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We are dedicated to offering state of the art, high quality, accessible, and affordable education. Our success will be measured by the success of our graduates.

For more than 75 years, the College of Technology has inspired innovation and uniquely equipped industry leaders with broad engineering and technical knowledge, critical thinking, teamwork and computing skills. A strong partnership with industry provides students the practical experience that addresses real-world challenges. Our students learn by participating in discovery, and working in teams on real-world projects to gain hands-on, practical learning experience and put theory into practice.

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University of Houston
College of Technology Building
4730 Calhoun Road #300
Houston, TX 77204-4021
Phone: 713-743-4100
Fax: 713-743-4032

Did you know?

13%

of students in the undergraduate construction management program are women

75th

anniversary, our first class of students graduated in 1942

6,365

students, making us the second largest college on the UH Main Campus

1,978

employers registered in our career database TechConnect

What's Happening around the College of Technology

Students

Celebration Planned for College of Technology Graduates

Students

Consider Earning a Master's Degree to Jumpstart your Career

Faculty

College of Technology Professor Named 'Woman of Distinction'

Trending Research

Researchers Develop Techniques to Alleviate Water Shortage

Alumni

Get ready for the #HTownTakeover!

Alumni

Carlo Deason wins Silver Medal at Inaugural Americas Masters Games

Students

Digital Media Student Lands Dream Job at NASA after Internship

Students

Students Get an Early Jump on Jobs at Technology Career Fair

Students

Student Success: Technology Alumnus Selected for Distinctive Doctoral Teaching Fellowship

Students

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Giving

Piwetz Family Establishes $50,000 Gift for Construction Management Scholarship Endowment

Students

Visiting Materials Science Grad Students from Mexico Gain Research Experience in the College of Technology