College Overview


The College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering is committed to helping anyone who wants to earn a college degree. That includes first-year students directly out of high school; transfers students from other college institutions; distance learners who wish to complete a degree program; and graduate students seeking a challenging program in the next chapter of their higher education journey.

Our programs are different because:
  • We require 2-3 paid co-op experiences
  • Classroom settings are a mix of lectures and hands-on-experience
  • Our students' job attainment rate is exceptional
  • We are one of 12 accredited co-op education programs in the nation
  • Small classes and personal attention are standard
  • Students apply what they learn to real-world settings

Undergraduate Areas of Study

School of the Built Environment

Department of Engineering Technologies

Department of Visual Communications and Technology Education

Graduate Areas of Study

Accelerated Bachelor's to Master's of Architecture Master of Architecture (MArch)
Accelerated Bachelor's to Master's of Technology Management (Specializing in Construction, Engineering Technology, and Electronic and Computer Technology) Master of Technology Management (MTM)
Architecture Master of Architecture (MArch)
Instructional Design and Technology (online) Master of Education (MEd)
Construction Management Master in Technology Management with a Construction Management specialization (MTM)
Logistics and Systems Engineering Master of Science in Logistics and Systems Engineering
Engineering Technology Master of Technology Management with a Engineering Technology specialization (MTM)
Quality Systems Master of Technology Management with a Quality Systems specialization (MTM)
Technology Management (consortium) Doctor of Philosophy in Technology Management from Indiana State University (PhD)
Construction Management Graduate Certificate
Instructional Design (online) Graduate Certificate
Quality Systems (online) Graduate Certificate