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2014-2015 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog

PDF of Applied Engineering, B.A.S.

Technology, Art, and Design

Faculty

Mahmoud Al-Odeh, Timothy Brockman, Andrew Graham, 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

Applied Engineering, B.A.S. major

 

The Applied Engineering Program is designed to prepare individuals to work in a variety of applied engineering career paths in business or industry. The program is designed specifically for individuals who typically possess a two-year technical degree and are interested in advancing their professional career. The program is a “2+2” degree that permits students to apply their 2 year technical degree credits toward a baccalaureate degree. Coupled with a two-year technical degree providing a focused foundation, students will complete junior- and senior-level courses covering a broad range of applied engineering concepts and applications. This breadth will provide maximum flexibility for graduates to pursue diverse employment opportunities. Completion of the degree is available through a web-based distance delivery format. Students should work closely with an advisor to obtain program and course selection information.

Note: Transfer students must take a minimum of 30 semester credits from Bemidji State University. Forty (40) upper division semester credits are also required for graduation.

Required Credits: 67
Required GPA: 2.25

I REQUIRED TECHNICAL CORE COURSES

Requires 26 technical credits transferred from an A.S.
or A.A.S. degree, or a diploma (e.g., Manufacturing
Technology, Automation Technology)

II REQUIRED APPLIED ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY CORE

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSES:

III APPLIED ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY ELECTIVES

SELECT 12 CREDITS FROM THE FOLLOWING WITH ASSISTANCE
FROM A FACULTY ADVISOR:

       MAY INCLUDE TADT 4970 FOR 1-2 CREDITS

IV REQUIRED ENGINEERING CAPSTONE

COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING COURSE: