1. Graduates manage projects from problem identification to hands-on implementation.
2. Graduates function effectively on teams and communicate effectively in spoken, written, and graphical forms.
3. Graduates are proficient in the use of engineering technologies as tools to solve real world problems.
4. Graduates recognize professional, ethical, and social issues in practice.
5. Graduates demonstrate a commitment to quality and dependability.
6. Graduates stay current professionally
7. As project team members, graduates recognize opportunities and create solutions using manufacturing technology in a wide range of applications and provide leadership in developing solutions to industrial problems.
8. Graduates with specialized backgrounds in manufacturing design and implement systems for producing components, assemblies, and finished products.
9. Graduates with specialized backgrounds in robotics design and integrate automated cells for manufacturing applications.
Manufacturing Concentration Program Outcomes
"Programs outcomes...describe what students are expected to know and be able to do by the time of graduation," and "relate to the skills, knowledge, and behaviors that students acquire in their matriculation through the program" (TAC-ABET criteria for Accrediting Engineering Technology Programs.)
1. Students analyze problems, plan and conduct tests, interpret and use test results to develop solutions.
2. Students create and implement solutions integrating people, productivity software and equipment.
3. Students communicate information in written, oral, and graphical forms.
4. Student work as a team to deliver results in a timely fashion.
5. Students recognize the importance of quality and the need for continuous improvement.
6. Students are aware of ethical, social, environmental, and diversity issues; globalization; and the need for lifelong learning.
Manufacturing Concentration with Robotics option Program Outcomes
In addition to the outcomes stated above, electrical concentration graduates will demonstrate the following.
|7. Students demonstrate the ability to apply the relevant technologies of materials, manufacturing processes, tooling, automation, and operations management.|
8. Students demonstrate the ability to manage industrial organizations and operations, including issues of product and process quality and equipment maintenance, and to apply statistics to understanding and improving the overall manufacturing operation.
9. Students demonstrate the ability to design and manufacture a product in a comprehensive design project involving purpose, material and process analysis.
Engineering Technology courses
|Engineering Technology Department Course Rotations|
Mr. John Byrd,
Office: (931) 221-1474
Office Location: Building 203: Room 218
Bastogne Avenue at Air Assault
Dr. Chin-Zue Chen
Office: (931) 221-1472
Office Location: Building 203: Room 219
Bastogne Avenue at Air Assault
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