Pitt-Bradford to offer new engineering technology majors | News


BRADFORD, Pa. — Starting next fall, students interested in engineering can choose to study one of the new four-year engineering technology majors at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford that will prepare them for exciting careers in the region and beyond.

The new majors, mechanical engineering technology and energy engineering technology, will focus on hands-on, practical applications and prepare students for the same jobs as those with engineering degrees since they will take similar classes in math and engineering.

Dr. Matt Kropf, associate professor of engineering, designed the new majors, which he says involve more hands-on learning and application than traditional engineering degrees. Graduates from engineering technology programs compete for the same jobs as graduates from an engineering degree, including…

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