Welcome to the Department of Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction


Our experienced professors combine hands-on experiential learning with cutting-edge technology integration, preparing students for real-world engineering challenges in a dynamic and innovative manner.

About the ETSC Department


Through practical learning, opportunities to put theories into action, and instructors who care, CWU is the right place for you to begin your education in engineering technologies, safety, and construction.

About

Information about the engineering department and programs

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Resources

Accreditation, Career Resources, Scholarships, and Student Clubs

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Construction Management

Build your future with a degree in Construction Management, part of the Engineering, Technology, Safety, & Construction Dept.

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Electronics Engineering Technology

Welcome to the Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) Program at Central Washington University

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Industrial Engineering Technology

Learn about the Industrial Engineering Technology program at CWU

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Mechanical Engineering Technology

Information about the Mechanical Engineering Technology program

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Risk, Insurance, and Safety Management

Learn about the Risk, Insurance, and Safety Management program at CWU.

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Safety and Health Management

Learn more about the Safety and Health Management Program at CWU.

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Technology Education

Learn about the Technology Education Program in the Engineering, Technology, Safety, and Construction Department.

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Faculty and Staff

Meet the People Behind the Department of Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction.

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Master's Programs

MS Safety and Health Management and MS Engineering Technology and Management

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Minors and Certificates

Minors and Certificates offered by the Department of Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction

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Why study Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction (ETSC) at CWU?

The study of Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction involves learning how to build connections. The same is true at CWU, where you can develop the networks and relationships that will provide a lifetime of benefits. Our programs are based on a foundation of technical courses, math and science, communications, and liberal arts.

Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction Management

Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction department is the right place for you.

Degree Options  

Our department envisions itself providing an educational service with customers at both ends of the system: students wanting an education leading toward employment and employers desiring leaders of the future.  

  • Undergraduate 
    • Construction Management Major, BS  
    • Electronics Engineering Technology Major, BS
    • Industrial Engineering Technology Major, BS  
    • Mechanical Engineering Technology Major, BS  
    • Risk, Insurance, and Safety Management, BS  
    • Safety and Health Management Major, BS  
    • Technology Education Major, BS  
    • Risk, Insurance, and Safety Management, BAS 
  • Minors & Certificate 
    • Construction Minor or Certificate 
    • Engineering Technology Management Minor or Certificate  
    • Public Health and Risk Management Certificate  
    • Risk Management Minor or Certificate 
    • Safety and Health Management Minor or certificate  
    • Engineering Technology Minor  
    • Insurance Management Certificate  
    • Robotics and Automation Minor  
  • Graduate 
    • Safety and Health Management, MS 
    • Engineering Technology and Management MS—Engineering Technology Specialization 
    • Engineering Technology and Management MS—Construction Management Specialization   

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Admissions  

For general university admissions information, contact the Office of Admissions. For advising information, contact the Academic Advising Center.  

Are you a graduate student? Contact the School of Graduate Studies and Research for admissions information.  

Highlights 

Women in Industry 

ETSC sponsors the event Women in Industry, which features a panel of accomplished female professionals. Businesses and government agencies such as The Boeing Company, Associated General Contractors of Washington, Washington State Labor & Industries, Natural Power, and the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) have participated in this event to discuss how women are changing the industry landscape. 

Top-level Facilities 

Hogue Hall, home of ETSC, is an industrial complex. With 18 different labs every program offers plenty of hands-on opportunities to produce industry-ready graduates.   

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