Engineering Technology - B.S.

Regional College
Dean's Office
384 Library
Kent Campus
330-672-2279
rcdean@kent.edu
www.kent.edu/regional-college


Description

The Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Technology focuses primarily on the applied aspects of science and engineering and prepares graduates for practice in that portion of the technological spectrum closes to product improvement, manufacturing, construction and engineering operational functions.

The Engineering Technology major comprises the following concentrations:

  • The 2+2 Integrated Engineering Technology concentration permits graduates from a variety of associate degree backgrounds to formulate a program of advanced study in upper-division technical courses, chosen with a faculty advisor, to gain additional technical depth or breadth.
  • The Computer Design, Animation and Game Design concentration gives students the skills and academic knowledge necessary to enter the field of computer animation and the fast-growing field of game design. Drawings and illustrations are brought to life on digital video or film through the effective use of the latest software for capturing and animating hand-drawn or digitally created imagery. In addition, students experience creative possibilities as they explore artistic options and processes through experimental animation and modeling. Combining these modern theories of visual creation with digital imaging, motion capture, multimedia, computer animation, game design and film production, graduates will be prepared for jobs in game design, modeling and technical illustration, as well as in artistic production, exhibition and broadcast.
  • The Electrical/Electronics concentration allows seamless articulation with technical associate degrees for students who wish to advance their careers in the electrical/electronic engineering field. Electrical engineers and technologists design, develop, test and supervise the manufacturing of electrical equipment, such as electric motors, radar and navigation systems, communications systems, and power generation equipment. Electronics engineers design and develop electronic equipment, such as broadcast and communications systems-from portable music players to global positioning systems (GPS).
  • The Green and Alternative Energy concentration refers to energy sources that have no undesired consequences, for example fossil fuels or nuclear energy. Alternative energy sources are renewable and are thought to be "free" energy sources. They all have lower carbon emissions, compared to conventional energy sources. These include biomass energy, wind energy, solar energy, geothermal energy, and hydroelectric energy sources. Combined with the use of recycling, the use of clean alternative energies such as the home use of solar power systems will help ensure man's survival into the 21st century and beyond. By 2050, one-third of the world's energy will need to come from solar, wind, and other renewable resources, according to British Petroleum and Royal Dutch Shell, two of the world's largest oil companies. Climate change, population growth, and fossil fuel depletion mean that renewables will need to play a bigger role in the future than they do today.
  • The Mechanical/Systems concentration allows seamless articulation with technical associate degrees for students who wish to advance their careers in the mechanical or manufacturing field. Mechanical engineering technology is one of the broadest engineering disciplines. Mechanical engineers and technologists design, develop, build and test mechanical and thermal devices, including tools, engines and machines. Graduates of this program can expect to work mostly in engineering services, research and development, manufacturing industries, and the federal government.

FULLY OFFERED AT:

  • Kent Campus (Computer Design, Animation and Game Design concentration only)
  • Tuscarawas Campus

Admission Requirements

The university affirmatively strives to provide educational opportunities and access to students with varied backgrounds, those with special talents and adult students who graduated from high school three or more years ago.

Freshman Students on the Kent Campus: The freshman admission policy on the Kent Campus is selective. Admission decisions are based upon the following: cumulative grade point average, ACT and/or SAT scores, strength of high school college preparatory curriculum and grade trends. The Admissions Office at the Kent Campus may defer the admission of students who do not meet admissions criteria but who demonstrate areas of promise for successful college study. Deferred applicants may begin their college coursework at one of seven Regional Campuses of Kent State University. For more information on admissions, including additional requirements for some academic programs, visit the admissions website for new freshmen.

Freshman Students on the Regional Campuses:  Kent State campuses at Ashtabula, East Liverpool, Geauga, Salem, Stark, Trumbull and Tuscarawas, as well as the Regional Academic Center in Twinsburg, have open enrollment admission for students who hold a high school diploma, GED or equivalent.

English Language Proficiency Requirements for International Students: All international students must provide proof of English language proficiency (unless they meet specific exceptions) by earning a minimum 525 TOEFL score (71 on the Internet-based version), minimum 75 MELAB score, minimum 6.0 IELTS score or minimum 48 PTE Academic score, or by completing the ELS level 112 Intensive Program. For more information on international admission, visit the Office of Global Education’s admission website.

Transfer, Transitioning and Former Students: For more information about admission criteria for transfer, transitioning and former students, please visit the admissions website.

Program Learning Outcomes

Graduates of this program will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to a various areas of the engineering technology field; an ability to design and conduct experiments and to critically analyze and interpret data; an ability to use modern engineering tools and techniques to design and test systems in response to user requirements particularly in the engineering technology field; an ability to function in a multi-disciplinary team.
  2. Demonstrate a thorough understanding of professional engineering and ethical responsibilities.
  3. Demonstrate an ability for effective oral, graphic and written communication.
  4. Demonstrate an understanding of contemporary issues and the impact of engineering technology solutions in a global/social context and a respect for diversity.
  5. Demonstrate a commitment to quality, timeliness and continuous improvement.
  6. Demonstrate a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in lifelong learning.
 
 
 

University Requirements 

All students in a bachelor's degree program at Kent State University must complete the following university requirements for graduation.

NOTE:  University requirements may be fulfilled in this program by specific course requirements. Please see Program Requirements for details.

Destination Kent State: First Year Experience 1
Course is not required for students with 25 transfer credits, excluding College Credit Plus, or age 21+ at time of admission.
Diversity Domestic/Global (DIVD/DIVG) 2 courses
Students must successfully complete one domestic and one global course, of which one must be from the Kent Core.
Experiental Learning Requirement (ELR) varies
Students must successfully complete one course or approved experience.
Kent Core (see table below) 36-37
Writing-Intensive Course (WIC) 1 course
Students must earn a minimum C grade in the course.
Upper-Division Requirement 39 (or 42)
Students must successfully complete 39 upper-division (numbered 30000 to 49999) credit hours to graduate. Students in a B.A. and/or B.S. degree in the College of Arts and Sciences must complete 42 upper-division credit hours.
Total Credit Hour Requirement 120
Some bachelor's degrees require students to complete more than 120 credit hours.

Kent Core Requirements

Kent Core Composition (KCMP) 6
Kent Core Mathematics and Critical Reasoning (KMCR) 3
Kent Core Humanities and Fine Arts (KHUM/KFA) (min one course each) 9
Kent Core Social Sciences (KSS) (must be from two disciplines) 6
Kent Core Basic Sciences (KBS/KLAB) (must include one laboratory) 6-7
Kent Core Additional (KADL) 6
Total Credit Hours: 36-37

Program Requirements

Major Requirements

Major Requirements (courses count in major GPA)
EERT 21010ENGINEERING AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS 3
or TECH 31010 ENGINEERING AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
EERT 32003TECHNICAL COMPUTING 13
or COMT 20001 C++ PROGRAMMING
or COMT 20011 JAVA PROGRAMMING
or CS 10051 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE (KMCR)
ENG 20002INTRODUCTION TO TECHNICAL WRITING 3
or OTEC 26638 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
TAS 47900TECHNICAL AND APPLIED STUDIES CAPSTONE (ELR) (min C grade)3
TECH 31000CULTURAL DYNAMICS OF TECHNOLOGY (DIVD) (WIC) 22-3
or TECH 33092 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (ELR) (WIC)
TECH 36620PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 3
Additional Requirements (courses do not count in major GPA)
ECON 22060PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS (KSS) 3
MATH 11010ALGEBRA FOR CALCULUS (KMCR) 3
MATH 11022TRIGONOMETRY (KMCR) 3
OTEC 26636PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS 1
UC 10097DESTINATION KENT STATE: FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE 1
Kent Core Composition6
Kent Core Humanities and Fine Arts9
Kent Core Social Sciences3
Concentrations
Choose from the following:74
Minimum Total Credit Hours:120
1

It is recommended that students in the 2+2 Integrated Engineering Technology concentration, Electrical/Electronics concentration, Green and Alternative Energy concentration and in the Mechanical/Systems concentration take EERT 32003.

2

A minimum C grade must be earned to fulfill the writing-intensive requirement.

Graduation Requirements

Minimum Major GPA Minimum Overall GPA
2.000 2.000
  • Students in the Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Technology major may apply for more than one concentration, provided that there are 18 credit hours or more of Upper Division course work in the subsequent concentration. These credit hours must be in one of the Engineering Technology disciplines of EERT, MERT, CDAG, GAE or TECH. Students must also complete all of the other concentration requirements specific to each concentration, in addition to differentiating their major elective courses across the two concentrations. Students who declare the 2+2 Integrated Engineering Technology concentration may not elect any other concentration. Likewise, students who elect any of the other Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology concentrations may not elect the 2+2 Integrated Engineering Technology concentration.
  • Students electing a dual concentration must meet with an advisor to plan an individualized plan of study that meets these requirements before the dual concentration option will be approved for that student. Any changes made to the program of study also must be approved by an advisor, or the student may not be allowed to graduate with this option.

2+2 Integrated Engineering Technology Concentration Requirements

[RE-BS-ENGT-2IET]

Concentration Requirements (courses count in major GPA)
GAE 42003LEAN MANUFACTURING, SIX SIGMA AND OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY 3
TECH 43080INDUSTRIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY 3
Concentration Electives, choose from the following:15
Computer Design, Animation and Game Design Upper-Division Electives (CDAG 30000 or 40000 level)
Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology Upper-Division Electives (EERT 30000 or 40000 level)
Green and Alternative Energy Uppper-Division Electives (GAE 30000 or 40000 level)
Mechanical Engineering Technology Upper-Division Electives (MERT 30000 or 40000 level)
Technology Upper-Division Electives (TECH 30000 or 40000 level)
Additional Requirements (courses do not count in major GPA)
MATH 11012INTUITIVE CALCULUS (KMCR) 3
Kent Core Basic Sciences6-7
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 134
ACCOUNTING I: FINANCIAL
INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY
FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
FUNDAMENTALS OF MARKETING TECHNOLOGY
JAVA PROGRAMMING
WORKGROUP PRODUCTIVITY SOFTWARE
COMPUTER PRACTICUM (ELR)
SPECIAL TOPICS IN COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
TECHNICAL PHYSICS I (KBS) (KLAB)
TECHNICAL PHYSICS II (KBS) (KLAB)
Computer Animation Design Technology (CADT) Electives
Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology (EERT) Electives
Green and Alternate Energy (GAE) Electives
Mechanical Engineering Technology (MERT) Electives
Physics (PHY) Electives approved by program director
General Electives (total credit hours depends on earning 120 credit hours, including 39 upper-division credit hours)10
Minimum Total Credit Hours:74
1

Applied courses should be chosen from an approved associate degree or a declared minor or individualized specialization selected in consultation with an advisor.

Computer Design, Animation and Game Design Concentration Requirements

[RE-BS-ENGT-CDAG]

Concentration Requirements (courses count in major GPA)
CDAG 34000COMPUTER ANIMATION II 3
CDAG 34001COMPUTER ANIMATION III 3
CDAG 34003ANIMATION THEORY 3
CDAG 34005VIRTUAL REALITY AND GAME DESIGN 3
CDAG 33095ST: COMPUTER DESIGN ANIMATION AND GAME DESIGN 1-3
or EERT 22018 PC/NETWORK ENGINEERING AND TROUBLESHOOTING
or TECH 33016 PC/NETWORK ENGINEERING AND TROUBLESHOOTING
or TECH 33095 SPECIAL TOPICS:APPLIED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
CDAG 43000ADVANCED ANIMATION AND GAME DESIGN 3
CDAG 43001TECHNOLOGY OF ANIMATION PRODUCTION 3
CDAG 43002GRAPHICS DESIGN TECHNOLOGY 3
TECH 34002ADVANCED COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN II 3
or TECH 33010 COMPUTER HARDWARE
or CCI 46001 RESPONSIVE WEB DESIGN
Additional Requirements (courses do not count in major GPA)
ARTS 14001DRAWING II 3
Kent Core Basic Sciences (PHY 21040 and PHY 21041 are recommended for this concentration)6-7
Kent Core ARTH course3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 134
DRAWING I
ENGINEERING DRAWING
COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN
SPECIAL TOPICS:APPLIED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Any Computer Animation Design Technology (CADT) Elective
Any other course approved by program director
General Electives (total credit hours depends on earning 120 credit hours, including 39 upper-division credit hours)3
Minimum Total Credit Hours:74
1

Applied courses should be chosen from an approved associate degree or a declared minor or individualized specialization selected in consultation with an advisor.

Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology Concentration Requirements

[RE-BS-ENGT-ELEL]

Concentration Requirements (courses count in major GPA)
TECH 31020AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING 3
or TECH 43700 COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING
TECH 33363METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE 3
TECH 43080INDUSTRIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY 3
Choose from the following:12
INSTRUMENTATION
ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
LEAN MANUFACTURING, SIX SIGMA AND OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY
POWER TECHNOLOGY
PC/NETWORK ENGINEERING AND TROUBLESHOOTING
PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS
ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION
INDUSTRIAL CONTROL SYSTEMS
QUALITY TECHNIQUES
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY
Additional Requirements (courses do not count in major GPA)
MATH 11012INTUITIVE CALCULUS (KMCR) 3
Physics Elective A, choose from the following:3-5
TECHNICAL PHYSICS I (KBS) (KLAB)
GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS I (KBS)
and GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS LABORATORY I (KBS) (KLAB)
Physics Elective B, choose from the following:3-5
TECHNICAL PHYSICS II (KBS) (KLAB)
GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS II (KBS)
and GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS LABORATORY II (KBS) (KLAB)
COLLEGE PHYSICS II (KBS)
and GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS LABORATORY II (KBS) (KLAB)
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 134
APPLICATIONS IN COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN
ENGINEERING DRAWING
SPECIAL TOPICS:APPLIED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Any Electrical/Electronic and Related Technologies (EERT) Electives
Any other course by program director approval
General Electives (total credit hours depends on earning 120 credit hours, including 39 upper-division credit hours)8-9
Minimum Total Credit Hours:74
1

Applied courses should be chosen from an approved associate degree or a declared minor or individualized specialization selected in consultation with an advisor.

Green and Alternative Energy Concentration Requirements

[RE-BS-ENGT-GAE]

Concentration Requirements (courses count in major GPA)
GAE 32000FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY 3
GAE 42004ADVANCED FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY 3
TECH 33363METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE 3
TECH 43080INDUSTRIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY 3
Choose from the following:12
INSTRUMENTATION
ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
TRAINING TOPICS IN TECHNOLOGY
LEAN MANUFACTURING, SIX SIGMA AND OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY
THERMODYNAMICS FOR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING
POWER TECHNOLOGY
Additional Requirements (courses do not count in major GPA)
MATH 11012INTUITIVE CALCULUS (KMCR) 3
Physics Elective A, choose from the following:3-5
TECHNICAL PHYSICS I (KBS) (KLAB)
and TECHNICAL PHYSICS II (KBS) (KLAB)
GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS I (KBS)
and GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS LABORATORY I (KBS) (KLAB)
Physics Elective B, choose from the following:3-5
TECHNICAL PHYSICS II (KBS) (KLAB)
GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS II (KBS)
and GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS LABORATORY II (KBS) (KLAB)
COLLEGE PHYSICS II (KBS)
and GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS LABORATORY II (KBS) (KLAB)
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 134
APPLICATIONS IN COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN
ECONOMIC DECISION ANALYSIS
Any Electrical/Electronic and Related Technologies (EERT) Electives
Any Green and Alternate Energy (GAE) Electives
Any Mechanical Engineering and Related Technologies (MERT) Electives
Any other course by program director approval
General Elective (total credit hours depends on earning 120 credit hours, including 39 upper-division credit hours)6
Minimum Total Credit Hours:74
1

Applied courses should be chosen from an approved associate degree or a declared minor or individualized specialization selected in consultation with an advisor.

Mechanical/Systems Concentration Requirements

[RE-BS-ENGT-MSY]

Concentration Requirements (courses count in major GPA)
TECH 31020AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING 3
or TECH 43700 COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING
TECH 32002MATERIALS AND PROCESSES II 3
or TECH 33870 FACILITY DESIGN AND MATERIAL HANDLING
TECH 33363METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE 3
TECH 43080INDUSTRIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY 3
Choose from the following:15
INSTRUMENTATION
FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY
LEAN MANUFACTURING, SIX SIGMA AND OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY
THERMODYNAMICS FOR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
DYANMICS FOR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
POWER TECHNOLOGY
POLYMERS I
PC/NETWORK ENGINEERING AND TROUBLESHOOTING
PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS
INDUSTRIAL CONTROL SYSTEMS
QUALITY TECHNIQUES
ADVANCED COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN II
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY
COMPUTER-AIDED MANUFACTURING
Additional Requirements (courses do not count in major GPA)
MATH 11012INTUITIVE CALCULUS (KMCR) 3
Physics Elective A, choose from the following:3-5
TECHNICAL PHYSICS I (KBS) (KLAB)
GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS I (KBS)
and GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS LABORATORY I (KBS) (KLAB)
Physics Elective B, choose from the following:3-5
TECHNICAL PHYSICS II (KBS) (KLAB)
GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS II (KBS)
and GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS LABORATORY II (KBS) (KLAB)
COLLEGE PHYSICS II (KBS)
and GENERAL COLLEGE PHYSICS LABORATORY II (KBS) (KLAB)
Applied courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 134
SOLID MODELING
MICROPROCESSORS AND ROBOTICS
ECONOMIC DECISION ANALYSIS
Any Mechanical Engineering and Related Technologies (MERT) Electives
General Electives (total credit hours depends on earning 120 credit hours, including 39 upper-division credit hours)3
Minimum Total Credit Hours:74
1

Applied courses should be chosen from an approved associate degree or a declared minor or individualized specialization selected in consultation with an advisor.

Roadmaps


 

2+2 Integrated Engineering Technology Concentration

This roadmap is a recommended semester-by-semester plan of study for this major. However, courses designated as critical (!) must be completed in the semester listed to ensure a timely graduation.

Plan of Study Grid
Semester OneCredits
Note: Students who have earned an associate degree will have 34 credits of technical coursework articulate to the bachelor’s degree program and will not have to take the electives for a minor or individualized specialization.  
EERT 21010
ENGINEERING AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
or ENGINEERING AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
3
UC 10097 DESTINATION KENT STATE: FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE 1
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 8
 Credit Hours15
Semester Two
MATH 11010 ALGEBRA FOR CALCULUS (KMCR) 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 11
 Credit Hours17
Semester Three
MATH 11012 INTUITIVE CALCULUS (KMCR) 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 6
 Credit Hours15
Semester Four
ENG 20002
INTRODUCTION TO TECHNICAL WRITING
or BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
3
MATH 11022 TRIGONOMETRY (KMCR) 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 9
 Credit Hours18
Semester Five
EERT 32003
TECHNICAL COMPUTING
or C++ PROGRAMMING
or JAVA PROGRAMMING
or INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE (KMCR)
3
GAE 42003 LEAN MANUFACTURING, SIX SIGMA AND OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY 3
Upper-Division CDAG, EERT, GAE, MERT, TECH coursework (30000 or 40000 level) 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
General Electives 3
 Credit Hours18
Semester Six
!TECH 36620 PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 3
OTEC 26636 PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS 1
Upper-Division CDAG, EERT, GAE, MERT, TECH coursework (30000 or 40000 level) 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
General Electives 4
 Credit Hours14
Semester Seven
ECON 22060 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS (KSS) 3
TECH 43080 INDUSTRIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY 3
Upper-Division CDAG, EERT, GAE, MERT, TECH coursework (30000 or 40000 level) 3
General Electives 3
 Credit Hours12
Semester Eight
!TAS 47900 TECHNICAL AND APPLIED STUDIES CAPSTONE (ELR) 3
!TECH 31000
CULTURAL DYNAMICS OF TECHNOLOGY (DIVD) (WIC)
or COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (ELR) (WIC)
2-3
Upper-Division CDAG, EERT, GAE, MERT, TECH coursework (30000 or 40000 level) 6
 Credit Hours11
 Minimum Total Credit Hours:120
 

Computer Design, Animation and Game Design Concentration

This roadmap is a recommended semester-by-semester plan of study for this major. However, courses designated as critical (!) must be completed in the semester listed to ensure a timely graduation.

Plan of Study Grid
Semester OneCredits
Note: Students who have earned an associate degree will have 34 credits of technical coursework articulate to the bachelor’s degree program and will not have to take the electives for a minor or individualized specialization.  
EERT 32003
TECHNICAL COMPUTING
or C++ PROGRAMMING
or JAVA PROGRAMMING
or INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE (KMCR)
3
MATH 11010 ALGEBRA FOR CALCULUS (KMCR) 3
UC 10097 DESTINATION KENT STATE: FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE 1
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 9
 Credit Hours16
Semester Two
ENG 20002
INTRODUCTION TO TECHNICAL WRITING
or BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
3
Kent Core Requirement 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 7
 Credit Hours16
Semester Three
EERT 21010
ENGINEERING AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
or ENGINEERING AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
3
Kent Core Requirement 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 6
 Credit Hours15
Semester Four
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 12
 Credit Hours15
Semester Five
!CDAG 34000 COMPUTER ANIMATION II 3
!CDAG 34003 ANIMATION THEORY 3
MATH 11022 TRIGONOMETRY (KMCR) 3
TECH 34002
ADVANCED COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN II
or COMPUTER HARDWARE
or RESPONSIVE WEB DESIGN
3
Kent Core Requirement 3
 Credit Hours15
Semester Six
ARTS 14001 DRAWING II 3
!CDAG 34001 COMPUTER ANIMATION III 3
CDAG 34005 VIRTUAL REALITY AND GAME DESIGN 3
CDAG 43002 GRAPHICS DESIGN TECHNOLOGY 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
 Credit Hours15
Semester Seven
!CDAG 43000 ADVANCED ANIMATION AND GAME DESIGN 3
!CDAG 43001 TECHNOLOGY OF ANIMATION PRODUCTION 3
!TECH 31000
CULTURAL DYNAMICS OF TECHNOLOGY (DIVD) (WIC)
or COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (ELR) (WIC)
2-3
ECON 22060 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS (KSS) 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
 Credit Hours14
Semester Eight
CDAG 33095
ST: COMPUTER DESIGN ANIMATION AND GAME DESIGN
or PC/NETWORK ENGINEERING AND TROUBLESHOOTING
or PC/NETWORK ENGINEERING AND TROUBLESHOOTING
or SPECIAL TOPICS:APPLIED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
1-3
!TAS 47900 TECHNICAL AND APPLIED STUDIES CAPSTONE (ELR) 3
!TECH 36620 PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 3
OTEC 26636 PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS 1
Kent Core ARTH course 3
General Elective 3
 Credit Hours14
 Minimum Total Credit Hours:120
 

Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology Concentration

This roadmap is a recommended semester-by-semester plan of study for this major. However, courses designated as critical (!) must be completed in the semester listed to ensure a timely graduation.

Plan of Study Grid
Semester OneCredits
Note: Students who have earned an associate degree will have 34 credits of technical coursework articulate to the bachelor’s degree program and will not have to take the electives for a minor or individualized specialization.  
MATH 11010 ALGEBRA FOR CALCULUS (KMCR) 3
UC 10097 DESTINATION KENT STATE: FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE 1
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 7
 Credit Hours14
Semester Two
ENG 20002
INTRODUCTION TO TECHNICAL WRITING
or BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
3
MATH 11012 INTUITIVE CALCULUS (KMCR) 3
MATH 11022 TRIGONOMETRY (KMCR) 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 7
 Credit Hours19
Semester Three
Physics Elective A 3-5
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 10
 Credit Hours16
Semester Four
Physics Elective B 3-5
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 10
 Credit Hours17
Semester Five
!TECH 31020
AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING
or COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING
3
ECON 22060 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS (KSS) 3
EERT 32003
TECHNICAL COMPUTING
or C++ PROGRAMMING
or JAVA PROGRAMMING
or INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE (KMCR)
3
OTEC 26636 PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS 1
Electrical/Electronics Elective 3
 Credit Hours13
Semester Six
!TECH 36620 PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 3
!TECH 33363 METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE 3
Electrical/Electronics Elective 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
General Elective 3
 Credit Hours15
Semester Seven
EERT 21010
ENGINEERING AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
or ENGINEERING AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
3
Electrical/Electronics Elective 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
General Elective 3
 Credit Hours12
Semester Eight
!TAS 47900 TECHNICAL AND APPLIED STUDIES CAPSTONE (ELR) 3
!TECH 31000
CULTURAL DYNAMICS OF TECHNOLOGY (DIVD) (WIC)
or COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (ELR) (WIC)
2-3
!TECH 43080 INDUSTRIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY 3
Electrical/Electronics Elective 3
General Elective 2-3
 Credit Hours15
 Minimum Total Credit Hours:121
 

Green and Alternative Energy Concentration

This roadmap is a recommended semester-by-semester plan of study for this major. However, courses designated as critical (!) must be completed in the semester listed to ensure a timely graduation.

Plan of Study Grid
Semester OneCredits
Note: Students who have earned an associate degree will have 34 credits of technical coursework articulate to the bachelor’s degree program and will not have to take the electives for a minor or individualized specialization.  
MATH 11010 ALGEBRA FOR CALCULUS (KMCR) 3
UC 10097 DESTINATION KENT STATE: FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE 1
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 7
 Credit Hours14
Semester Two
MATH 11012 INTUITIVE CALCULUS (KMCR) 3
MATH 11022 TRIGONOMETRY (KMCR) 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 9
 Credit Hours18
Semester Three
EERT 21010
ENGINEERING AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
or ENGINEERING AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
3
Physics Elective A 3-5
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 6
 Credit Hours15
Semester Four
ENG 20002
INTRODUCTION TO TECHNICAL WRITING
or BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
3
Physics Elective B 3-5
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 12
 Credit Hours19
Semester Five
!GAE 32000 FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY 3
ECON 22060 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS (KSS) 3
EERT 32003
TECHNICAL COMPUTING
or C++ PROGRAMMING
or JAVA PROGRAMMING
or INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE (KMCR)
3
OTEC 26636 PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS 1
Green and Alternative Energy Elective 3
 Credit Hours13
Semester Six
!TECH 36620 PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 3
!TECH 33363 METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE 3
Green and Alternative Energy Elective 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
General Elective 3
 Credit Hours15
Semester Seven
!GAE 42004 ADVANCED FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY 3
Green and Alternative Energy Elective 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
General Elective 3-4
 Credit Hours12
Semester Eight
!TAS 47900 TECHNICAL AND APPLIED STUDIES CAPSTONE (ELR) 3
!TECH 31000
CULTURAL DYNAMICS OF TECHNOLOGY (DIVD) (WIC)
or COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (ELR) (WIC)
2-3
!TECH 43080 INDUSTRIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY 3
Green and Alternative Energy Elective 3
Kent Core Elective 3
 Credit Hours14
 Minimum Total Credit Hours:120
 

Mechanical/Systems Concentration

This roadmap is a recommended semester-by-semester plan of study for this major. However, courses designated as critical (!) must be completed in the semester listed to ensure a timely graduation.

Plan of Study Grid
Semester OneCredits
Note: Students who have earned an associate degree will have 34 credits of technical coursework articulate to the bachelor’s degree program and will not have to take the electives for a minor or individualized specialization.  
MATH 11010 ALGEBRA FOR CALCULUS (KMCR) 3
UC 10097 DESTINATION KENT STATE: FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE 1
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 7
 Credit Hours14
Semester Two
MATH 11012 INTUITIVE CALCULUS (KMCR) 3
MATH 11022 TRIGONOMETRY (KMCR) 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 9
 Credit Hours18
Semester Three
ENG 20002
INTRODUCTION TO TECHNICAL WRITING
or BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
3
Physics Elective A 3-5
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 9
 Credit Hours15
Semester Four
EERT 21010
ENGINEERING AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
or ENGINEERING AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
3
Physics Elective B 3-5
Kent Core Requirement 3
Applied Courses from Associate Degree, Minor or Individualized Specialization 9
 Credit Hours19
Semester Five
!TECH 31020
AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING
or COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING
3
ECON 22060 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS (KSS) 3
EERT 32003
TECHNICAL COMPUTING
or C++ PROGRAMMING
or JAVA PROGRAMMING
or INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE (KMCR)
3
OTEC 26636 PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALS 1
Mechanical/Systems Electives 3
 Credit Hours13
Semester Six
!TECH 36620 PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 3
!TECH 33363 METALLURGY AND MATERIALS SCIENCE 3
Mechanical/Systems Electives 6
Kent Core Requirment 3
 Credit Hours15
Semester Seven
!TECH 32002
MATERIALS AND PROCESSES II
or FACILITY DESIGN AND MATERIAL HANDLING
3
Mechanical/Systems Electives 6
Kent Core Requirement 3
 Credit Hours12
Semester Eight
!TAS 47900 TECHNICAL AND APPLIED STUDIES CAPSTONE (ELR) 3
!TECH 31000
CULTURAL DYNAMICS OF TECHNOLOGY (DIVD) (WIC)
or COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (ELR) (WIC)
2-3
TECH 43080 INDUSTRIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY 3
Kent Core Requirement 3
General Elective 3
 Credit Hours14
 Minimum Total Credit Hours:120