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Engineering Technology (ET)


Engineering Technology (ET) program produces graduates whose critical thinking skills and knowledge of various engineering technologies, make them highly valued assets to a wide variety of industries.

In addition to taking an engineering technology program core, which includes a variety of laboratory experiences, students will select one engineering technology concentration from the following choices: automotive, electronic, computer, packaging, and mechanical engineering technology.

Engineering technology program graduates will be welcomed into a number of industries, especially in environments where employers require a broad spectrum of technical competencies/experiences. Those industries include robotics, automation, manufacturing, automotive, and energy with starting salaries in excess of $55k.


Indiana State University has student chapters for the Society of Automotive Engineers, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Institute of Packaging Professionals, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, and Females in Technology.


The University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.