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CET 280 - Plane Surveying

Field and office procedures necessary for measuring distances, elevations, horizontal and vertical angles. Boundary and area calculations and basic construction applications of survey procedures. Care and use of survey instruments. Two hours lecture and three hours lab.
3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: MAT 130 and ITD 107
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CET 284 - Sustainable Design and Construction

Introduction to principles of sustainable design and construction of residential and commercial facilities. Topics include green building fundamentals and certifications, landscaping, energy, materials, indoor environmental quality, and economics.
3 Credit Hours
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CET 330 - Water Quality Technology

The course of study includes fundamental design and operation of water treatment and reclamation systems. Topics include analyses of water and wastewater characteristics, system design conforming to regulatory requirements, and related chemical, biological, and hydraulics concepts.
3 Credit Hours
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CET 331 - Water Quality Technology II

A continuation of CET 330 and includes fundamental design and operation of water treatment and reclamation systems. Topics include analyses of water characteristics, system design, and related chemical, biological, and hydraulics concepts.
3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: CET 330
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CET 342 - Air Quality Technology

Ecosystem air chemistry and dynamics are stressed. The impacts of natural and human-derived pollution, both indoor and outdoor, are studied. The impact of regulations upon industrial production is also addressed.
3 Credit Hours
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CET 353 - Solid and Hazardous Waste Management

Generation and remediation of solid and hazardous wastes are examined. Transportation and recycling within legislative guidelines are studied. Waste management planning, recycling technologies and risk assessment are also included. The course scope includes municipal, industrial and forest/agricultural solid waste generation.
3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: ENT 286
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CET 385 - Construction Estimating I

Basic estimating procedures relating to quantity surveying, earthwork computations, and cost of labor and materials. CPM determinations of project durations and resources required for construction.
3 Credit Hours
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CET 480 - Constructions Planning and Management

Project management including planning, scheduling, supervision and emphasis on contracts and specifications.
3 Credit Hours
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CET 555 - Environmental Regulatory Affairs

Laws and regulations pertinent to the management of water and wastewater, hazardous and toxic wastes, air contaminants, underground storage tanks and other timely environmental issues are studied. General legal concepts, the relationships among industries and local, state, and federal agencies, environmental audits and community right-to-know requirements are among the topics included.
3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: CET 331, 342 and 353
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CET 585 - Remediation Technology

Study includes process design and operations for biological and physical/chemical systems used to remove organic and inorganic contaminants from soil and groundwater.
3 Credit Hours
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CHE 111 - Essentials of Chemistry and Biochemistry

A course that covers the essentials of general chemistry, organic chemistry and biochemistry. Three hours of lecture, 2 hours of recitation, and 2 hours of laboratory work per week. Not applicable to major or minor. Math ACT score of at least 20 or MAT 105 (or the equivalent) is strongly advised. Credit for only one of the following can count toward graduation: CHE 106, CHE 111, or CHE 210
5 Credit Hours

ENG 324 - Technical Writing

Theory of and practice in the writing of technical documents for industry and technology, with a focus on document design, usability, and writing for a non-technical audience. Students will apply effective rhetorical strategies to letters, instructions and procedures, proposals, and reports.
3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: ENG 105 or 150, or the equivalent

ENT 099 - Freshman Orientation

Meetings with advisors, department personnel, service areas, and campus field trips comprise the main involvement. Availability of university resources is stressed with emphasis on personal needs. Only one freshman orientation course will count toward graduation. Graded pass/fail.
1 Credit Hour
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ENT 286 - Introduction to Environmental Engineering Technology

An introduction to air and water pollution control, water and wastewater treatment, steam and groundwater hydrology, energy and resource demands. Included are discussion of ecological bases of water and air treatment systems, data and analyses, and statistical and computational techniques.
3 Credit Hours
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ENT 287 - Statics for Technology

A course covering the branch of mechanics which deals with the effects of forces acting on a body at rest. The course deals with the graphical and analytical study of force systems in equilibrium. This entails an understanding of applied and frictional forces, centers of gravity, and vectors.
3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: MAT 130, PHY 130 and 131
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ENT 358 - Mechanical and Electrical Systems

A study of mechanical and electrical systems in buildings including air conditioning, heating, plumbing, fire protection, electrical power and lighting.
3 Credit Hours
Prerequisites: PHY 132/133 (or PHY 255/256) and junior standing

ENT 382 - Hydraulics

The principles of fluid statics, dynamics and kinematics are addressed. Included are studies relating to fundamental laws for fluid motion in the form of Euler¿s Bernoulli¿s, impulse-momentum, and work-energy relationships. Also studied are resistance to flow, flow measurement, pumping equipment, and an introduction to compressible flow.
4 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: MAT 130 or 150
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ENT 393 - Engineering Economy

Economic evaluation and financial analysis of engineering systems alternatives to optimize the engineering decision process.
3 Credit Hours
Prerequisites: MAT 230
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ENT 400 - Energy Management

Development, distribution, use, and conservation of energy resources relative to societal applications are examined. Heat transfer within manufacturing and energy production systems and options for increasing thermodynamic and economic efficiencies are studied.
3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: MAT 230
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ENT 419 - Senior Project

A project-oriented study of actual manufacturing problems from area industry. The student will be given valuable industrial experience before leaving school. This course requires that students be able to apply all previously acquired knowledge in obtaining a viable solution to their projects.
3 Credit Hours
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IET 399 - Professional Development Seminar I

Seminar for students of industry and technology programs, focusing on the job search process, employment opportunities, and related problems. Recommended for students in the sophomore or junior year. Graded pass/fail.
1 Hours
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IET 488 - Professional Internship I

A meaningful, planned, and evaluated work experience related to the career and educational objectives of the student for which he/she may receive academic credit and possible financial remuneration. May be repeated for a maximum of six hours from any 488/489 courses. Graded pass/fail. Prerequisite: consent of instructor
3 Credit Hours

ITD 107 - Introduction to CAD/Technical Drawing

A survey course in conventional and computer aided drafting theory and practice. The application of design principles, multi-view drawing techniques and precision use of conventional drafting equipment will be complemented by an introduction to computer aided drawing software, including setting up, drawing, editing, saving and plotting drawings. Does not apply towards a major in drafting and design. Lecture and laboratory-six contact hours.
4 Credit Hours
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