• Industrial Technology 01
  • Engineering Technology Major

    The mission of the Engineering Technology degree is to prepare students for employment in supervision, and/or technical areas in industry, business, governmental, or service agencies.  The Engineering Technology degree provides students a background in applied engineering technical courses by combining hands-on laboratory training with mathematics, science, and general education.

    The minimum number of hours required for the major in Engineering Technology is 123 semester hours.

  • Engineering Technology Program Requirements

    Basic Curriculum Component
     
    I. Written Composition: 9 hours
    A. Nine semester hours from the following sequences:
    • EH 101. Written English I (3)
    • EH 102. Written English II (3)
      OR
    • EH 103. Honors English I (3)
    • EH 104. Honors English II (3)
      AND
    • EH 200. Technical Communications (3)
    II. Humanities and Fine Arts: 12 hours
    A. Six semester hours from the following sequences:
    • EH 221. British Literature I (3)
    • EH 222. British Literature II (3)
      OR
    • EH 231. American Literature I (3)
    • EH 232. American Literature II (3)
      OR
    • EH 213. Honors Literature I (3)
    • EH 214. Honors Literature II (3)
    B. Three semester hours from the following:
    • SH 100. Principles of Public Speaking (3)
    C. Three semester hours from the following:
    • AT 100. Introduction to Art (3)
    • MU 100. Introduction to Music (3)
    • TH 100. Introduction to Theatre (3)
      OR
    • HR 100. Honors Forum (1)
      AND
    • HR 200. Honors Special Topics: Interdisciplinary (2)
    III. Natural Sciences and Mathematics: 18 hours
    A. Ten semester hours from the following:
    • MH 113. Precalculus Algebra (3)
    • MH 114. Precalculus Trigonometry (3)
    • MH 121. Calculus I (4)
    B. Eight semester hours from the following:
    • PH 201. College Physics I (4)
    • PH 202. College Physics II (4)
      OR
    • PH 211. Technical Physics I (4)
    • PH 212. Technical Physics II (4)
    IV. History, Social, and Behavioral Sciences: 12 hours
    A. Three semester hours from the following:
    • HY 101. History of Western Civilization I (3)
    • HY 103. Honors Western Civilization (3)
    • HY 104. Honors Western Civilization II (3)
    • HY 211. American History I (3)
    • HY 212. American History II (3)
    B. Three semester hours from the following:
    • AN 100. Introduction to Anthropology (3)
    • PY 100. General Psychology (3)
    • PY 101. Human Relations (3)
    • SY 100. Principles of Sociology (3)
    C. Six semester hours from the following:
    • EC 201. Principles of Microeconomics (3)
    • EC 202. Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
    V. Computer Information Systems: 3 hours
    A. Three semester hours from the following:
    • CS 205. Microcomputer Applications (3)
      OR
    • CS 210. Introduction to CIS (3)
    VI. UWA Experience: 2 hours
    A. Two semester hours from the following:
    • UWA 101. Freshman Seminar (2)
    Engineering Technology Major Degree Component: 55 hours
    • CS 280. Network Communication (3)
    • CS 300. Programming I (3)
    • CS 381. Network Administration I (3)
    • TY 101. Introduction to Engineering Technology (1)
    • TY 221. AC/DC Theory I (3)
    • TY 222. Solid State Electronics (3)
    • TY 230. Basic Blueprint Reading and CAD (3)
    • TY 240. Fluid Power (3)
    • TY 271. Electrical Motor Controls (3)
    • TY 272. Electromechanical Controls (3)
    • TY 281. Programmable Logic Controls I (3)
    • TY 282. Programmable Logic Controls II (3)
    • TY 300. Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering Technology (3)
    • TY 320. Applied Statics (3)
    • TY 322. Fundamentals of Production Planning and Control (3)
    • TY 334. Computer-Aided Drafting/Design I (3)
    • TY 335. Computer-Aided Drafting/Design II (3)
    • TY 338. Geospatial Information Systems (3)
    • TY 490. Engineering Technology Project Survey (1)
    • TY 491. Engineering Technology Project (2)
    CIS/Technology Electives: 12 hours

    Select four (4) courses from the following:
    • CS 382. Network Administration II (3)
    • TY 330. Applied Strength of Material (3)
    • TY 351. Advanced Occupational Safety and Health (3)
    • TY 352. Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (3)
    • TY 383. Microprocessors/Microcontroller Programming (3)
    • TY 339. Geospatial Information Systems II (3)
    • TY 420. Applied Heat Transfer (3)
    • TY 438. Geospatial Information Systems III (3)
    • TY 440. Applied Dynamics (3)
    • TY 453. Statistical Quality Control (3)
    • TY 460. Technology Internship (3)