Along with the School of International Hospitality and Service Innovation, the College of Applied Science and Technology also houses the School of Engineering Technology. The new school is comprised of the four established engineering technology departments in the college.
The departments include Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering Technology, chaired by Michael Eastman; Civil Engineering Technology, Environmental Management and Safety, chaired by Todd Dunn, P.E.; Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology, chaired by S. Manian Ramkumar, Ph.D.; and Packaging Science, chaired by Daniel P. Johnson. All related reporting structures remain intact.
"The College of Applied Science and Technology remains on course for long-term and strategic growth and development in keeping with best colleges in the nation."
The reorganization of the college into two schools not only serves to best support the success of our students, faculty and staff, but will sustain our position as a leader in the academic community. By increasing new program development, scholarship productivity, and strategic progress - the College of Applied Science and Technology remains on course for long-term and strategic growth and development in keeping with best colleges in the nation.