The Associate of Science in Industrial Technology develops technical skills in industrial safety, machine tool manufacturing, materials technology, automation/robotics, electronics, drafting and design, CADD and quality control.
Traditional (on campus)
The following four-semester schedule of courses provides a recommended framework for completing this program of study in two years.
|ENG 101 English Composition I||3|
|MAT 181 College Algebra**||3|
|UNI 100 First-Year Seminar||1|
|Any CIS/CSC Course on Menu||3|
|ITE 181 Materials Technology I
|ITE 215 CAD I
|ITE 250 Introduction to Automation||3|
|ITE 315 CAD in 3 Dimensions (eight weeks)||3|
|MAT 191 College Trigonometry*
|ENG 217 Sci Tech Writing||3|
|ITE 305 OSHA Safety||3|
|PHY 121 General Physics I*||4|
|General Education Course||3|
|ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|ITE 341 Quality Control
|MTR 300 Manufacturing Processes*||3|
|General Education Course||4|
* Denotes pre-requisite satisfied by other courses.
** Placement by testing. Students who are not required to take College Algebra may use these credits as free electives.
Approved Technical Electives
Any DMT, GCM, GET, ITE, MTR or RET course offered for which you have the required pre-requisite or none is required.