The mission of the College of Technology is to be the center for excellence in technology for the state of Kansas. The college assumes this leadership role through programs in five departments: Automotive Technology, Engineering Technology, Graphics and Imaging Technologies, Technology Management and Technology Studies. The building, which is almost 280,000 square feet, includes over 13 computer labs with approximately 260 workstations and close to 70 technical laboratories for student learning.
The combined programs in the College of Arts & Sciences are the largest at Pittsburg State, enrolling more than 50% of all students at the university. The College has more than fifty undergraduate and graduate majors and minors in fourteen departments.
Four departments make up the College of Education:
Teaching and Leadership
Health, Human Performance, and Recreation
Psychology and Counseling
Programs in these departments develop professionals pursuing careers in psychology, clinical psychology, school psychology, school and community counseling, elementary and secondary teaching, special education, school and district leadership, school media specialist, reading specialist, English as a second language instruction, technology integration specialist, and recreation.
Earning accolades such as accreditation from AACSB International (the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), recognition by the Princeton Review as one of the 301 best business colleges in the nation, one of only around 100 schools in the country to earn the Information Systems Security certification by the Committee on National Security Systems, and one of 28 colleges that offer a program in Endorsed Internal Auditing, PSU's Gladys A. Kelce College of Business is truly world-class.