The Department of Technology provides and advances a wholistic quality Christian education which develops men and women to be earnest seekers of truth and equips them with appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes that prepares them to use their hands, heart and mind in the service to God and man.
Automotive technologists qualify for management positions in customer relations, credit and finance personnel, sales, marketing, inventory control, technical adviser, parts manager and fleet management, etc. They are equipped to be entrepreneurs in the automotive sector or find employment as field service personnel, assessors, diagnostic tool and service manual developers, dealership managers, warranty auditors, or automotive technology instructors.
In addition to meeting University minimum entrance requirements, students entering the Department of Technology, must have at least a C (plain) in Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics.
The Department of Technology envisions being a center of excellence in market driven programs in Automotive, Computing and Electronics technologies.