School of Engineering Technology
Dr. Barbara Christe, Dean
Lupton Hall 138E
Linda Vitale, Instructional Support Associate
Lupton Hall 138F
Welcome to the School of Engineering Technology
Our academic programs will prepare you to enter a wide variety of technical disciplines. If you would like to use technology to solve practical challenges, we can prepare you for an amazing career. The school offers many specialized majors featuring dedicated faculty with practical expertise. You can find a list of majors here. Your coursework will include hands-on experiences enhanced by instruction in the latest technologies and techniques to acquire real-world experience. In addition, you can participate in applied research projects such as alternative energy sources, material science, advancement manufacturing, sustainability and green building, nanotechnology, computer security and crime investigation, air safety and air traffic control. Our graduates are well-qualified for immediate employment in the workforce or graduate sources. If you need help selecting the right program for you, contact us at ETinfo@farmingdale.edu
The School of Engineering Technology is proud to announce college's first graduate program. For more information visit: Master of Science in Technology Management
Mission of the School of Engineering Technology (SET)
The mission of the School of Engineering Technology at Farmingdale State College is
to promote the transmission, expansion, and application of technical knowledge through
teaching, research, and community service.
The programs offered by the departments prepare technically-oriented professionals for leadership, management, and service positions in industry, business, education, and government.
Our primary purpose is to provide technology-related undergraduate and continuing professional education programs to support the career goals of individuals entering and advancing in technical and managerial positions at all levels of business, industry, and education. Programs offered by the SET prepare students to be real-life problem solvers in their fields of study so that, upon graduation, they can contribute to the economic vitality of the region, state, and the nation.