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The School of Engineering & Technology  at the University of Washington, Tacoma, provides focus for the rapid development of high-technology academic programs which serve the needs of the state of Washington. Launched in 2001, SET has supported the community by building facilities, classrooms and labs. Through innovative partnerships with area companies, internships and funded research projects, SET students gain real world experience to tackle the challenges of a continually evolving industry.

From IT to SET

From Institute of Technology to School of Engineering and Technology. Check out the video below to learn more about the name change. Special thanks to Multimedia Production Services.
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SET News

The Love of the Game

UW Tacoma Distinguished Alumni Award recipient Eric Barone at Cheney Stadium during Paint the Park Purple.
September 4, 2019
UW Tacoma Distinguished Alumni Award recipient Eric Barone took what he learned in the classroom and used it to create a hit video game.
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Summer Camp(us)

A group of MSL students listen to a park ranger talk at Mt. Rainier.
August 22, 2019
UW Tacoma hosts a number of youth-oriented programs during the summer that are designed to get local students excited about the future.
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Greetings from Dr. Katti, Dean of the School of Engineering & Technology

Welcome to the School of Engineering & Technology at UW Tacoma.  Established in 2001, the School of Engineering & Technology has a strong tradition of offering excellent programs while providing student support through small class sizes.  The class sizes in the School of Engineering & Technology average around 30 students per course.  The diverse student body consists of approximately 640 undergraduates and 160 graduate students with a demographic makeup of that population at around 35% Caucasian, 65% Asian, Hispanic, African American, Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, or American Indian.   Currently 21% of our students are women and 18% are underrepresented minorities. More>

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