The College of Applied Science and Technology offers programs to prepare students for professional and technical positions in education, government, business, and industry. Five departments/schools in the College also offer teacher preparation programs. Faculty in the College are dedicated to the personal and academic development of their students as well as the discovery and application of theoretical knowledge and the advancement of professional practice in their respective areas. This is accomplished through a dynamic partnership of interdisciplinary learning, scholarship, and service that is built on a collaboration among students, faculty, and members of the professional community.
The College is comprised of six departments and two schools.
- Criminal Justice Sciences
- Family and Consumer Sciences
- Health Sciences
- Military Science
The College offers graduate programs in Agriculture; Criminal Justice Sciences; Family and Consumer Sciences; Information Technology; Kinesiology and Recreation; and Technology. Descriptions and requirements of these programs may be found in the Graduate Catalog.