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Industrial Engineering Technology

Associate of Applied Science
The Associate of Applied Science in Industrial Engineering Technology is a two‐year degree for students who intend to seek employment upon graduation. Career cluster areas include drafting‐engineering design, welding, and electronics.

Prerequisites
The student will need to demonstrate proficiencies in reading, English, and mathematics based on the COMPASS assessment test, ACT or SAT scores, or by taking the recommended/required classes. Some of the courses in this curriculum have specific prerequisites.

General Education (GE) Courses
In order to graduate with a college degree, all students are required to take certain general education courses. These include English composition, speech, wellness, science, art and humanities, mathematics, computer systems, and social and behavioral science.
 
Program Core Courses
ETEC 194 Intro to Technology Systems
ETEC 252 Manufacturing Processes I
ETEC 125 Computer Applications in Manufacturing
ETEC 121 Engineering Graphics I
PHYS 100/130 Introductory College Physics I/lab
ETEC 115 Blueprint Reading
ETEC 153 Computer‐Aided Design I
ETEC 111 Tools and Machines – Maintenance and Safety
ETEC 259 Computer‐Aided Manufacturing
MATH 114 Industrial Math or MATH 122 Plane Trigonometry
 
Program Elective Courses
Career cluster classes should be discussed with an advisor and may be selected based upon specific goals and requirements. For an emphasis in drafting‐engineering design: ETEC 122 Engineering Graphics II
ETEC 153 Computer‐Aided Design I
ETEC 228 Computer‐Aided Design II
ETEC 259 Computer‐Aided Manufacturing are recommended
For an emphasis in welding:
ETEC 160 Special Skills in Welding
ETEC 162 Arc Welding
ETEC 163 Welding Procedures and Applications
ETEC 262 Advanced Welding Procedures
Applications are recommended.
 
Program Outcomes
1. Communicate and understand ideas using blueprints and sketches.
2. Analyze specifications and characteristics of materials and select the best for design applications.
3. Demonstrate ability to select, care for, and properly use tools and machines from industry.
4. Demonstrate the ability to design and produce a product using manufacturing techniques.

Course Sequence
The listing that follows is a recommended sequence of courses for full‐time students. The student should consult with an advisor for information specific to their academic situation.
 
Recommended Sequence of Courses
Availability of ETEC courses will depend upon demand.

(Fall) Semester I Cr Hr
ETEC 194 Intro to Technology Systems 3
CSIS 130 Intro to Computer Information Systems 3
ETEC Technical Core Course 3
ETEC Career Cluster Course 3
MATH 114/122 Industrial Math or Plane Trigonometry 3
PSYC 100 First Year Seminar 1
Total 16
   
(Spring) Semester II  
ETEC Technical Core Course 3
ETEC Technical Core Course 3
ETEC Technical Core Course 3
ETEC Career Cluster Course 3
ENGL 101 English Composition I 3
COMM 213 Interpersonal Communication 3
Total 18
   
(Fall) Semester III  
PHYS 100 Introductory College Physics I 3
PHYS 130 Introductory College Physics I Lab 2
HPER 150 Lifetime Fitness 1
ETEC Technical Core Course 3
ETEC Career Cluster Course 3
General Education Course 3
Total 15
   
(Spring) Semester IV  
ETEC Technical Core Course 3
ETEC Career Cluster Course 3
ETEC Career Cluster Course 3
ETEC Career Cluster Course 3
General Education Course 3
Total 15
Total Program Credits 64
   
This curriculum is not designed for students who wish to transfer.  


For more information contact:
Program Advisor
Linda Jones, 620‐431‐2820, ext. 227
ljones@neosho.edu
 
 
 
Industrial Engineering Technology/PreEngineering Technology
 
Associate of Science
The Associate of Science with an emphasis in Industrial Engineering Technology/Pre‐Engineering Technology is a two year degree for students who intend to transfer upon
graduation. Transfer students should follow the requirements of the institution to which they wish to transfer. Students should contact the transfer institution of their choice to
determine transferability of courses.
 
Prerequisites
The student will need to demonstrate proficiencies in reading, English, and mathematics based on the COMPASS assessment test, ACT or SAT scores, or by taking the recommended/required classes. Some of the courses in this curriculum have specific prerequisites.
 
General Education (GE) Courses
In order to graduate with a college degree, all students are required to take certain general education courses. These include English composition, speech, wellness, science, art and humanities, mathematics, computer systems, and social and behavioral science.
 
Program Core Courses
MATH 150 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
PHYS 104/140 Engineering Physics I/Lab
PHYS 105/145 Engineering Physics II/Lab.
 
Program Elective Courses
Industrial Engineering program electives should be chosen based on the requirements of the transfer institution. Students should consult the transfer institution of their choice to
determine transfer institution requirements and transferability of courses. Electives could include:
ETEC 194 Intro to Technology Systems
ETEC 125 Computer Applications in Manufacturing
ETEC 121 Engineering Graphics I
ETEC 123 Blueprint Reading
ETEC 153 Computer‐Aided Design I
ETEC 111 Tools and Machines – Maintenance and Safety
ETEC 259 Computer‐Aided Manufacturing,
 
Program Outcomes
1. Demonstrate technical skills and application in mathematics to support planning, analyzing, and problem solving.
2. Apply the scientific method and principles to support planning, analyzing, and problem solving.
3. Demonstrate effective oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills to support their role in industry.
 
Course Sequence
The listing that follows is a recommended sequence of courses for full‐time students. The student should consult with an advisor for information specific to their academic situation.
 
Recommended Sequence of Courses
Availability of technology courses will depend upon demand.

(Fall) Semester I Cr Hr
MATH 150 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I* 5
CHEM 215 College Chemistry I 3
CHEM 216 College Chemistry I Lab 2
COMM 207 Fundamentals of Speech 3
PSYC 100 First Year Seminar 1
ENGL 101 English Composition I 3
Total 17
   
(Spring) Semester II  
ENGL 289 English Composition II 3
PSYC 155 General Psychology 3
MATH 143 Elementary Statistics 3
HPER 150 Lifetime Fitness 1
CSIS 100/130 Computer Concepts and Applications** or Intro to Computer Information Systems 3
Approved Arts/Humanities Course 3
Total 16
   
(Fall) Semester III  
PHYS 104 Engineering Physics I 4
PHYS 140 Engineering Physics I Lab 1
ACCT 201 Financial Accounting I or Program Course 3
Program or Transfer Course 3
Approved Social Science Course 3
Approved Arts/Humanities Course 3
Total 17
   
(Spring) Semester IV  
PHYS 105 Engineering Physics II 4
PHYS 145 Engineering Physics II Lab 1
Biological Science and Lab or Program or Transfer Course(s) 5
Approved Social Science Course 3
Approved Arts/Humanities Course 3
Total 16
Total Program Credits 66
*Assuming the student has passed the equivalent of MATH 113
College Algebra, and MATH122 Plane Trigonometry. If not, the
student must enroll in those courses.
**If not required by transfer institution, student may satisfy this
requirement by passing computer proficiency exam.
 

 
For more information contact:
Program Advisor
Linda Jones, 620‐431‐2820, ext. 227
ljones@neosho.edu