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Engineering, Engineering Technology, and Surveying

College of Business and Technology

Industrial Technology

The ETSU Industrial Technology (IT) concentration is a manufacturing and management-oriented curriculum with studies drawn from a variety of disciplines related to industry.  The IT program is designed to educate students to be managers in industry and other technological settings.

Graduates will have gained fundamental technical knowledge and also an understanding of the supervisory and management techniques used throughout industry. Technical competence is developed through various laboratory courses in the Department of Engineering Technology, Surveying, and Digital Media, while management skills and knowledge are supplemented through select courses from the ETSU College of Business & Technology Department of Management and Marketing. 

Industrial Technology graduates develop skills to help solve managerial, technical, and production problems and find numerous employment opportunities in a wide range of industrial settings.  Prior to graduation, qualified students may take advantage of numerous local and/or regional Co-op (for ETSU credit) or part time/full time (non-credit) employment opportunities to earn money and gain experience.

Industrial Technology Faculty  

 

 

To graduate from ETSU with a degree in Industrial Technology a student must complete a total of 120 hours. These hours contain:

General Education
ENGL 1010 Critical Reading and Expository Writing
ENGL 1020 Critical Thinking and Argumentation
Oral Communication (choose 1)
Literature (choose 1)
Fine Arts Elective (choose 1)
ENTC 3020 Technology & Society
Social/Behavioral Sciences (choose 1)
Social/Behavioral Sciences (choose 1)
HIST 2010 The United States to 1877
HIST 2020 The United States since 1877
MATH 1530 Probability and Statistics – Noncalculus
PHYS 2010 General Physics I Noncalculus
PHYS 2011 General Physics Laboratory I-Noncalculus
CHEM 1110 General Chemistry
CHEM 1111 General Chemistry Laboratory I
CSCI 1100 Using Information Technology
Technology Core Requirements
ENTC 1510 Student in University
ENTC 2170 CADD
ENTC 3030 Technical Communication
ENTC 4017 Industrial Supervision
ENTC 4060 Project Scheduling
ENTC 4600 Technology Practicum
Industrial Technology Core Requirements
ENTC 1120 Manufacturing Processes & Specification
ENTC 2200 Machine Tool Technology
ENTC 2310 Electrical Principles or ENTC 3650 Industrial Electronics
ENTC 3600 Manufacturing Technology
ENTC 3620 Thermal & Fluid Technologies or ENTC 3670 Energy/Power/Trans.
ENTC 4037 Quality Assurance I
ENTC 4227 Engineering Economy
ENTC 4357 CIM Applications
ENTC 4777 Safety Management
Technical Support Courses
ENTC 1510 Student in University
ENTC 2170 CADD
ENTC 3030 Technical Communication
ENTC 4017 Industrial Supervision
ENTC 4060 Project Scheduling
ENTC 4600 Technology Practicum

The Industrial Technology program has the widest range of technology (ENTC) and general electives of any of the Department’s concentrations.  ENTC and general electives should be selected with the goal of developing a depth of understanding in one or two technical areas. Students are encouraged to select elective courses from manufacturing, electronics, design graphics, construction, computer & information science, management/marketing, surveying/mapping, &/or environmental health.

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