About the University of Houston, College of Technology

Graduate students from University of Houston’s College of Technology will be stationed in TechZone Americas with an array of demos that relate to manufacturing, transport and logistics sectors. They are eager to talk about the technologies, demonstrate them and explain how each could be used in the field, and in some cases, how these technologies are already being used by industry partners.

University of Houston College of Technology logo with Houston in red print and rest in gray

University of Houston
College of Technology Building
4730 Calhoun Road #300
Houston, TX 77204-4021
Phone: 713-743-4100
Fax: 713-743-4032

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The College of Technology is the fastest-growing college at the University of Houston. Our students graduate with the confidence that they will have the skills to succeed in the workforce after graduation. The College of Technology offers an encouraging and inspiring environment for students who emerge with deep technical acumen, unmatched interpersonal and critical thinking skills, and foresight to build new technology solutions to enable our society to do things better, smarter, and faster.

Founded in 1941, the College of Technology is one of the oldest and largest colleges at the University of Houston. Our curricula require professional internships so that students benefit from an experiential learning environment, adding irreplaceable value to their degrees. There are 1,978 employers registered in the College’s career database, TechConnect, who recognize the caliber of our graduates. We are currently ranked #1 in Texas for engineering technology by Best Engineering Colleges. The Construction Management department is a good example of the value of a degree from the College of Technology. All Construction Management students are required to pass the American Institute of Constructors National Certification Exam—an eight-hour test administered to students across the country. While the national pass rate is 51 percent, College of Technology students pass at a rate of 75 percent, and individual College of Technology students frequently earn the highest score in the nation.

We offer 23 Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degree programs across four departments:

  1. Construction Management
  2. Information and Logistics Technology
  3. Engineering Technology
  4. Human Development and Consumer Sciences

6,365 Students are enrolled in the following majors:


  • Biotechnology
  • Computer Engineering Technology
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Construction Management
  • Digital Media
  • Electrical Power Engineering Technology
  • Human Resource Development
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Organizational Leadership and Supervision
  • Retailing and Consumer Science
  • Supply Chain and Logistics Technology


  • Biotechnology
  • Computational Health Informatics
  • Construction Management
  • Foresight
  • Global Retailing
  • Human Resource Development
  • Information System Security
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Network Communications
  • Supply Chain and Logistics Technology
  • Technology Project Management

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