The Master's of Science in Engineering Technology Management, Advanced Manufacturing, Architectural Sciences, and Construction Management are all accredited by The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE). Every six years, the Department must go through a rigorous review to check the curriculum and quality of each program.
ATMAE's mission The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering is faculty, students, and industry professions dedicated to solving complex technological problems and developing the competitive technologist and applied engineering workforce.
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ATMAE Accreditation Information
Per ATMAE Policy, the AMS Department is required to provide program information to the public via website, student performance and achievements to the public as may be determined appropriate by the institution or the Program and may also provide hard-copy of student performance and achievements as may be determined appropriate by the institution or the Program.
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Average Starting Salary
If you would like hard copies of any of the information, please stop by the AMS office in EST 204.
Muhammad Jahan, Ph.D.
Neal Downing, A.I.A.
Bryan Reaka, Ph.D.
Greg Arbuckle, Ph.D.
AMS Department Contact:
Jennifer Leptinsky, Office Associate
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