The Department of Technology, located in room 211 in the John Mitchell Center on the Gorham campus is part of College of Science, Technology, and Health and provides degree programs in Cybersecurity (CS), Information Technology (IT), and Technology Management (TM) (ATL).
We Utilize the Application of Knowledge for Practical Ends
We prepare students for careers as leaders in business and industry, information technology, and network security through specialized and professional courses.
Technology is the study of the creation and utilization of adaptive systems including tools, machines, materials, techniques, and technical means, and the relationship of those elements and systems to human beings, society, and the environment. In the department, technological concepts and skills are presented through a variety of approaches including lectures, laboratory activities, field experiences, industrial visits, and cooperative programs.
The curricula of the Department of Technology provides a blend of general education, technical, and professional courses designed to prepare individuals for careers as leaders in business, industry, and technical services. Several degree programs and options leading to a bachelor of science degree are offered by the department. Each program is designed to meet the educational needs of students with a variety of backgrounds and career aspirations.
Degrees in the Department of Technology
The Department offers Bachelor of Science degrees in: Information Technology, Cybersecurity, Technology Management (2+2 Articulations with ME Community Colleges) with concentrations in Industrial Management, Precision Manufacturing, Information & Communications Technology, and Electro-mechanical Systems. It also has a degree program in Applied Technical Leadership which is designed to provide leadership skills for personnel employed in technically oriented careers such as fire science, law enforcement, medical technology, business process operations, and other service industries.
All students must meet University general education (Core) requirements and additional Departmental requirements either through courses taken at USM, through the transfer of courses from other institutions of higher education, or through portfolio assessment. .