Department of Engineering Technologies
Welcome to the Department of Engineering Technologies (ENGtechs) at Bowling Green State University. We offer seven undergraduate programs and three graduate programs; each designed to prepare students for meaningful careers.
At the very core of our mission is the highest quality education in engineering technology that is current and relevant to our stakeholders. We strive to ensure that all our graduates have a strong technical background with teamwork and leadership skills, problem solving and communication skills, involvement in extra-curricular activities, and the practical background of co-op and internship experiences. We believe that emphasizing these areas will prepare our students work-ready on day one of their jobs and make well qualified to take leadership roles in the future.
Led by highly qualified faculty with significant industry experience, each area is charged to maintain a curriculum that prepares the technology leaders in their fields of endeavor. Our education programs are very hands-on, experiential, life-long learning focused, and enjoy an excellent synergetic partnership with local industries. Our ECET and ENGT programs are ETAC-ABET accredited. Currently we are pursuing ABET accreditation for Mechatronics and QS programs, and AABI accreditation for all of our Aviation programs.
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The Aviation Management and Operations (AMO) specialization focuses on the business aspects of the aviation industry with coursework covering law, air traffic control regulations, construction, planning design, public relations, accounting and economics.
The Flight Technology and Operations (FTO) specialization is designed to educate and train professional pilots. In addition to being trained as commercial pilots, the students also study general education subjects, aircraft systems, crew concepts, management, and administration.
ECET is a comprehensive study of diverse areas such as computer hardware and interfacing; digital communication and networking; computer-based instrumentation, data acquisition and process control. Emphasis is placed on the practical application of physics, mathematics and computer science.
Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology
MMET combines relevant contemporary theories with a strong foundation in mathematics and science to prepare technical managers for exciting and in-demand careers such as process engineer, applications engineer, quality engineer, and manager of research and development, among others.
Mechatronics Engineering Technology
MET prepares graduates for successful careers and expertise in a broad spectrum of the field in the area associated with the analysis, applied design, development, implementation, automation and management of advanced mechatronics and robotics system technologies.
The systems engineering (SYE) program is a multidisciplinary engineering discipline that is highly demanding and compensated. Unlike traditional engineering, this program takes a holistic approach to designing and improving complex systems such as manufacturing, logistics, retail service and healthcare systems. This program emphasizes engineering design, systems integration, modeling, problem-solving, teamwork and communication skills in order to prepare students for the tasks of their future professions in the field.
We have a strong graduate program in technology management. The Master of Technology Management (MTM), with specializations in Engineering Technology (ENGT) and Quality Systems (QS), programs blend technology with the fields of manufacturing, engineering, quality, and management to prepare graduates to work in the era of technology. We also have a consortium Ph.D. program in technology management with Indiana State University as the host. Our faculty and graduate students are engaged in applied research and publish their research in relevant peer reviewed engineering and technology journals.
The goal of the Master of Technology Management degree, with a specialization in engineering technology [ENGT], is to provide students with advanced skills and technical knowledge. Individuals develop the ability to conduct applied research, along with leadership skill for managing and directing projects. The MTM-ENGT degree has specialized classes and experiences in engineering technology along with research methods, management strategies, and green design tools for today's professionals.
Logistics Systems Engineering
The BGSU Master of Science in Logistics Systems Engineering (MS-LSE) is an interdisciplinary program that blends business and engineering skills to solve complex problems in logistics, systems engineering, production design and healthcare systems. It prepares students for a variety of positions by giving them the ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.
The goal of the Master of Technology Management degree, with a specialization in quality systems [QS], is to provide students with a professional preparation as leaders and managers where they can conduct applied research and participate in technical projects in an online team-based environment. The MTM-QS degree emphasizes lean and six sigma as “high-end” research and analytical methods and as innovative management strategies for professionals from various disciplines. This degree is delivered completely online using the state of the art digital communication technology.
|Accelerated Bachelor's to Master's of Technology Management (Specializing in Engineering Technology, and Electronic and Computer Technology)|
|Technology Management (consortium)|
|Quality Systems certification (online)|
Updated: 05/04/2022 01:48PM