Students sitting in technology classroom

Department of Engineering Technology

We offer students hands-on experience solving design problems, making graduates career-ready and attractive to prospective employers.

Kickstart Your Career

Our rigorous programs bring real-world experience to the classroom, building the knowledge you need to succeed.

Undergraduate


Graduate

Hector Moya in class

The DSSA Program has helped me gain knowledge and skills when using hand held tools, 3D Modeling, Sheet Metal Fabrication, and many other skilled areas. These skills will help me attain internships and give me a greater career advantage

Hector Moya, DSSA student

A lion sculpture on PNW's Hammond campus

Tau Alpha Pi Inductees

This year, 16 College of Technology students will take their place in Tau Alpha Pi, the national honor society for Engineering Technology. We congratulate them on this achievement!

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Student Resources

From specialty scholarships to internship opportunities, see how we can help you succeed.

Real-World Learning

Research Facilities

Explore the tools that fuel our hands-on discovery and innovation.

Students are engaged in national collegiate competitions. The Hydraulic Bike Team won the Best Workmanship Award at the NFPA's National Hydraulic Vehicle Challenge competition in Colorado.

Industry supported lab environments are equipped with articulated robotic arms, mobile robot-bases and machine vision systems. From autonomous vehicles to sensor-driven manufacturing systems, robotic innovations are at the forefront of technology advances today.

Collegiate competitions present the same type of situation that students will encounter after joining the workforce. PNW Motorsports Team won First Place in the Sled Pull competition among other accomplishments at the SAE Baja event held in Tennessee.

By partnering with regional industry, the technology laboratories are maintained at state-of-the-art levels. The college has invested more than $300,000 in facility enhancements to its laboratories.

Accreditation

All of the Engineering Technology undergraduate programs are accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET