|CHEM 111 - Introduction to Chemistry Credits:||4|
|CHEM 111LAB - Introductory Chemistry Laboratory Credits||1|
|CHEM 181 - General Chemistry I Credits plus 1 credit lab||4|
|EET 221 - Basic Electricity Credits||4|
|EET 271 - Digital Circuits Credits||4|
|ETSC 160 - Computer-aided Design and Drafting Credits||4|
|ETSC 241 - Programmable Logic Controller Applications Credits||4|
|ETSC 242 - Instrumentation Credits||4|
|ETSC 301 - Engineering Project Cost Analysis Credits||4|
|ETSC 380 - Quality Control Credits||4|
|ETSC 385 - Product Design and Development Credits||4|
|ETSC 442 - Alternative Energy Resources and Technology Credits||5|
|ETSC 455 - Engineering Project Management Credits||4|
|ETSC 490 - Cooperative Education Credits: (1-12) (Must be taken for 4 credits)|
|IT 101, Computer Applications||3|
|MET 310 - Hydraulics/Pneumatics Credits||4|
|MET 345 - Lean Manufacturing Credits||4|
|MET 351 - Metallurgy/Materials and Processes Credits||4|
|PHYS 111 - Introductory Physics I with Laboratory Credits||5|
|SHM 325 - Manufacturing Safety and Health Credits||3|
Select one of the following Credits: 4-5
|ADMG 385 - Business Communications and Report Writing Credits||5|
|ENG 310 - Technical Writing Credits||4|
|Total Required Courses Credit: 82-83|
Courses by advisement.
Note: Transfer students must complete a minimum of 25 credits from the ETSC Department.
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