Oct 18, 2021  
Undergraduate Bulletin 2006-2008 
    
Undergraduate Bulletin 2006-2008 [Archived Catalog]

College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science


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Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science Building 243 ~ 260-481-6839 ~ www.etcs.ipfw.edu

The objective of the College of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science (ETCS) is to be an increasingly valuable technological resource for its students, and to serve society as an integral component of a unique and comprehensive university with vigorous regional ties and a growing national reputation. Within the broader mission of the university, the college’s goal is to prepare technicians, technologists, computer professionals, and engineers, and to provide its students with opportunities to develop fundamental skills, knowledge, and a professional attitude.

ETCS offers degree programs in computer science, engineering technologies, and engineering. Courses for these programs range from the study of fundamentals to practical, real-world, industrial methods.

Academic Programs

Full descriptions of the college’s certificate and degree programs appear in alphabetical order in Part 4 of this Bulletin.

Associate of Science

  Subject   Department
    Architectural Engineering Technology
Civil Engineering Technology
Computer Science
Electrical Engineering Technology
Industrial Engineering Technology
Information Systems
Interior Design
Mechanical Engineering Technology
            Civil and Architectural Engineering Technology
Civil and Architectural Engineering Technology
Computer Science
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Technology
Computer Science
Civil and Architectural Engineering Technology
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Technology

Bachelor of Science

  Subject   Department
    Computer Engineering (B.S.Cp.E.)
Computer Engineering Technology (B.S.)
Computer Science (B.S.)
Construction Engineering Technology (B.S.)
Electrical Engineering Engineering (B.S.E.E.)
Electrical Engineering Technology (B.S.)
Industrial Engineering Technology (B.S.)
Information Systems (B.S.)
Interior Design (B.S.)
Mechanical Engineering Engineering (B.S.M.E.)
Mechanical Engineering Technology (B.S.)
  Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
Computer Science
Civil and Architectural Engineering Technology
Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Technology
Computer Science
Civil and Architectural Engineering Technology
Engineering
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Technology

Certificate

    Subject   Department
  Advanced Microprocessors
Computer Controlled Systems
Computer Networking
Electronic Communications
Power Electronic Systems
Quality 
                       Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Technology

Minor

   Subject                                      Department
  Computer Science
Electronics
Information Systems
                                  Computer Science
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
Computer Science

Transfer Program

  Subject   Department
  Engineering   Engineering

General Degree and Certificate Requirements

In addition to the academic regulations of IPFW (see Part 7), the following rules apply to students in the college. Where the college regulations are stricter than IPFW regulations, the college regulations apply.

Certificates and Associate Degrees

Requirements for certificates and Associate of Science degrees offered by the college are specified in the college’s departmental listings.

Bachelor’s Degrees

In addition to the requirements of IPFW (see Part 7) and those of your elected major, you must satisfy the following requirements of the College of Engineering, Technology,and Computer Science:

  1. Earn a minimum of 124 credits.
  2. Earn a graduation GPA of 2.00 or better in courses required for the major that are offered by the major department.
  3. Satisfactorily complete ENG W131 or an equivalent English composition course with a grade of C or better.
  4. Satisfactorily complete any additional degree requirements defined by individual departments based upon respective accrediting body criteria.

No credit toward graduation will be given for (a) courses or sequences considered to have overlapping content (see listings, School of Arts and Sciences) and (b) developmental courses such as CHM 100; EDUC X15x; ENG R15x, W11x, W130; and MA 109, 111, 113.

Graduation Survey

All ETCS students need to complete an online survey prior to graduation. Contact your department for more information.

Cooperative Education (Co-Op) and Related Programs

The college’s departments offer many options for Cooperative Education experiences. Regular co-op positions, work-study internships, and practicum positions are available and many departments offer laboratory or teaching assistantships. You should check with your department for these opportunities.

 

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