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Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Major: Engineering Technology
Program of Study

Students should use this as a guide and should consult with their major advisor when selecting courses.  A minor is not required with this distributive major.  For transfer students, the department chair and faculty will evaluate Engineering Technology transfer courses and will determine whether these courses satisfy specific degree requirements or count as electives.

Typical Program of Study for all Concentrations

Total semester hours for degree:   125 semester hours.
First time freshmen must complete APSU 1000 (1).
PHYS 2010/2011 and 2020/2021 are each 5 semester hours and will meet science core requirement.
MATH 1530, 1720 or 1730 and 1810 are each 3 semester hours and will meet math core requirement.
Engineering Technology core:  To be completed by all Engineering Technology students.
     ENGT 1000, 1020, 2010, 2020, 2030, 2730, 3000, 3010, 3020, 3030, 3040, 3050
Engineering Technology Major Concentrations:
    
Electrical Concentration with Electronics Option (accredited by TAC of ABET)
    
Electrical Concentration with Robotics Option (accredited by TAC of ABET)
    
Manufacturing Concentration (accredited by TAC of ABET)
     Manufacturing Concentration with Robotics O
ption (accredited by TAC of ABET)
     Construction and Civil
 Concentration 
     Automotive and Mechanical
Concentration 

Suggested Program of Study (Based on full time enrollment.)

Freshman Year - 31 semester hours
APSU 1000 (1)
ENGL 1010, 1020 (6)
ENGT 1000,1020,2000, 2020 (12)
MATH 1530 (3)
MATH 1730 or ENGT 1200 (3)
COMM 1010 (3)
Humanities (3)

Sophomore Year - 31 semester hours
MATH 1810 (3) or ENGT 1400 (3)
ENGT 2010, 2030, 2730 (9)
PHYS 2010, 2011, 2020, 2021 (10)
ENGT Concentration (9)



Junior Year - 30 semester hours
ENGL 2030 (3)
ENGT 3000, 3030, 3050 (9)
ENGT Concentration (18)

Senior Year - 33 semester hours
HIST 2010,2020 or HIST 1210,1220 (6)
ENGT 3010, 3020, 3040 (9)
ENGT Concentration (9)
Humanities (3))
Social Science (6)

 

Note for Main Campus Students

Students should be able to complete their first two years primarily on campus.  During the first two years, main campus students should complete math and science requirements, and should take 1000 and 2000 level ENGT courses at either campus.  See your major advisor for more guidance.

Internship and Cooperative Work experience

Students are encouraged to take opportunities for internships or cooperative education programs with industry.  Students may take a cooperative education course as an elective course in some concentrations.  Students may also apply for internship.  Internship and Cooperative work experience (CO-OP) application.

Engineering Technology courses
 

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 Blvd.


     Dr. John Blake, P.E.
     Office:  (931)  221-1476
     Email: 
BlakeJ@apsu.edu
    
Office Location:  Building 203:  Room 218
     Bastogne Avenue at Air Assault

     Mr. John Byrd
    
Office:  (931)  221-1474
     Email: 
ByrdJL@apsu.edu
    
Office Location:  Room 1108
     Building 202:  Army Education Center
     Bastogne Avenue at Screaming Eagle Blvd.

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

    
Dr. Abu Sarwar, P.E.
     Office:  (931)  221-1473
     Email: 
SarwarA@apsu.edu
    
Office Location:  Building 203:  Room 219
     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