College of Engineering & Applied Sciences
Programs of Study
The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers programs of study leading to baccalaureate degrees as listed below:
Bachelor of Science
Agriculture Business with options in:
Feed Mill Management
Agriculture for Teacher Licensure
Computer Science Education
Hospitality Administration with emphases in:
Recreation & Park Administration with emphases in:
Recreation Sport Management
Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
Associate of Applied Science
Associate of Science in Nuclear Technology
The mission of the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences is to provide support and oversight of our high-quality accredited Associate, Bachelor of Science and Masters of Science degree programs.
The vision of the College is to be recognized for providing high-quality educational opportunities which: prepare students for their chosen profession, provide a fundamental broad-based education, and develop educated citizens with an aspiration for life-long learning.
The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences values integrity first, service to constituents and excellence in preparing graduates for life.
The College of Engineering and Applied Sciences:
- Values scholarly activity, especially as it relates to the enhancement of teaching and its positive affect on high-impact student learning,
- Values service to the University and to the local, regional, state and professional communities,
- Seeks to demonstrate to students, and instill in them, high ethical standards of personal and professional conduct,
- Strives to achieve continuous improvement through rigorous assessment processes,
- Endeavors to equip students with the interdisciplinary, technical, and critical-thinking skills necessary to develop workable solutions to complex problems.
The College is composed of six academic departments: Agriculture, Computer and Information Science, Electrical Engineering, Emergency Management, Mechanical Engineering, and Parks, Recreation and Hospitality Administration. These departments offer programs of study leading to associate and baccalaureate degrees. Some departments offer masters degrees.