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Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Major:  Engineering Technology
Concentration:  Electrical

Program Educational Objectives, Program Outcomes, IEEE Code of Ethics, and Timeline for Assessment and Evaluation

Degree Requirements (All concentrations)

1.    B.S. Core requirements include MATH 1530 Statistics, PHYS 2010/2011 and 2020/2021 College Physics w/lab.  Also includes required courses in communications, writing, public speaking, history, humanities, and social sciences (see APSU bulletin for details).  First time freshmen must also take APSU 1000 (1 credit hour).  Physics will meet core requirement in science.

2.    Two math courses covering algebra, trigonometry and basic calculus:
       a.  ENGT 1200 Applied Math in Eng. Tech or MATH 1730 Pre-calculus.
       b.  ENGL 1400 Applied Calculus in Eng. Tech or MATH 1810 Elements of Calculus.

3.    Engineering Technology core:  1000, 1020, 2010, 2020, 2030, 2730, 3000, 3010, 3020, 3030, 3040, and 3050.

Curriculum Outline (125)

General Education Core (44)

APSU 1000
COMM 1010
ENGL 1010
ENGL 1020
ENGL 2030
Humanities
Humanities
Social Science
Social Science
PHYS 2010
PHYS 2020
MATH 1530
HIST 2010 & 2020
OR
HIST 1210 & 1220

Liberal Arts in University Life (1)
Funds of Public Speaking (3)
English Composition I (3)
English Composition II (3)
Traditions in World Literature (3)
ART, MUS, THEA or PHIL (3)
ART, MUS, THEA or PHIL (3)
See Bulletin (3)
See Bulletin (3)
College Physics with lab (5)  
College Physics with lab (5)  
Elements of Statistics (3)
American History I & II (6)

World History I & II (6)

 

 

Engineering Technology Required Courses (45)

ENGT 1000
ENGT 1020
ENGT 2000
ENGT 2010
ENGT 2020
ENGT 2030
ENGT 2730
ENGT 3000
ENGT 3010
ENGT 3020
ENGT 3030
ENGT 3040
ENGT 3050
MATH 1730 or
ENGT 1200
MATH 1810 or
 ENGT 1400

Intro. to Engineering and Engineering Technology (3)
Computer Aided Drafting and Design I  (3)
Manufacturing Processes  (3)
DC Circuits and Applications(3)
Robotics Fundamentals (3)
AC Circuits and Applications  (3)
Introduction to Solid Modeling (3)
Material Science  (3)
Engineering Economics  (3)
Statics and Strength of Materials (3)
Thermodynamics  (3)
Power Transfer Technology (3)
Problem Solving in Engineering Technology (3)
Pre-calculus (4)
Applied Mathematics for Engineering Technology (3)
Elements of Calculus (3)
Applied Calculus for Engineering Technology (3)

Electrical Concentration options:  Choose one.

Electrical Concentration with Electronics option (36)
ENGT 3200, 3220, 3240, 3250, 3260, 3280, 4150, 4200, 4210, 4220; plus  (6) elective hours from the following:  ENGT 3100, 3800, 4120, 4850 or others with departmental approval.
OR
Electrical Concentration with Robotics option (36)
ENGT 3100, 3200, 3220, 3240, 3250, 3260, 3800,  4120, 4150, 4850, plus (6) elective hours from the following:  ENGT 3210, 3650, 3810, 3830, 4200, 4210, 4220, 4991or others with departmental approval.
Four year degree plan
Electrical Sequence and Pre-requisite course diagram
Engineering Technology courses
Engineering Technology Department Course Rotations

Advisors:
     Mr. Adel Salama, P.E.
     Chairperson
     Office:  (931)  221-1427
     Email: 
SalamaA@apsu.edu
     Office Location:  Room 1208
     Building 202:  Army Education Center
     Bastogne Avenue at Screaming Eagle

     Dr. Chin-Zue Chen.
     Office:  (931)  221-1472
     Email: 
ChenC@apsu.edu
     Office Location:  Building 203:  Room 217
     Bastogne Avenue at Air Assault

 

    Office Location: 
       School of Technology and Public Management
       Austin Peay Center @ Fort Campbell
       Building 202 Rooms 1108, 1207, 1208
       Building 203 Rooms 217, 218, 219
       Fort Campbell KY 42223
       Office:  (931) 221-1470
       Fax:  (931) 221-1463