College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture (CETA)
Inspiring Change and Innovation
A CETA education is all about gaining a practical learning experience while preparing for the future. Whether you are passionate about engineering, technology, or architecture, you will gain the skills to hit the ground running in your career after graduation – in the US or worldwide.
CETA is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), and programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) and the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC).
More than 70 percent of CETA students complete at least one internship before graduation. 40 percent of internships led alumni to full-time positions.
in the best undergraduate engineering schools(no doctorate, U.S. News & World Report 2021)
How To Join CETA
You are able to study a degree at CETA as an international student by joining our International Pathway Program. You can progress to study an undergraduate degree by studying the International Year, or a graduate degree with the Master’s International Year.
Highlighted Progression Degrees
Bachelor of Science, Architectural Design + Technology
This degree, accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, will prepare you for a variety of careers in architecture and construction. You will be able to study courses including:
- Building Systems for Architectural Design
- Architectural Computer Modelling and Rendering
- Design of Steel Structures for Architectural Design
- Construction Management
Bachelor of Science, Acoustical Engineering and Music
This is a unique combination degree with The Hartt School, teaching students the science of sound, such as: how it is produced, how it travels, and how it can be detected. It will prepare you to pursue professional careers in engineering or enter graduate school for further study in the field.
Upon graduation, you may end up in a career in:
- Audio Engineering
- Architectural Acoustics
- Musical Acoustics
- Noise Control and Sound Quality
Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering with Acoustics Concentration
This degree combines a robust mechanical engineering curriculum with the same core and elective classes of the Acoustical Engineering and Music program. Top employers of graduates of this degree include Apple, Bose, and Starkey Hearing Technologies.
There was a 100% job placement (or graduate school acceptance) rate following graduation for Acoustical Engineering & Music and Mechanical Engineering (Acoustics Concentration) graduates of the class of 2019.
More Progression Degree Choices From the International Pathway Program
- Acoustical Engineering and Music BSE
- Aerospace Engineering BS
- Architectural Design and Technology BS
- Audio Engineering Technology BS
- Biomedical Engineering BS
- Civil Engineering BSCE
- Computer and Electronic Engineering Technology
- Computer Engineering BSCompE
- Computer Science and Engineering BS
- Electrical Engineering BSEE
- Electromechanical Engineering Technology BS
- Electronic Engineering Technology BS
- Engineering Technology BS
- Interdisciplinary Engineering Studies BSE
- Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Robotics Engineering
- Architecture MArch
- Civil Engineering MEng
- Electrical and Computer Engineering MEng
- Environmental and Management MEng
- Environmental Engineering MEng
- Mechanical Engineering MEng
“Because my major is an international major, I wanted to come here to learn more. Western culture and Eastern culture are quite different. That's why I want to have more experience.”
Oliver from China
Studied the International Pathway Program
Progressed to MEng Electrical and Computer Engineering
International Pathway Program
Whether you are an undergraduate or a graduate student, our International Pathway Program can help you study a degree at the top-ranking University of Hartford.
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