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2014-2015 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog

PDF of Engineering Technology, B.S.

Technology, Art, and Design

Faculty

Mahmoud Al-Odeh, Timothy Brockman, Laura Goliaszewski, Andrew Graham, Barbara Hanus, Bonnie Higgins, Natalia Himmirska, John Holden, Sachel Josefson, Lyle Meulebroeck, Steven Sundahl, David Towley

Programs

Department of Technology, Art & Design
BN 251
Phone: (218) 755-2950
Fax: (218) 755-4011

Engineering Technology, B.S. major

The Engineering Technology program prepares individuals for a wide range of career opportunities in business and industry in such areas as management, construction, engineering, product development, quality assurance, safety, and sustainable energy. There are two emphasis options in construction and manufacturing management that provide an opportunity to develop a focused study of management theories and practices in these areas.

Note: Upon approval of the Department of Technological Studies, certain major courses can be substituted in the technical core, professional core, or area of emphasis from related technical and community college programs.

Required Credits: 78
Required GPA: 2.25

I REQUIRED TECHNICAL CORE COURSES

 

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

II REQUIRED PROFESSIONAL CORE COURSES

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

III REQUIRED FOUNDATION COURSES

TAKE 6 SEMESTER CREDITS OF MATH AT THE 1100 OR HIGHER
LEVEL. STUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO TAKE STATISTICS
AND CALCULUS.

TAKE 7 SEMESTER CREDITS FROM AMONG THE PHYSICS,
CHEMISTRY, OR PHYSICAL SCIENCE (SPECIFICALLY, SCI 1110
AND SCI 1120) COURSES THAT ARE APPROVED TO FULFILL
LIBERAL EDUCATION CATEGORY 3. OTHER CATEGORY 3 COURSES
MAY BE SUBSTITUTED IF APPROVED BY THE CHAIR OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF TECHNOLOGICAL STUDIES. STUDENTS
ARE ENCOURAGED TO TAKE A COMBINATION OF PHYSICS AND
CHEMISTRY.

MANUFACTURING MANAGEMENT EMPHASIS

SELECT 16 CREDITS FROM THE FOLLOWING COURSES:
STUDENTS MUST CHOOSE A MANUFACTURING-RELATED
TOPIC FOR TADT 4778, ADVANCED TOPICS IN
TECHNOLOGY

TADT 4970 MAY BE TAKEN FOR 4 CREDITS