Technology and Applied Design
Division II Chair: J. Pearce
Program Chair: A. Mills
Faculty: M. Jadud, G. Mahoney, M. Mahoney, A. Mills and P McPherson
The Technology and Applied Design Program offers a general Bachelor of Science degree and three additional areas of concentration--Technology Management, Artisan Studies, and Engineering and Technology Education. The objective of these offerings is to provide students with a broad professional and liberal-arts education necessary for entrance into careers or into professional or graduate schools. Course work is provided in the areas of applied design, design and documentation, manufacturing technology, electricity/electronics, energy and power technology, graphics communication, photography, Appalachian crafts, quality control, alternative energy, robotics, construction, architecture and Computer Integrated Manufacturing. Throughout the program, emphasis is placed on aspects of creativity, quality, originality, and inventiveness in solving problems of design and production. When declaring the major, a student will select the general degree or one of the three concentration options.
Technology and Applied Design Course Sequencing Table:
Please be aware that the table below represents current planning and is subject to change based on faculty availability and student interest. It is not meant to represent any guarantee to the student that the courses will be offered in the term in which they are currently planned.