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IET 426 - Plant Layout and Materials Handling 3(3-0) IET 428 - Manufacturing Quality 3(3-0) IET 561 - Light Frame Construction Workshop 3(0-6)

Mechanical Design and Engineering IET 154 - Engineering Design Graphics 3(2-2) IET 350 - Mechanism Design 3(2-2) IET 354 - Descriptive Geometry 3(2-2) IET 359 - Computer-Aided Drafting 3(2-2) IET 379 - Mechanics of Materials 3(3-0) IET 450 - Machine Design Graphics 3(2-2) IET 451 - Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 3(2-2) IET 455 - Tool Design 3(2-2) IET 457 - Computer-Aided Design 3(2-2) IET 458 - Surface Modeling 3(2-2) IET 475 - Metallurgy and Materials Testing 3(2-2)

Graphics IET 143 - Introduction to Graphic Arts 3(2-2) IET 154 - Engineering Design Graphics 3(2-2) IET 343 - Line Photography and Beginning Offset 3(2-2) IET 346 - Screen Printing 3(2-2) IET 359 - Computer-Aided Drafting 3(2-2) IET 443 - Process Color Procedures 3(2-2) IET 446 - Advanced Camera Techniques 3(2-2) IET 475 - Metallurgy and Materials Testing 3(2-2)

Manufacturing/Production IET 225 - Manufacturing Process Planning 3(3-0) IET 326 - Manufacturing Methods Analysis 3(3-0) IET 359 - Computer-Aided Drafting 3(2-2) IET 375 - Robotics 3(2-2) IET 377 - Computer Numerical Control Programming 3(2-2) IET 426 - Plant Layout and Materials Handling 3(3-0) IET 428 - Manufacturing Quality 3(3-0) IET 475 - Metallurgy and Materials Testing 3(2-2) IET 477 - Advanced Computer Numerical Control Programming

3(2-2)

Total: 21 semester hours

Information Technology Minor

A minor in Information Technology may not be approved for students with majors in Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Computer Technology, or the joint major, Computer Science- Mathematics. A minor in Information Technology will be approved for students with a major in Computer Science only if another major or minor outside of the department is also obtained.

Required Courses I (9 hours) Select one of the following options:

Option A CPS 110 - Information Technology Programming I 3(3-0) CPS 280 - Alternative Programming Languages 1-6(Spec) ITC 111 - Information Technology Programming II 3(3-0) Note: 3 hours of CPS 280 is required.

Option B CPS 180 - Principles of Computer Programming 3(3-0) CPS 181 - Introduction to Data Structures 3(3-0) CPS 280 - Alternative Programming Languages 1-6(Spec) Note: 3 hours of CPS 280 is required.

Required Courses II (6 hours) ITC 190 - Computer Hardware Concepts, Installation, Configuration,

and Support 3(3-0) ITC 191 - Computer Software Concepts, Installation, Configuration,

and Support 3(3-0)

Other Requirements (3 hours)

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

Undergraduate Programs

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Electives (6 hours)

Select two of the following: CPS 282 - Introduction to Multimedia Design 3(3-0) CPS 395 - Internship in Computer Science 1-9(Spec) CPS 420 - Windows Programming 3(3-0) CPS 482 - Advanced Multimedia Design 3(3-0) ITC 265 - Basics of Data Communications and Computer Networks

3(3-1) ITC 320 - Web-Based Applications 3(3-0) ITC 341 - Introduction to Databases and Applications 3(3-0) ITC 365 - Introduction to Data Communications and Computer

Networks 3(3-0) ITC 383 - Computer Game Design 3(3-0) ITC 441 - - Database Administration 3(3-0) ITC 465 - Network Administration and Security 3(3-0) ITC 466 - System Administration and Automation 3(3-0)

Total: 24 semester hours

Leadership Minor

The Leadership minor is a 24 credit hour interdisciplinary pro- gram that includes both theoretical and experiential components. The major objective of the program is to educate students for and about leadership and prepare them to acquire leadership positions in their community and profession. The minor comple- ments a wide variety of academic programs such as: health professions, business, political science, recreation, parks and leisure services, military science, communication, and education. Contact the Department of Recreation, Parks and Leisure Services Administration at 774-1939 or see the advisor in Finch 213.

Required Courses I (9-12 hours) COM 461 - Communication in Leadership 3(3-0) LDR 200 - Introduction to Leadership 3(2-2) LDR 402 - Applications of Leadership 3-6(Spec)

Required Courses II (3 hours)

Select one of the following: PHL 118 - Moral Problems 3(3-0) PHL 218 - Ethical Theory 3(3-0) PHL 318 - Business Ethics 3(3-0)

Electives (9-12 hours)

Choose one course from each of the three elective tracks listed below. The fourth course may be selected from any of the tracks, or LDR 402 can be taken for six credits, three of which count in the core requirements, the other three credits would count as elective credits. Elective tracks and courses to be selected in consultation with an advisor.

Track 1 - Understanding Human Behavior and Development

Courses in this track provide a study of the theories, frameworks, and research that assist in the understanding and prediction of human behavior. Each course addresses aspects of how behavior develops through normal maturation processes, the identifica- tion of traits and behavior to meet environmental demands or personal goals.

EDU 280 - Education of Children 3(3-0) HDF 100 - Human Growth and Development: Lifespan 3(3-0) MSL 102 - Basic Leadership 2(1-2) PSC 101 - Political Behavior 3(3-0) PSC 235 - Politics and Personality 3(3-0) PSY 100 - Introduction to Psychology 3(3-0) PSY 220 - Developmental Psychology 3(3-0) PSY 340 - Studies in Personality 3(3-0)

Note: You may count only one of EDU 280, HDF 100, or PSY 220.

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