Industrial Management and Applied Engineering Technology, B.S. with a Certificate in Business Administration

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Plan of Study Grid
Freshman Year
Semester 1Semester Credit Hours
ENGL 1301 Rhetoric and Composition 3
ITEN 1311 Technical CAD 3
ITEN 1315 Intro to Manufacturing Process 3
UNIV 1101 Learning in Global Context I 1
Select 1 of the following: 3
College Algebra  
Trigonometry  
Math for Bus and Econ I  
Math for Bus and Econ II  
 Semester Credit Hours13
Semester 2
ENGL 1302 Rhetoric and Composition 3
HIST 1301 American History to 1877 3
UNIV 1102 Learning in Global Context II 1
Lang/Phil/Culture 3
Select 1 of the following: 3
College Algebra  
Trigonometry  
Math for Bus and Econ I  
Math for Bus and Econ II  
Select 1 of the following: 3-4
College Physics I
and Coll Physics I Laboratory
 
Physics  
University Physics I
and University Physics I Lab
 
 Semester Credit Hours16-17
Sophomore Year
Semester 1
HIST 1302 American History since 1877 3
ISYS 1301 Personal Computer Applications 3
ITEN 2330 OSHA for General Industry 3
POLS 2301 Government and Politics of US 3
Select 1 of the following: 4
Gen Inorganic Chemistry I
and Gen Inorganic Chem Lab I
 
General Introd to Chemistry  
 Semester Credit Hours16
Semester 2
ITEN 2301 Industrial Electronics 3
ITEN 2320 Industrial Materials 3
ISYS 2302 3
Communications 3
Creative arts 3
 Semester Credit Hours15
Junior Year
Semester 1
ACCT 2301 Principles of Accounting I 3
ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
ITEN 3306 Manufacturing Processes 3
ITEN 3331 Construction Technology 3
POLS 2302 Government and Politics of TX 3
 Semester Credit Hours15
Semester 2
ITEN 3313 Energy Systems 3
MGMT 3322 Principles of Management 3
Elective 3
Elective 3
ITEN, adv. 3
 Semester Credit Hours15
Senior Year
Semester 1
ITEN 3323 Cost Estimating 3
ITEN 3349 Lean Production (WI) 3
ITEN 4352 Quality Assurance 3
ITEN, adv. 3
Select 1 of the following: 3
 
 
 Semester Credit Hours15
Semester 2
ITEN 4336 Industrial Employment Research 3
ITEN 4332 Hazardous Waste and Fire Safe 3
ITEN 4340 Leadership and Supervision 3
ITEN, adv. 3
Select 1 of the following: 3
 
 
 Semester Credit Hours15
 Total Credit Hours Required: 120-121

Notes:

ITEN majors must complete at least 6 credit hours of program specific Math/Science courses and possess a Math/Science GPA of 2.0 before any ITEN 3000-4000 level courses can be scheduled.

By completing the following, ITEN majors earn a Certificate in Business Administration:

ACCT 2301Principles of Accounting I3
ECON 2301Principles of Macroeconomics3
ISYS 2302
MGMT 3322Principles of Management3

ITEN, adv.

Chosen from the following:

ITEN 3308Industrial Plastics3
ITEN 3310Fluid Power3
ITEN 3311Manufacturing Facilities3
ITEN 3315CAD/CAM3
ITEN 3321Architectural CAD3
ITEN 3324Industrial Controls3
ITEN 3333Industrial Scheduling3
ITEN 3336Industrial Hygiene I3
ITEN 3338Industrial Hygiene II3
ITEN 3345Advanced Graphics and Modeling3
ITEN 3352Inspection and Gaging3
ITEN 3399Industrial Internship I3
ITEN 4303Selected Topics3
ITEN 4330Manufacturing Systems3
ITEN 4340Leadership and Supervision3
ITEN 4353Construction Management3
ITEN 4362Data Analy and Decision Making3
ITEN 4399Industrial Internship II3
ITEN 4336Industrial Employment Research (The department's capstone course)3

Business, adv.

MTEN majors who elect to complete advanced business electives instead of advanced ITEN electives (maximum of two), with the intent of fulfilling Minor in Business Administration requirements, must compete at least one of the following four courses:

MKTG 3324Principles of Marketing3
MGMT 3325Human Resource Management3
MGMT 4324
BUAD 3355Business Statistics3

Second business elective can be any approved advanced business course.