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The Department of Engineering Technology offers a Master of Engineering Technology in an online format that is convenient for individuals with jobs or who do not have access to campus. Within the program, students may choose from six different emphasis areas:
This program offers a professional multi-disciplinary team and project-oriented approach to students looking to expand their knowledge in a specific technical specialty. The degree is intended to be a terminal professional degree (highest degree in the field).
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Core Courses ETECH 804 Quality Management and Control ETECH 805 Current Issues in Engineering Technology ETECH 807 Systems Engineering and Analysis ETECH 809 Engineering Project Management ETECH 810 Collaborative Projects for Engineering Tech ETECH 831 Value Engineering ETECH 852 Integrated Design and Manufacturing OR ETECH 899 Quantitative Decision Making in IndustryOption I: Research and Thesis ETECH 890 Research and Thesis TTED 891 Methods of Research ETECH 895 Advanced Topics in Engineering Tech OR CMCET 895 Advanced Topics in Engineering TechOption III: Technical Specialty EmphasesConstruction Emphasis CMCET 833 Estimating and Bidding Strategy CMCET 834 Advanced Construction Management CMCET 836 Virtual Design and Construction Approved Elective (3 hours)
Electronics Emphasis EET 842 Programmable Logic Devices EET 843 Advanced Engineering Electromagnetics EET 845 Advanced Microprocessor Systems and Applications Approved Elective (3 hours)Manufacturing Emphasis ETECH 852 Integrated Design and Mnfg. Concepts ETECH 880 Advanced Engineering Materials ETECH 888 Design of Experiments ETECH 899 Quantitative Decision Making in IndustryMechanical Emphasis ETECH 852 Integrated Design and Mnfg. Concepts MECET 861 Mechanics of Composites and Structures MECET 862 Alternative Energy ETECH 899 Quantitative Decision Making in IndustryPlastics Technical Emphasis PET 885 Composite Materials and Testing ETECH 888 Design of Experiments Approved Electives (6 hours)