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Our programs prepare people in the region for employment opportunities with industrial employers. Likewise, we serve these employers both by preparing graduates for initial employment and by offering educational opportunities for current employees needed for advancement.

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

The Engineering Technology Department offers graduate and undergraduate degrees in Engineering Technology.  The graduate program is a Master of Science in Engineering Technology (MSET).

We also offer a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology (BS) and have 6 different concentrations. Four of the concentrations, automotive, construction, electrical and manufacturing are accredited by ETAC of ABET.  The department also offers concentrations in Mechanical Engineering Technology and Mechatronics Engineering Technology.  The combination of our technological major and Austin Peay's liberal arts core is a unique strength of our program. The core helps students develop communication skills, critical thinking abilities and values for responsible living.

In addition to the Master and Bachelor Degree programs in Engineering Technology, we offer Associate of Applied Science degrees in Engineering Technology for Automotive Engineering Technology (AET), Construction Engineering Technology (CCET), Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) and Mechatronics Engineering Technology. We also offer a minor in Engineering Technology. This is strongly recommended for students in business, technical writing, and other areas where graduates may join technical enterprises.

We offer courses from our facilities at both the APSU Clarksville (downtown) campus and Ft. Campbell campus on Ft. Campbell Army Base.  We offer daytime and evening courses to accommodate students who work while attending Austin Peay.  We encourage students to take internships or other job opportunities in industry so they can get practical experience while completing their degrees.

DEPARTMENT MISSION

The Engineering Technology Department motivates students to think creatively, to acquire analytical  and technical skills and to excel through its excellent teaching and service in an innovative learning environment. 

The Engineering Technology program provides a seamless transition for students that have completed associate degree requirements to a baccalaureate degree in engineering technology.  A major part of our mission is to serve the military community at Ft. Campbell with programs that meet the needs and interests of military personnel, family, retirees and civilians from the community.

Our programs prepare people in the region for employment opportunities with industrial employers. Likewise, we serve these employers both by preparing graduates for initial employment and by offering educational opportunities for current employees needed for advancement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Meet Alexandra Willis

I love majoring in sports broadcasting. Everyday I get to study a subject that I love.

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Meet Alexandra Willis

I love majoring in sports broadcasting. Everyday I get to study a subject that I love.

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Meet Alexandra Willis

I love majoring in sports broadcasting. Everyday I get to study a subject that I love.

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Sep
15
Aimee Nezhukutamathil, Visiting Writer Poetry Read
Date: September 15, 2017
Time: 8:00 pm
Location: MUC, Room 303
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Sep
16
CCCA Cumberland Winds Jazz Combo
Date: September 16, 2017
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: MUC, Room 303

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