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Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction

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Industrial Engineering Technology (IET) Curriculum

IET Curriculum 

Major Requirements: 109-110 Credits  

CHEM                    CHEM 111/111Lab or 181/181Lab (5 credits) 

PHYSICS               PHYS 111/111LAB (5 credits) 

MATH 154               Pre-Calculus II (5 credits) 

WRITING               ADMG 385 (4) or ENG 310 (5 credits) 

COM 345               Business and Professional Speaking (4 credits) 

EET 221                 Basic Electricity (4 credits) 

EET 312                 Basic Electronics (4 credits) 

EET 332                 Electrical Machines (4 credits) 

ETSC 150              Engineering Graphics (5 credits) 

ETSC 241              PLC (4 credits) 

ETSC 242              Instrumentation (4 credits) 

ETSC 277              Introduction to Robotics (4 credits) 

ETSC 300              IET Fundamentals (2 credits) 

ETSC 301              Engineering Project Cost Analysis (4 credits) 

ETSC 341              PLC II (4 credits) 

ETSC 380              Quality Control (4 credits) 

ETSC 385              Product Design and Development (4 credits) 

ETSC 455              Engineering Project Management (4 credits) 

ETSC 490              Cooperative education/internship OR 

ETSC 485              Capstone (4 credits) 

MET 255                Basic Machining (4 credits) 

MET 310                Hydraulics/Pneumatics (4 credits) 

MET 345                Lean Manufacturing (4 credits) 

SHM 325               Manufacturing Safety (3 credits) 

               

ADMG 201            Introduction to Business (3 credits) 

SCM 310              Supply Chain Management (5 credits) 

RMT 340              Principles of Selling (4 credits) 

300 Course          Department approved elective (4 credits)  

 *Please contact the program director for help with major declaration and advising assistance with a graduation plan.  

*Students may be able to complete an additional minor concurrently depending on total credits and courses taken upon program admittance

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