University Catalogue

Curriculum in Industrial Technology
Leading to the Degree of Associate of Applied Science
Supervision Concentration

(see footnotes at bottom)


FIRST YEAR

First Semester

ENGL 101 or
ENGL 101HG
Freshman Composition
Freshman Composition Honors
3 hours
MATH 151 or
MATH 161G
College Algebra with Fundamentals
College Algebra
3 hours
††IT 100 Introduction to Technology 3 hours
††IT 111 Engineering Drafting with Computer Assisted Design 3 hours
††OSHE 111 Introduction to Occupational Safety and Health,
and Environment
3 hours
SE 101 Freshman Academic Success at Southeastern 2 hours
  Total: 17 hours

 

Second Semester

ENGL 102 or
ENGL 102HG
Critical Reading and Writing
Critical Reading and Writing Honors
3 hours
MATH 162 Plane Trigonometry 3 hours
CMPS 173 Software for Management of Data                  3 hours
††IT 112 Descriptive Geometry 3 hours
††IT 242 Materials and Processes 3 hours
  Total: 15 hours


 

SECOND  YEAR

First Semester

PHYS 191G 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
††IT 233 Introduction to Basic Electricity and Electronics          3 hours
††IT 256 Principles and Metallurgy and Welding 3 hours
††IT 202 Fundamentals of Supervision 3 hours
  Total: 16 hours

 

Second Semester

††IT 264 Industrial Fluid Power 3 hours
††PSYCH 101 or
SOC 1011,G
General Psychology I
Introductory Sociology
3 hours
††IT 205 Preventive/Predictive Maintenance and Supervision 3 hours
††OSHE 121 Safety and Health Program Management
and Administration
3 hours
  Total: 12 hours

 

Total semester hours required 60

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" or better (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.