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Engineering Technology Major, B.S.

The Engineering Technology program offers a strong foundation and technology core, coupled with a selection of electives in the professional core that draw from the fields of Industrial Engineering Technology and Manufacturing Engineering Technology. This major is focused on the application of engineering principles in production environments. Graduates may pursue careers in a variety of production environments, from manufacturing, to the processing of agricultural products, and the provision of technical services.

Note: Asterisked (*) courses either have prerequisites not included in this major or require consent of instructor.

I. Engineering Technology Foundations

CHEM 1211 Principles of Chemistry I (4 credits)
MATH 2471 Calculus I (5 credits)
MATH 2472 Calculus II (5 credits)
PHYS 2101 Physics I (5 credits)
PHYS 2102 Physics II (5 credits)
PHYS 2500 Electronics I (4 credits)
STAT 2610 Applied Statistics (4 credits)

Subtotal 32 Credits

II. Engineering Technology Core

IT 1460 Technical Graphics (3 credits)
IT 2110 Manufacturing Materials and Processes (3 credits)
*IT 2608 Computer Controlled Machining (3 credits)
IT 3217 Materials Science and Metallurgy (3 credits)
IT 3267 Engineering Cost Analysis (3 credits)
IT 3330 Industrial Automation (3 credits)
IT 3460 Parametric 3D Modeling (3 credits)
IT 3700 Production Planning and Control (3 credits)
IT 3879 Performance Measurement (3 credits)
IT 4877 Industrial Maintenance and Safety (3 credits)
IT 4878 Quality Assurance (3 credits)
IT 4880 Total Quality Management (3 credits)
IT 4897 Project Management (3 credits)
PHYS 2210 Statics and Strength of Materials (3 credits)
PHYS 2220 Dynamics (3 credits)
PHYS 3400 Mathematical Methods for Engineers (3 credits)

Subtotal 48 Credits

III. Engineering Technology Professional Core

IT 4820 Engineering Case Study (3 credits)

Select 12 credits from the following:

ENGL 2150 Technical Writing
or ENGL 3155 Professional Writing (3 credits)
*IT 3310 Fluid Power (3 credits)
IT 3897 Ergonomics and Human Factors (3 credits)
IT 4370 Computer Integrated Manufacturing (3 credits)
IT 4464 Machine Element Design (3 credits)
IT 4465 Mechanical Analysis of Parametric 3D Models (3 credits)
IT 4879 Service Process Design and Improvement (3 credits)
IT 4898 Simulation of Industrial Processes (3 credits)
IT 4899 Design of Experiments (3 credits)
PHYS 3300 Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer (3 credits)

Subtotal 15 Credits

 Total Semester Credits Required for Major 95 Credits

 A Total of 128 Semester Credits is Required for a Bachelor’s Degree


SUGGESTED SEMESTER SCHEDULE FOR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY MAJOR, B.S.

The following is a list of required Engineering Technology Major, B.S. courses arranged by year. This schedule is intended to help students plan their courses in an orderly fashion; however, these are only suggestions and this schedule is flexible.

Freshman

CHEM 1211 Principles of Chemistry I
ENGL 1101 College Writing I
ENGL 1102 College Writing II
IT 1460 Technical Graphics
MATH 2471 Calculus I
MATH 2472 Calculus II
PHYS 2101 Physics I
Liberal Education requirements

Sophomore

IT 2110 Manufacturing Materials and Processes
IT 2608 Computer Controlled Machining
PHYS 2102 Physics II
PHYS 2210 Statics and Strength of Materials
PHYS 2220 Dynamics
PHYS 2500 Electronics I
STAT 2610 Applied Statistics
Liberal Education requirements

Junior

IT 3217 Materials Science and Metallurgy
IT 3267 Engineering Cost Analysis
IT 3330 Industrial Automation
IT 3460 Parametric 3D Modeling
IT 3700 Production Planning and Control
IT 3879 Performance Measurement
PHYS 3400 Mathematical Methods for Engineers
Engineering Technology Prof. Core Electives (select 2)
Liberal Education requirements

Senior

IT 4820 Engineering Case Study
IT 4877 Industrial Maintenance & Safety
IT 4878 Quality Assurance
IT 4880 Total Quality Management
IT 4897 Project Management
Engineering Technology Prof. Core Electives (select 2)
Liberal Education requirements
Free Electives


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