2022 - 2023 Undergraduate Bulletin

Courses

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TE 225 Technology and Sustainability in Non-Western Societies 4 cr.
  • Offered: Summer
  • Prerequisites: EN 111.

Technology from an eastern perspective, with a focus on innovation, alternative energy, and other sustainability technology. Studies concentrate on unique challenges and opportunities experienced due to cultural beliefs and customs distinct to non-western societies. 

TE 261 Women in Science and Technology 4 cr.
  • Offered: Summer
  • Prerequisites: EN 111 with a grade of "C" or better or HON 101.

The objective of this course is to examine and analyze issues related to women and gender in modern science and technology. It will utilize active participation and a hands-on environment to bridge several different venues of study regarding women’s issues in science and technology. By raising consciousness of the issues facing women in scientific and technological fields, it will also serve to better prepare students for the workplace.

TE 298 Directed Study and Research 1-4 cr.
  • Offered: Contact department for information
  • Prerequisites: Department permission.
Selection of problem in area of emphasis, specialized instruction and experiences to reinforce technical skill and knowledge. Written reports of work are required.
TE 350 Methods and Materials in Industrial Technology Education 3 cr.
  • Offered: Fall
  • Prerequisites: Admission to the methods phase of teacher education.

Techniques of teaching applied to individual, group and class instruction in industrial education. Includes organization of the school shop with special application to its function in the total school program.

Notes: May not be applied toward any non-teaching major or minor.
TE 351 Humanity and Technology 4 cr.
  • Offered: Winter Summer
  • Prerequisites: EN 211 with a grade of "C" or better and sophomore standing.

This course investigates the positive and negative impacts of technology on society, including society’s response to new technology. Compelling ethical issues are examined, in engineering, public safety and health, athletic performance enhancement, weapons technology, privacy and surveillance, the Internet, and forensic technology.

TE 483 Studies in Business and Industry 4 cr.
  • Offered: Contact department for information
  • Prerequisites: Junior standing and instructor's permission.
    Cross listed as IT 483.
Cooperative work experience to provide up-to-date technical skills in the area of specialization; includes work experience with business and industrial operations, services and materials, processes and techniques.
TE 498 Directed Study and Research 1-4 cr.
  • Offered: Contact department for information
  • Prerequisites: Junior standing and department permission.
Independent research of a special technical topic. Written reports of work are required.