Connecticut offering undergraduate engineering programs and is focused on experiential learning and team work. Our excellent professors will help you establish a solid foundation in basic science and math and then challenge you with exciting hands-on projects that will enable you to work with diverse teams to solve real-world problems in a wide range of disciplines—engineering, computer science, manufacturing, mathematics, technology, construction, life sciences, graphics, physics, and earth sciences.

"I had a computer engineering internship last summer, where I worked on a group project, on servers, and with hedge fund companies. The company called me recently, and they want me to come back and work for them. CCSU has really opened opportunities for me."

Luckner Noel, Class of 2012, Computer Engineering & Technology

Our programs adhere to the highest standards and are nationally accredited by
ABET, ACCE, ATMAE, CAC, and NCATE.

"We surveyed the site and then we had first-hand experience in designing the roadway and the bridge, which included determining the loads the bridge must carry and the sizing of the structure to support the loads."

Senior Gregory Funk, on his Civil Engineering class's design project on CT Rt. 7

Cool Stuff You Can Do In The School Of Engineering, Science & Technology
  • Using their skills in engineering, science, management, technology, and design, SES&T students have recently —
  • Designed and built a supermileage competition vehicle that won the Best Newcomer award
  • Combined their knowledge as computer science majors with the managerial expertise of School of Business students to win The Hartford Technical Case Competition.
  • Experimented with bio-fuels for use as advanced rocket fuels on a student-faculty designed and built hybrid propellant rocket engine
  • Designed and manufactured critical components to enhance data accuracy for CCSU's new 30 ft. wind tunnel in the new Anthony & Helen G. Bichum Engineering Lab
  • Created apps and GPS-based solutions while advising the Connecticut Department of Transportation on the state's new CTfastrak busway program
  • Published two peer-reviewed articles as co-authors with a biomolecular sciences professor

If you're a student at one of the ConnSCU institutions, it's good to know that CCSU participates in the College of Technology Pathway Program, which will provide you with a direct route to CCSU without loss of credit or repeated courses.

Where School of Engineering & Technology Graduates Go to Work

Our graduates work as programmers, software engineers, graphic designers, web developers, civil engineers, construction-project managers, estimators, educators, manufacturing and mechanical engineers, tool and product designers, production planners, and supervisors. They work in virtually every engineering and technology field. And they have remarkable success in finding career-starting jobs. Placement rates often approach 100 percent! Here are just a few of the many fine corporations where recent graduates began their careers. 

454 Life Sciences
Bristol-Babcock 
CADD Edge  
CT Department of Transportation
Covidien
Creative Group
Curagen
Ensign Bickford
GE  
Gilbane  
Hamilton Sunstrand  
Hartford Hospital  
Hartford Life
KBE  
KIP Fluid Controls
Loctite  
Lucent Technologies
Manafort Brothers 
Newfield Construction
Northeast Utilities 
O & G Industries
Parker Hannifin
Pratt & Whitney 
Siemens 
Sikorsky Aircraft  
SNET
Tenergy Water, LLC
Tilcon-Connecticut, Inc. 
Travelers
Trumpf Inc.
Turner Construction
Veeder-Root 
Westinghouse
Whelen Engineering
Whiting - Turner 
Yale University  
Yankee Gas

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