Recommended Academic Plan for Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology (EMET) at Altoona (beginning before fall 2018)

Semester 1

3
MATH 081 (GQ) Technical Mathematics INotes for: MATH 081

MATH 081

High school graduates who test into technical mathematics: Math 81, 82, 83, 210 and 211. Additionally, Math 40 or Math 22 and Math 26 may be used to substitute for Math 81 and 82. High school graduates who test into calculus: Math 83, 210 and 211 or Math 140, 141, and 250. Students who complete either of these sequences to fulfill the math requirements will need to complete additional technical elective credits. Please see an advisor for more information. Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)Notes for: Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)

Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
or Humanities Course (GH)Notes for: Humanities Course (GH)

Humanities Course (GH)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
or Arts Course (GA)Notes for: Arts Course (GA)

Arts Course (GA)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
3
EET 105 Electrical SystemsNotes for: EET 105 Electrical Systems

EET 105 Electrical Systems

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
3
IET 101 Manufacturing Materials, Processes, and LaboratoryNotes for: IET 101 Manufacturing Materials, Processes, and Laboratory

IET 101 Manufacturing Materials, Processes, and Laboratory

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
3
Total credits 15

Semester 2

MATH 082 (GQ) Technical Mathematics IINotes for: MATH 082 (GQ) Technical Mathematics II

MATH 082 (GQ) Technical Mathematics II

High school graduates who test into technical mathematics: Math 81, 82, 83, 210 and 211. Additionally, Math 40 or Math 22 and Math 26 may be used to substitute for Math 81 and 82. High school graduates who test into calculus: Math 83, 210 and 211 or Math 140, 141, and 250. Students who complete either of these sequences to fulfill the math requirements will need to complete additional technical elective credits. Please see an advisor for more information. Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
MCH T 111 Mechanics for Technology: StaticsNotes for: MCH T 111

MCH T 111

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
CMPET 117 Digital ElectronicsNotes for: CMPET 117

CMPET 117

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
CMPET 120 Digital Electronics LaboratoryNotes for: CMPET 120

CMPET 120

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
1
3
Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)Notes for: Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)

Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
or Humanities Course (GH)Notes for: Humanities Course (GH)

Humanities Course (GH)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
or Arts Course (GA)Notes for: Arts Course (GA)

Arts Course (GA)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
3
Total credits 16

Semester 3

MATH 083 (GQ) Technical CalculusNotes for: MATH 083

MATH 083

High school graduates who test into technical mathematics: Math 81, 82, 83, 210 and 211. Additionally, Math 40 or Math 22 and Math 26 may be used to substitute for Math 81 and 82. High school graduates who test into calculus: Math 83, 210 and 211 or Math 140, 141, and 250. Students who complete either of these sequences to fulfill the math requirements will need to complete additional technical elective credits. Please see an advisor for more information. Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
4
EG T 114 Spatial Analysis and Computer-Aided DraftingNotes for: EG T 114 Spatial Analysis and Computer-Aided Drafting

EG T 114 Spatial Analysis and Computer-Aided Drafting

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
2
EET 114 Electrical Circuits IINotes for: EE T 114

EE T 114

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
4
EET 118 Electrical Circuits LaboratoryNotes for: EE T 118

EE T 118

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
1
EMET 222 Mechanics for TechnologyNotes for: EMET 222

EMET 222

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
4
MCH T 214 Strength and Properties of Materials LaboratoryNotes for: MCH T 214 Strength and Properties of Materials Laboratory

MCH T 214 Strength and Properties of Materials Laboratory

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
1
Total credits 16

Semester 4

MATH 210 (GQ) Calculus with Engineering Technology ApplicationsNotes for: MATH 210

MATH 210

High school graduates who test into technical mathematics: Math 81, 82, 83, 210 and 211. Additionally, Math 40 or Math 22 and Math 26 may be used to substitute for Math 81 and 82. High school graduates who test into calculus: Math 83, 210 and 211 or Math 140, 141, and 250. Students who complete either of these sequences to fulfill the math requirements will need to complete additional technical elective credits. Please see an advisor for more information. Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
Natural Sciences Course (GN)Notes for: Natural Sciences Course (GN)

Natural Sciences Course (GN)

Students are required to complete nine credits of science. At least two courses from the following list must be completed: PHYS 150 GN(3) or PHYS 211 GN(4) or PHYS 250 GN(4); PHYS 151 GN(3) or PHYS 212 GN(4) or PHYS 251 GN(4); CHEM 110 GN(3) and CHEM 111 GN(1); Students may complete no more than one selection from the following. (If the student completes three selections from the first list, no additional courses are required): BIOL 011 GN(3) and BIOL 012 GN(1); BIOL 110 GN(4); BIOL 141 GN(3); CHEM 112 GN(3) and CHEM 113 GN(1); EGEE 101 GN(3); EGEE 102 GN(3);
3 or 4
EET 212W Op Amp and Integrated Circuit ElectronicsNotes for: EET 212W

EET 212W

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months. W is the code used to designate courses that satisfy University Writing Across the Curriculum requirements.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
4
IET 215 Production DesignNotes for: IET 215 Production Design

IET 215 Production Design

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
2
IET 216 Production Design LaboratoryNotes for: IET 216 Production Design Laboratory

IET 216 Production Design Laboratory

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
2
EET 275 Introduction to Programmable Logic ControlsNotes for: EET 275 Introduction to Programmable Logic Controls

EET 275 Introduction to Programmable Logic Controls

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
3
Total credits 17 or 18

Semester 5

EMET 230 Computerized I/O SystemsNotes for: EMET 230 Computerized I/O Systems

EMET 230 Computerized I/O Systems

Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
CMPET 211 Embedded Processors and DSPNotes for: CMPET 211 Embedded Processors and DSP

CMPET 211 Embedded Processors and DSP

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
3
MATH 211 (GQ) Intermediate Calculus and Differential Equations with ApplicationsNotes for: MATH 211 (GQ) Intermediate Calculus and Differential Equations with Applications

MATH 211 (GQ) Intermediate Calculus and Differential Equations with Applications

High school graduates who test into technical mathematics: Math 81, 82, 83, 210 and 211. Additionally, Math 40 or Math 22 and Math 26 may be used to substitute for Math 81 and 82. High school graduates who test into calculus: Math 83, 210 and 211 or Math 140, 141, and 250. Students who complete either of these sequences to fulfill the math requirements will need to complete additional technical elective credits. Please see an advisor for more information. Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
3
Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)Notes for: Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)

Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
or Humanities Course (GH)Notes for: Humanities Course (GH)

Humanities Course (GH)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
or Arts Course (GA)Notes for: Arts Course (GA)

Arts Course (GA)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
3
Natural Sciences Course (GN)Notes for: Natural Sciences Course (GN)

Natural Sciences Course (GN)

Students are required to complete nine credits of science. At least two courses from the following list must be completed: PHYS 150 GN(3) or PHYS 211 GN(4) or PHYS 250 GN(4); PHYS 151 GN(3) or PHYS 212 GN(4) or PHYS 251 GN(4); CHEM 110 GN(3) and CHEM 111 GN(1); Students may complete no more than one selection from the following. (If the student completes three selections from the first list, no additional courses are required): BIOL 011 GN(3) and BIOL 012 GN(1); BIOL 110 GN(4); BIOL 141 GN(3); CHEM 112 GN(3) and CHEM 113 GN(1); EGEE 101 GN(3); EGEE 102 GN(3);
3 or 4
Total credits 18 or 19

Semester 6

EMET 330 Measurement Theory and InstrumentationNotes for: EMET 330

EMET 330

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Requirements for this course
  • * Course requires a grade of 'C' of better.*
3
EMET 325 Electric DrivesNotes for: EMET 325 Electric Drives

EMET 325 Electric Drives

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
3
EMET 326 Mechanical DrivesNotes for: EMET 326 Mechanical Drives

EMET 326 Mechanical Drives

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
3
Natural Sciences Course (GN)Notes for: Natural Sciences Course (GN)

Natural Sciences Course (GN)

Students are required to complete nine credits of science. At least two courses from the following list must be completed: PHYS 150 GN(3) or PHYS 211 GN(4) or PHYS 250 GN(4); PHYS 151 GN(3) or PHYS 212 GN(4) or PHYS 251 GN(4); CHEM 110 GN(3) and CHEM 111 GN(1); Students may complete no more than one selection from the following. (If the student completes three selections from the first list, no additional courses are required): BIOL 011 GN(3) and BIOL 012 GN(1); BIOL 110 GN(4); BIOL 141 GN(3); CHEM 112 GN(3) and CHEM 113 GN(1); EGEE 101 GN(3); EGEE 102 GN(3);
3 or 4
3
3
Total credits 18 or 19

Semester 7

EMET 405 Fluid Mechanics and Heat TransferNotes for: EMET 405 Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer

EMET 405 Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
3
EMET 410 Automated Control SystemsNotes for: EMET 410 Automated Control Systems

EMET 410 Automated Control Systems

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
4
Technical Elective

Technical Elective

3
IET 333 Engineering Economics for TechnologistsNotes for: IET 333 Engineering Economics for Technologists

IET 333 Engineering Economics for Technologists

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
2
Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)Notes for: Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)

Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
or Humanities Course (GH)Notes for: Humanities Course (GH)

Humanities Course (GH)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
or Arts Course (GA)Notes for: Arts Course (GA)

Arts Course (GA)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
3
EMET 403 Electromechanical Design Project PreparationNotes for: EMET 403 Electromechanical Design Project Preparation

EMET 403 Electromechanical Design Project Preparation

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
1
Total credits 16

Semester 8

EMET 350 Quality Control, Inspection, and DesignNotes for: EMET 350 Quality Control, Inspection, and Design

EMET 350 Quality Control, Inspection, and Design

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
3
EMET 440 Electro-Mechanical Project DesignNotes for: EMET 440 Electro-Mechanical Project Design

EMET 440 Electro-Mechanical Project Design

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
3
Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)Notes for: Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)

Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
or Humanities Course (GH)Notes for: Humanities Course (GH)

Humanities Course (GH)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
or Arts Course (GA)Notes for: Arts Course (GA)

Arts Course (GA)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
3
Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)Notes for: Social and Behavioral Sciences (GS)

Social and Behavioral Sciences (GS)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
or Humanities Course (GH)Notes for: Humanities Course (GH)

Humanities Course (GH)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
or Arts Course (GA)Notes for: Arts Course (GA)

Arts Course (GA)

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
3
Technical Elective

Technical Elective

3
Total credits 15

Additional Notes

Sequential Nature of the Program:

Courses offered during each semester of the EMET program generally build upon material taught in previous semesters.  Many courses have prerequisites listed in the Undergraduate Degree Programs Bulletin.  Therefore, if a student fails to take a course during the targeted semester, he/she may be unable to schedule courses in subsequent semesters as well.  The end result may be a degree program that extends beyond the traditional four years. 

 

Note 1: Math Sequence

High school graduates who test into technical mathematics: Math 81, 82, 83, 210 and 211.  Additionally, Math 40 or Math 22 and Math 26 may be used to substitute for Math 81 and 82. 

High school graduates who test into calculus: Math 83, 210 and 211 or Math 140, 141, and 250.  Students who complete either of these sequences to fulfill the math requirements will need to complete additional technical elective credits.  Please see an advisor for more information.

 

Note 2: Science Courses

Students are required to complete nine credits of science.  At least two courses from the following list must be completed:

  • PHYS 150 GN(3) or PHYS 211 GN(4) or PHYS 250 GN(4);
  • PHYS 151 GN(3) or PHYS 212 GN(4) or PHYS 251 GN(4);
  • CHEM 110 GN(3) and CHEM 111 GN(1);

Students may complete no more than one selection from the following.  (If the student completes three selections from the first list, no additional courses are required):

  • BIOL 011 GN(3) and BIOL 012 GN(1);
  • BIOL 110 GN(4);
  • BIOL 141 GN(3);
  • CHEM 112 GN(3) and CHEM 113 GN(1);
  • EGEE 101 GN(3);
  • EGEE 102 GN(3);

 

Note 3: US/IL Requirements for GS/GH/GA Courses

Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas:  Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA).  Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements.  If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both.  Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)

 

Note 4:  Courses taught only one semester per year

Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year.  In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.

 

Note 5: Writing Intensive Course

W is the code used to designate courses that satisfy University Writing Across the Curriculum requirements.

 

Note 6: Technical Elective Courses

Approved technical elective courses are:

  • CMPSC 121 – Intro to Programming Techniques

  • CMPSC 201 – Programming for Engineers with C++

  • EGT 201 – Advanced Computer Aided Drafting

  • EMET 402 – Fundamental of Engineering Review

  • EMET 430 – Programmable Logic Controllers II

  • EMET 495 – Internship

  • EMET 496 – Independent Studies

  • EMET 497 – Special Topics

  • ENTR 300 – Principles of Entrepreneurship (pre-req ACCTG 211, ECON 102)

  • IST 402 – Emerging Issues and Technologies (pre-req IST 210, 220)

  • IST 432 – Legal and Regulatory Environment of Information Science & Technology (pre-req IST 301 or SRA 231)

  • MATH 220 – Matrices

  • MATH 230 – Calculus & Vector Calculus

  • MATH 231 – Calculus of Several Variables

  • ME 300 – Engineering Thermodynamics

  • MGMT 301 – Basic Management Concepts  (pre-req ENGL 015, ECON 102 or 104, MATH 021)

  • MKTG 301 – Principles of Marketing (pre-req ENGL 015, ECON 102 or 104, MATH 021)

  • STAT 200 – Elementary Statistics

  • Other courses may be accepted toward technical elective credits.  Please check with your advisor for more information.

Legend

# Course is an Entrance-to-Major requirement.
* Course requires a grade of 'C' or better.
† Course satisfies General Education and degree requirements.

Footnotes

MATH 081
High school graduates who test into technical mathematics: Math 81, 82, 83, 210 and 211. Additionally, Math 40 or Math 22 and Math 26 may be used to substitute for Math 81 and 82. High school graduates who test into calculus: Math 83, 210 and 211 or Math 140, 141, and 250. Students who complete either of these sequences to fulfill the math requirements will need to complete additional technical elective credits. Please see an advisor for more information. Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
Humanities Course (GH)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
Arts Course (GA)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
EET 105 Electrical Systems
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
IET 101 Manufacturing Materials, Processes, and Laboratory
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
MATH 082 (GQ) Technical Mathematics II
High school graduates who test into technical mathematics: Math 81, 82, 83, 210 and 211. Additionally, Math 40 or Math 22 and Math 26 may be used to substitute for Math 81 and 82. High school graduates who test into calculus: Math 83, 210 and 211 or Math 140, 141, and 250. Students who complete either of these sequences to fulfill the math requirements will need to complete additional technical elective credits. Please see an advisor for more information. Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
MCH T 111
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
CMPET 117
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
CMPET 120
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
Humanities Course (GH)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
Arts Course (GA)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
MATH 083
High school graduates who test into technical mathematics: Math 81, 82, 83, 210 and 211. Additionally, Math 40 or Math 22 and Math 26 may be used to substitute for Math 81 and 82. High school graduates who test into calculus: Math 83, 210 and 211 or Math 140, 141, and 250. Students who complete either of these sequences to fulfill the math requirements will need to complete additional technical elective credits. Please see an advisor for more information. Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
EG T 114 Spatial Analysis and Computer-Aided Drafting
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
EE T 114
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
EE T 118
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
EMET 222
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
MCH T 214 Strength and Properties of Materials Laboratory
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
MATH 210
High school graduates who test into technical mathematics: Math 81, 82, 83, 210 and 211. Additionally, Math 40 or Math 22 and Math 26 may be used to substitute for Math 81 and 82. High school graduates who test into calculus: Math 83, 210 and 211 or Math 140, 141, and 250. Students who complete either of these sequences to fulfill the math requirements will need to complete additional technical elective credits. Please see an advisor for more information. Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Natural Sciences Course (GN)
Students are required to complete nine credits of science. At least two courses from the following list must be completed: PHYS 150 GN(3) or PHYS 211 GN(4) or PHYS 250 GN(4); PHYS 151 GN(3) or PHYS 212 GN(4) or PHYS 251 GN(4); CHEM 110 GN(3) and CHEM 111 GN(1); Students may complete no more than one selection from the following. (If the student completes three selections from the first list, no additional courses are required): BIOL 011 GN(3) and BIOL 012 GN(1); BIOL 110 GN(4); BIOL 141 GN(3); CHEM 112 GN(3) and CHEM 113 GN(1); EGEE 101 GN(3); EGEE 102 GN(3);
EET 212W
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months. W is the code used to designate courses that satisfy University Writing Across the Curriculum requirements.
IET 215 Production Design
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
IET 216 Production Design Laboratory
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
EET 275 Introduction to Programmable Logic Controls
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
CMPET 211 Embedded Processors and DSP
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
MATH 211 (GQ) Intermediate Calculus and Differential Equations with Applications
High school graduates who test into technical mathematics: Math 81, 82, 83, 210 and 211. Additionally, Math 40 or Math 22 and Math 26 may be used to substitute for Math 81 and 82. High school graduates who test into calculus: Math 83, 210 and 211 or Math 140, 141, and 250. Students who complete either of these sequences to fulfill the math requirements will need to complete additional technical elective credits. Please see an advisor for more information. Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
Humanities Course (GH)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
Arts Course (GA)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
Natural Sciences Course (GN)
Students are required to complete nine credits of science. At least two courses from the following list must be completed: PHYS 150 GN(3) or PHYS 211 GN(4) or PHYS 250 GN(4); PHYS 151 GN(3) or PHYS 212 GN(4) or PHYS 251 GN(4); CHEM 110 GN(3) and CHEM 111 GN(1); Students may complete no more than one selection from the following. (If the student completes three selections from the first list, no additional courses are required): BIOL 011 GN(3) and BIOL 012 GN(1); BIOL 110 GN(4); BIOL 141 GN(3); CHEM 112 GN(3) and CHEM 113 GN(1); EGEE 101 GN(3); EGEE 102 GN(3);
EMET 330
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
EMET 325 Electric Drives
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
EMET 326 Mechanical Drives
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Natural Sciences Course (GN)
Students are required to complete nine credits of science. At least two courses from the following list must be completed: PHYS 150 GN(3) or PHYS 211 GN(4) or PHYS 250 GN(4); PHYS 151 GN(3) or PHYS 212 GN(4) or PHYS 251 GN(4); CHEM 110 GN(3) and CHEM 111 GN(1); Students may complete no more than one selection from the following. (If the student completes three selections from the first list, no additional courses are required): BIOL 011 GN(3) and BIOL 012 GN(1); BIOL 110 GN(4); BIOL 141 GN(3); CHEM 112 GN(3) and CHEM 113 GN(1); EGEE 101 GN(3); EGEE 102 GN(3);
EMET 405 Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
EMET 410 Automated Control Systems
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
IET 333 Engineering Economics for Technologists
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
Humanities Course (GH)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
Arts Course (GA)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
EMET 403 Electromechanical Design Project Preparation
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
EMET 350 Quality Control, Inspection, and Design
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
EMET 440 Electro-Mechanical Project Design
Due to limited faculty resources, several program courses are only offered during one semester of the year. In addition, EMET courses are not traditionally offered during the summer months.
Social and Behavioral Sciences Course (GS)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
Humanities Course (GH)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
Arts Course (GA)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
Social and Behavioral Sciences (GS)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
Humanities Course (GH)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)
Arts Course (GA)
Baccalaureate degree students are required to complete six credits in each of three general education areas: Social Sciences (GS), Humanities (GH), and Arts (GA). Of these eighteen credits, one three-credit course in United States Cultures (US) and one three-credit course in International Cultures (IL) must be taken to satisfy general education requirements. If a course is identified as both US and IL, it will have the USI designation and can be substituted for either the US or the IL; but not both. Additionally, students must select three credits of GH or GS from the following courses: STS 200 (GS), STS 233 (GH), or STS 245 (GS,IL)