Curriculum

Curriculum is based on the 2020-21 Undergraduate Bulletin. Download a PDF copy of the curriculum.

Electromechanical Eng. Technology Curriculum

University Studies (43-47 total hours)

  • Oral and Written Communication
    • COM 161 - Introduction to Public Speaking (3 credit hours)
    • ENG 105 - Critical Reading, Writing, and Inquiry (4 credit hours)
  • Global Awareness, Cultural Diversity and the World's Artistic Traditions
    Any Course in Category (3 credit hours)
  • Scientific Inquiry, Methodologies and Quantitative Skills
    • PHY 130/131 General Physics I/Lab (4 credit hours) OR PHY 235/236 Mechanics. Heat. and Wave Motion/Lab (5 credit hours)
      Coreq: MAT 250
    • MAT 130 - Technical Math I (5 credit hours)
      Prereq: ACT math score of at least 21 or MAT 105 OR 
      MAT 150 - Algebra (5 credit hours)
      Prereq: ACT math score of at least 23
    • MAT 330 - Technical Math III (3 credit hours)
      Prereq: MAT 230 OR
      MAT 308 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry II (3 credit hours)
      Prereq: MAT 250
  • Social and Self-awareness and Responsible Citizenship
    • Any Course in Category of Ethics, Responsibility and Civic Engagement
    • ECO 230 - Principles of Macroeconomics
      Prereqs: MAT 117, 120, 140, or 150; or ACT 23
  • World's Historical, Literary and Philosophical Traditions
    • CIV 201 - World Civilization and Cultures I (3 credit hours) OR CIV 202 - World Civilizations and Cultures II (3 credit hours)
    • HUM 211 - Western Humanities Tradition (3 credit hours)
  • University Studies Electives
    • MAT 230 - Technical Math II (5 credit hours)
      Prereq: MAT 130 OR
      MAT 230 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I (5 credit hours)
      Prereq: ACT 26, MAT 150 or MAT 140 and 145
    • PHY 132/133 - General Physics II/Lab (4 credit hours)
      Prereq: PHY 130/131 OR
      PHY 255/256 - Electricity, Magnetism and Light/Lab (5 credit hours)
      Prereq: PHY 235/236; Coreq MAT 308

Core Courses  (62 total hours)

  • CET 298 - Strength of Materials (3 credit hours)
    Prereqs: ENT 287 and MAT 230
  • EMT 201 - Engineering Technology Simulation (3 credit hours)
    Prereq: MAT 130 or MAT 150
  • EMT 202 - Engineering Technology Analysis (3 credit hours)
    Prereq: EMT 201, MAT 230 (or MAT 250), PHY 130/131 (or PHY 235/236)
  • EMT 261 - Introduction to Fluid Power Systems (3 credit hours)  
    Prereq: MAT 130, Coreq: EMT 262
  • EMT 262 - Introduction to Fluid Power Systems Lab (1 credit hour)
    Prereq: MAT 130; Coreq: EMT 261
  • EMT 310 - Programmable Logic Controllers (4 credit hours)
    Prereqs: CSC 232 and TSM 241
  • EMT 312 - Industrial Instrumentation (4 credit hours)
    Prereqs: EMT 310, TSM 210 and MAT 230 or equivalent
  • EMT 355 - Electrical Machinery and Control (4 credit hours)
    Prereq: ENT 351
  • EMT 455 - Manufacturing Control Systems (4 credit hours) 
    Prereqs: EMT 310 and 312
  • EMT 461 - Introduction to Motion Controls (4 credit hours)
    Prereqs: EMT 261, 262, 310, 312, ENT 365 and MAT 230 or MAT 250
  • ENT 287 - Statics for Technology (3 credit hours)
    Prereqs: MAT 130 and PHY 130/131
  • ENT 351 - Industrial and Commercial Power Distribution (3 credit hours)
    Prereq: TSM 110
  • ENT 358 - Mechanical and Electrical Systems (3 credit hours)
    Prereq: PHY 132/133 or PHY 255/256
  • ENT 365 - Dynamics for Technology (3 credit hours)
    Prereqs: EMT 202, EMT 261/262, ENT 287, TSM 210; Coreq: MAT 330 (or MAT 308)
  • ENT 393 - Engineering Economy (4 credit hours)
    Prereq: MAT 230
  • TSM 110 - Electrical Systems (4 credit hours)
    Prereqs: MAT 130 or 150
  • TSM 210 - Electrical Systems II (4 credit hours)
    Prereq: TSM 110
  • TSM 232 - Operating Systems (3 credit hours)
  • TSM 241 - Network Essentials and Hardware (3 credit hours)
    Prereq: TSM 233 or TSM 232

Support Courses (17 total hours)

  • ENG 324 - Technical Writing (3 credit hours)
    Prereq: ENG 105
  • ENT 099 - Freshman Orientation (1 credit hour)
  • IET 399 - Professional Development Seminar I (1 credit hour)
  • IET 488 - Cooperative Education/Internship
  • ITD 102 - CAD Applications (3 credit hours)
  • Technical Electives (6 credit hours)

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