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2014-2015 Graduate Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Graduate Catalog [Not Current Academic Year. Consult with Your Academic Advisor for Your Catalog Year]

About the College of Technology


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Office of the Dean
300 Technology Building
(713) 743-4050

Department of Construction Management  
110G Technology Annex
(713) 743-4040

Department of Engineering Technology  
304 A Technology Building
(713) 743-4040

Department of Human Development and Consumer Sciences  
110 Cameron Building
(713) 743-4110

Department of Information and Logistics Technology  
312 Technology Building
(713) 743-4090

Academic Services Center
108 Technology Building
(713) 743-4100


Dean:
William Fitzgibbon, Ph.D., Vanderbilt University

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs:
Fred Lewallen, M.S.E.E., Oklahoma State University

Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies:
Rupa Iyer, Ph.D., Michigan State University

Assistant Dean for Student Affairs:
Carmen Carter, Ph.D., Colorado State University

Director for Assessment and Accreditation:
Diana Keosayian, M.A., Loma Linda University

Assistant Dean of Outreach:
Jerry Pyka, Ed.D., University of Houston

Graduate Program Advisors:
Catrina Ballard, M.S.Ed., Baylor University
Danielle Brady, Ed.D., University of South Dakota
Tiffany Roosa, M.B.A., City University

Business Manager:
Zagui Paredes, B.B.A., University of Houston

Director of Development:
Vernon King, M.A., University of Mississippi

Manager of Information Services:
Tom Jones, M.S., University of Houston 

General Information

The College of Technology has been providing applications-oriented undergraduate education covering a broad spectrum of disciplines for over 70 years and continues this activity into graduate programs at the master’s level.

The master’s degrees provide graduates with advanced education directed at career opportunities in two distinct paths. One path is related to the application of state-of-the-art technology to the needs of business and industry.

The second path prepares organizational and development personnel for training and organizational development careers in business, and industry.

The Department of Construction Management  (CM) offers a Master of Science (M.S.) is offered in Construction Management  .

In the Engineering Technology (ET) Department , the Master of Science (M.S.) is offered in Engineering Technology  with three tracks: Mechanical Engineering Technology, and Network Communications.

The Information and Logistics Technology (ILT) Department  offers the following Master of Science (M.S.) degrees: Master of Science in Information Systems Security , Master of Science in Supply Chain and Logistics Technology  and Master of Science in Technology Project Management.  

Department of Human Development and Consumer Sciences  offers a Master of Science (M.S.) in Foresight  , a Master of Science (M.S.) in Global Retailing  , an Executive Master of Science (Ex.M.S.) in Global Retailing  , a Master of Science (M.S.) in Human Resource Development (HRD)  , and an

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