2014-2015 Catalog


Technology and Applied Design with a Technology Management Concentration B.S.

The Technology and Applied Design: Technology Management Concentration prepares the student for a variety of management-related positions in a wide range of career fields. This program is designed to give the student a strong background in design, production, communications, and power/energy technologies, combined with a study of management strategies and procedures. Students completing this program may pursue careers that include production management, manufacturing engineering, industrial engineering, design engineering, quality control, sustainable development and a wide range of related positions.

Degree Requirements

A major in Technology and Applied Design: Technology Management is achieved by the completion of the following requirements, in addition to the General Education and electives required for a degree.

Required Core Courses

TAD 130Design and Documentation

1 Course Credit

TAD 140Design Prod. in Woods

1 Course Credit

TAD 180Graphic Com and Design

1 Course Credit

TAD 245Materials/Processing/Testing

1 Course Credit

TAD 265Electricity and Electronics

1 Course Credit

TAD 275Power and Energy Technology

1 Course Credit

Required Capstone Course

TAD 488Research in Technology

1 Course Credit

Required Distribution Courses

Two (2) of the following

TAD 330Comp Aided Drafting & Design

1 Course Credit

TAD 352Quality Control

1 Course Credit

TAD 455Comp Integrated Manufacturing

1 Course Credit

One additional course chosen from advanced

TAD 330Comp Aided Drafting & Design

1 Course Credit

TAD 340Studio in Woods

1 Course Credit

TAD 382Advanced Graphics

1 Course Credit

TAD 455Comp Integrated Manufacturing

1 Course Credit

TAD 460Digital Electronics

1 Course Credit

TAD 470Advanced Power and Energy

1 Course Credit

or

Other courses approved by the Program

Required Collateral Courses

MAT 115College Algebra with Modeling

1 Course Credit

or

Higher (or waiver)

Two (2) additional course credits, chosen from:

ART 110Design

1 Course Credit

ART 123Ceramics I

1 Course Credit

ART 125Fibers I

1 Course Credit

CHM 101Foundations of Chemistry

1 Course Credit

or

CHM 131Accelerated General Chemistry

1 Course Credit

CSC 124Building Better Apps

1 Course Credit

CSC 126Intro to Robotics

1 Course Credit

PHY 217General Physics I with Algebra

1 Course Credit

or

Higher

or

Other TAD courses

CHM 131: recommended

PHY 217: recommended

Three (3) courses chosen from:
Students may not take both ECO 101 and 102.  Only one will meet one of the three course requirement.
BUS 120Accounting I

1 Course Credit

BUS 240Business Law

1 Course Credit

BUS 315Management

1 Course Credit

BUS 363Marketing

1 Course Credit

BUS 364Production & Operations Mgt

1 Course Credit

ECO 101Principles of Macroeconomics

1 Course Credit

ECO 102Principles of Microeconomics

1 Course Credit

ECO 250Applied Statistics

1 Course Credit

BUS 364: recommended