Our Program Options
Our responsibility and commitment is to prepare students to succeed in reaching their academic goals as well as in various professional engineering fields. Our Engineering Technology Programs (CET, EET, MET) are ABET accredited and our graduates can go on to become Professional Engineers (PE). In contrast, our Engineering Programs (CPE, EVE, SSE) are new and not yet ABET accredited but are working towards ABET accreditation. The Construction Project Management (CPM) Program is accredited through MSU Denver’s College of Business by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).
The Department of Engineering and Engineering Technology at MSU Denver offers seven different majors to fulfill your curiosity and maximize your career opportunities. Sustainable Systems Engineering and Environmental Engineering majors study the underlying problems of climate change and how to solve them through innovation. Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Technology majors explore inventive ways to improve existing technology while experimenting on new and improved ideas. Civil Engineering Technology majors examine the planning, design and construction of infrastructure, while Computer Engineering majors combine digital hardware and customized software to build computer programs that make our lives easier. Our faculty will challenge you to be your very best to ensure that you’re prepared for a rigorous career. To learn more about any of the majors click on the title below:
The Engineering and Engineering Technology department offers minors in Architecture, Electrical Engineering Technology, and Mechanical Engineering Technology, as well as certificates in Electrical Engineering Technology, Additive Manufacturing Engineering, and Advanced Composite Materials & Manufacturing.
Minors and certificates are open to student of all majors; including the EET certificate to EET majors. Students interested in the minor or certificate do not need an extensive math background.