Tijjani Mohammed, Chair, Suite 202 Science and Technology Building
The Department of Technology Systems offers undergraduate programs leading to baccalaureate degrees in design, industrial distribution and logistcs, industrial engineering technology, industrial technology, and information and computer technology. Our programs are applied (hands-on) in nature, and our close relationship with industry, along with the use of industrial advisory boards for each degree program, insures curriculum relevance and technical currency of content. Industry experiences such as internships and coops provide experiential learning opportunities for students and help them to hit the ground running upon employment.
All degree programs offered by the department are accredited by The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).
Upon admission to the university, students may declare a major in one of the degree programs offered by the department. A minimum of 120 semester hours are required for the design, industrial distribution and logistics, industrial engineering technology, and industrial technology degree programs; while the information and computer technology degree program requires a minimum of 126 semester hours.
Current ECU students who wish to transfer from other campus programs into any of the degree programs offered by the department must have a minimum GPA of 2.0. To take full advantage of the opportuniites provided, interested students should make transfer decisions as early as possible.
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