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Computer Science

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The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree program is designed to provide the foundation necessary for computer science graduates to succeed in the computing profession as well as in graduate school. You can view course rotations here: Current, Previous. The following concentrations are offered in this degree program:

 

Scientific Concentration:2014-2015 Curriculum Sheet

Pre-MBA Concentration:2014-2015 Curriculum Sheet
(previously Information Systems)

 

The Bachelor of Science in Information Technology degree program features similar computer science coursework, but less math. It also includes an "Application Area" which allows student an opportunity to applied what they have learned to a specific discipline. High achieving students can apply for the ACE program (Accelerated Computing Engagement) program which is a pathway to earning the Bachelor's in Information Technology in three years and includes several perks including a direct opportunity to an internship experience. The most current curriculum sheet can be found here:  

 

2014-2015 Curriculum Sheet

 

 

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Engineering Technology

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This Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology degree program combines the application of scientific and engineering knowledge with engineering methods and technical skills to prepare the graduates for a variety of industrial and government workforce needs.

          An Engineering Technology program differs from a classic Engineering program in that it is more applied and focused on applications of technology while an Engineering program is focused more on theoretical fundamentals that can lead to the development of new technology. The objective of the Engineering Technology Program is to emphasize engineering technology fundamentals bolstered by practical experiences, and to prepare students for engineering and technology related professions, advanced education, and lifelong learning. The program will stress the application of sciences to the solution of technological problems, technical knowledge, problem solving skills, and implementation skills. The following concentrations or specialized areas of study are offered within this program:

 

Mechanical Engineering Technology Concentration: 2014-2015 Curriculum Sheet

Computer Engineering Technology Concentration:  2014-2015 Curriculum Sheet

Construction Engineering Technology Concentration: 2014-2015 Curriculum Sheet

Energy Engineering Technology Concentration:  2014-2015 Curriculum Sheet

 

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Industrial Technology

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The Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology degree program is a management-oriented technical curriculum built upon a balanced program of studies drawn form a variety of disciplines related to manufacturing technology.

             The Industrial Technology graduate is a professional industrial technologist with a broad technical and managerial background. Typically included in this background are a functional knowledge and understanding of materials and production processes; industrial management and human relations; communication skills, the physical sciences, mathematics, and current technical skills to enable the graduate to effectively meet technical, managerial , and industrial requirements. View the Industrial Technology course rotation HERE. Curriculum sheets are available for each of the Industrial Technology B. S. concentrations:

 

Automated Systems Concentration: 2014-2015 Curriculum Sheet

Drafting/Design Concentration:2014-2015 Curriculum Sheet

Supervision:2014-2015 Curriculum Sheet

 

Associate of Applied Science in Industrial Technology

 

The Associate of Applied Science in Industrial Technology degree program is designed to enable graduates to enter various fields of industry after completing two years of study. Graduates may also elect to continue their education in the four-year degree Manufacturing Technology Concentrations. Graduates of the two-year curriculum will be awarded the degree of Associate of Applied Science. Curriculum sheets are available for each of the Industrial Technology Associate concentrations:

 

Construction Technology Concentration: 2014-2015 Curriculum Sheet 
Drafting/Design Concentration: 2014-2015 Curriculum Sheet  
Supervision Concentration: 2014-2015 Curriculum Sheet  
OSHE: 2014-2015 Curriculum Sheet  

 

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Occupational Safety, Health and Environment

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The Bachelor of Science in Occupational Safety, Health, and Environment (OSH&E) degree program is designed to provide an academically comprehensive curriculum that prepares graduates with the ability and competency to become highly qualified safety, industrial hygiene, and environmental professionals. 
 

2014-2015 Curriculum Sheet

 

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Minors


The Department of Computer Science and Industrial Technology offers the following minors: Computing, Industrial Technology and OSHE.

 

Computing Minors

 

The Computer Science minor consists of the following eighteen semester hours of coursework in Computer Science:

 

  • CMPS 161 Algorithm Design and Implementation I
  • CMPS 257 Discrete Structures
  • CMPS 280 Algorithm Design and Implementation II
  • CMPS 285 Software Engineering
  • CMPS 390 Data Structures
  • CMPS 401 Survey of Programming Languages or CMPS 411 Capstone I or CMPS 439 Database Systems or CMPS 450 Spatial Database Systems and Applications

 

The Applied Computer Science minor consists of eighteen semester hours of coursework in Computer Science:

 

  • CMPS 161 Algorithm Design and Implementation I
  • CMPS 280 Algorithm Design and Implementation II
  • CMPS 285 Software Engineering
  • CMPS 294 Internet Programming
  • Two of the following courses: CMPS 209 Intro to Applied Networking, CMPS 315 System Administration, CMPS 329 Computer Networking and Security, CMPS 394 Web Systems and Technology.

 

The Computer Technology minor consists of eighteen semester hours of coursework in Computer Science:

 

  • CMPS 110 Computer Literacy
  • CMPS 234 Intro to Applied DMS
  • CMPS 225 Software Applications
  • CMPS 101 Intro to Computer Science or CMPS 120 Visual Programming or CMPS 161 Algorithm Design and Implementation I
  • (CMPS 209 Intro to Applied Networking and CMPS 235 Website Design and Contruction) OR (CMPS 233 Desktop Publishing and CMPS 333 Advanced Desktop Publishing)

 

Industrial Technology Minor

 

The Industrial Technology minor consists of twenty-one semester hours of coursework from the following in Industrial Technology:

 

  • IT 111 Engineering Drafting
  • IT 112 Descriptive Geometry
  • IT 233 Basic Electricity and Electronics
  • IT 242 Materials and Processes
  • IT 264 Industrial Fluid Power
  • OSHE 111 Introduction to OSH&E or IT 311 Industrial Design
  • IT 308 Production Planning and Control or IT 402 Industrial Supervision

 

OSH&E Minors

 

The OSH&E - Safety minor consists of the following eighteen credit hours (six courses) of coursework in OSH&E:

 

  • OSHE 111 Introduction to OSH&E
  • OSHE 112 Design of Hazard or OSHE 121 Safety and Health Program Management and Administration
  • OSHE 231 Safety Laws, Regulations, and Standards
  • OSHE 261 Fire Protection and Prevention
  • OSHE 311 Safety & Health Program Development or OSHE 322 Behavioral Aspects of Safety or OSHE 323 Product Safety and Liability or OSHE 381 Safety in Chemical and Process Industries or OSHE 382 Construction Safety
  • OSHE 421 Measurement of Safety Performance and Accident Investigation and Analysis or OSHE 424 System Safety Methodologies

 

The OSH&E - Health minor consists of the following eighteen credit hours (six courses) of coursework in OSH&E:

 

  • OSHE 111 Introduction to OSHE
  • OSHE 141 Principles of Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology
  • OSHE 242 Ergonomics
  • OSHE 322 Behavioral Aspects of Safety
  • OSHE 341 Field Methods of Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology
  • OSHE 441 Industrial Toxicology

 

The OSH&E - Environment minor consists of the following eighteen credit hours (six courses) of coursework in OSH&E:

 

  • OSHE 111 Introduction to OSHE
  • OSHE 141 Principles of Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology
  • OSHE 251 Environmental Laws and Regulations
  • OSHE 341 Field Methods of Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology
  • OSHE 451 Hazardous Materials Management
  • OSHE 452 Pollution Fundamentals and Control Technology

 

 

 

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