At KSU Tuscarawas, Engineering Technology programs define creativity with capstones like building an ATV, mini nail art printer & more!
With over 30 degrees to choose from, Kent State University (KSU) at Tuscarawas Campus’s bachelor degree programs in Engineering Technology has a major focus on success. Kent State Tuscarawas campus has an exceptional ABET-accredited program for students looking to begin their career journey or for adults who are ready to switch careers. All learning can be done at the beautiful Tuscarawas campus.
Tuscarawas Campus Engineering Technology Options
Associate of Applied Science Degree
Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology degree with a concentration in:
Future Career Paths
Kent State Tuscarawas engineering technology graduates can become employed in positions such as:
- Design engineering
- Field engineering
- Manufacturing engineering
- Product engineering
- Quality control
- Technical supervision
- Applications can be found online here
- 2021 Fall Application deadline is August 15, 2021
- No application fee for first-year students
- No test scores needed for first-year students
- Upon acceptance into the program, the Tuscarawas campus offers all of the Engineering Technology classes and Kent Core requirements at their campus including some online options.
- Depending on your path, there are approximately 45 credit hours in your desired concentration in addition to the major requirements and Kent Core.
- A roadmap is laid out for future students to view a clear path of courses and content required.
Why Go Anywhere Else?
Unique classroom opportunities present themselves exclusively to Tuscarawas students. An example below is Kent State Tuscarawas Engineering Technology students who converted a gas-powered ATV to run on electric power! Students took a pile of parts and created a working piece of machinery while gaining real-world experience that will prepare them for future challenges.
Congratulations to the engineering technology capstone students on the successful unveiling of their electric-powered ATV. Mechanical and electrical/electronics students collaborated to convert a gas-powered vehicle to run on electric power as their capstone project during the spring semester. The class was instructed by David Schlosser and the students involved in the project were Chris Miller, Sam Gross, Alex Denney, Michael Lesion, and John Meek.
Tuscarawas Campus Benefits
- Accredited by the global standard of ABET.
- State-of-the-art practice labs & updated equipment to learn with.
- Gold standard curriculum and excellent Professors.
- Director of Engineering Technology at KSU Tuscarawas, Paul Dykshoorn explains the importance of ABET accreditation, accountability, and degree program opportunities. Listen to the WBTC 101.9 FM/1540 AM radio interview from November 11, 2020.
- Tutoring is offered for many Kent Core classes including psychology, biology, math, chemistry, and writing.
- Local advisors dedicated to the Tuscarawas campus will assist with academic forms, information, classes as well as success tips virtually or in person.
- 11 USCAA sports teams on campus.
- Over $350K worth of scholarships awarded annually.
- Ability to gain future career experience in the Research Colloquium. The 2021 colloquium featured an Engineering Technology student who created a mini nail-art printer.
Tuscarawas Campus Dedicated to Success
There is an engineering technology job opportunity active website listing to help find openings. This information is valuable for students seeking out internships or future employment as companies reach out to valued KSU Tuscarawas Engineering Technology majors to fill positions in their companies. The Electronic/electrical engineer job forecast from the U.S. Beauru of Labor Statistics predicted continued growth at the average 3% rate for the next eight years.
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Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Electrical and Electronics Engineers,
at https://www.bls.gov/ooh/architecture-and-engineering/electrical-and-electronics-engineers.htm (visited May 11, 2021).