|IET 160, Computer Aided Design||4|
|IET 301, Engineering Project Const Analysis||5|
|IET 380, Quality Control||4|
|IET 385, Industrial Design||3|
|IET 389, Technical Communications||3|
|EET 221 / 221LAB, Basic Electricity||4|
|EET 312, Basic Electronics||4|
|MET 310, Hydraulics / Pneumatics||4|
|MET 345, Production Technology||4|
|MET 351, Metallurgy/Materials & Processes||4|
|SHM 325, Manufacturing Safety||3|
|MATH 154, Pre-Calculus Mathematics II||5|
|PHYS 111/111LAB, Introductory Physics||5|
|CHEM 111 & 111LAB, Introduction to Chemistry/Lab OR|
CHEM 181 & 181LAB, General Chemistry/lab
|IT 101, Computer Applications||3|
|ENG 310, Technical Writing (4 credits) or|
ADMG 385, Business Communications & Report Writing (5 credits)
|Computer Electivs (IET Department Approved)||4|
Note: Transfer students must complete a minimum of 25 credits from the IET Department.
Please meet with an adviser to define your course of study.
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