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The Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution department is a unique blend of engineering and business knowledge, methods and research. This department consists of five distinct undergraduate programs and three graduate programs. A minor in Embedded Systems Integration is also available.


Electronic Systems Engineering Technology

The Electronic Systems Engineering Technology (ESET) program combines engineering and industrial knowledge in electronics, communication, embedded systems, testing, instrumentation and control systems to help students develop, design and implement new innovative products.

ESET Degree Information ESET Homepage

Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology

The Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering Technology (MMET) program prepares students for a dynamic career in diverse areas that require understanding the dependencies among material properties, product design, costs, manufacturing systems and process technologies.

MMET Degree Information MMET Homepage

Information Technology Service Management

Information Technology Service Management (ITSV) equips students with strong IT technical competencies and a deep understanding of critical - practices and programs - components for successful IT products and services. This STEM-designated program emphasizes integrating people, organizations, information, technology, and value streams in a systematic approach, empowering students to achieve organizational goals.

ITSV Homepage

Technology Management

Technology Management (TCMG) prepares students to connect people, information, and technology from a multidisciplinary perspective. Through innovative learning, the program provides students with in-depth knowledge, hands-on experience, and practical skills in managing information technology and developing IT personnel to achieve organizational goals and technology competencies within a dynamic and rapidly evolving environment.

Note: The TCMG program is currently not accepting new student admissions or transfers. Instead, see the new ITSV Program that begins Fall 2024.

Industrial Distribution

Industrial Distribution (ID) applies mathematics, science, engineering technology, business, data processing, communications, quality, and supply chain management to the wholesaling and distribution of technological products.

IDIS Degree Information ID Homepage

Multidisciplinary Engineering Technology

Multidisciplinary Engineering Technology (MXET) is a new undergraduate program with an emphasis in Mechatronics, a multidisciplinary field that combines mechanical, electrical, communications, control and computer systems.

MXET Degree Information MXET Homepage


Master of Engineering Technical Management

The Master of Engineering Technical Management (METM) is a new, 21-month online program designed for working professionals. The program provides engineering and technology professionals with the business background needed to excel in leadership, project management, data-driven decision-making, and new product development.

METM Degree Information METM Homepage

Master of Industrial Distribution

The Master of Industrial Distribution (MID) is a four-semester, part-time, mobile learning graduate program designed for working professionals. The MID program focuses on supply chain management, logistics, and profitability of distributors and manufacturers (suppliers) in industrial channels.

MID Degree Information MID Homepage

Master of Science in Engineering Technology

The Master of Science in Engineering Technology (MSET) is a 3-semester resident program with a 30-credit-hour curriculum offering a thesis option. It provides advanced application‐oriented education in engineering technology that addresses a need for a workforce with advanced technical talent.

MSET Degree Information

MSET Fast Track 4+1 Option

ETID undergraduates majoring in MMET, MXET, or ESET can apply for the MSET Fast Track 4+1 option. Students approved for the fast track option can take up to 9 credit hours of graduate coursework during their undergraduate degree, shortening their time to degree for the Master of Science in Engineering Technology.