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Undergraduate Programs

The Department of Technology offers bachelor of science degree programs in two fields: Technology Education and Technology Management. 

A major strength of these programs is a broad array of basic and advanced technical courses which are general in nature and taught with much hands-on experience in well-equipped facilities. Both programs may be pursued by either full- or part-time students. Travel to field locations is a requirement for some courses.

Graduates of the Technology Department are employed as technology education teachers throughout most of the United States and in some foreign countries. Others have taken positions as manual arts therapists and in business fields such as management, personnel, supervision and training. Some graduates are self-employed. 

Technology Education BSTechnology Management BS

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Mr. Richard Bush 
Department Chair
[email protected]
103C Park Hall, 315.312.3011 

Ms. Erin Leary
Department Administrative Assistant
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103 Park Hall, 315.312.3011

Mr. Ronald Alexander
Technology Internship Faculty Sponsor
[email protected]
115 Park Hall, 315.312.6643

Ms. Karin Dykeman
Graduate Program Coordinator
[email protected]
103F Park Hall, 315.312.2830

Dr. Laura M. Spenceley 
School of Education Dean
302C Park Hall, 315.312.2102