University Catalogue

Curriculum in Industrial Technology

Leading to the Degree of Associate of Applied Science

Construction Technology Concentration

(see footnotes at bottom)


FIRST YEAR

First Semester

ENGL 101G Freshman Composition 3 hours
MATH 151/161G College Algebra with FundamentalsCollege Algebra 3 hours
††IT 111 Engineering Drafting with Computer Assisted Design 3 hours
††OSHE 111 Introduction to Occupational Safety and Health,
and Environment
3 hours
††CTEC 101 Construction Industry Systems 3 hours
SE 101 Freshman Academic Success at Southeastern 2 hours
  Total: 17 hours

 

Second Semester

ENGL 102G Critical Reading and Writing 3 hours
MATH 162 Plane Trigonometry 3 hours
CMPS 173 Software for Management of Data                             3 hours
††CTEC 111 Construction Graphics 3 hours
††CTEC 121 Construction Materials 3 hours
††Technical
Elective2
  3 hours
  Total: 18 hours


 

SECOND  YEAR

First Semester

PHYS 191 General Physics 3 hours
PLAB 193 General Physics Laboratory 1 hour
COMM 211 or
COMM 215G
Introduction to Public Speaking
Introduction to Interpersonal Communication             
3 hours
PSYC 101 or
SOC 101
General Psychology I
Introductory Sociology
3 hours
††CTEC 201 Project Management 3 hours
††Technical
Elective2
  3 hours
  Total: 16 hours

 

Second Semester

CHEM 101G General Chemistry I 3 hours
CLAB 103 General Chemistry Laboratory I                       1 hour
††IT 291 or
IT 292
Industrial Internship
Independent Study
3 hours
††Technical
Elective2
  6 hours
††CTEC 271 Construction Estimating I 3 hours
  Total: 16 hours

 

 

Total semester hours required 67

Southeastern 101 is not required of transfer or readmitted Southeastern students with 30 hours or more. Those students will replace Southeastern 101 with 2 hours of electives.

GGeneral Education Courses

††A "C" (2.0 minimum GPA) must be earned in all major courses and professional electives.
1Social/Behavioral Sciences course must be selected by students in consultation with their advisors.
2Technical electives must be selected by students in consultation with their advisors.