College of Technology


The mission of the College of Technology is to provide an experiential learning environment that fosters collaboration, engagement, innovation and personal growth.  Our programs blend real-world experiences with practical application preparing students for premier career opportunities and advancement within the information technology field.

Master's Programs

The College of Technology offers five master's programs in computer science, cybersecurity, digital communications, information systems technologies, and IT project management.  Each program is designed to meet the workplace needs for talented professionals.

Cohort Description

There is a cohort option for the MS Cybersecurity and the MS Information Technology Project Management programs. A cohort is a group of students who follow the same course plan and start and finish their program together. Cohort spots are limited and competitive.

Epsilon Pi Tau Honor Society, Delta Lambda Chapter

Epsilon Pi Tau is an international honor society that encourages academic excellence of students in fields devoted to the general study of technology and the preparation of practitioners for the technology professions. It recognizes and provides services to students in degree and certificate programs in accredited higher education institutions offering associate through doctoral degree programs.

It provides recognition of individuals for achievement and leadership and is a medium for professional development. Membership in Epsilon Pi Tau is open to technology students and professionals with careers in technology. Students are considered for membership in this International Honorary Society because of their academic excellence. Only those individuals who have shown scholastic success are considered.

For more information about the Delta Lambda chapter of Epsilon Pi Tau, please contact the chair of your College of Technology degree program.

Lambda Pi Eta, Alpha Chi Sigma Chapter

Lambda Pi Eta was founded by the students of the Department of Communication at the University of Arkansas in 1985 and became the national honor society for outstanding students in communication in 1994. Today, more than 450 chapters can be found nationwide.

To be eligible for admission, graduate students in the Master of Digital Communication program must meet the following criteria:

1.           Complete 12 hours of graduate credit-hours in Communication

2.           Have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5

3.           Currently be enrolled as a student in good standing, as determined by the institution’s policies.

Students meeting the national requirements, as outlined, may apply for Lambda Pi Eta membership.

Membership is by invitation only and new members are inducted during an annual ceremony. New members are presented with a certificate, a Lambda Pi Eta lapel pin, and a red and white honor cord to be worn with academic attire at their commencement ceremony.

For more information about the Alpha Chi Sigma Chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, contact the College of Technology.