Welcome to the
Department of Engineering and Engineering Technology (EAET)
in the College of Professional Studies at MSU Denver.
Come find us in the new AES building, on the 3rd floor, west end of the building. (Campus Map)
At MSU Denver, we take the growing demand for new, creative and effective technological solutions to the problems facing contemporary society seriously.
Our responsibility and commitment is to prepare students to succeed in reaching their academic goals as well as in various professional engineering fields. We are an ABET accredited Engineering Technology program and our graduates can go on to take both the FE and PE exams. Our Engineeiring programs are new and working toward ABET accreditation.
We have officially changed our name from Engineering Technology (ET) to Engineering & Engineering Technology (EAET).
EAET currently offer three Bachelor degree programs in Engineering Technology:
- Civil Engineering Technology (CET);
- Electrical Engineering Technology (EET);
- Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET);
and three Bachelor degree programs in Engineering:
These pages are still under construction
EAET also offers certificates including:
In addition to these academic programs, EAET offers these special programs:
- An Architecture Minor (housed under CET);
- Colorado Helps Advanced Manufacturing Program Grant (CHAMP);
- Colorado Space Grant Consortium Grant (COSGC)
Related degree programs
- QA Engineers
- Test Engineers
- Design Engineers
- Aerospace Engineers
- Manufacturing Engineers
- Medical Tech Engineers
- Structural Engineers
- Maintenance Engineers
Learn more about Engineering Technology career options from MSU Denver’s Career Services
Aaron Brown, professor of mechanical engineering technology, started a Humanitarian Engineering course and club at MSU Denver. He and his students work with communities in need worldwide to solve specific problems in straightforward, sustainable ways.