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Industrial Technology: Curriculum

The basic concepts you will study in this program are technical foundation courses such as technical drawing, electronics, automation/robotics, machining, statics and strength of materials and industrial safety.

Advanced technology CAD, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), computer numerical control (CNC), computer-integrated manufacturing and quality control provide a capstone of computer-assisted techniques used by modern industry to increase quality and productivity.

Get a description of each of Cal U's industrial technology courses from our Course Catalog.

Associate of Science in Industrial Technology: 60 Credits

The following four-semester schedule of courses provides a recommended framework for completing this program of study in two years.   

First Semester – 15 credits
CourseCredits

**ENG 101 English Composition I

3 crs.

*ITE 115 Interpreting and Sketching of Technical Drawings

3 crs.

*MAT 181 College Algebra

3 crs.

**UNI 100 First -Year Seminar

3 crs.

General Education Course

3 crs.

 

Second Semester – 16 credits
CourseCredits

**ENG 102 English Composition II

3 crs.

*ITE 181 Materials Technology I

3 crs.

*ITE 215 Computer-Aided Drafting I

3 crs.

**MAT 191 College Trigonometry

3 crs.

**PHY 121 General Physics I

4 crs.

Third Semester – 16 credits
CourseCredits

**Any CIS/CSC Course on Menu

3 crs.

**CHE 101 General Chemistry I

4 crs.

**ECO 201 Introductory Microeconomics

3 crs.

*ITE 135 Digital Electronics

3 crs.

*ITE 165 Machine Processing I

3 crs.

Fourth Semester – 15 credits
CourseCredits

*ITE 130 Introductory Circuit Analysis

3 crs.

*ITE 236 Numerical Control Programming I

3 crs.

*ITE 250 Introduction to Automation

3 crs.

**ITE 341 Quality Control

3 crs.

Elective Course

3 crs.

* Required major and related courses
** Required and recommended General Education courses