2002-03 Bulletin
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TECHNOLOGY



MAJOR IN AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY (Bachelor of Science)

A student majoring in Automotive Technology must complete a minimum of 76 quarter hours in the major consisting of the core courses and the technical requirements. In addition, the student must complete the required cognates, the general studies program, and all baccalaureate degree requirements as outlined in this bulletin.
 
Core Requirements:
AUTO134Internal Combustion Engine Theory 2
AUTO135Internal Combustion Engine Laboratory 2
AUTO145Power Train Theory 2
AUTO146Power Train Laboratory 2
AUTO156Fuel and Electrical Systems Theory 2
AUTO157Fuel and Electrical Systems Laboratory 2
AUTO280Practicum (automotive) 2
AUTO314Engine Diagnosis and Tune-up 2
AUTO315Engine Diagnosis and Tune-up Laboratory 2
AUTO345, 346Automotive Service 4
AUTO347, 348Automotive Service Laboratory 4
AUTO365Diesel Engines 3
AUTO366Computerized Engine Controls 3
AUTO480Advanced Practicum (automotive) 3
DRFT120Fundamentals of CAD 2
DRFT121, 122Technical Drafting and Design 4
ELCT 241Fundamentals of Electronics 4
ELCT252Solid State Devices 4
TECH235, 236, 237Materials and Processes 6
TECH326Hydraulics and Pneumatics 3
TECH335Computer Applications in Technology 3
TECH364Occupational Health and Safety 2
TECH380Technical Space Utilization 3
TECH499Senior Project 1
Electives 9
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Electives must be chosen in consultation with and approved by the academic adviser assigned by the department chair.
 

Cognates:
ACCT201Principles of Accounting 4
INFO105Personal Computing 3
MGMT275Management of Small Business4
   or
MGMT371Management & Organizational Behavior
Business Electives 4

 
Business electives must be chosen from the following prefixes in consultation with and approved by the academic adviser assigned by the department chair: ACCT, GBUS, MGMT, MKTG.
 



MAJOR IN AVIATION TECHNOLOGY (Bachelor of Science)

A student majoring in Aviation Technology must complete a minimum of 87 quarter hours in the major consisting of the core courses and the technical requirements. In addition, the student must complete the required cognates, the general studies program, and all baccalaureate degree requirements as outlined in this bulletin.
 
Core Requirements:
AVIA124Introduction to Aviation 2
AVIA141Private Pilot Lectures 4
AVIA142Private Pilot Flight Training 3
AVIA143Advanced Private Flight Training 3
AVIA152Cross Country Flight 2
AVIA234Meteorology 2
AVIA256Principles of Aircraft Maintenance 4
AVIA261Instrument Pilot Lectures 4
AVIA262Instrument Flight Training 3
AVIA263Advanced Instrument Flight Training 3
AVIA325Flight Performance 2
AVIA334Commercial Pilot Lectures 3
AVIA335Commercial Flight Training 3
AVIA336Advanced Commercial Flight Training 3
AVIA340Multi-Engine Flight Training 3
AVIA356Principles of Flight Instruction 3
AVIA358Instructor Flight Training 3
AVIA455Crew Resource Management 2
AVIA458Instrument Instructor Flight Training 3
DRFT120Fundamentals of CAD 2
DRFT121, 122Technical Drafting and Design 4
ELCT 241Fundamentals of Electronics 4
TECH235, 236, 237Materials and Processes 6
TECH326Hydraulics and Pneumatics 3
TECH335Computer Applications in Technology 3
TECH364Occupational Health and Safety 2
TECH380Technical Space Utilization 3
TECH499Senior Project 1
Electives 4
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Electives must be chosen in consultation with and approved by the academic adviser assigned by the department chair.
 

Cognates:
ACCT201Principles of Accounting 4
GBUS361Business Law I 4
GBUS362Business Law II 4
INFO105Personal Computing 3
MATH123Survey of Calculus 4
MGMT275Management of Small Business4
   or
MGMT371Management & Organizational Behavior
PHYS201, 202Invitation to Physics 6
PHYS204, 205Invitation to Physics Laboratory 2

 


MAJOR IN GRAPHIC DESIGN (Bachelor of Science)

A student majoring in Graphic Design must complete a minimum of 76 quarter hours in the major consisting of the core courses and the technical requirements. In addition, the student must complete the required cognates, the general studies program, and all baccalaureate degree requirements as outlined in this bulletin.
 
Core Requirements:
COMM357Communication Law and Ethics 4
DRFT120Fundamentals of CAD 2
DRFT121Technical Drafting and Design 2
GRPH124Introduction to Graphic Communication 3
GRPH125Typography 2
GRPH135Introduction to Digital Technology 1
GRPH255Desktop Publishing 4
GRPH263Website Design and Construction I 3
GRPH268Computer Layout and Design 3
GRPH270Computer Composition 4
GRPH274Computer Illustration 2
GRPH320Principles of Printing 3
GRPH335Digital Imaging I 4
GRPH4233-D Design I 3
GRPH445Graphic Services 3
GRPH480Advanced Practicum 2
GRPH492Portfolio Design 1
INFO150Software Application: Intro MS Word 1
INFO150Software Application: Intro MS Excel 1
INFO150Software Application: Intro MS Access 1
JOUR245Newswriting 4
JOUR247Copy Editing 3
PHTO156Principles of Photography 3
TECH251Introduction to Computer Hardware 2
TECH364Occupational Health and Safety 2
TECH499Senior Project 1
Electives (Chosen from ART, COMM, GRPH, or PHTO prefix)  12
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Cognates:
ART161, 162, 163Design 9
ART184Introduction to Drawing I 2
ART194Introduction to Painting I 2
ART244, 245, 246Commercial Art 6
ART294Introduction to Printmaking I 2
COMM235Introduction to Video 4
MKTG383Principles of Advertising  4
SPCH101Fundamentals of Speech Communication 4

 


AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY (Associate of Science)

A student majoring in Automotive Technology must complete a minimum of 55 quarter hours in the major consisting of the core courses and the technical requirements. In addition, the student must complete the required cognates, the general studies requirements, and all Associate of Science degree requirements as outlined in this bulletin.
 
Core Requirements:
AUTO134Internal Combustion Engine Theory 2
AUTO135Internal Combustion Engine Laboratory 2
AUTO145Power Train Theory 2
AUTO146Power Train Laboratory 2
AUTO156Fuel and Electrical Systems Theory 2
AUTO157Fuel and Electrical Systems Laboratory 2
AUTO280Practicum (automotive) 2
AUTO286Engine Rebuilding Laboratory 2
AUTO314Engine Diagnosis and Tune-up 2
AUTO315Engine Diagnosis and Tune-up Laboratory 2
AUTO345, 346Automotive Service 4
AUTO347, 348Automotive Service Laboratory 4
AUTO366Computerized Engine Controls 3
DRFT120Fundamentals of CAD 2
DRFT121, 122Technical Drafting and Design 4
ELCT 241Fundamentals of Electronics 4
ELCT252Solid State Devices 4
TECH326Hydraulics and Pneumatics3
   or
TECH335Computer Applications in Technology
TECH364Occupational Health and Safety 2
Electives 5
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Electives must be chosen in consultation with and approved by the academic adviser assigned by the department chair.
 

Cognates:
INFO105Personal Computing 3

 


AVIATION TECHNOLOGY (Associate of Science)

A student majoring in Aviation Technology must complete a minimum of 58 quarter hours in the major consisting of the core courses and the technical requirements. In addition, the student must complete the required cognates, the general studies requirements, and all Associate of Science degree requirements as outlined in this bulletin.
 
Core Requirements:
AVIA124Introduction to Aviation 2
AVIA141Private Pilot Lectures 4
AVIA142Private Pilot Flight Training 3
AVIA143Advanced Private Flight Training 3
AVIA152Cross-Country Flight 2
AVIA234Meteorology 2
AVIA256Principles of Aircraft Maintenance 4
AVIA261Instrument Pilot Lectures 4
AVIA262Instrument Flight Training 3
AVIA263Advanced Instrument Flight Training 3
AVIA325Flight Performance 2
AVIA334Commercial Pilot Lectures 3
AVIA335Commercial Flight Training 3
AVIA336Advanced Commercial Flight Training 3
DRFT120Fundamentals of CAD 2
DRFT121, 122Technical Drafting and Design 4
TECH326Hydraulics and Pneumatics3
   or
TECH335Computer Applications in Technology
TECH364Occupational Health and Safety 2
Electives 6
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Electives must be chosen in consultation with and approved by the academic adviser assigned by the department chair.
 

Cognates:
ELCT 241Fundamentals of Electronics 4
INFO105Personal Computing 3

 


GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS (Associate of Science)

A student majoring in Graphic Communications must complete a minimum of 56 quarter hours in the major consisting of the core courses and the technical requirements. In addition, the student must complete the required cognates, the general studies requirements, and all Associate of Science degree requirements as outlined in this bulletin.
 
Core Requirements:
COMM357Communication Law and Ethics4
   or
JOUR245Newswriting
DRFT120Fundamentals of CAD 2
DRFT121, 122Technical Drafting and Design 4
GRPH124Introduction to Graphic Communication 3
GRPH135Introduction to Digital Technology 1
GRPH255Desktop Publishing 4
GRPH263Website Design and Construction I 3
GRPH268Computer Layout and Design 3
GRPH270Computer Composition 4
GRPH274Computer Illustration 4
GRPH280Practicum 3
GRPH320Principles of Printing 3
GRPH335Digital Imaging I 4
PHTO156Principles of Photography 3
TECH364Occupational Health and Safety 2
Electives (Chosen from ART, COMM, GRPH, or PHTO prefix) 9
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Electives must be chosen in consultation with and approved by the academic adviser assigned by the department chair.
 

Cognates:
ART161Design 3
INFO105Personal Computing 3

 


WEB DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT (Associate of Science)

A student majoring in Web Design and Development must complete a minimum of 49 quarter hours in the major. In addition, the student must complete the required cognates, the general studies requirements, and all Associate of Science degree requirements as outlined in this bulletin.
 
Core Requirements:
COMM357Communication Law and Ethics4
   or
JOUR245Newswriting
DRFT120Fundamentals of CAD 2
GRPH263Website Design and Construction I 3
GRPH268Computer Layout and Design 3
GRPH273Website Design and Construction II 3
GRPH274Computer Illustration 4
GRPH280Practicum 2
GRPH335Digital Imaging I 4
GRPH336Digital Imaging II 4
GRPH337Digital Imaging III 4
GRPH365Web Design: Animation 2
GRPH366Web Design: Multimedia and Special Effects 2
GRPH4233-D Design I 3
GRPH463Advanced Webpage Design 3
GRPH488Seminar: Web Design and Development 1
TECH364Occupational Health and Safety 2
Electives 3
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Cognates:
ART161Design 3
COMM235Introduction to Video 4
CPTR141Introduction to Programming 4
INFO240Web Technology 1
INFO250System Software 1

 


MINOR IN AVIATION

A student minoring in aviation must complete 30 quarter hours:
 
AVIA124Introduction to Aviation 2
AVIA141Private Pilot Lectures 4
AVIA142Private Pilot Flight Training 3
AVIA143Advanced Private Flight Training 3
Electives (3 must be upper division) 18
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Approval of aviation adviser required. Electives must be chosen in consultation with and approved by the academic adviser assigned by the department chair.
 



MINOR IN GRAPHIC ARTS

A student minoring in graphic arts must complete 30 quarter hours:
 
GRPH135Introduction to Digital Technology 1
GRPH255Desktop Publishing 4
GRPH268Computer Layout and Design 3
GRPH270Computer Composition 4
GRPH274Computer Illustration 4
GRPH320Principles of Printing 3
GRPH335Digital Imaging I 4
PHTO156Principles of Photography 3
Electives (Must have GRPH or PHTO prefix) 4
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30

 
Approval of graphics technology adviser required.
 



MINOR IN TECHNOLOGY

A student minoring in technology must complete 30 quarter hours:
 
DRFT120Fundamentals of CAD 2
DRFT121, 122Technical Drafting and Design 4
TECH235, 236, 237Materials and Processes 6
Electives (3 must be upper division) 18
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30

 
Approval of technology adviser required.
 



MINOR IN WEB DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT

A student minoring in Web Design and Development must complete 30 quarter hours:
 
GRPH263Website Design and Construction I 3
GRPH268Computer Layout and Design 3
GRPH273Website Design and Construction II 3
GRPH274Computer Illustration 4
GRPH335Digital Imaging I 4
GRPH463Advanced Webpage Design 3
Electives 10
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30

 
(Electives must be chosen from GRPH, PHTO, CPTR, COMM, and INFO prefixes and approved by the graphics adviser.)