Academic Services Center
Department of Engineering Technology
Department of Human Development and Consumer Sciences
Department of Information and Logistics Technology
College of Technology Web site: www.tech.uh.edu
William E. Fitzgibbon III, Ph.D., Vanderbilt University
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Fred Lewallen, M.S.E.E., Oklahoma State University
Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies:
Enrique Barbieri, Ph.D., Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
Assistant Dean: Miguel Ramos, Ph.D., Boston College
Stephen A. Bangerter, B.S., University of Wyoming
Director of Student Affairs:
Carmen Carter, M.A., University of Iowa
Director of Development:
Lisa Burns, M.S., University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Marketing Manager: Sharon Layey, B.A., University of Houston
Manager of Information Services:
Tom Jones, B.S.T., University of Houston
The mission of the College of Technology is to prepare the technology leaders of tomorrow for global industry and commerce.
The college will achieve its mission through the following activities:
The College of Technology is focused on key areas in technology and merchandising that have the power to improve products and operations, and that are in high demand by businesses and organizations around the world. These include construction, computer, mechanical, electrical power, logistics and computer information systems as well as consumer sciences, merchandising and organizational leadership.
The College of Technology has been part of the University of Houston for over 60 years and is well-known in the community for its contributions to the education of traditional and nontraditional students. The faculty play a leading role in providing and guiding the implementation of high quality, leading-edge technology education in Texas and in the nation. Our graduates are often leaders in their fields and are employed all over the world.
The College of Technology is organized as three departments: Engineering Technology (ET), Human Development and Consumer Sciences (HDCS), and Information and Logistics Technology (ILT). The faculty of these departments are involved in a wide spectrum of scholarly activity. Research in the Department of Engineering Technology focuses on the management and conservation of energy sources, heat transfer, materials and manufacturing, computer aided design, construction management, construction materials, surveying, environmental issues, neural networks, biotechnology, applications of fuzzy logic, control theory and applications, power quality, and high frequency amplification. Faculty in the Department of Human Development and Consumer Sciences research subjects in multiple talents, workforce preparation in merchandising, distance education, training and development, marketing education, and E-tailing. Faculty research in the Department of Information and Logistics Technology is concentrated on improving education in the areas of technology literacy, business and office education, supply chain management, data warehousing, grid computing, project management, distance learning, and graphic communications education. The following pages present descriptions of the degree requirements and courses offered by these departments.
Computer resources in the College of Technology support students and faculty in teaching/learning, research, development, and administration. Computer facilities housed in the college include:
The College of Technology will use your UH E-mail alias as the primary means to contact you and keep you informed on important university information and information from your faculty and department. For additional information on your UH E-mail alias, please contact the IT Support Center at 713-743-1411 or go online to www.uh.edu/infotech.
Phi Upsilon Omicron
is an honor society for students majoring in Human Development and Consumer Sciences. Prospective members must have earned 42 semester hours (12 semester hours in residence) with a minimum 3.00 cumulative grade point average.
Sigma Lambda Chi
is the honor society for students in the Construction Management Technology major. Prospective members must have attained at least junior class standing and have completed at least 24 semester hours of credit at the University of Houston with a minimum 2.80 cumulative grade point average.
Tau Alpha Pi
is the honor society for engineering technology majors who have completed a minimum of 24 semester hours in the department of Engineering Technology. Students must have maintained a minimum 3.30 grade point average at this university.
The College of Technology offers opportunities for participation in activities outside the formal classroom structure. Each organization has its own activities and requirements for membership.
Student organizations in the college include the following:
Catalog Publish Date: May 4, 2010
This Page Last Updated: October 5, 2009
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