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College of Engineering, Technology and Management

College of ETM

Welcome to the College of ETM

The College of ETM is a multidisciplinary college with degree programs offered at multiple locations in the northwest. Most of our students are enrolled at one of our two main campuses in Klamath Falls or Wilsonville (Portland metro area). We also have a satellite campus for Boeing employees at their facilities in Seattle, Washington. Students interested in distance education will find various ETM degrees offered online.

US News Best CollegesMost of our degree offerings are bachelor’s degrees, but we also offer master’s degrees in Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Civil Engineering, and Renewable Energy Engineering. The addition of our Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology and Management (BAS) is designed specifically for students who have completed a technical Associate of Applied Science or Associate of Science degree and are seeking career advancement.

Our main goal is to provide students with the hands on experience and knowledge they need to be successful in their careers. For the last several years more than 90 percent of our graduates have found employment or gone on to graduate school within six months of graduation.

In addition to its academic programs, the College of ETM also includes the Oregon Renewable Energy Center with its Geo-Heat Center. These centers promote energy conservation and renewable energy use. The College of ETM serves the state of Oregon, the Pacific Northwest region, and the nation through its excellent academic programs, applied research, and community outreach activities.

Our graduates are:

  • Unsurpassed in readiness for professional practice.
  • Effective collaborators and communicators.
  • Committed to professional development and lifelong learning.
  • Effective problem solvers, independent thinkers, and innovators.
  • Committed to sustainability, ethics, and civic responsibility.
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For More Information

Hallie Neupert, Interim Dean of Engineering, Technology and Management

OfficeOwens Hall 146