Do you enjoy problem solving and hands-on work such as modifying machines or working with tools? Are you interested in improving computer or manufacturing systems to make them more efficient? There are numerous majors and minors that might meet your interests and develop your skills and lead to  careers in industries including technology, agriculture, and textiles, as well as government agencies and education.

Students use a 3d Makerbot printer at the College of Education library at Poe Hall. Photo by Marc Hall


Agricultural & Environmental Technology Polymer & Color Chemistry
Bioprocessing Science Sustainable Materials & Technology
Business Administration-Information Technology Concentration Technology, Engineering & Design Education
Environmental Technology & Management Textile Technology
Fashion & Textile Management

(See: Engineering)


Agricultural & Environmental Technology Polymer & Color Chemistry
Biomanufacturing Pulp & Paper Technology
Biotechnology Sustainable Materials & Technology
Feed Milling Technology, Engineering & Design Education
Nonwovens Textile Technology


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