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Engineering Technology Degree

Program Entrance Term

Fall, Spring, Summer

Minimum Length of Program

5 Term(s)

Minimum Credit Hours for Graduation

68

Program Description:

The Engineering Technology Program is intended to provide the opportunity for students to explore a career in engineering at the professional level. Program graduates will receive an Associate of Applied Science degree in Engineering Technology, qualifying them as engineering technicians with a specialization in mechanical engineering technology, electrical engineering technology, or industrial engineering technology.

NOTE: A minimum 2.5 GPA required for articulation to Southern Polytechnic State University for the last two years of a four year degree.

Admission Requirements

Minimum Required Age

16

High School Diploma or GED Required

Yes

Regular Admission Only

 

Minimum Test Scores:

Test:

 ASSET

 COMPASS

 Not Required

Reading:

 

79

 

English:

 

62

 

Mathematics:

 

39

 

Algebra:

 

39

 

 

Program Courses

Credits

FIRST SEMESTER

 Hrs

SEMN 1000 - First Semester Seminar

1

ENGL 1101 - Composition and Rhetoric

3

HIST 1111 - World History I

3

OR

 

HIST 1112 - World History II

(3)

MATH 1111 - College Algebra

3

MATH 1113 - Precalculus

3

MUSC1101 - Music Appreciation

3

OR

 

ARTS 1101 - Art Appreciation

(3)

SECOND SEMESTER

Hrs

ENGL 1105 - Technical Communications

3

DFTG 2010 - Engineering Graphics

3

ENGL 1102 - Literature and Composition

3

MATH 1131 - Calculus I

4

THIRD SEMESTER

Hrs

SPCH 1101 - Public Speaking

3

PHYS 1111 Introductory Physics I

3

PHYS 1111 Introductory Physics Lab I

1

CHEM 1211 - Chemistry I

3

CHEM 1211 - Chemistry Lab I

1

Choose a Specialization

 

Electrical Engineering Specialization

 

FOURTH SEMESTER

Hrs

PHYS 1112 Introductory Physics II

3

PHYS 1112 Introductory Physics Lab II

1

MATH 1132 - Calculus II

4

ENGT 1000 - Introduction to Engineering Technology

3

ECET 1101 - Circuit Analysis

4

FIFTH SEMESTER

Hrs

ECET 1110 - Digital Systems

4

ECET 2101 - Circuit Analysis II

4

ECET 2120 - Electronic Circuits I

4

Industrial Engineering Specialization

 

FOURTH SEMESTER

Hrs

PHYS 1112 Introductory Physics II

3

PHYS 1112 Introductory Physics Lab II

1

CIST 1305 - Design & Development

3

CIST 2361 - C++ Programming I

4

ENGT 1000 - Introduction to Engineering Technology

3

MEGT 1010 - Manufacturing Processes

3

FIFTH SEMESTER

Hrs

MEGT 1321 - Machining and Welding

2

ACCT 1100 - Financial Accounting I

4

MATH 1127 - Introduction to Statistics

3

Free Electives

6

Mechanical Engineering Specialization

 

FOURTH SEMESTER

Hrs

PHYS 1112 Introductory Physics II

3

PHYS 1112 Introductory Physics Lab II

1

CIST 1305 - Design & Development

3

CIST 2361 - C++ Programming I

4

ENGT 1000 - Introduction to Engineering Technology

3

MEGT 1010 - Manufacturing Processes

3

FIFTH SEMESTER

Hrs

MEGT 1321 - Machining and Welding

2

DFTG 2020 - Visualization Graphics

3

MATH 1132 - Calculus II

4

ENGL 2130 - American Literature

3

 

 

Remarks:

If needed, developmental courses should be completed during the first semester.

SUGGESTED ELECTIVES FOR ASSOCIATE DEGREE PROGRAMS

 

AREA I

 

LANGUAGE ARTS/COMMUNICATION

 

**Successful completion of ENGL 1101 is required

Courses may be taken from the following Academic Fields:

English Composition

Foreign Languages

Communication/Speech

AREA II

 

SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

 

**Successful completion of a Social/Behavioral Sciences is required

Courses may be taken from the following Academic Fields:

Economics

Political Science

Ethnology/Ethnic Studies

Psychology

History

Sociology

AREA III

 

NATURAL SCIENCES/MATHEMATICS

**Successful completion of:

MATH 1100, MATH 1101, or MATH 1111 is required

Courses may be taken from the following Academic Fields:

Astronomy

Physics

Biology

Mathematics

Chemistry

Computer Science

AREA IV

 

HUMANITIES/FINE ARTS

 

Courses may be taken from the following Academic Fields:

Art Appreciation

Music Appreciation

Theater Appreciation

Humanities

American Literature

English Literature

Film Studies & Criticism

***ANY COURSE LISTED ABOVE CAN BE USED AS A GENERAL CORE ELECTIVE

 

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