College of Technology Program Booklet 2017

Page 1

A major emphasis in all College of Technology programs is placed on developing the student professionally as well as academically. Students study engineering, technology, and management with full-time faculty in more than 30 specialized state-of-theart instructional laboratories. Cooperative education, internships, and other work-based learning experiences offer students an opportunity to combine academic and professional preparation. Our faculty are seasoned with vast industry experience in their respective areas of study.

Student professional organizations for each program give students a chance to network with professionals in industry and gain technical and professional competencies. Several programs are nationally recognized, and most are accredited. Each technology program is guided by an industrial advisory board comprised of managers, professionals, and experts in the field.


Undergraduate Majors Adult and Career Education (ACE)

Automation and Control Engineering Technology (ACET)

This degree-completion program is designed to address the needs of working adults who require flexibility and are interested in obtaining or advancing to supervisory or leadership positions. Core coursework in ACE focuses on skills that are in high demand by today’s employers—skills such as creative problem solving, critical thinking, team building, communication technology, and work-life integration. Email: Phone: 812-237-8243

Industrial automation is the use of control systems, predominately computer based, to control industrial machinery and processes. Automation has and will continue to play an increasingly important role in the global economy as well as our daily experiences. The automation and control engineering technology program provides the knowledge and management skills needed to pursue a rewarding career in the field of automation. Email: Phone: 812-237-3456

Architectural Engineering Technology (ARET) ARET combines an understanding of the philosophy of building design with an applied technical knowledge of construction systems and materials acquired in a technically oriented studio structure. A variety of graphic tools and techniques are explored in the studios including freehand drawing, computer-aided drafting, physical models, virtual computer models, Building Information Modeling (BIM), and computer imaging. Students are exposed to a wide range of software programs, graphic communication techniques, and problem- solving skills. Email: Phone: 812-237-3532

Automotive Engineering Technology (AET) One of only 16 automotive bachelor degree programs in the United States, the AET program is concerned with all areas of the automotive and wheeled transportation industries. It integrates classroom and laboratory experiences to give students experience with the design, theory of operation, and testing of modern automotive components used in road and off-road vehicles and the skills to manage these and other automotive-related operations such as dealerships, parts and service operations, and many others. Email: Phone: 812-237-3377

Aviation Management (AVM) This degree program prepares students for professional administrative positions in the aviation industry. Career tracks range from such occupations as airport manager to director of operations for a major airline. Flight training is not required, however, to gain a better understanding of the aviation industry, students are encouraged to obtain at least a private pilot certificate with instrument rating. Email: Phone: 812-237-2641 Civil Engineering Technology (CVET) The CVET degree prepares graduates with the technical and managerial skills necessary to enter careers in the planning, design, construction, operation or maintenance of the built environment and global infrastructure. Graduates are able to analyze and design systems, specify project methods and materials, perform cost estimates and analyses, and manage technical activities in support of civil projects. Email: Phone: 812-237-3377 Computer Engineering Technology (CET) CET provides the education, training, and managerial skills needed for professional careers in areas such as computerized manufacturing, instrumentation and controls, technical sales, and field service. The program is also excellent preparation for graduate studies. Email: Phone: 812-237-3456

Construction Management (CNST)

Engineering (ENGR)

Laboratory and work experience supplement classroom lectures to provide practical and useful skills in the construction profession. With its comprehensive, managementoriented focus, the program helps students understand the impact of construction on the environment and society and prepares students to be leaders in this exciting field. Graduates are competent in planning, scheduling, estimating, project management and many other skills necessary for a construction professional. Email: Phone: 812-237-3532

In addition to the required core of engineering courses, this program requires coursework in science and mathematics, and completion of one of three concentrations: Civil Engineering, Industrial Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering. Current engineering application and design considerations are explored with emphasis on experiential learning opportunities engaging students in research, testing, design, and analysis. Students also develop essential knowledge, skills, and abilities assuring a comprehensive understanding of engineering principles and disciplines. Email: Phone: 812-237-3377

Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) An EET degree provides the knowledge, skills, and management experience needed for technical and professional careers in instrumentation and control, technical sales and field services, electronics manufacturing, and electrical power operations. Use of modern design techniques, computer modeling, state-of-the-art laboratory experiences, and small learner oriented classes help each student reach their fullest potential. Email: Phone: 812-237-3456

Engineering Technology (ET) The engineering technology (ET) program produces graduates whose critical thinking skills and knowledge of various engineering technologies make them highly valued assets to a wide variety of industries. In addition to taking an engineering technology program core, which includes a variety of laboratory experiences, students will select one engineering technology concentration from the following choices: automotive, electronics, computer, packaging, or mechanical. Email: Phone: 812-237-3377

Engineering Technology Management (ETM) This program is designed primarily as a degree completion transfer program to articulate with accredited AS and AAS programs in industrial and engineering technology related fields. Graduates in the program are competent in supervision, quality control, production planning, workplace law, project management and a variety of other skills that prepare you for technology management. Email: Phone: 812-237-3377 Human Resource Development (HRD) The HRD program combines a core curriculum with directed electives that support the student’s work background—or allow students to develop specialized areas of expertise. Content is based on the disciplines of education, business, psychology, and related behavioral sciences. Required studies in the major are drawn from the competency studies from the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) and the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM). Email: Phone: 812-237-8243 Information Technology (IT) The IT major provides students with a real world, hands-on program that bridges the gap between computer scientists and general users. It is multidisciplinary involving hardware, software, and IT managementfocused courses. Students also complete a 15-hour specialized track developed in conjunction with a faculty advisor. Email: Phone: 812-237-3456

Interior Architecture Design (IAD) Dedicated to preparing future leaders and innovators in the global design community, the IAD program offers a dynamic and progressive curriculum supported by top-notch facilities, frequent field trips, an active professional advisory board, and a faculty of practicing designers and scholars. IAD emphasizes rigorous professional preparation, integrating the complex aesthetic, technical, and theoretical aspects of commercial, institutional, residential, and product design. Email: Phone: 812-237-3532 Manufacturing Engineering Technology (MFET) MFET prepares graduates with technical and leadership skills necessary for manufacturing competitiveness and to enter careers in manufacturing process and systems design, operations, quality, continuous improvement, lean manufacturing, and sustainability. Graduates from the program enjoy careers as manufacturing engineers, project engineers, quality specialists, and supervisors/managers in a variety of manufacturing industries. Email: Phone: 812-237-3377

Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET)

Professional Aviation Flight Technology (PAFT)

MET focuses on engineering design (mechanical design), analysis, management, and manufacturing. Students develop hands-on experience and technical problemsolving skills with state-of-the-art CAD/CAE technologies. While the students focus on the design of mechanical products and systems, they also study management aspects of engineering design in preparation to manage people, resources, and systems related to design and manufacturing. Email: Phone: 812-237-3377

This degree program combines four years of flight training with technical support coursework to prepare students for careers as professional pilots. Graduates are awarded a bachelor degree and certification with an instrument rating and multi-engine land class rating. The program prepares pilots for work with the federal government, military services, commuter airlines, and flight simulator companies. Email: Phone: 812-237-2641

Packaging Engineering Technology (PET) One of a handful of fully accredited packaging programs in the country, PET prepares students to design product packaging that ensures product integrity and appeal under varying shipping and display conditions. Students learn to test, analyze, and select materials for packaging based on durability and cost effectiveness. Options for specialization include manufacturing as well as graphic/commercial art and marketing. Email: Phone: 812-237-3377

Safety Management (SFTY) Safety management provides the classroom knowledge and experience needed to be a safety specialist who is qualified to design, develop, and implement safety programs in business, industry, and government. Email: Phone: 812-237-3532 Technology and Engineering Education (TEE) The TEE program prepares students to teach technology, innovation, design, and engineering at the middle school and/or high school level in both public and private schools. The content is derived extensively from technology and the impact that technology makes on society and the environment, with a focus on pre- engineering, communications, construction, manufacturing, biotechnology, and transportation. Email: Phone: 812-237-3377

Textiles, Apparel, and Merchandising (TAM) Graduates of TAM possess a keen interest in merchandising and an understanding of the world of fashion—plus the business and organizational skills needed for successful careers. Students in the program study apparel design, product development, history of costume, functions of retailing, cultural aspects of clothing, global marketing, and the principles of design. Email: Phone: 812-237-8243 Unmanned Systems (UMS) Unmanned Systems is a new leading edge technology which is a significant segment of the aviation industry. Unmanned Systems represent new and growing opportunities in the civilian, government, and military job markets. Indiana State University is one of the first universities to offer unmanned systems education and training. Indiana State University is ranked one of the Top Five Best Drone Training Colleges in the United States by Drone Training HQ. Email: Phone: 812-237-2641

Undergraduate Minors Automation and Control Engineering Technology Automotive Technology Automotive Technology Management Aviation Technology Computer-Aided Design and Drafting Computer Engineering Technology Construction Management Electronics Technology Human Resource Development

Interior Architecture Design Lean Six Sigma Manufacturing Engineering Technology Military Leadership Packaging Engineering Technology Safety Management Textiles, Apparel, and Merchandising Traffic Engineering Technology Unmanned Systems

Graduate Programs Career and Technical Education (M.S.) Electronics and Computer Technology (M.S.) Human Resource Development (M.S.) Occupational Safety Management (M.S.) Technology Management (M.S.) Concentrations: Automotive, Aviation, Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Packaging, Quality

Technology Management (Ph.D.) Specializations: Construction Management, Digital Communication Systems, HRD and Industrial Training, Manufacturing Systems, Quality Systems

BLUE IS Indiana State University College of Technology Terre Haute, IN 47809 812-237-2987 888-478-7003 Office Hours Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m-4:30 p.m.

Issuu converts static files into: digital portfolios, online yearbooks, online catalogs, digital photo albums and more. Sign up and create your flipbook.