Dunwoody College of Technology
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Dunwoody Earns ABET Accreditation for Mechanical Engineering
Dunwoody College is proud to announce that the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET has accredited the College’s Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering. In addition to the initial accreditation of the Mechanical Engineering program, the College was notified that it received renewed ABET accreditation for its Industrial Engineering Technology degree program.Learn More
Dunwoody College makes U.S. News list of Best Colleges for 2022-2023
U.S. News & World Report released its annual “Best Colleges” education rankings of the nation’s colleges and universities. Dunwoody College of Technology was the recipient of three honors on the 2022-2023 list. Not only was Dunwoody ranked as one of the best Regional Colleges – Midwest, but it also made the list for Least Debt and Top Performers on Social Mobility.Learn More
Engineering, Computers top list of Best Jobs for 2022
Dunwoody’s computer and engineering graduates are in high demand. So, it wasn’t any surprise when Glassdoor.com released its annual “50 Best Jobs in America” report for 2022 and technology careers rounded out the Top 12 spots.Learn More
Meet The Hawks: Dunwoody’s First Mascot in 80+ Years
Dunwoody is excited to introduce students, alumni, faculty, and community members to the Hawks, a new mascot for their first-ever esports team, campus life, and student activities. The creation of the hawk mascot embodies the pride, dedication, and creativity of Dunwoody’s community.
Dunwoody Receives Accreditation from ACCE for Construction Project Management Program
Dunwoody College has received American Council for Construction Education (ACCE) accreditation for its Construction Project Management Associate of Applied Science Degree program. The accreditation highlights the program’s strong, comprehensive curriculum, along with a network of supportive industry partners.
Make Curiosity A Career
In Demand Graduates
” We know our graduates are in demand and will continue to be. Which means it’s our job to attract more students to the field. These are great careers and we need more highly skilled workers to help close the skills gap in Minnesota. “
Dean of Construction Sciences & Building Technology