Collegiate Programs & Organizations

  • Collegiate Organizations


    As the International Honorary fraternity for Professions in Technology, Epsilon Pi Tau serves members in more than 84 countries of the world who practice technology as executives in business and industry, as technicians and engineers, as teachers serving in elementary through high school, and as students, instructors and professors in two and four year colleges and universities.


    The Technology Education Collegiate Association is an organization interested in providing students an opportunity to strengthen their teaching and technology skills. This is accomplished through interaction with the local schools, regional and national technology competitions and other service activities.

    Technology  Education Collegiate Programs



    Millersville University of Pennsylvania

    The Millersville University Department of Industry and Technology offers Bachelor of Science degree programs in Industrial Technology, Technology Education and Occupational Safety and Hygiene Management. Each program provides broad liberal arts, technical and professional preparation for a career needed during the twenty-first century. Emphasis is on the development of knowledge, skills and values that are needed for current success and future adaptability in employment.


    Ball State University

    Preparing students for challenging careers in industry and teaching is the major focus of the Department of Industry and Technology. Bachelor's degree programs in manufacturing engineering technology, industrial technology, graphic arts management, technology teacher education, and vocational teacher education prepare students for a broad range of such careers.


    California University of Pennsylvania

    Technology Education majors complete a series of laboratory classes related to the technological systems of bio-related, communication, construction, manufacturing and transportation.  In these laboratory courses, students develop skills in the safety and appropriate use of tools, materials and processes as they design, produce, use and evaluate technological systems.  Technology Education includes the study of selected technological systems that explore the solutions of technological problems and their associated social and environmental impacts.

    Computer applications using current software and support devices are emphasized.  Students interact extensively with the universal systems model.  Once equipped with an extensive understanding of the four technological systems and the universal systems model, students have the opportunity to evaluate the social, cultural, economic and environmental impacts of technology.