College of Technology


Programs in the College of Technology have been developed for those students wishing to work in information technology fields, cyber security, video and motion graphics, and multimedia design. Design-related careers include, among others, the areas of Game Design and Development, 3-D animation, marketing, photography and graphic design. Video and Motion Graphics careers encompass film, television programming, video games and a host of other entertainment mediums. Information technology networks now reflect a global presence throughout all of the nation’s IT enterprise systems as people are now connected to a network whether at work or home through any of the many types of end user devices. Information Technology related careers include Project Leader/Manager, Software Developer, Systems Analyst, Database Specialist, E-commerce Analyst, Network Specialist, Cyber Security Specialist, Information Security Analyst, and Information Assurance and Computer Forensics Specialist, among many others. The United States Department of Labor statistics reports a demand for Information Technology professionals across all industry segments with an emphasis on cyber security. Wilmington University’s College of Technology programs include courses that are taught using an appropriate balance of theory and practice in state-of-the-art labs, classrooms and studios.


The mission of the College of Technology is to prepare students in the conceptual and practical aspects of information technologies, media design and video/motion graphics. Students will learn creative, technical and managerial perspectives to aid them in becoming competent practitioners and leaders in their chosen field. Each student will also be versed in leadership and stewardship responsibilities as they assume those roles in society. Toward those ends, the faculty is committed to providing an academically challenging and an aesthetically pleasing environment that will foster the development of creative and innovative projects to meet the challenges of a constantly changing profession.

Epsilon Pi Tau Honor Society/Delta Lambda Chapter

Epsilon Pi Tau is an international honor society that encourages academic excellence of students in fields devoted to the general study of technology and the preparation of practitioners for the technology professions. It recognizes and provides services to students in degree and certificate programs in accredited higher education institutions offering associate through doctoral degree programs.

The honor society provides recognition of individuals for achievement and leadership, and is a medium for professional development. Membership in Epsilon Pi Tau is open to technology students and professionals with careers in technology. Students are considered for membership in this International Honorary Society because of their academic excellence. Only those individuals who have shown scholastic success are considered.


Wilmington University has been designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance/Cybersecurity through academic year 2021 by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security.

This nationally recognized designation certifies that Wilmington University’s Computer and Network Security and Information Assurance curricula, faculty, outreach and academic activities meet the rigorous standards established by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security. The goal of the National Centers of Academic Excellence designation program is to promote higher education in Information Assurance (IA) and Cyber Defense (CD) and prepare a growing number of IA/CD professionals to meet the need to reduce vulnerabilities in the Nation’s networks.

General Purpose

The College of Technology programs are designed to address a wide range of career needs surrounding the informational systems field, in multimedia design and in the video and motion graphics industries. The diversity of activities and occupations within these professions establishes the foundation for formal training. Rapidly changing technology requires curriculum that is concurrent with industry. While preparing students to become competent, competitive, adaptive and able to work well in teams, our programs include the latest tools and concepts. The importance of these personal design and communication skills and of the knowledge, skills, and abilities associated with emerging technologies and information resources is reflected in the various programs through emphasis on “core skills”, all of which are fully integrated into practical, hands-on assignments.