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Undergraduate Catalog

2013 - 2014

Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology

270 CB
(801) 422-4326

Dean: Alan R. Parkinson, Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Assistant Dean: David K. Anthony
Associate Dean: David G. Long, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Associate Dean: Spencer P. Magleby, Professor, Mechanical Engineering

The Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology is accredited under the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) for all engineering and technology programs. The men and women who have graduated from our college will be prepared for entry into the finest graduate schools or workplaces. The mission of the Fulton College is to develop men and women of faith, character, and technical ability who will become outstanding leaders throughout the world.

Alphabetical list of majors offered in the College of Engineering and Technology:

    Chemical Engineering (Ch En)
    Civil and Environmental Engineering (CE En)
    Construction Management (CM)
    Electrical and Computer Engineering (EC En)
    Facility and Property Management (FPM)
    Industrial Design (InDes)
    Information Technology (IT)
    Manufacturing Engineering Technology (MET)
    Mechanical Engineering (Me En)
    Technology and Engineering Education (TEE)

Minors offered in the College of Engineering and Technology:

    Information Technology (IT)
    Manufacturing (Mfg)

See the department sections in this catalog for details regarding these programs or go to

Student Service Center/Advisement

Pamela O. Williamson, Manager Student Center/Advisement Supervisor
Judith Ann Benedict, Advisor
242 Clyde Building
(801) 422-4325

The Student Service Center provides assistance with resumes, resources for internships, and career placement. In Advisement, professional academic advisors are available to assist students with academic planning and provide information for specific majors. Students are assisted in major exploration and basic developmental career issues. Information is also provided regarding university resources and further career and major exploration. Advisement services also include assistance with university core, change of major, academic success, graduation processes, university policies and procedures, and scholarships.