Jun 03, 2020  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Engineering Technology (B.S.)


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Bulletin/Catalog Year 2019-2020

College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Department of Engineering Technology


Austin Peay Center at Fort Campbell
Phone: 931-221-1470
Email: basdenm@apsu.edu

Description of Major

Engineering Technology is a multi-discipline major with industry specific concentrations in Automotive Systems Design (AAS and BS, 2+2; ETAC of ABET Accredited), Construction (AAS and BS, 2+2; ETAC of ABET Accredited), Electronics (AAS; ETAC of ABET accredited), Electrical (BS, 2+2; ETAC of ABET Accredited), Manufacturing (BS; ETAC of ABET accredited), Mechanical (BS; Preparing for ETAC of ABET accreditation), and Mechatronics (AAS and BS, 2+2; Preparing for ETAC of ABET accreditation).  Each concentration has been designed to meet the needs of local, regional, and national industry relative to the specific concentration.

General Education Core


  Credit Hours
see Common Core   41
University-Wide Freshman Seminar Requirement 1

Major Requirements that Satisfy General Education Core


Total Hours 11


Major Core Requirements


Automotive Engineering Technology Concentration


Construction Engineering Technology Concentration


Electrical Engineering Technology Concentration


Manufacturing Engineering Technology Concentration


Mechanical Engineering Technology Concentration


The BS degree in Engineering Technology with a concentration in Mechanical is designed to prepare students to work in industry as specialist in Mechanical Design and Implementation.  Mechanical Engineering Technologist are specifically trained to fully understand and apply the complex designs created by Mechanical Engineers.

Mechatronics Engineering Technology Concentration


The BS degree in Engineering Technology with a concentration in Mechatronics prepares students to work in the Automation and Control, or Manufacturing industries as an Automation Systems Design Engineering Technologist for the design and implementation of automated systems.

Total Program Hours 120


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