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Engineering Technology (ET)
he 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.