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West Virginia University Institute of Technology - 2016

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Engineering Technology Information

Degree Programs


Technology Degree Program(s) Engineering Department Discipline(s)
Civil Engineering Technology (BSET-C) Engineering Technology Civil Engineering Technology
Note: Civil ET is an emphasis within the Engineering Technology Major. All data regarding this degree is summed under Engineering Technology General. Civil ET is a separately ABET accredited program. This is a plus-two program that builds on and complements associate degrees earned in a variety of Engineering Technology areas.
Electronic Engineering Technology (BSEET) Engineering Technology Electrical/Electronics Eng. Tech.
Note: This is a plus-two program that builds on and complements associate degrees earned in a variety of Engineering Technology areas.
Engineering Technology (BSET) Engineering Technology Engineering Technology (General)
Note: This is a plus-two program that builds on and complements associate degrees earned in a variety of Engineering Technology areas.
Environmental Engineering Technology (BSET-E) Engineering Technology Other Eng. Technology Disciplines
Note: Environmental ET is an emphasis within the Engineering Technology Major. All data regarding this degree is summed under Engineering Technology General.This is a plus-two program that builds on and complements associate degrees earned in a variety of Engineering Technology areas.
Industrial Technology Engineering Technology Other Eng. Technology Disciplines
Note: This is a plus-two program that builds on and complements associate degrees earned in a variety of Engineering Technology areas.
Mechanical Engineering Technology (BSET-M) Engineering Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology
Note: Mechanical ET is an emphasis within the Engineering Technology Major. All data regarding this degree is summed under Engineering Technology General. Mechanical ET is a separately ABET accredited program. This is a plus-two program that builds on and complements associate degrees earned in a variety of Engineering Technology areas.