131 Trafton Science Center
The College includes the departments of automotive and manufacturing engineering technology, biological sciences, chemistry and geology, computer information science, construction management, electrical and computer engineering and technology, integrated engineering, mathematics and statistics, mechanical and civil engineering, and physics and astronomy. Undergraduate majors include automotive engineering technology, biochemistry, biology (includes biomedical sciences, cytotechnology, ecology, microbiology, plant science, toxicology, and zoology), biotechnology, chemistry, chemistry teaching, civil engineering, clinical laboratory sciences/medical technology, computer engineering, computer engineering technology, computer and information technology, construction management, earth science (teaching and non-teaching), earth science: geology option (non-teaching), electrical engineering, electronic engineering technology, environmental sciences, food science technology, general engineering, integrated engineering (iron range and twin cities programs), information systems, life science teaching, manufacturing engineering technology, mechanical engineering, mathematics, math teaching, physics teaching, and statistics.
The civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering programs are accredited by the ABET. The automotive engineering technology, manufacturing engineering technology, computer engineering technology, and electronic engineering technology programs are accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET. The BS chemistry program is accredited by the American Chemical Society. Departments offer curricula to prepare students for professional careers and/or advanced study in the sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields. Post-baccalaureate work leading to a master's degree is available in many of the programs.
Pre-professional programs are offered in a variety of areas including agriculture, chiropractic, dentistry, engineering, forestry, medicine, mortuary science, optometry, osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, podiatry medicine and veterinary medicine.
General advising services are provided in the Student Advising Center located in 125 Trafton Science Center by the Student Relations Coordinator,Ken Adams ,firstname.lastname@example.org, and his staff (phone 507-389-1521). Students in the College of Science, Engineering and Technology are also assigned a faculty advisor in their major or pre-professional program. For more information contact the College by phone, e-mail, or visit the College of Science, Engineering and Technology website.