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Department of Engineering and Technology :: Welcome to the Department of Engineering and Technology

Welcome to the Department of Engineering and Technology

The Department of Engineering and Technology fosters the development of effective problem solvers. Our programs are built upon world-class instruction, research and real-world experiences. We offer degrees in constructional, electrical and industrial engineering at the undergraduate level, as well as a technology management degree at the undergraduate and graduate level. Our mission is to contribute to the betterment of society by creating innovative solutions to problems and issues facing our interconnected world.

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Department of Engineering and Technology-(Aditya Editing) :: Explore Our Programs

Explore Our Programs

Technology Leadership Graduate Certificate

The Agribusiness Graduate Certificate is a 12 semester hour (4 courses) certificate. You will learn the fundamentals of international agriculture trade, analysis and forecasting, advanced demand theory, and more.

Where It Is Offered Commerce, Online
Duration

1 year

Foreign Language

No foreign language credits required

Delivery Fully Online
Total Credit Hours

12 hours

Thesis Requirements

No thesis required

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Department of Engineering and Technology-(Aditya Editing) :: Student Organizations and Involvement

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Department of Engineering and Technology :: Scholarships

Scholarships

As an engineering and technology student, you have access to a wide range of scholarships specific to your degree.

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Engineering and Technology :: RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS AND GRANTS

Our Research

Our engineering and technology faculty are excited to develop your knowledge and skills through research. Opportunities are available for both undergraduate and graduate students. We encourage you to discuss any research interests with your professors.

Mechanical Properties of Rubberized Concrete Strengthened with Stainless-Steel Fibers

In this project, an overview of the effects of environmental conditions on the mechanical properties of rubberized concrete is experimentally explored. These conditions include freeze and thaw cycles, temperature, and salt attack. Moreover, the effect of adding stainless-steel fibers to the rubberized concrete is investigated to utilize both the advantages of rubber and stainless-steel fibers in concrete. Concrete specimens are prepared with different percentages of rubber and steel fibers, cured, and stored under different environmental conditions.

The support sponsored by NYCON and ALP Supply is gratefully acknowledged.

Free Emission Smart Infrastructure (FESI)

Our research focuses on accelerating the transition to smart cities through integrated assimilation and deployment of several emerging renewable energy technologies. Photovoltaic roof tiles as renewable electric powertrains can be integrated with grid-connected rechargeable lithium-ion battery storage system as well as off-the-grid use system. Our research efforts include: deployment of a smart solar photovoltaic building unit (PVBU), monitoring and control of solar generation and energy consumption, software for Levelized Cost of Electricity (LOCE) data analytics, solar PV devices efficiency simulation and financial engineering to avoid reliance on government’s subsidies.

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Department of Engineering and Technology :: Meet our Faculty and Staff

Meet our Department

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Department of Engineering and Technology :: We are Here to Help!

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Department of Engineering and Technology :: Contact Us

Contact Us

  • P.O. Box 3011
  • Commerce, TX 75429-3011
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