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About us

College of engineering, Technology, and Computer Science

Enlightening the minds that will improve our tomorrow is what we do.

An education in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is all about preparing students to be successful, innovative, and adaptable. In our college, we encourage curiosity and creativity. Leadership skills are learned here. And failures aren’t seen as setbacks—they’re an opportunity to grow, learn, and advance. (After all, Edison had more than a thousand unsuccessful attempts when inventing the light bulb.)

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Degree programs


Recent Grads Who Had a Paid Internship


Centers of Excellence

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Higher standards for a higher education.

We take your education as seriously as you do, which is why we sought to be recognized by the top accreditation body in our field—the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).

Industrial Advisory Board

Working together to give you the best education.

Our educational offerings are strengthened by our community relationships. Take a look at who we work with to help strengthen your degree pursuit—and future career opportunities.

Andrew Bain, Product Engineering Manager, The Ford Meter Box Co.

Dana Berkes, Public Affairs and Economic Development Manger, NIPSCO

Michael Burcroff, Director of Facilities Technical Operations, Parkview Health, Support Division

Bethany Clapper, Director of Development for ETCS, Purdue Fort Wayne

Jamie Daugherty, Owner/Lead, DMr Performance Suspension

Chris Elston, Chief Robotics Manager, YRG Inc.

Lynnise Falk, Senior Manager, System Engineering, L3 Harris

Nicholas Gray, Director of Outreach Programs, Purdue Fort Wayne

Kurt Heidenreich, President, Engineering Resources

Nathan Heimann, Shambaugh & Son L.P.

Michael Hensley, President/Owner, Besiege LCC

Drew Hudson, Staff Engineer, DePuy Synthes

BJ Hull, Chief Development Officer, Purdue Fort Wayne

Darrel Kesler, Professor and Dean, Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering and Applied Science and Information Technology, Ivy Tech Fort Wayne and Warsaw

Zach Kessie, Vice President of Business Development, Michael Kinder and Sons

Cindy King, OEM Account Manager, Pana Pacific

Shawyna Koorsen, Senior Administrative Assistant for ETCS, Purdue Fort Wayne

Tom McLaughlin, Engineering Manager, Raytheon

Mark Michael, Fort Wayne Metals

Chris Osborne, Vice President-Programs, Indiana FIRST

Dan Ritzert, Senior Vice President, division manager, Shambaugh & Son L.P.

Kenn Scribner, Senior Principal Consultant, Rural Sourcing Inc.

Alan Tio, MPA, CEcD Economic Development, Michael Kinder and Sons

Ryan Twiss, Vice President of Regional Initiatives and Executive Director, Northeast Indiana Fund

Dan Row, Risk Assessment Analyst Lead, NiSource, Inc

Sean Ryan, Director of University Engagement, Purdue Fort Wayne

Kelsey Rowe, Principal Electrical Engineer, Design Collaborative

Kenn Scribner, Senior Principal Consultant, RSI

Bruce Stach, President, Business Development Zone

Jackie Stancil, Executive Director of Career Development, Purdue Fort Wayne

Gary Steffen, Interim Dean & Director of the School of Polytechnic, Purdue Fort Wayne

Scott Swymeler, Director of Manufacturing, BAE Systems

Matt Wenger,  Principal Engineer, Fill-Rite (formerly Tuthill)



You’ll experience it all here.


The Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science Building is the epicenter of our college. Here, you’ll find classrooms brimming with the latest technology, as well as curious minds gaining knowledge to provide solutions to future challenges.