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About Us

The mission of the Smith College of Engineering and Technology is to prepare students for successful careers or advanced study in a dynamic, technology-based, international environment.

The college utilizes an engaged learning environment to provide the needed technical knowledge, skills, and scholarship that enable students to excel in their chosen professions. In addition, the college is committed to mutually enriching relationships with alumni, government, regional industries, and beyond to supplement the classroom, provide real-world experience, and foster a desire for lifelong learning.

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Student Testimonials

  • There are professors, there are advisors, there are tutors, there are friends, there are fellow students that are all ready to help you. You can find success.

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    Jayden Tanner

    Applied Engineering & Transportation Technologies

  • I wanted to make an impact and have physical application of my passions. Architecture at UVU was exactly what I was looking for.

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    Hazel Kynaston

    Architecture & Engineering Design

  • I am so grateful for my foundational aviation knowledge that Utah Valley University has given me! I have made many friends and associates, whom I still keep in contact with.

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    Kanani Ava Nau

    Aviation Sciences

  • The program is excellent at teaching theory in an understandable way, along with its many applications. The professors genuinely care about their students' learning and success.

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    Jacob Banuelos

    Computer Science

  • The Construction Management program has given me the knowledge and tools to build a successful career. Attending UVU has been a true investment in my career and life.

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    Tristan Benton

    Construction Technologies

  • These chefs come from a completely different background, are full of knowledge, and are great to share their tricks of the trade.

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    Jamie Ledesma

    Culinary Arts Institute

  • CET helped me learn how I can do what I love and get real-world experience before I graduate. I am thankful the DGM faculty have taken the time to guide me throughout my journey.

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    Emma Lam

    Digital Media

  • The ECE program favors hands-on learning through completing multiple projects and it encourages students to get involved in different areas such as undergraduate research.

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    Lalle N'diaye

    Electrical & Computer Engineering

  • The comprehensive curriculum at UVU equipped me with the analytical skills necessary to interpret complex data sets and translate them into actionable insights.

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    Matthew Allen

    Information Systems & Technology

  • I came to UVU because it's accessible to everyone. I'm a married father of five who works part-time. UVU is challenging, but the professors are willing to help their students succeed.

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    David Fernandez

    Mechanical & Civil Engineering

  • I can go pretty much anywhere in the world with this degree and be able to work on any kind of project that I want.

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    Gavin Mclaren

    Technology Management & Mechatronics

Degree Match

Over 100 degree options to match your career goals.

With over 100 degrees ranging from certificates to master's degrees, the Smith College of Engineering and Technology has options for you to reach your career goals and find your unique degree match.

Check Out Our Departments

03Master's Degrees
26Bachelor's Degrees
32Associate Degrees

Faculty Highlight

The Five P's of Pursuing Your Career

  1. What's your passion?
  2. Give your passion a purpose.
  3. Write down your plan; you'll have a greater chance at achieving it.
  4. Pursue. Go after it, be committed, and pursue your ambitions.
  5. Persist; don't stop. Continue to develop and grow, so you can continue your passions.

Steve Ley, Associate Professor in Aviation Sciences


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Meet the Dean

"Our students are at the heart of everything we do, and we love it when they succeed at UVU and beyond. Whether you are a mechanical engineer, a culinary chef, or specializing in any other field within our diverse college, your achievements will contribute immensely to the rich tapestry of our institution."

Kelly Flanagan, Dean, Smith College of Engineering and Technology

Undergraduate application deadlines

Aug. 1

Fall Semester

Dec. 1

Spring semester

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