The Evening Technical School was established to accommodate an expanded technical course offering.
The Technical Institute of Temple University is formed and merged with the Community College of Temple University. Subsequently, students received an associate degree in technology after completing the program.
The Board of Trustees approves the formation of the College of Engineering Technology, which was authorized to grant Bachelor of Science degrees in various engineering technology disciplines.
The College of Engineering and Architecture was formed and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering established with curriculums in civil, electrical and mechanical engineering.
The college's first graduate program, the Master of Science in Engineering is offered.
Keya Sadeghipour was named the dean of the newly independent College of Engineering.
The new Department of Bioengineering formally launches and Dr. Peter Lelkes joins the college as the chair.