Construction and Facilities Management, Jay Christofferson, 230 SNLB, (801) 422-6302
Industrial Design, Paul Skaggs, 310 CTB, (801) 422-4420
Information Technology, Derek Hansen, 265 CTB, (801) 422-7467
Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Val Hawks, 265 CTB, (801) 422-4571
Technology Engineering Education, Kip Christensen, 230 SNLB, (801) 422-6310
Admission to Degree Program
Each degree program in the School of Technology has specific enrollment requirements. Please see each program's admission requirements for specific details.
We strongly encourage students to visit with the School of Technology advisor (250 SNLB) at least every year, and preferably every semester, to ensure that they are making appropriate progress in the program and taking courses in the appropriate sequence.
Financial Support Opportunities
In addition to general university scholarships and student employment, the School of Technology offers scholarships, an academic internship program with industry, and a variety of departmental part-time jobs such as research assistant, new-product developer, lab assistant, paper grader, electronics technician, maintenance assistant, computer operator, etc.
An industrial experience/internship in the major before graduation is required. Qualified students enroll in an academic internship, which must be approved before the actual experience. A formal report and employer evaluation are required.
When transferring into the school, students must meet with the School of Technology advisor before registering for classes to evaluate their technical courses and to get help in planning their schedule for completing their remaining course work.
Students are encouraged to join student chapters of national professional organizations affiliated with their major area of study. Student interaction, leadership, and career awareness are important to engineering and technology studies. All majors are encouraged to not only become members and actively participate in these chapters but also to support field trips, guest speakers, banquets, and program activities.
Professional Program Acceptance
Students must be accepted into the professional program before they may take upper-division courses in industrial design. Industrial design has additional restrictions that apply to major courses. (See the industrial design sections of this catalog.) A professional program application (available at http://sot.et.byu.edu/advisement/applications-and-forms) must be completed and submitted to 250 SNLB.
Students interested in declaring TEE as a major are encouraged to visit with the School of Technology advisor (250 SNLB) regarding requirements for program entrance, graduation, and licensure.
Academic Standards and Continuance
On gaining acceptance into the professional program, students must maintain a minimum university cumulative grade point average of 2.0. A professional program course may not be retaken more than once.
To receive a BYU bachelor's degree a student must complete, in addition to all requirements for a specific major, the following university requirements:
- The University Core, consisting of requirements in general and religious education. (For a complete listing of courses that meet university core requirements, see here.)
- At least 30 credit hours must be earned in residence on the BYU campus in Provo as an admitted day student
- A minimum of 120 credit hours
- A cumulative GPA of at least 2.0
- Be in good standing with the Honor Code Office
Students should see their college advisement center for help or information concerning the undergraduate programs.