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If you are interested in a challenging career in the field of engineering, whether in concept design and development or in applications and manufacturing, you will need to be prepared for a rigorous course of study in our academic programs.
- The Department of Engineering & Technology Announces the National Science Foundation Funded SPIRIT: Scholarship Program!
- The Kimmel School is excited to now offer the Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE) degree program at Biltmore Park the inaugural class began Fall 2014 Semester! This program now has a focus on advanced Manufacturing Engineering.
The Kimmel School is offering the Master of Science in Technology (MST) degree program at Biltmore Park! For more information about the program, please see the links below.
ABET Accredited Programs
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology, B.S.
Engineering Technology-Applied Systems Technology, B.S.
Engineering Technology - Technical Operations, B.S.
This program is not Accredited by ABET.
All of our highly qualified faculty have years of experience in their fields of interest and a thorough knowledge of topics they teach.
- As instructors, they provide you with guidance in classrooms and labs.
- As academic advisors, they help you keep up with curriculum requirements.
- As mentors, they take an active interest in your progress.
Working closely with faculty, you will learn the technical skills and fundamentals of engineering and the professional conduct you will need for success in your career.
With faculty and experienced mentors, you will be involved in project-based learning. This enhanced approach requires hands-on work with real projects for real clients. It reinforces what you are learning in your classes and labs and to gives you practical experience that can help you get started in your career after graduation.
The Rapid Center
Your studies are brought to life through your work on projects at the Center for Rapid Product Realization, an EDA-designated university center. The Rapid Center offers the capabilities of a product-development center for inventors and entrepreneurs, start-up and established companies. Many of them serve as project sponsors and mentors for the Senior Capstone Project. With the guidance of the Rapid Center's faculty and staff, students learn to integrate facts from classes and labs with good engineering habits and gain experience in solving real problems.
Equipment and Facilities
The Kimmel School's classrooms and labs are located in the Belk Building and Center for Applied Technology. They are fully equipped with professional software and hardware that meets or exceeds industry standards, and provides an excellent environment for teaching and project-based learning.
If you want to learn more about the Kimmel School's Engineering & Technology Department, the programs, or if you would like to schedule a tour, please contact the department at (828) 227-2775 or email@example.com
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Please visit the Kimmel School to learn more about what the school is doing as a leader in higher education and as a partner in technology-led economic development throughout the region.