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Undergraduate Programs

ITC 191 - Computer Software Concepts, Installation,

Configuration, and Support 3(3-0) ITC 265 - Basics of Data Communications and Computer

Networks 3(3-1) ITC 341 - Introduction to Databases and Applications 3(3-0)

Note: 3 hours of internship (CPS 395) is required. Required Courses III (3 hours)

An IT project as a capstone experience, preferably in the student’s area of concentration. It should involve the design and implementation of a solution to a nontrivial IT problem that has some practical meaning in the real world. Capstone experiences may include a special project conducted on- or off-campus un- der supervision of a faculty member or an internship or service learning project supervised by an off-campus project director in coordination with the advisor.

Choose one of the following: CPS 497 - Independent Study 1-6(Spec) ITC 495 - Senior Internship 1-3(Spec)

Specialized Tracks (6 hours) Each student is required to select one track from the following list

Data Communication and Networking (6 hours) ITC 465 - Network Administration and Security 3(3-0) ITC 466 - System Administration and Automation 3(3-0)

Database (6 hours) CPS 541 - Databases 3(3-0) ITC 441 - - Database Administration 3(3-0)

Interactive Multimedia Design (6 hours) CPS 482 - Advanced Multimedia Design 3(3-0) ITC 383 - Computer Game Design 3(3-0)

Web Application Development (6 hours) CPS 420 - Windows Programming 3(3-0) ITC 320 - Web-Based Applications 3(3-0)

Custom Track (6 hours)

A student may choose to develop a customized track by choosing courses from the other IT tracks or courses from another subject area. The courses may be selected from a variety of disciplines at CMU. The objective of this alternative is to allow students to have the opportunity to follow special interests. The student must propose a program of six hours that represent a coordinated area of interest, and the proposal must be approved by an IT advisor.

Other Requirements I (3 hours)

Select one of the following: STA 282 - Introduction to Statistics 3(3-0) STA 382 - Elementary Statistical Analysis 3(3-0)

Other Requirements II (3-4 hours)

Select one of the following: MTH 132 - Calculus I 4(4-0) MTH 175 - Discrete Mathematics 3(3-0) MTH 217 - Business Calculus 4(4-0)

Other Requirements III (3 hours)

Select one of the following: COM 264 - Organizational Communication 3(3-0) COM 361 - Interpersonal Communication 3(3-0)

Electives (6 hours)

Each student must take 6 additional elective hours, chosen to complement the student’s program goals and approved by an IT advisor. In addition to CPS/ITC courses from other IT tracks, or other areas of CPS/ITC, possible electives might include courses such as AMD 246, AMD 346, ART 135, ART 235, ART 335, ART 435, BIO 516, BIS 280, BIS 288, BIS 327, EDU 590, GEO 303, GEO 503, IET 154, IET 291, IET 359, IET 394, IET 457, IET 458, IET 502, IND 334, MGT 335, PSC 585, SOC 210, and TEC 321.

Total: 51-52 semester hours

Vehicle Engineering Design Technology Major

B.S. degree

NOTE: Effective August 16, 2009, Central Michigan University is not accepting students into the Vehicle Engineering Design Technology Major. Questions regarding this matter may be di- rected to your program plan advisor.

This major prepares students for employment in vehicle design within the automotive industry and has an emphasis in Vehicle Architecture and Systems. Additional program components include related areas of Lean Manufacturing Operation, Quality/Value Methodology, Process Planning, End-of-Life Vehicle Planning, and Material Database Systems. Interested students should meet with an academic advisor before enrolling in any CMU courses. All students pursuing a major in Vehicle Engineering Design Technology must complete the English, mathematics, and science courses listed below. These courses may also be used to fulfill University Program, Competency, and/or other degree requirements. Students will complete a team-based 16-week Vehicle Design Capstone, which requires a prerequisite enrollment interview and an exit knowledge exam.

Required Courses I (15 hours) English, Mathematics and Science

ENG 303 - Technical Writing 3(3-0) MTH 130 - Pre-Calculus Mathematics 4(4-0) PHY 130 - College Physics I 4(4-0) PHY 170 - College Physics Laboratory I 1(0-2) STA 282 - Introduction to Statistics 3(3-0)

Required Courses II (18 hours) Design Technology Core

IET 154 - Engineering Design Graphics 3(2-2) IET 379 - Mechanics of Materials 3(3-0) IET 428 - Manufacturing Quality 3(3-0) TEC 222 - Introduction to Computer-Aided Technology for Vehicle

Design 3(2-2) TEC 322 - Intermediate Computer-Aided Technology for Vehicle

Design 3(2-2) TEC 324 - Finite Element Modeling and Analysis 3(2-2)

Required Courses III (21 hours) Vehicle Design Core

TEC 326 - Vehicle Systems and Design Requirements 3(3-0) TEC 327 - Design Creativity and Value Methodology 3(3-0) TEC 328 - Materials and Applications in Vehicle Design 3(3-0) TEC 377 - Vehicle Related Metal Forming and Shaping 3(3-0) TEC 378 - Vehicle Manufacturing, Assembly and Process Planning

3(3-0) TEC 445 - Vehicle Architecture Systems 3(3-0) TEC 446 - Vehicle Body Systems Design 3(3-0)

Required Courses IV (3 hours) Vehicle Design Capstone

TEC 459 - Vehicle Design Analysis and Integration 3(3-0) Electives (12 hours)

Select four courses in consultation with an advisor: TEC 447 - Vehicle Interior Systems Design 3(3-0) TEC 448 - Vehicle Chassis and Suspension Systems 3(3-0) TEC 449 - Vehicle Power Train Propulsion Systems 3(3-0) TEC 450 - Vehicle Electrical and Lighting Systems 3(3-0) TEC 451 - Vehicle HVAC Systems 3(3-0)

Total: 69 semester hours

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