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Senior information and computer technology students Richard Everhart, Ben McKinzie, Trevor Dildy, Daniel Pennington and Lindsey Esslinger worked at the Boys and Girls Club in Winterville. Misty Marston, director of the Boys and Girls Club, identified technological areas that needed improvement to help the organization continue to grow and provide services to more Pitt County children.
Roughly 300 high school students from eastern North Carolina experimented with concepts in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) at East Carolina University on Feb. 21, 2014.
We are pleased that you are here to learn more about our department. The Department of Technology Systems considers student success to be our first priority. Our student-centered approach to education prepares our graduates for outstanding careers and leadership roles in very dynamic fields of technology. Our hands-on programs allow students to apply what they learn in our cutting edge instructional facilities and labs. Our close alliances with business and industry help us maintain our curriculum in step with technologic advancements and industry needs, and creates opportunities for internships, coops, and permanent employment of our graduates.
The Department of Technology Systems offers the following degrees and programs:
- Industrial Distribution and Logistics
- Manufacturing Systems
- Performance Improvement
- Quality Systems