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Engineering Technology

ENG-AS


Brad Jenkins, Program Administrator, CL (727) 341-4378
 

The purpose of this program is to prepare students for employment or provide additional training for persons previously or currently employed in the manufacturing, medical, electronics, aerospace, or other related industries. This degree is a planned sequence of instruction consisting of the four specializations; electronics, quality, digital design and modeling, and biomedical systems with one common core.  It is recommended that students complete the core before advancing to the courses in the next level of specialization. The coverage includes communication skills, technical competency, safe and efficient work practices and a combination of theory and laboratory activities to gain the necessary cognitive and manipulative skills to support engineering design, processes, production, testing, and product quality.

The 18 credit hour technical core has also been aligned with the Manufacturing Skills Standards Council’s (MSSC) skills standards. The MSSC skill standards define the knowledge, skills, and performance needed for positions in manufacturing. After completing this core and the General Education requirements, the students will be eligible to take the exam for the MSSC Production Technician Certification. The graduates of the Engineering Technology Program can transfer to universities offering the B.S. degree in Engineering Technology.


APPROVED REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WITH CATALOG YEAR
20111/0445 (BEGINNING 8/22/2011) OR LATER

~ REFER TO CURRICULUM FILES FOR PREVIOUS CATALOG YEAR REQUIREMENTS ~



GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (18 credits)
* Enhanced World View Requirement
ENC 1101 - COMPOSITION I or (Honors) 3
SPC 1017 INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3
     or (SPC 1017H, SPC 1065, SPC 1608, or SPC 1608H)
* Humanities/Fine Arts Approved Course 3
Mathematics - One college level course with MAC, MAP, MAS, MGF, MTG or STA prefix 3
* Social & Behavioral Sciences Approved Course 3
PHI 1600 STUDIES IN APPLIED ETHICS 3
     or PHI 1602H
Computer/Information Literacy Competency Requirement

TECHNOLOGY CORE COURSES
(18 credits)
EET 1084C INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS 3
ETD 1320C INTRODUCTION TO CAD 3
ETI 1110 INTRODUCTION TO QUALITY ASSURANCE 3
ETI 1420 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES AND MATERIALS I 3
ETI 1701 INDUSTRIAL SAFETY 3
ETM 1010C MECHANICAL MEASUREMENT AND INSTRUMENTATION 3

Subplan A: ELECTRONICS (ELEC) (24 credits)
CET 1114C DIGITAL FUNDAMENTALS WITH LAB 4
EET 1015C DC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS WITH LAB 4
EET 1025C AC CIRCUIT ANALYSIS WITH LAB 4
EET 1205C ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION 1
EET 2140C SOLID STATE ELECTRONICS WITH LAB 4
EET 2155C LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS WITH LAB 4
EET 2949 - CO-OP WORK EXPERIENCE 3

OR
Subplan B: QUALITY (QUAL) (24 credits)
ETI 1622 CONCEPTS OF LEAN AND SIX-SIGMA 3
ETI 1628 DEVELOPING AND COACHING SELF-DIRECTED WORK TEAMS 3
ETI 2610 PRINCIPLES OF SIX SIGMA 3
ETI 2619 SIX SIGMA PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3
ETI 2623 TOOLS FOR LEAN MANUFACTURING 3
ETI 2624 SIX SIGMA BLACK BELT CONCEPTS 3
ETI 2626 SIX SIGMA CAPSTONE PROJECT 3
ETI 2670 TECHNICAL ECONOMIC ANALYSIS 3

OR
Subplan C: DIGITAL DESIGN AND MODELING (DDM) (24 credits)
ETD 1340C AUTOCAD II 3
ETD 1350C AUTOCAD III 3-D MODELING 3
ETD 2364C INTRODUCTION TO SOLIDWORKS 3
ETD 2368C ADVANCED SOLIDWORKS 3
ETD 2369C SOLIDWORKS ADVANCED APPLICATIONS 3
EET 2949 - CO-OP WORK EXPERIENCE 3
Select two (2) additional ETD related courses 6

OR
Subplan D: BIOMEDICAL SYSTEMS (BIOM) (24 credits)
ETI 1030 REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT FOR MEDICAL DEVICES 3
ETI 1622 CONCEPTS OF LEAN AND SIX-SIGMA 3
ETI 1628 DEVELOPING AND COACHING SELF-DIRECTED WORK TEAMS 3
ETI 2031 RISK MANAGEMENT AND ASSESSMENT FOR MEDICAL DEVICES 3
ETI 2032 CHANGE CONTROL AND DOCUMENTATION 3
ETI 2041 MEDICAL DEVICE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING 3
ETI 2171 QUALITY AUDITING FOR MEDICAL DEVICES 3
EET 2949 - CO-OP WORK EXPERIENCE 3

TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS

60

C&I 3/22/11 ~ BOT 4/26/11