BS in Technology Management - Concentration in Precision Manufacturing
Students in the Technology Management degree program will become technically oriented management professionals who plan, direct, organize, and control operations in a wide variety of industrial, business, and service organizations. In that program, students concentrate in one of the areas listed below.
Precision Manufacturing Concentration
This concentration is designed to prepare graduates for career leadership and management positions in a computer-intensive/automated manufacturing environment. Students in this concentration take courses in the area of computer-aided design/manufacturing, computer-numeric-control programming (CNC), industrial robotics, automated material handling, electronic control technology, computer-integrated manufacturing, rapid prototyping, and systems integration.
This concentration is also available to nontraditional and transfer students with enough related technical experience or coursework to satisfy the technical competency requirements of the concentration or to students with an associate's degree in a metal working area. See Requirements, below.
A Minor in Precision Manufacturing is also available.
All students must meet University Core curriculum requirements and additional Departmental requirements. Specific requirements for bachelor of science degree programs offered through the Department of Technology are indicated in the following tables. A minimum of 15 credit hours or 5 courses must be taken in the Department.
Students in the technology management degree program will be required to complete a senior assessment as part of the graduation requirement.
Bachelor of Science in Technology Management - concentration in Precision Manufacturing
(for traditional students)
(see note below for non-traditional/transfer students)
The minimum number of credits required for the degree: 127
University Core (37 credits –See Notes)
EYE 112 Built Environment
Quantitative Reasoning - MAT 140 (or above)
Socio-cultural (See Note 1) - Economics (ECO)
Science Exploration - Physics with Lab
Diversity (See Note 2)
International (See Note 2)
Thematic cluster (See Notes 3 & 4)
Cluster course 1
Cluster course 2
Cluster course 3
Capstone ITT 460
1. Economic course must satisfy the socio-cultural core requirement
2. Courses taken to fulfill the diversity and international requirements may overlap with other courses.
3. Courses from a minor can be used in place of the thematic cluster.
4. Only 1/3 of a minor used for the cluster can be applied to the major.
Departmental Requirements - 15 Credits
ITP 210 Technical Writing
MAT 148 Applied Calculus
ITT 181 Intro to Computers
Physics or Chemistry
General Elective - 9 Credits
(Academic, Professional or Technical)
Professional - 30 Credits
ITP 230 Project Management
ITP 280 Industrial Organization, Management, & Supervision
ITP 310 Facility Planning
ITP 330 Production Control
ITP 340 Fundamentals of Quality
ITP 410 Technical Ops. and Strategies
ITP 490 Cost Analysis and Control
ITS 300 Ergonomics/Time Study
ITS 320 Occupational Safety and Health
ACC 110 Financial Accounting Information for Decision Making
Technical - 36 Credits
ITT 103 Materials Property and Testing
ITT 221 Power and Energy Processing
ITT 231 Technical Visualization
ITT 252 Material Processing
ITT 282 Computer Aided Design
ITT 311 Telecommunications
ITT 323 Fluid Power
ITT 353 Automated Materials Processing
ITT 384 Advanced CAD
ITT 425 Applied Process Control Engineering
ITT 427 Applied Automation Engineering
ITT 440 Internship
NOTE: This concentration is also available to nontraditional and transfer students with enough related technical experience or coursework to satisfy the technical competency requirements of the concentration or to students with an associate's degree in a metal working related area.
NOTE: Students in the Technology Management degree programs will be required to complete a senior assessment as part of the graduation requirement.
|1st Semester - Fall||2nd Semester - Spring|
|ENG 100||College Writing||3||Cultural Interpretation||3|
|MAT 140||Pre-Calculus||3||Creative Expression||3|
|ITP 230||Project Management||3||ITT 103||Mat. Prop. & Testing||3|
|EYE 112||Built Environment||3||ITP 210||Technical Writing||3|
|ITT 181||Intro to Computers||3||MAT 148||Applied Calculus||3|
|3rd Semester - Fall||4th Semester - Spring|
|ITS 320||Occup. Safety & Health||3||ITT 231||Technical Graphics||3|
|ITT 221||Power & Energy Processing||3||ITT 323||Fluid Power||3|
|ITT 282||Computer-Aided Design||3||ECO||Economics||3|
|ITT 252||Material Processing||3||ITP 280||Indust.Org.Mgt. & Supr.||3|
|5th Semester - Fall||6th Semester - Spring|
|Ethical Inquiry||3||ITT 384||Advanced CAD||3|
|Thematic Cluster 1||3||ITT 353||Auto. Mat. Processing||3|
|Physics or Chem||3||ITT 425||Appl Proc Contr Engineer||3|
|ITP 310||Plant Layout/Material Handling||3||ACC 110||Financial Accounting||3|
|ITP 340||Fund. Of Quality||3||Thematic Cluster 2||3|
|7th Semester - Fall||8th Semester - Spring|
|Thematic Cluster 3||3||ITP 410||Tech Ops & Stategies||3|
|ITT 311||Telecommunications||3||ITP 490||Cost Analysis & Control||3|
|ITP 330||Production Control||3||ITT 440||Occupational Experience||3|
|ITS 300||Ergo/Time Study||3||ITT 460||Capstone||3|
|ITT 427||Appl Automation Engineering||3||General Elective||3|