Student Learning Outcomes
- be able to design and conduct experiments and analyze and interpret data.
- be able to apply knowledge and skills learned in mathematics, science, and engineering to solve problems related to engineering and other fields.
- be able to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs while meeting economic, political, ethical, health and safety, environmental, manufacturability, and sustainability constraints.
- be adaptable problem solvers and critical thinkers with strong oral and written communication skills.
- be able to work both independently and in team environments.
- be life-long and self-directed learners.
Requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology
& ENGL 1102
and Composition II
|MATH 1113||Precalculus 1||3|
|or MATH 2261||Analytic Geometry and Calculus I|
|Area B (See VSU Core Curriculum)||4|
|Area C (See VSU Core Curriculum)||6|
|Area D 1||11|
|MATH 2261||Analytic Geometry and Calculus I||4|
|or MATH 2262||Analytic Geometry and Calculus II|
|Select 2 of the following courses (students are advised to take PHYS 2211K and PHYS 2212K)||8|
|Principles of Biology I|
and Principles of Biology Laboratory I
|Principles of Biology II|
and Principles of Biology Laboratory II
|Principles of Chemistry I|
and Principles of Chemistry Laboratory I
|Principles of Chemistry II|
and Principles of Chemistry Laboratory II
|Principles of Physics I|
|Principles of Physics II|
|Area E (See VSU Core Curriculum)||12|
|"Spillover" hours from Areas A and/or D||1-2|
|ENGT 2010||Introduction to Engineering Technology||3|
|ENGT 2500||Engineering Graphics for Design||3|
|Principles of Chemistry I|
and Principles of Chemistry Laboratory I (if not taken in Area D)
|CS 1340||Computing for Scientists 2||3|
|or CS 1301||Principles of Programming I|
|MATH 2262||Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (if not taken in Area D) or ENGT 2110)||4 or 3|
|Senior College Curriculum||60|
|Major Area Courses||27-30|
|MATH 2262||Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (if not taken in Area D)||4|
|ENGT 2510||Statistics in Engineering Technology||3|
|ENGT 2520||Engineering Economics||3|
|ENGL 3020||Technical Writing and Editing||3|
|ENGT 3510||Advanced Statistics in Engineering Technology||3|
|ENGT 3520||Industrial Safety Engineering||3|
|ENGT 4530 Introduction to Manufacturing Systems||3|
|ENGT 4510||Basic Electricity and Electronics||3|
|ENGT 4520||Applied Thermodynamics||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Technical Project Proposal|
and Technical Project Lab
|Directed Study in Engineering Technology|
|ENGT 3100||Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing||3|
|ENGT 3120||Plant Layout and Material Handling||3|
|ENGT 3130||Industrial Cost Control||3|
|ENGT 3140||Simulation Modeling of Industrial Systems||3|
|ENGT 3150||Supply Chain and Logistics Concepts||3|
|ENGT 3500||Engineering Graphics for Design II||3|
|ENGT 4100||Motion and Time Study||3|
|ENGT 4110 Industrial Automation||3|
|ENGT 4120||Project Management||3|
|Total hours required for the degree||120|
"Spillover" hour will be counted in Area F.
A maximum of 3 additional hours of ENGT 4950 or ENGT 4500/ENGT 4550 may be counted here. The extra hour from CS 1301, if taken in Area F, will be counted here.