Office of the Dean
The College of Science, Engineering, and Technology has played a pivotal role in the University's seventy year history. Faculty contributions in research, grantsmanship, service, and mentoring and exceptional. Graduates are securing outstanding jobs and are earning advanced degrees in record numbers.
Dr. Larry Mattix
Acting Dean, College of Science
Engineering, and Technology
The College currently houses several research centers - Center for Materials Research (CMR), Institute for Assurance Research (IA-REDI), Center for Biotechnology and Biomedical (CBBS), Creative Gaming and Simulation Labs (CGS) - and numerous accredited programs.
The University has demonstrated a strong commitment to the sciences and health professions through a significant investment of university resources in undergraduate educational programs, research facilities, and scholarships.
Graduate programs in the college have increased substantially with the introduction of the Master's degree in computer science, electronics engineering, and optical engineering. These programs complement the Master's Degree program in Materials Science and very strong undergraduate programs in related disciplines. A PhD program in materials science and engineering was introduced in 2007.
The future for the College of Science, Engineering, and Technology is unlimited. We invite you to join us for a very exciting and eventful academic journey.