Engineering Technology


Program Coordinator: Prof. Melvin Lewis

Engineering technology programs are characterized by their focus on application and practice, and by their approximately 50/50 mix of theory and laboratory experience. Technologists are employed across the technological spectrum, but are better suited to areas that deal with hardware application, implementation, and production, as opposed to the conceptual design and research functions. Engineering technology is the profession in which knowledge gained through higher education, experience and practice is devoted primarily to the implementation and extension of existing technology in such areas as product improvement, manufacturing, and engineering operations.

Undergraduate programs offered in Engineering Technology:

B.S.Civ.E.T (Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering Technology) 

B.S.Con.E.T (Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering Technology)

B.S.E.E.T (Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology)

B.S.Mech.E.T (Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology)

Certificate Program

Construction Management Technology

Certificate in Mechanical Engineering Technology


For more information about the Engineering Technology programs, please contact

Prof. Melvin Lewis
Phone: 201-692-2348
Email: lewis@fdu.edu