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Associate of Applied Science in Industrial Technology (Engineering Graphics Concentration)

The Associate of Applied Science in Industrial Technology with Concentration in Engineering Graphics provides the graduate with the skills needed to enter the broad field of engineering graphics. The degree prepares individuals to function as entry level graphics specialists, and includes instruction on types of views, line and dimensioning standards, and spatial relationships of surfaces as typically used in engineering, industry, and architecture. The curriculum emphasizes 2-D and 3-D techniques, as well as computer software programs used in industry.

Learning Outcomes:

Recipients of the Associate of Applied Science in Industrial Technology Engineering Graphics Concentration will have demonstrated:

  1. mastery of engineering graphics knowledge and techniques typically used in industry;
  2. the ability to interact with engineers, architects, and other technical professionals in the field;
  3. knowledge and skills in technology, staying abreast with the ever-increasing demands of industry, and opportunities for professional growth and advancement; and
  4. skills necessary to fill highly-specialized vacancies in industry, manufacturing, construction, and engineering.

Required courses for Associate of Applied Science in Industrial Technology with Concentration in Engineering Graphics


Freshman Year
First Semester Hours
MATH 129: Applied Technical Mathematics  3
or MATH 112:   Trigonometry
ENGL 101: Composition and Rhetoric I 3
TEED 140: Engineering Graphics 3
TEED 143: Introductory 3
TEED 101: Basic Electricity and Laboratory 4
    16
     
Second Semester Hours
MATH 101: Applied Algebra for College Students  3
or MATH 102:   College Algebra 
TEED 102: Semiconductor Electronics and Laboratory 4
TEED 142: Industrial Graphics 3
TEED 144: Intermediate Computer Drafting 3
  Social Science Elective 3
    16
     
Sophomore Year
First Semester Hours
PHSC 105: Elemental Physics   
 or PHYS 201:   General Physics I 3
TEED 160: 3D Computer Drafting 3
TEED 161: SolidWorks 3D 3
TEED 171: Graphics Modeling I 3
SPCH 110: Principles of Speech 3
    15
     
Sophomore Year
Second Semester Hours
TEED 150: Pneumatics 3
or TEED 153: Hydraulics/Fluid Dynamics with Lab
TEED 158: Computer Drafting Applications & Lab 4
TEED 172: Graphics Modeling II 3
TEED 280: Engineering Graphics Internship 3
  Humanities Elective 3
    16
     
Total Credit Hours 63
     
* For transfer to a four-year institution, students are strongly advised to take MATH 102 instead of MATH 101. Students must seek the assistance of their advisor to determine the appropriate mathematics course. 
Students must demonstrate competency in computer literacy during the course of the degree program as integrated into the curriculum plan.

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