Integrated Engineering Technology Degree Courses

CHEM 1030 - Chemistry

The course is to give the Allied Health and Nursing student an appreciation and understanding of general inorganic chemistry. Includes atomic and molecular structure, molecular forces, properties and states of matter, naming of chemical compounds, types and behaviors of solutions, types of reactions, acid base chemistry, carefully chosen organic topics with their applications to specific health problems. Laboratory exercises will enhance and reinforce lecture topics. (OTM approved course in Natural Sciences TMNS)

Required Prerequisite(s): Take CHEM-1010 or high school chemistry with a minimum grade of C-.

Required Concurrent Course(s): Take CHEM-1030L

ECON 1010 - Introduction to Economics

This course covers four topic areas: a) basic economic terms in microeconomics, b) basic economic terms in macroeconomics, c) a historical overview of major economic ideas and d) an exploration of a variety of economic issues. This course is recommended for students who desire a one term survey course in economics. In this course students shall be challenged to think critically and to formulate independent and well-considered conclusions about a variety of economic issues and policies at a personal level as well as at the national level. Upon completion of this course students shall be better equipped to rationally participate in current economic policy debates by understanding the historical evolution of economic system, institutions and ideologies. (OTM for Social and Behavioral Sciences TMSBS)

3 Credits | 2 Lecture Hours | 2 Lab Hours
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ELET 1510 - DC Electricity

Elements of DC Circuits is an introductory course in direct current circuit theory that includes the basic concepts of voltage, current, resistance and power. (CTAG = CTEET001 and TAG = OET01)

Required as Prerequisite or Concurrent: Take MATH-1110

3 Credits | 2 Lecture Hours | 2 Lab Hours
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ELET 1520 - AC Electricity

A course covering alternating circuit theory including basic concepts of voltage, current, resistance, impedance, inductance, capacitance, phase angle, and their relationships to each other in an AC circuit. Transformers, resonance and use of AC instruments is also included. OET 003

Required Prerequisite(s): Take ELET-1510

4 Credits | 3 Lecture Hours | 2 Lab Hours
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ELET 1530 - Digital Principles

A study of the binary number system, Boolean algebra, Logic and Logic circuits, flip flops, registers, counters, and their interconnection in small systems. This curriculum has been previously approved under the Ohio Board of Regents Career Technical Credit Transfer guide (CTAG) and the Transfer Agreement Guide (TAG) as CTEET002 and OET002 respectively. No changes have been made to the outcomes based on these requirements.

3 Credits | 2 Lecture Hours | 2 Lab Hours
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ELET 2240 - Programmable Logic Controllers

This course will cover the basic principles behind the operation of programmable controllers, the relationship between PC’s and relay ladder logic, programming of PC’s, and troubleshooting of programmable controller circuits. (TAG# OET022 CTAG# CTEET003)

3 Credits | 2 Lecture Hours | 2 Lab Hours
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ELET 2450 - Electronics

This course explores the use of diode applications, bipolar and unipolar transistors, Field Effect Transistors, oscillators, feedback, thyristors and the 555 timer. Topics will include power supplies, multi-stage amplifiers, inverting and non-inverting op-amps, filters, SCRs and Triacs. OET 005

Required Prerequisite(s): Take ELET-1520

ENGL 1010 - English Composition I

This is a basic course in expository writing and critical reading. Students read a variety of nonfiction works and write summaries, analysis, essays, and a researched argument in response to their reading. Students learn to read actively and accurately and to organize, develop, and revise coherent papers appropriate for a college-educated audience. (OTM for First Writing Course TME001)

Required Prerequisite(s): READ-0080 & WRIT-0090 or take ENGL-0040 (minimum grade of C- required for all), or qualifying placement test scores

ENGL 1030 - English Composition II

This is a course in argument and research writing. Students read issue-based works and write summaries, responses, and an argument and research paper. Students learn to organize research projects, find and evaluate sources, incorporate ideas and quotations from sources, document their sources in MLA and APA style, analyze and use argumentative strategies and persuasive appeals, and prepare and revise effective, coherent papers. (OTM for Second Writing Course TME002)

Required Prerequisite(s): Take ENGL-1010 with a minimum grade of C- or better

2 Credits | 1 Lecture Hours | 2 Lab Hours
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ENGR 1010 - Introduction to Engineering

This is an introductory course for engineering technology students. Students will develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of engineering, the problems engineers encounter and the contributions made by engineers in various disciplines. The ethics and responsibilities of the engineer will discussed. Lab experience includes the following PC applications: operating systems and hardware, word processors, spreadsheets, and engineering graphing. An introduction to basic language programming is included at the end. Emphasis will be placed on using a PC to solve engineering problems and produce results. TAG: OES001 – INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING

3 Credits | 2 Lecture Hours | 2 Lab Hours
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ENRD 2150 - Computer Aided Design I

This course is designed to introduce the student to fundamentals of Computer Aided Drafting and 3D Modeling. The student will create single-view, multi-view, sectional, and auxiliary view drawings with dimensions and tolerances. The student will also draw a multiple sheet/multiple part assembly drawing complete with a bill of materials. TAG: OET012CAD – CTAG: CTMET005

HIST 1010 - American History I

Take HIST 1010 or HIST 1030

This American Studies course is an introductory survey course covering the development of American politics, law, religion, philosophy, art and literature from 1600 to 1877. The goal of the course is to help students understand the cultural development of the United States especially in relation to its religion, art, philosophy, law, and political system. (TAG# OHS043 or if combined with HIST1030 OHS010. This course also meets the requirements for the OTM Arts and Humanities – TMAH)

HIST 1030 - American History II

Take HIST 1010 or HIST 1030

This American Studies course is an introductory survey course covering the development of American politics, law, religion, philosophy, art and literature from 1877 to the present. The goal of the course is to help students understand the cultural maturity of the United States especially in relation to its religion, art, philosophy, law, and political system. (TAG# OHS044 or if combined with HIST1030 OHS010. This course also meets the requirements for the OTM Arts and Humanities – TMAH)

MATH 1110 - College Algebra

A study of:

  1. Polynomial operations, rational expressions, exponents, radicals;
  2. Linear and quadratic equations, inequalities, absolute value applications and their graphs;
  3. Graphs of elementary functions and non-functions including inverse functions, combining functions, and translating and transforming functions;
  4. Study of polynomial functions, including the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra, zeroes of polynomials, rational functions, partial fractions;
  5. Exponential and logarithmic functions including graphs and applications;
  6. Gauss-Jordan elimination and Cramer’s Rule.

This course meets the requirements for OTM College Algebra TMM001

Required Prerequisite(s): Take MATH-0084 (Minimum grade of C- required) or qualifying placement test score

MATH 1130 - Trigonometry

This course includes the study of trigonometric functions and inverse trigonometric functions and their graphs; solutions of right and oblique triangles and their applications; solutions of trigonometric equations and inequalities; the use of identities, vectors, and complex numbers; and solutions of polar equations and parametric equations. Students must supply a graphing calculator.

Required Prerequisite(s): Take MATH-1110 (Minimum grade of C- required) or qualifying placement test scores

2 Credits | 1 Lecture Hours | 3 Lab Hours
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MECT 1150 - Fundamentals of Engineering Design

An introductory course to acquaint the student with the tools used to convey design concepts and product information in the engineering arena. 3D visualization, using sketching, drawing, solid modeling and computer aided drafting will be used. The course will also introduce the main concepts in developing an engineering design project. Semesters Offered: Day – F, Sp Evening – F, Sp

3 Credits | 2 Lecture Hours | 2 Lab Hours
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MECT 2230 - Engineering Materials

Physical metallurgy emphasizing commercial alloys, heat treatment, and surface treatment of the iron, steel, aluminum, copper, and aerospace metals. The laboratory covers basic metallographic techniques of specimen polishing, etching, and examination. (TAG# OET013)

3 Credits | 2 Lecture Hours | 2 Lab Hours
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MECT 2330 - Statics

A problem course dealing with bodies at rest; it lays the necessary groundwork for further study in the design and analysis of structures and machines. Emphasis is placed upon the importance of the ability to draw free body diagrams used in solving problems. (TAG# OET007)

Required Prerequisite(s): Take MATH-1050

Required as Prerequisite or Concurrent: Take PHYS-1110

3 Credits | 2 Lecture Hours | 2 Lab Hours
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MECT 2440 - Strength of Materials

A study of the effects of load on structures, frames, beams, columns, and mechanisms; including stress and strain in tension, compression, shear, and torsion; column buckling; torsion, axial and lateral deflections; thermal stresses and strains, and properties of materials. (TAG# OET008)

Required Prerequisite(s): Take MECT-2330

MECT 2910 - Mechanical Design Project

This is a capstone course in the Associate Degree program; it brings together the course work and learning experiences from the mechanical engineering technology program. Students will participate in a mechanical design project to be completed following the procedures presented.

Required Prerequisite(s): Take MECT-2905

4 Credits | 3 Lecture Hours | 3 Lab Hours
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PHYS 1110 - General Physics I

A study of Classical Newtonian Mechanics including measurement systems, dimensional analysis, vectors, scalars, linear, circular and rotational motion, forces in equilibrium, acceleration, work, and energy. A study of material properties including density, and hydraulic principles (both static and kinetic). Also a study of waves, and sound including simple harmonic motion, vibrations, reflection, transmission, interference, and resonance for waves, and intensity, sources, interference, and Doppler Effect for sound. This course meets the requirements for TAG# OSC014. If combined with PHYS1130, TAG# OSC021 is met.

Required as Prerequisite or Concurrent: Take MATH-1051 or higher

4 Credits | 3 Lecture Hours | 3 Lab Hours
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PHYS 1130 - General Physics II

A study of heat to include calorimetry, expansion, heat capacity, conductivity, phase change, kinetic theory and gas laws. A study of light including its nature, and geometric optics. Also a study of electricity and magnetism including electric charges at rest, potentials, capacitance and dielectrics, current, resistance, and voltage, alternating circuits theory of frequency, reactance, impedance, power and resonance, magnetic field definition and effects on moving charges and conductors. This course meets the requirements for TAG# OSC015. If combined with PHYS1100, TAG# OSC021 is met.

Required Prerequisite(s): Take PHYS-1110, MATH-1051

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