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The department of technological studies equips students with the knowledge and skills they need for successful careers in complex and changing technological fields. A comprehensive curriculum emphasizes teamwork, creativity, problem solving, appropriate technology and effective decision making. Carefully constructed classroom and laboratory activities feature operations and processes that promote realistic involvement with the construction, manufacturing, communication, information technology and energy-power-transportation fields. Visit the department's web site.
Ohio Northern University is the only private university to have programs accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).
Students graduate with a high degree of technological literacy, as coursework and laboratory assignments emphasize research, design, experimenting and fabricating.
The department of technological studies is located in Taft Memorial, where students and professors have access to comfortable classrooms, wireless network services, and up-to-date and well-equipped instructional laboratory areas, including the Robotics Center of Excellence and the Digital Manufacturing and Simulation lab.
Society of Manufacturing Engineers student chapter, Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering, Epsilon Pi Tau Honorary
Students who major or minor in technology have become robotic engineers, application engineers, process engineers, CAD/CAM programmers, construction managers, production supervisors and project managers. They have found employment at companies such as Kiewit, Kokosing Construction, Applied Manufacturing Technologies, General Dynamics Land Systems, Honda of America, KTH Industries, Norplas Industries, Wilson Sporting Goods, Boeing, Lockheed/Martin and more.
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In the spotlight
The hands-on robotics exposure that your curriculum provides, combined with the learning and camaraderie experienced in ONU robotics competitions, clearly sets your program apart from other Midwest institutions by better preparing its students for the challenges of today’s working world.