You will find few things more satisfying than learning about modern technologies. The field of engineering technology can lead to exciting and professionally fulfilling careers in the 21st Century.
- Develops curricula that create an understanding of the practical and scientific bases of selected engineering technologies and modifies curricula and teaching methods in response to technological advancement and change.
- Encourages the development of sound work ethics and a spirit of cooperation and excellence.
- Provides cooperative educational services.
Seeks and encourages participation from the business and industrial community.
- Promotes occupational and educational opportunities for all graduates.
Your professional education is our primary goal, and the quality of your success provides the ultimate evaluation of how well we are meeting our goal.
All of our programs offer career-oriented, technical instruction grounded in a strong base of science and mathematics. If you are interested in these programs, you should prepare yourself by taking mathematics and science courses in high school. If you did not take mathematics and science courses in high school, you are advised to take advantage of the developmental courses available at Shawnee State, preferably during the summer before starting fall quarter. The University administers mathematics and English assessment tests in order to place each student in appropriate courses.
Articulation from Shawnee State's associate degree programs or other colleges' associate degree programs in technology into the junior year of our B.S. programs is possible. If you are interested in this option, you should see your faculty advisor for details.
For More Information
Carl O. Hilgarth, M.S., Chairperson
Cindy Hopkins, Secretary
Dept. of Engineering Technologies
Shawnee State University
940 Second Street
Portsmouth, Ohio 45662-4344
Phone: (740) 351-3224
Fax: (740) 351-3546