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Department of Applied Engineering and Technology Course Catalog



Integrated Computer Technical Concentration

A minimum of 15 semester hours of course work may include study in the areas of programmable logic controllers, robotics with human machine interfacing, automated control through sequentiation and regulation, automatic ID, computer interfacing and data acquisition, and industrial based routing and switching telecommunications.

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Construction Technical Concentration

A minimum of 15 semester hours of course work including study in the areas of architectural drafting and blueprint reading, surveying, cost estimating, construction practices, construction materials, construction specifications, and business law.

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Digital Media Technologies Technical Concentration

A minimum of 15 semester hours of course work including study in the areas of graphic processes, image preparation, image conversion, press and bindery, computer aided drafting, and graphic arts production.

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Manufacturing Technical Concentration

A minimum of 15 semester hours of work may include study in the areas of metrology, drafting and design, CAD, CNC, metallurgy, casting, machining technology, fabrication, material handling, robotics, and automation. The concentration must include a minimum of *six hours of course work related to industrial processes.

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Alternative Energy and Sustainability Concentration

A minimum of 15 hours of course work which includes AET 3253 and 3453 and three courses selected from the following list AET 3833, 4275, 4453, and 4873. These may include study in the areas of the basics of energy sources and technology, the specifies of alternative and renewable energy and their uses, the sustainability of energy sources both traditional, alternative and renewable, and examining the trends both present and future as to energy sources, energy usage, and energy futures. Internship in an energy organization as well as a course in issues of green and sustainable construction is available.

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General Concentration

A minimum of 15 semester hours of course work from any two other concentrations. A maximum of six (6) of the required fifteen (15) hours may be met with Technical Development courses within the two concentration. Cross-listed courses will not be counted twice.