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Putting Your Degree to Work

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College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering


Undergraduate Majors

Fields of the Future 

The College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering programs are among the fastest growing at BGSU. Learn more about our undergraduate majors


Annual Student Co-op Experiences

Real-World Experience  

Every student completes a series of co-ops providing real-world experiences employers are seeking. Explore co-op opportunities


Graduate Programs

Advance Your Career 

Our graduate programs are focused on today’s most in-demand and emerging fields. Explore our graduate degrees and certificates

Online bachelor's, master's and certificate programs are available for flexible and convenient learning

Owens Corning Foundation announces $1 million gift to create scholarships for BGSU students

Transformational gift establishes the Owens Corning Scholars Program, supporting underrepresented students in the School of the Built Environment.

Remote for Robots

Seven teams work on creating virtual robots in place of in-person competition.

Mechatronics and quality systems programs gain ABET accreditation

Bowling Green State University's mechatronics and quality systems undergraduate programs earned ABET accreditation by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission.

Co-ops are available YEAR-ROUND keeping students on-track to graduation.


Your degree starts here.

Our students are passionate about building, creating, thinking, developing and doing. Our programs are vast and the opportunities to make an impact are even greater. Search our degree programs and begin building your future.

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“Our mechatronics program has a strong focus on robotics. As industry develops more technology that is designed to be autonomous, our students are on the cutting-edge of learning how to design autonomous systems for safety, efficiency and effectiveness.”

– Dr. Jennie J. Gallimore, Dean College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering


College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering 

102 Technology Building
Bowling Green State University