Applied Engineering & Technology Management, General Technology Concentration
Millersville University offers a 4-year Bachelor of Science in Applied Engineering & Technology Management (AETM) degree with a concentration in General Technology and a minor in General Technology. These are described below along with links to the Millersville University Undergraduate Catalog so you can read about the courses you will take in each major. There are general education requirements as well, and you can read about them here.
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AETM, General Technology Concentration
The B.S. in Applied Engineering & Technology Management, General Technology concentration is designed to provide students with both theoretical knowledge and practical skills in broad-based engineering technologies. Coursework in this concentration provides background knowledge and hands-on experiences in drafting/design, electricity/electronics, material processes, and graphic communication technologies.
Students will work with their advisors to plan out their electives that will permit them to integrate the technological systems that they are interested in studying or develop their own specialty in applied engineering and technology management. All courses include laboratory experiences that enable students to work with processes, tools, equipment, and the materials needed in various technological applications. This concentration is valuable to students who may wish to pursue entrepreneurial goals or self-employment in fields that are not closely related to other majors in the AEST department. Graduates of this option typically work as process/product designers, application engineers, technical salespersons, technical trainers, technologists, or managers of technical operations.
“MU provided an opportunity to explore different interests of mine, varying from working with my hands in the labs creating unique projects, to building houses in an architectural design software, to building a shed, to having guest speakers from various companies talk about what it is like to work in their company.”- Ben Harris | '2021
Minor in General Technology
Students minoring in Applied Engineering & Technology will complete 18 technical credits. Those credits will consist of three broad-based introductory technical courses followed by an additional three advanced technical courses selected in consultation with an academic advisor.
- AETM Program Coordinator
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The Applied Engineering & Technology Management degrees
are accredited by The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).
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