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Technology Management Accreditation

The Technology Management Program within the Department of Engineering & Technology is accredited by the Association of Technology Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE, www.atmae.org). Since 1967 ATMAE members, who are college and university educators, administrators, students, and industry professionals, have been dedicated to solving complex technological problems and developing the competitive technologist and applied engineering workforce. ATMAE does this through specialized accreditation for 2-year, 4-year, and master's degree programs, personal certifications, an annual national conference, publications, awards and scholarships, career center, a website filled with valuable content, and numerous opportunities to develop professionally.

Program Constituents

  • Students/Parents
  • Alumni
  • Employers/Industry
  • Faculty

Institutional Mission

Southeast Missouri State University provides student‐centered education and experiential learning with a foundation of liberal arts and sciences, embracing a tradition of access, exceptional teaching, and commitment to student success that significantly contributes to the development of the region and beyond.

Department Mission

The mission of the Department of Engineering & Technology is to:

  • Provide curricula to prepare students for technical and technical management-orientated employment in business, industry, education, and government which is vital to the region and the state.
  • Prepare students to apply and manage technology to solve practical problems.
  • Provide state-of-the-art facilities, instructional programs, experiential learning, and research experiences for students to develop linkages between theory and practice.
  • Provide synergy between traditional classroom teaching and practical “hands-on” learning using state-of-the-art laboratory facilities for all programs offered in the department.
  • Encourage and support continuous faculty development in order to encourage faculty to remain current with technology relevant to their instructional areas of responsibility through professional and applied research activities.
  • Utilize faculty and student expertise to provide professional assistance to related businesses and industries in the area.

Technology Management Program Learning Outcomes

Developed based on dialogue with constituents. The expected accomplishments of graduates during their first few years after graduation.

   

Core Learning Outcomes for All Options

IT-1

Develop a working knowledge of safety standards and apply appropriate safety procedures while at work.

IT-2

Identify and apply the concepts of “quality” as it relates to products and services.

IT-3

Identify and understand supervisory strategies in an industrial enterprise.

IT-4

Demonstrate an understanding of issues and the impact of science and technology on the society.

IT-5

Complete the research and analysis of projects and operations associated with contemporary industry standards.

IT-6

Analyze, prepare, and edit various types of technical information encountered in technical & scientific fields.

IT-7

Analyze data to solve practical problems by applying appropriate mathematical and scientific techniques.

IT-8

Demonstrate computer concepts and application.

 

   

Construction Management and Design Option Learning Outcomes

CMD-1

Identify and read working drawings effectively.

CMD-2

Identify and integrate different types of construction materials and methods into building systems.

CMD-3

Coordination, supervision, and administration of construction projects by applying management theories and concepts to construction practices.

CMD-4

Identify construction occupation hazards and take appropriate action to eliminate them.

CMD-5

Demonstrate proficiency in scheduling construction projects.

CMD-6

Demonstrate proficiency in estimating the cost of construction projects.

CMD-7

Interpret construction contracts relative to legal issues and building codes.

 

   

Facilities Management and Sustainability Option Outcomes

FM-1

Demonstrate ability to integrate people, process and location with corporate goals.

FM-2

Comprehend that technology management requires operating as a generalist knowing information about many fields and duties.

FM-3

Incorporate technology and computers into design, maintenance and record-keeping functions.

FM-4

Recognize the need for researching new innovative technologies.

FM-5

Assess the quality appearance of buildings and grounds in relation to occupant’s safety.

FM-6

Utilize a basic understanding of financial budgets.

FM-7

Utilize project management and planning to reach or sustain corporate goals.

FM-8

Identify operations and maintenance priorities in addition to preventive maintenance and deferred maintenance concerns.

   

Industrial and Safety Management Option Learning Outcomes

IM-1

Demonstrate and perform supervisory tasks required of personnel in manufacturing industries for maximizing production efficiencies regarding time, materials, machine, and human resources availability.

IM-2

Develop and perform structured problem solving techniques and be able to utilize principles of consensus in the decision making process.

IM-3

Develop and demonstrate a work ethic consistent with industrial management practices and procedures.

IM-4

Recognize, understand, and utilize human resource management skills such as communication, motivation, team work, cooperation, and the like.

IM-5

Assess and develop production strategy based on the manufacturing process.

IM-6

Demonstrate safe work-habits and explain their importance to the industrial work environment.

IM-7

Explain the importance of proper utilization of new technology to increase productivity.

 

   

Sustainable Energy Systems Management Option Learning Outcomes

FM-1

Demonstrate ability to integrate people, process and location with corporate goals.

FM-2

Comprehend that technology management requires operating as a generalist knowing information about many fields and duties.

FM-3

Incorporate technology and computers into design, maintenance and record-keeping functions.

FM-4

Recognize the need for researching new innovative technologies.

FM-5

Assess the quality appearance of buildings and grounds in relation to occupant’s safety.

FM-6

Utilize a basic understanding of financial budgets.

FM-7

Utilize project management and planning to reach or sustain corporate goals.

FM-8

Identify operations and maintenance priorities in addition to preventive maintenance and deferred maintenance concerns.

 

 

   

Computer Network Administration Option Learning Outcomes

TCN-1

Recognize the latest current technologies, concepts, and design issues in current telecommunications and computer networks.

TCN-2

Apply well-known networking models, standards and protocols, and relate them to practices.

TCN-3

Apply theories to solve networking problems.

TCN-4

Demonstrate capability of using software tools and configuring wired/wireless data and voice network devices.

TCN-5

Design, implement, monitor and troubleshoot network functionality, manage network faults and performance.

TCN-6

Apply security principles and technologies to solve security problems in network systems.

TCN-7

Perform server and network administration, backups and proper disaster recovery procedures.

 

 

Student Enrollment/Completion Data

Technology Management Completers (Duplicated Count)
Program AY2013 AY2014 AY2015 AY2016 AY2017 AY2018 AY2019
Technology Management
49 59 54 45 45 36 34

 

Technology Management Enrollment (Fall Census, Duplicated Count)
Major 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
Technology Management
235 241 220 181 160 160 141

Additional data on retention, enrollment, and completion can be found here.

Contact

573-651-2104
engtech@semo.edu
Polytechnic Building 216

Department of Engineering and Technology
One University Plaza, MS6825
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701