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Elizabeth City State University 2012-2014

Message from the Chancellor

Academic Calendars

Corresponding Directory

General Information

Enrollment Management and Retention

Admissions and Recruitment

Student Financial Aid and Scholarships

University Registrar

Transient Credit

University Retention

Office of Admissions

Financial Aid Programs

Office of The University Registrar

University Retention

Student Affairs

Business & Finance

Institutional Advancement

Information Technology

Academic Support Centers

Academic Support Services

Community Support Services

Student Support Services

Academic Programs and Studies

Division of Academic Affairs

Departments & Schools

Department of General Studies

Department of Military Science

School of Arts & Humanities

Departments

Degrees offered

Department of Art

Department of History & Political Science

Department of Language, Literature & Communication

Department of Music

Department of Criminal Justice, Sociology and Social Work

Walter R. Davis School of Business & Economics

Dr. Helen Marshall Caldwell School of Education and Psychology

Department of Education

Birth through Kindergarten

Program Goals and Objectives

MAJOR: B.S.Ed. Degree in Birth through Kindergarten (BK): Teacher Education Concentration

MAJOR: B.S.Ed. Degree in Birth through Kindergarten (BK): Child, Family, and Community Concentration

Special Education General Curriculum (K-12)

Elementary Education K-6

Middle Grades Education 6-9

Office of Teacher Education

Department of Health and Physical Education

Department of Psychology School of Education & Psychology

School of Mathematics, Science & Technology

Departments

Degrees offered

Department of Biology and Marine Environmental Science

Department of Chemistry, Geology, and Physics

Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Department of Pharmacy and Health Professions

Department of Technology

Opportunities for Graduates

Accreditations

Transfer Students

MAJOR: B.S. Degree in Engineering Technology with Concentration in Computer and Information Technology

MAJOR: B.S. Degree in Engineering Technology with Concentration in Mechanical and Automation

MAJOR: B.S. Degree in Industrial Technology

Aviation Science Program

Course Descriptions

Accounting Course Descriptions

Art Course Descriptions

ART 100: Art Foundations (3) (F)

ART 101: Graphic Design I (3) (S)

ART 102: Drawing I (3) (F; S)

ART 103: Drawing II (3) (F; S)

ART 111: Three-Dimensional Design (3) (F)

ART 201: Graphic Design II (3) (F)

ART 202: Graphic Design III (3) (S)

ART 210: Typography I (3) (F)

ART 220: Painting I (3) (F)

ART 221: Painting II (3) (S)

ART 230: Sculpture I (3) (F)

ART 231: Sculpture II (3) (S)

ART 260: Printmaking I (3) (F)

ART 261: Printmaking II (3) (F; S)

ART 295: Museum Studies I (3) (F)

ART 296: Museum Studies II (3) (S)

ART 301: Graphic Design IV (3) (F)

ART 302: Graphic Design V (3) (S)

ART 310: Typography II (3) (F)

ART 333: Imaging I (3)

ART 340: Photography I (3) (F; S;SS)

ART 341: Photography II (3) (F; S;SS)

ART 350: Ceramics I (3) (F)

ART 351: Ceramics II (3) (F)

ART 370: Jewelry I (3) (S)

ART 371: Jewelry II (3) (S)

ART 376: Glass I (3) (F)

ART 377: Glass II (3) (F)

ART 390: Fashion Illustration (3) (F or S)

ART 393: Fashion Design I (3) (F;S)

ART 394: Fashion Design II (3) (F;S)

ART 397: Exhibition Design (3) (S)

ART 398: Introduction to Methods in Museum Education (3) (F;S)

ART 400: Advanced Studio I (3) (F; S)

ART 401: Advanced Studio II (3) (F; S)

ART 402: Advanced Studio III (3) (F; S)

ART 403: Advanced Studio IV (3) (F; S)

ART 406: Internship in Art (A,G,M & T) (3) (F; S; SS)

ART 409: Senior Portfolio/Show (3) (S)

ART 445: Filmmaking (3) (S)

ART 450: Introduction to Art Therapy (3) (F)

ART 451: Methodologies of Art Therapy (3) (S)

ART 452: Sensation & Perception in Art Therapy (3)

ART 480: Interior Design (3) (F;S)

ART 485: Arts Management (3) (F)

ART 490: Fibers (3) (F;S)

ART 498: Graphic Design Applied Theory (3) (F) *

ART 499: Graphic Design Seminar (3) (F) *

Art History Course Descriptions

Aviation Science Course Descriptions

ATC 101: Introduction to Air Traffic Control

ATC 200: Control Tower Operations I

ATC 205: Control Tower Operations II

ATC 250: Terminal Radar Operations I

ATC 255: Terminal Radar Operations II

ATC 300: Advanced Control Terminal Operations

ATC 350: Advanced Terminal Radar Operations

ATC 400: Non Radar Operations

AVI 100: Introduction to Aviation (3)

AVI 220: Air Transportation (3)

AVI 230: Aviation Management (3)

AVI 232: Aviation Safety (3)

AVI 250: Basic Aerodynamics (3)

AVI 260: Aviation Human Factors (3)

AVI 314: Aviation Meteorology (3)

AVI 315: Aviation Legislation (3)

AVI 330: Ethics in Aviation (3)

AVI 340: Corporate Flight Operations (3)

AVI 350: Advanced Aerodynamics (3)

AVI 360: Transition to the Aviation/Aerospace Industry (3)

AVI 416: National Airspace System (3)

AVI 420: Crew Resource Management (3)

AVI 460: Aviation Internship (3)

AVI 465: Aviation Capstone (Senior Project) (2)

AVI 470: Independent Study in Aviation (3)

AVI 475: Topics in Aviation/Aerospace (3)

Avionics Course Descriptions

Flight Course Descriptions

Space Science Course Descriptions

Banking & Finance Course Descriptions

Biology Course Descriptions

BIOL 101: General Biology for Majors I (4) (F)

BIOL 102: General Biology for Majors II (4) (S)

BIOL 201: Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (4) (F)

BIOL 204: Instrumentation in Biology (1) (S)

BIOL 207: Human Anatomy (4) (S)

BIOL 208: Human Nutrition (3) (F;S)

BIOL 210: Genetics (3) (F;S)

BIOL 211: Organic Evolution (3) (F;S)

BIOL 215: Anatomy & Physiology I (4) (F)

BIOL 216: Anatomy & Physiology II (4) (S)

BIOL 250: Biological Orientation (1) (F;S)

BIOL 300: General Ecology (3) (F)

BIOL 301: General Zoology (4) (F;S)

BIOL 302: General Botany (4) (F;S)

BIOL 303: Parasitology (3) (F;S)

BIOL 308: Introduction to Molecular Forensic Science (3) (S)

BIOL 307: Human Physiology (4) (F;S)

BIOL 341: Microbiology (4) (F;S)

BIOL 345: Plant Systematics (3) (S)

BIOL 350: Introduction to Experimental Methods (3) (F;S)

BIOL 352: Frontiers in Molecular Biology (3) (F;S)

BIOL 355: Career Entry Seminar (2) (F;S)

BIOL 380: Cell Biology (3) (F;S)

BIOL 394: Biodiversity (3) (F;S)

BIOL 395: Introduction to Neuroscience (3) (F)

BIOL 401: Plant Physiology (3) (S)

BIOL 405: Animal Biotechnology (4) (F)

BIOL 406: Plant Biotechnology (4) (S)

BIOL 442: Developmental Biology (3) (S)

BIOL 443: Principles of Immunology (3) (S)

BIOL 450: Advanced Techniques in Biotechnology (4) (F)

BIOL 460: Advanced Experimental Methods (4) (S)

BIOL 485: Medical Terminology (1) (F;S)

BIOL 486: Scientific Writing (1) (F)

BIOL 487: Statistical Applications in the Sciences (3) (F;S)

BIOL 488: Computer Applications in the Sciences (1) (F;S)

BIOL 489: Special Problems in Biology (1) (F;S)

BIOL 490: Ethics in Biotechnology (1) (F;S)

BIOL 491: Bioethics in Healthcare (3) (F;S)

BIOL 493 Field Experience in Biological Science (3) (F;S)

BIOL 495: Biology Seminar (1) (F;S)

BIOL 496: Science and Human Values (1 or 2) (F;S)

BIOL 499: Biological Research (1 or 2) (F;S)

Business Administration Course Descriptions

Chemistry Course Descriptions

Communications Studies Course Descriptions

Computer Science Course Descriptions

Criminal Justice Course Descriptions

Economics Course Descriptions

Education Course Descriptions

EDUC 160: Pre-Professional Studies III: Praxis I Reading (2) (F;S;SS)

EDUC 170: Pre-Professional Studies III: Praxis I Mathematics (2) (F;S;SS)

EDUC 201: Foundations of Education (3) (F;S)

EDUC 180: Pre-Professional III: Praxis I Writing (2) (F;S)

EDUC 203: Introduction to Computer Instructional Technology (3) (F;S)

EDUC 210: Professional Studies I: Introduction to Education (3) (F;S;SS)

EDUC 225: Exploration in Mathematics (3) (F;S;SS)

EDUC 250: Introduction to Reading (3) (F;S;SS)

EDUC 211- Field Experience

ELEM 300: Reading & Language Arts (3) (F, S, SS)

ELEM 301: Reading Practicum (2) (F)

EDUC 310: Professional Studies II: Special Education & Diverse Learners (3) (F;S;SS)

EDUC 349: Classroom Management Techniques (3) (F;S)

EDUC 350: Teaching Intermediate & Content Reading (3) (F;S;SS)

EDUC 351: Intermediate and Content Reading Field Experience (P/F) (F;S)

EDUC 360: Teaching and Assessment (3)

EDUC 410: Professional Studies IV: Instructional Leadership and Methods (3) (F;S)

EDUC 411: Professional Studies IV: Instructional Leadership and Methods Field Experience (3) (F;S)

EDUC 412: The Middle School: Methods, Materials and Observation (3) (F)

EDUC 424: Art Education Materials and Methods (3) (F)

EDUC 428: Music Methods in the Elementary School (3) (F;S)

EDUC 429: Music Methods in the Secondary School (3) (F;S)

EDUC 430: Secondary Instructional Methods (9-12) (3) (F;S)

EDUC 433: Observation and Supervised Teaching in Elementary Education (K-6) (12) (F;S)

*EDUC 434: Teaching Science in the Elementary School (3) (F;S)

*EDUC 436: Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School (3) (F;S)

EDUC 437: Observation and Supervised Teaching in the Middle School (6-9) (6) (F;S)

EDUC 440: Methods and Materials of Teaching Physical Education (3) (F;S)

EDUC 441: Clinical Praxis I: Elementary Placement (PreK - 5) (1) (F;S)

EDUC 442: Clinical Praxis II: Secondary Placement (6-12) (1) (F;S)

EDUC 443: Observation and Supervised Teaching in Music (6) (F;S)

EDUC 460: Professional Studies V: Portfolio Development (3) (F;S;M)

EDUC 464: Observation and Supervised Teaching in Mathematics (6) (F;S)

EDUC 466: Observation and Supervised Teaching in Social Sciences (6) (F;S)

EDUC 467: Observation and Supervised Teaching in Language Arts/English (6) (F;S)

EDUC 469: Observation and Supervised Teaching in Art (6) (F;S)

EDUC 470: Observation and Supervised Teaching in Physical Education and Health (K-12) (6) (F;S)

EDUC 473: Observation and Supervised Teaching in Special Education/General Curriculum (K-12) (6) (F;S)

EDUC 474: Observation and Supervised Teaching in Health and Physical Education (6) (F;S)

EDUC 476: Observation and Supervised Teaching in Biology (6) (F;S)

EDUC 478: Seminar in Contemporary Educational Issues (P/F) (F;S)

EDUC 479: Multicultural Education (3) (F;S;SS)

EDUC 490: Internship: Teacher Preparation (3) (F;S;SS)

EDUC 491/492/493: Independent Study (1; 2; 3)

EDUC 499: Problems in Education (1-3) (F;S;SS)

Birth - Kindergarten Course Descriptions

Reading Course Descriptions

Special Education Course Descriptions

Elementary Education Course Descriptions

Engineering Technology Course Descriptions

English Course Descriptions

Environmental Science Course Descriptions

Flight Course Descriptions

Foreign Languages Course Descriptions

French Course Descriptions

General Education Course Descriptions

GE 122/122T: Freshman Seminar (1) (F;S;SS)

GE English Course Descriptions

GE Math Course Descriptions

GE Art Course Descriptions

GE Music Course Descriptions

GE History Course Descriptions

GE Geography Course Descriptions

GE Physical Science Course Descriptions

GE Biology Course Descriptions

GE Geology Course Descriptions

GE Physical Education Course Descriptions

Geography Course Descriptions

Geology Course Descriptions

Global Studies Course Descriptions

Health Course Descriptions

History Course Descriptions

HIST 200: Introduction to History (3) (F;S)

HIST 250: African American History to 1877 (3) (F;S)

HIST 251: African American History since 1877 (3) (S)

HIST 255: American History to 1877 (3) (F;S;SS)

HIST 256: American History Since 1877 (3) (F;S;SS)

HIST 330: History of Christianity

HIST 331: African-American Religion and the Church (3)

HIST 332: Global Religion (3)

HIST 341: Colonial American Studies in the Greater Atlantic World, 1492-1763 (3) (S, Odd)

HIST 351: Early America: From Colonies to Early Republic, 1607-1815 (3) (S, Even)

HIST 352: 19th Century America: Struggle of States Rights and Federalism, 1800-1877 (3) (F, Odd)

HIST 353: The Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 1877-1929 (3) (S)

HIST 358: The Making of Modern America: 1930-Present (3) (S)

HIST 360 : History of American Foreign Relations to 1914 (3) (F)

HIST 361: History of American Foreign Relations since 1914 (3) (S)

HIST 376: History of North Carolina (3) (F; S)

HIST 383: Ancient and Medieval Civilization (3) (F, Odd)

HIST 384: The Birth of Modern Europe, 1350-1789 (3) (S, Even)

HIST 385: Modern European History 1789-1918 (3) (F, Even)

HIST 386: Europe Since 1918 (3) (S, Odd)

HIST 389: Oral History (3)

HIST 395: Independent Readings in History (1) (2) (3)

HIST 397: Historical Methods and Historiography (3)

HIST 465: History of Modern Asia (3) (F)

HIST 467: Modern Russian History (3) (S)

HIST 473: Africa: Past and Present (3) (F)

HIST 475: History of the Middle East (3)

HIST 477: History of Latin America (3) (F)

HIST 489: Historic Site Interpretation (3) (S)

HIST 490: Internship in History (3) (6)

HIST 491: Teaching History (3) (F)

HIST 494: Special Topics in African American History (3)

HIST 495: Special Topics in American History (3)

HIST 496: Special Topics in European History (3) (F; S)

HIST 497: Special Topics in World History (3)

HIST 498: Special Topics in African History (3) (S)

HIST 499: History Seminar (3) (F)

Journalism Course Descriptions

Management Course Descriptions

Management Information Systems Course Descriptions

Marine Environmental Science Course Descriptions

Marketing Course Descriptions

Mass Communications Course Descriptions

Mathematics Course Descriptions

Military Science Course Descriptions

Music Course Descriptions

MUS 015: University Basketball Band (0 or 1) (S)

MUS 101: Student Recitals (0) (F;S)

MUS 103: Aural Skills I (1) (F;S)

MUS 104: Aural Skills II (1) (S)

MUS 108: Music Theory I: Introduction To Functional Harmony (2) (F; S)

MUS 109: Music Theory II: Diatonic Harmony (2) (S)

MUS 110: Piano Class for Beginners I (1) (F;S)

MUS 111: Piano Class for Beginners II (1) (F;S)

MUS 112: Piano Class for Beginners III (1) (F)

MUS 113: Piano Class for Beginners IV (1) (S)

MUS 116: Introduction to Music Industry Studies (3) (F)

MUS 118: Music Theory Rudiments I (1) (F;S)

MUS 123: Voice Class (1) (S)

MUS 126: Voice Diction (1) (F)

MUS 200: University Marching Band (0 or 1) (F)

MUS 202: Music Industry Practicum (3) (S) (Music Majors Only)

MUS 203: Aural Skills III (1) (F)

MUS 204: Aural Skills IV (1) (S)

MUS 208: Music Theory III: Chromatic Harmony (2) (F)

MUS 209: Music Theory IV: Chromatic And Post-Tonal Music (2) (S)

MUS 210: Brass Ensemble (0 or 1) (F;S)

MUS 211: Jazz Theory (2) (S) (Offered on Demand)

MUS 212: The African-American in Music (2) (F;S;SS) (Open to all Majors)

MUS 213: Church Music I (2) (F;S)

MUS 214: Church Music II (2) (F;S)

MUS 215: Introduction to the Recording Studio (2) (F)

MUS 220: Woodwind Ensemble (0 or 1) (F;S)

MUS 221: String Chamber Ensemble (1) (F;S) (Offered on Demand)

MUS 225: Music Technology (2) (S) (Music Majors Only)

MUS 227: Fundamentals of Music (1) (F;S)

MUS 230: Percussion Ensemble (0 or 1) (F;S)

MUS 231: String Class (1) (F)

MUS 233: Afro-Latin-American Percussion Techniques and Methods (1) (F;S) (Offered on Demand)

MUS 240: Collegians (Jazz Ensemble) (0 or 1) (F;S)

MUS 250: Collegium Musicum (1) (F;S) (Offered on Demand)

MUS 260: Orchestra (0-1) (F;S)

MUS 300: University Choir (0 or 1) (F;S)

MUS 304: History of American Popular Music (2) (F) (Offered on Demand)

MUS 305: Music History I - Early through Classical (3) (F)

MUS 306: Music History II - Classical to Contemporary (3) (S)

MUS 307: A Study of Non-Western Music (1) (F) (Open to all Majors)

MUS 308: Tonal Counterpoint (3) (F)

MUS 309: Form And Analysis (3) (S)

MUS 310: Choral Ensemble (0 or 1) (F;S)

MUS 312: Orchestration (2) (S)

MUS 315: Popular Songwriting (2) (S) (Offered on Demand)

MUS 319: Music Merchandising & Marketing (3) (F) (Music Majors Only)

MUS 321: Music Multimedia Applications (2) (S)

MUS 322: Chamber Music Literature for Strings (1) (F;S) (Open to all Majors; Offered on Demand)

MUS 338: Conducting (1) (S)

MUS 345: Brass Class (1) (S) (Music Majors Only)

MUS 346: Woodwind Class (1) (S) (Music Majors Only)

MUS 347: Percussion Class (1) (F) (Music Majors Only)

MUS 354: Audio Engineering I (2) (F) (Music Majors Only)

MUS 355: Audio Engineering II (2) (S) (Music Majors Only)

MUS 357: String Pedagogy (1) (F;S) (Music Majors Only; Offered on Demand)

MUS 400: Senior Recital (1) (F;S)

MUS 401: University Symphonic Wind Ensemble (0 or 1) (F;S)

MUS 408: Music Theory VII: Tonal Chromaticism to Serialism (3) (Offered on Demand)

MUS 409: Music Theory VIII: Contemporary Music (3) (Offered on Demand)

MUS 410: Composition I (2) (S)

MUS 411: Composition II (2) (F)

MUS 412: Composition III (2) (S)

MUS 417: Music Industry Internship (3) (F;S;SS) (Music Majors Only)

MUS 428: Piano Literature (1) (Offered on Demand)

MUS 429: Piano Accompanying (1)

MUS 430: Piano Pedagogy (1)

MUS 431: Music Business Seminar (3) (F) (Music Majors Only)

MUS 435: Special Topics in Music Education (1-2) (F;S;SS)

MUS 436: Special Topics in Music Business (1-2) (F; S;SS)

MUS 437: Special Topics in Sound Recording Technology (1-2) (F; S;SS)

MUS 438: Special Topics in Music with Emphasis in Performance (1-2) (F; S;SS)

MUS 439: Special Topics in Music with Emphasis in Composition (1-2) (F;S;SS)

MUS 440: Independent Study (1-3) (F;S;SS) (Music Majors Only)

MUS 446: Instrumental Techniques and Conducting (1) (F)

MUS 447: Choral Techniques and Conducting (1) (F)

MUS 454: Studio Production Seminar (3) (F) (Music Majors Only)

MUS 456: Church Music (2) (Offered on Demand)

MUS Ensemble: (Small or Large) (1)

Music, Applied Course Descriptions

News Media Course Descriptions

Pharmaceutical Science Course Descriptions

Philosophy Course Descriptions

Physical Education Course Descriptions

PE 200: Theory of Coaching Football (3) (F;S)

PE 201: Coaching Basketball (3) (F;S)

PE 206: Coaching Baseball/Softball (2) (S)

PE 208: Step Aerobics (2) (F;S;SS)

PE 209: Water Aerobics (2) (S;SS)

PE 210: Applied Anatomy and Physiology (3) (F)

PE 210L: Applied Anatomy and Physiology Lab (1) (F)

PE 239: Introduction to Physical Education (2) (F)

PE 240: Team Sports I (1) (F)

PE 241: Individual Sports I (1) (F)

PE 274: Fundamentals of Self Defense (1) (F;S)

PE 276: Taekwon-Do (1) (F; SS)

PE 300: Exercise Physiology (3) (F;SS)

PE 302: Movement Education (2) (F;S)

PE 303: Fitness through Weight Training (2) (F;SS)

PE 363: Group Games and Rhythms (1) (F;S)

PE 368: Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries (2) (F)

PE 370: Kinesiology (3) (S;SS)

PE 371: Psychology of Coaching (3) (F)

PE 375: Management of Physical Education and Athletic Programs (3) (F)

PE 380-381: Sports Officiating I, II in Football & Basketball (3,3) (F;S;SS)

PE 382: Curriculum and Assessment (3) (S)

PE 383: Aquatic & Fitness (3) (S;SS)

PE 388: Lifesaving (3) (F;S)

PE 389: Water Safety (2) (F;S;SS)

PE 401: Motor Learning and Motor Behavior (3) (F;SS)

PE 403: Research in Physical Education (3) (F;S;SS)

PE 445: History and Principles of Physical Education (3) (S)

PE 447: Exercise Prescription and Testing (3) Lab (1) (F;S)

PE 470: Adapted Physical Education (3) (S;SS)

PE 471: Professional Seminar In Health Care Management (3) (F)

PE 495: Practicum In Physical/Occupation Therapy (8) (F;S;SS)

PE 496: Supervised Field Work In Coaching and Officiating (8) (F;S;SS)

PE 499: Aquatic & Fitness Internship (8) (F;S;SS)

PE 307: Teaching Lifetime Leisure Pursuits (1) (F:S)

PE 316: Teaching Fitness Education (2) (F:S)

Sport Management Course Descriptions

Physics Course Descriptions

Political Science Course Descriptions

Psychology Course Descriptions

Public Administration Course Descriptions

Public Health Course Descriptions

Religion Course Descriptions

Retirement Planning Course Descriptions

Social Work Course Descriptions

Sociology Course Descriptions

Space Science Course Descriptions

Spanish Course Descriptions

Speech Course Descriptions

Speech Pathology Course Descriptions

Statistics Course Descriptions

Technology Course Descriptions

TECH 100: Principles of Technology (3) (F)

TECH 105: Computer-Aided Drafting I (CAD I) (3) (S)

TECH 205: Electrical Circuits with Lab (4) (F)

TECH 220: Computer-Aided Drafting II (CAD II) (3) (F)

TECH 235: Analog Electronics with Lab (4) (S)

TECH 310: Mechanical Systems (3) (F)

TECH 335: Digital Electronics (4) (F)

TECH 350: Occupational Safety (3) (F)

TECH 355: Electromechanical Control (3) (S)

TECH 365: Microprocessors I (3) (S)

TECH 400: Operations Management (3) (F,S)

TECH 405: Automation and Robotics (4) (F)

TECH 410: Project Management (3) (S)

TECH 415: Plant Layout and Materials Handling (3) (S)

TECH 420: Computer-Aided Manufacturing (4) (F)

TECH 435: Mechanical Design (3) (S)

TECH 450: Quality Assurance (3) (F)

TECH 455: Senior Seminar (1) (F)

TECH 465: Microprocessors II (4) (F)

TECH 477: Research in Industrial Technology (3) (F;S;SS)

TECH 488: Internship/Cooperative Training in Industry (3-6) (F;S;SS)

TECH 499: Industrial Technology Senior Project (3) (S)

Engineering Technology Course Descriptions

ENGT 100: Introduction to Engineering Technology (3) (F)

ENGT 100: Introduction to Engineering Technology (3) (F)

ENGT 205: Circuit Analysis (4) (F)

ENGT 205: Circuit Analysis with Lab (4) (F)

ENGT 210: Materials and Processes (4) (F)

ENGT 215: PC Support Technology (3) (S)

ENGT 235: Analog Circuits with Lab (4) (S)

ENGT 235: Analog Circuits (4) (S)

ENGT 230: Material Science (3) (F)

ENGT 240: Applied Statics (3) (S)

ENGT 310: Applied Mechanics (4) (F)

ENGT 315: Operating Systems for Technology (3) (F)

ENGT 320: Applied Fluid Mechanics (3) (S)

ENGT 335: Digital Circuits (4) (F)

ENGT 340: Network Communication I (3) (F)

ENGT 345: Network Communications II (4) (S)

ENGT 350: Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) (3) (F)

ENGT 360: Control Systems and Instrumentation (4) (S)

ENGT 365:Computer Design and Implementation (4) (S)

ENGT 385: Strength of Materials (4) (S)

ENGT 405: Automation and Robotics (4) (F)

ENGT 415: Machine Design (3) (F)

ENGT 425: Thermal and Fluid Lab (1) (S)

ENGT 430: Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) (3) (F)

ENGT 440: Mobile and Wireless Network (3) (S)

ENGT 445: Network Communications III (4) (F)

ENGT 455: Senior Seminar (1) (F)

ENGT 460: Engineering Software Applications (3) (S)

ENGT 465: Microprocessors and Microcontrollers (4) (F)

ENGT 470: Network Administration and Security (4) (S)

ENGT 488: Internship (3) (F;S;SS)

ENGT 490: Project Management (3) (F;S)

ENGT 495: Research in Engineering Technology (3) (F;S;SS)

ENGT 499: Capstone Senior Project (3) (S)

Theatre Arts / Drama Course Descriptions

Foreign Languages Course Descriptions

Undergraduate Faculty

University Administration

Index