There are two program options: Construction Technology and Design Technology.
In the Construction Technology option, students will receive course work in methods and Materials, Architectural Construction, and Construction Management. In the Design Technology option, students will receive training in Piping Design, Solid Modeling, and 3D Printing. The requirements for graduation in the Construction Technology option requires a maximum of 125 semester credits and Design Technology option requires a maximum of 125 semester credits.
Students wishing to earn the Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Technology must:
Students wishing to minor in Industrial Technology should contact the Department Office once they have been admitted as majors in other academic units of the University and have met all TSI requirements. Prior to graduation, all courses required for the degree must be completed with grades of “C” or better (grades below “C”, including “C-“, are unacceptable) and majors must pass an exit examination during their senior year
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Other Professional Achievements: 4 students received Licensed Architect Certification and/or established their own businesses, 2 in 2013-2014, and 1 in each 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 academic years.
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