Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology
Millersville University's Department of Applied Engineering, Safety and Technology allows students to select an area of interest in technology and prepares them for a variety of careers in technical businesses, industries, government or education fields.
Why Study This Program?
A degree in Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology will refine your technical, mathematics and scientific skills to prepare you for careers in education, safety, robotics, industrial automation, programming applications and more.
Within the department, students can pursue a Bachelor of Science in Education (B.S.E) degree in Technology & Engineering Education or a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Occupational Safety & Environmental Health, Automation & Intelligent Robotics or Applied Engineering & Technology Management.
Millersville University's Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology program is internationally accredited by the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE), Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), International Technology & Engineering Educators Association (ITEEA) and Council on Technology & Engineering Education (CTETE).
With the rapid pace of change in today's global society, the Department of Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology can prepare you to be competitive as technology and engineering-related careers evolve.
“It is never a dull moment with middle school students, and it is a joy to see the excitement they get from discovering the world of technology and engineering.”- Jana Zinn Bonds | 2008
What Will You Learn?
Each of the four main programs of study within Millersville University's Applied Engineering, Safety & Technology department carefully combine theoretical instruction with hands-on, experiential preparation.
Gain a broad perspective of what technology is and what it does through the Applied Engineering & Technology Management (AETM, AET) program. Focus your study on manufacturing technology, computer-aided drafting and design, construction technology, graphic communication and more through technical options of your choice.
The Automation & Intelligent Robotics Engineering Technology (ARET) program is designed to produce graduates with expertise in multiple types of technology to design and implement projects that have advanced programming needs. Students are introduced to the fundamentals of power, electronic systems and formal programming techniques common in the industry.
Develop basic science knowledge before focusing on the application that knowledge in the technical and managerial aspects of safety and environmental health with the Occupational Safety & Environmental Health (OSEH) program. This program prepares students for a challenging but rewarding profession that focuses on protecting workers and the general public from injury and illness.
The Technology & Engineering Education (EDTE) program is a teacher training program with an emphasis on understanding, managing and assessing design, energy, power, transportation and production technologies. Students may specialize in a technical area of their choice and must devote one semester to full-time student teaching in a public school.
- Security Management Specialist
- Engineering Teachers
- Electronics Engineering Technologists
- Aerospace Engineers
Clubs and Organizations
- American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE)
- Association of Technology, Management & Applied Engineering (ATMAE)
- Epsilon Pi Tau (EPT) – Beta Phi Chapter
- Marauder Graphics Club (MGC)
- The Submersible Research Team
- Technology & Engineering Education Collegiate Association at Millersville University (TEECA @ MU)
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