Engineering technology

  • The architectural engineering technology degree program provides a broad-based education with an emphasis on critical thinking, technical problem-solving ability, computer applications and a background in architectural design.
  • The degree plan includes such areas as analog and digital circuits, computers, microprocessors, communications, microcontrollers and automation/control systems.
  • The bachelor’s degree program of study provides career-oriented computing education and concentrations in specific areas, such as software engineering or Web-centric computing.
  • Offered only at the university’s Gulf Park campus, the program prepares students for entry-level positions in a variety of software engineering/information technology industries and provides the foundation for graduate study as well.
  • The nation’s only accredited online program of its kind, the construction engineering technology program teaches students to coordinate and supervise a project from the conceptual development stage through final construction, and build a strong foundation for your career. This program is available in traditional format in Hattiesburg.
  • The degree plan offers opportunities for students to learn about the field of electronics, computers and other areas of engineering and technology.
  • The industrial engineering technology degree offers students techniques of quantitative problem-solving methods, management science, economic analysis and operations management of industrial engineering and supply chain domain.
  • The major in industrial engineering technology is designed to prepare students to meet the growing demands of industry for employees with expertise in manufacturing processes, statistical quality control, production management, automation and computer-aided manufacturing.
  • A B.S. degree in physics can prepare students for any career that requires analytical skills or quantitative work.
  • The physics licensure degree is intended for students who wish to teach physics at the high school level.
  • The Bachelor of Science program in polymer science, an interdisciplinary polymer science degree involving chemistry, physics, chemical engineering and biochemistry, studies the materials of everyday life and the development of new materials.
  • The first degree of its kind in Mississippi, the B.S. focuses is education and research in the areas of structure and processing of polymeric materials, and how these relate to properties and performance.