Engineering Technology Division

Office: 4855 Fourth Street; 313-577-0800
Chairperson: Chih-Ping Yeh

Website: http://www.engineering.wayne.edu/et/


Computer Technology (B.S.C.T. Program)

Construction Management (B.S.C.M. Program)

Degree Programs

Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology (B.S.E.E.T. Program)

Electric Transportation Technology (B.S.E.T.T. Program)

Electromechanical Engineering Technology (B.S.E.M.T. Program)

Engineering Technology Honors (B.S. Program)

Energy Storage Systems, Advanced (Certificate Program)

Manufacturing Engineering Technology (B.S.M.F.T. Program)

Mechanical Engineering Technology (B.S.M.C.T. Program)

Course Index

Construction Management Technology Courses (CMT)

Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology Courses (EET)

Electric Transportation Technology Courses (ETT)

Engineering Technology Courses (E T)

Manufacturing/Industrial Engineering Technology Courses (MIT)

Mechanical Engineering Technology Courses (MCT)


Professors

Y. Gene Liao, Mulchand S. Rathod, Mukasa E. Ssemakula, Ece Yaprak

Assistant Professors

Ching-Ming Chen, Wen Chen, Ana Djuric

Part-Time Faculty

Mohamed Abderrahmane, M. Sohail Ahmed, Michael Berthiaume, Randy Fang, David Fu, Jerome Gibbs, Bryce Grevemeyer, Satish Ketkar, Jean C. Lynn, Boguslow Opalinski, Sandra Overway, Vinod Singh, Moise Sunda, Joseph Vaglica, Tommy White, Kwo-Hsiung Young

Degree Programs

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE in Computer Technology

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE in Construction Management

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE in Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE in Electric Transportation Technology

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE in Electromechanical Engineering Technology

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE in Manufacturing Engineering Technol­ogy

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE in Mechanical Engineering Technology

MASTER OF SCIENCE in Engineering Technology

The Division of Engineering Technology was founded in 1973 and offers both undergraduate (upper-division: junior and senior level) and graduate programs. It stresses the applications of current tech­nology to typical industrial problems. Entering students in the upper division program are assumed to have a background equivalent to an associate degree in engineering technology or in a related discipline. The program complements a community college education by provid­ing more application-oriented analytical techniques. In the curriculum a close relationship is maintained between the theoretical principles taught in the classroom and their applications in corresponding labo­ratories.

Engineering technology is a profession closely related to engineering and deals with the application of knowledge and skill to industrial pro­cesses, production, and management. Technologists are organizers of people, materials, and equipment for the effective planning, con­struction and maintenance of technical facilities and operations. They are responsible for work requiring technical and practical knowledge. They can apply their abilities in using technical equipment, selling technical products, serving as manufacturers' technical representa­tives, or supervising varied construction projects and manufacturing processes. They work with engineers in many aspects of project development, production planning, and final testing of industrial, mili­tary, or consumer products. Their talents are used in virtually every activity where technical expertise is required. They may be involved with electronic and mechanical instruments, experimental equipment, computing devices, tool design, manufacturing, or drafting.

Technical skills in the use of electronic equipment, machinery, tools, and drafting instruments are characteristic of this type of work. Thus, engineering technology students can find challenging employment in business and industry. Graduates of Wayne State's Engineering Technology program have been employed in areas such as manufac­turing engineering, engineering production, marketing, maintenance, quality control, product testing, field engineering, consulting engi­neering, design, and technical supervision. Baccalaureate engineer­ing technology graduates are often called technologists to distinguish them from baccalaureate graduates of engineering programs. How­ever, the National Bureau of Labor Statistics does not have a cate­gory called ‘technologist,' and consequently, many industrial job titles show little distinction between technologists and engineers. Gradu­ates of Engineering Technology and Engineering programs comple­ment each other in their skills and interests, and together with technicians and scientists, they form a technological team which has been able to produce an ever-increasing rate of technological advancement.

Computer Technology (B.S.C.T. Program)

The Bachelor of Science in Computer Technology (B.S.C.T.) pre­pares students for professional work relating advancements in basic science to practical computer applications. This degree is an interdis­ciplinary program of study which provides a combination of profes­sional courses in computer science, information systems, electronics, and information technology. The particular strengths of the program include: applied hands-on curriculum; hardware oriented laboratory experiences; scientific advancement merged with applica­tions; and the various skills and knowledge required for the enhanced job market in this field. The computer technology program offers excellent prospects for professional positions in both business and industry where the sophistication and implementation of comput­ers dominate a broad spectrum of employment opportunities. This region of the state has a large concentration of high technology firms which employ information system designers and application integra­tors. Classes are usually offered both during the day and in the eve­ning.

Admission Requirements

The B.S.C.T. degree program is designed to admit students who sat­isfy the general undergraduate admission requirements of the Uni­versity (see Admission, Undergraduate) and have an associate degree or equivalent course work in preparatory programs such as computer information systems, computer technology, data process­ing or closely related disciplines. A minimum grade point average (g.p.a.) of 2.5 is required for admission into the program. Students with a g.p.a. of 2.0 to 2.5 may be admitted as Pre-Engineering Tech­nology students, and may be transferred into the B.S.C.T. program upon successful completion of pre-calculus (MAT 1800) and physical science courses, with a g.p.a. of 2.5 or above. A Mathematics Place­ment Examination is required of entering students who have not already earned advanced credit in pre-calculus. It is recommended that this examination be taken prior to first registration at Wayne State; contact Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Ser­vices (313-577-3400).

A Mathematics Placement Examination is required of entering stu­dents who have not already earned advanced credit in pre-calculus. It is recommended that this examination be taken prior to first regis­tration at Wayne State; contact Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Services (313-577-3400)

Application for Undergraduate Admission form is required and may be requested from: Office of Admissions, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan 48202.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

Candidates for the B.S.C.T. degree must earn a minimum of 128 credits, as outlined in one of the following major programs and including the University General Education requirements (see Gen­eral Education Program). University policy allows a maximum of sixty-four semester credits transferred from community colleges to Wayne State, but students following University-approved articulation agreements with community colleges are able to exceed the maxi­mum of sixty-four credits; a minimum of thirty semester credits must be earned from Wayne State, at least twenty-four of which must be in Division of Engineering Technology courses. All coursework must be completed in accordance with the academic procedures of the Uni­versity and the College (see Bachelor's Degree Requirements, Aca­demic Regulations, and Academic Regulations: Engineering Technology Division) and must conform to Division academic stan­dards.

In order to graduate, the University requires a minimum 2.0 g.p.a. in total resident credit, and the Division a minimum 2.0 g.p.a. in total coursework in the area of specialization; as well as satisfaction of all University Undergraduate General Education Requirements (see General Education Program) including satisfactory achievement of the Critical Thinking Requirement either by completion of a (CT) course or by passing the Critical Thinking Competency Examination (administered by Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Ser­vices).

Plan of Study: Due to wide variation in backgrounds of associate degree holders, as well as differing rates of progress of full- or part-time students, an individually-tailored plan of study will be developed for each student, in conjunction with a faculty advisor. Courses will be selected based on the student's academic preparation, course pre­requisites, and proposed scheduling of courses.

Required Background: Any student deficient in any courses listed under Lower Division (Community College) Technical Transfer Credit will be required to remove the deficiency before completion of fifteen credits in basic science/mathematics and technical core courses.

Program Requirements: The Bachelor of Science in Computer Technology requires 128 credits as outlined below:

BASIC SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS

CSC 1100 --  Problem Solving and Programming: Cr. 3
CSC 1101 -- Problem Solving and Programming Lab: Cr. 1
MAT 1800 -- Elementary Functions: Cr. 4
MAT 3430 -- Applied Differential and Integral Calculus (E T 3430): Cr. 4
Physical Science (PS) elective (PHY 1020 recommended): Cr. 4
Life Science (LS) elective (PSY course recommended): Cr. 3

Total Credits: 19

B.S.C.T. TECHNICAL CORE

CSC 3750 -- Introduction to Web Technology: Cr. 3
CSC 4110 -- Software Engineering: Cr. 3
CSC 4111 -- Software Engineering Lab: Cr. 1
CSC 4420 -- Computer Operating Systems: Cr. 3
CSC 4421 -- Computer Operating Systems Lab: Cr. 1
CSC 4710 -- Information Systems Design: Cr. 3
E T 3850 -- Reliability and Engineering Statistics: Cr. 3
E T 3870 or E T 5870
   -- Engineering Economic Analysis: Cr. 3
   -- Engineering Project Management: Cr. 3
E T 4999 -- (WI) Senior Project: Cr. 3
EET 3100 -- Advanced Digital Design: Cr. 3
EET 3720 -- Micro and Programmable Controllers: Cr. 3
EET 4100 -- Computer Hardware Design: Cr. 3
EET 5720 -- Computer Networking Applications: Cr. 4
CSC/EET Upper Division Technical Electives: Cr. 3

Total Credits: 42

LOWER DIVISION TECHNICAL TRANSFER CREDIT
   (see Technology Transfer Credit)

CSC 2110 --  Computer Science I: Cr. 3
CSC 2111 -- Computer Science I Lab: Cr. 1
CSC 2200 -- Computer Science II: Cr. 3
CSC 2201 -- Computer Science II Lab: Cr. 1
EET 2100 -- Principles of Digital Design: Cr. 3
EET 2720 -- Microprocessor Fundamentals: Cr. 3
Other CIS/EET technology courses: Cr. 26

Total Credits: 40

COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS

(BC) Basic Composition course: Cr. 3
(IC) Intermediate Composition course
(OC) Oral Communication course

Total Credits: 9

OTHER GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

American Society and Institutions (AI): Cr. 3
Critical and Analytic Thinking (CT) Competency Examination: Cr. 0
Foreign Culture (FC): Cr. 3
Historical Studies (HS): Cr. 3
Philosophy and Letters (PL): Cr. 3
Social Sciences (SS): Cr. 3
Visual and Performing Arts (VP): Cr. 3

Total Credits: 18

Total minimum semester credits for the B.S.C.T. degree: 128

Construction Management (B.S.C.M. Program)

A professional construction manager is someone who co-ordinates all that goes into a construction project. The overall goal of a con­struction manager is to produce a financially sound project that is completed on time and meets the specific needs of the client as well as the codes put forth by governmental agencies. Responsibilities of a of a construction manager are: project planning, cost, time, safety, quality, and contracts. Working professionals seeking to advance their education, students interested in construction management, or seasoned employees looking to start their own companies often choose construction management to help achieve career goals. Peo­ple with construction management degrees often work as project managers, superintendents, estimators, schedulers, or green con­struction/LEED specialists. Many people in the construction industry own and operate their own businesses.

The program offered in construction management specialization includes course work on construction project management, estimat­ing, scheduling, safety, legal and professional aspects, specifica­tions, computer applications and a capstone project. Additional courses from the Business School on accounting, marketing, and management complement the program. Co-op and internship oppor­tunities are available to the students in summers as well as the aca­demic year

Admission Requirements

This program is designed to admit students who satisfy the general undergraduate admission requirements of the University (see Admis­sion, Undergraduate) and have an associate degree or equivalent course work in architectural technology, construction technology, and civil technology. A minimum grade point average (g.p.a.) of 2.5 is required for admission into the program. Students with a g.p.a. of 2.0 to 2.5 may be admitted as pre-engineering technology students, and may be transferred into the B.S.C.M. program upon successful com­pletion of pre-calculus (MAT 1800) and physical science courses, with a g.p.a. of 2.5 or above. A Mathematics Placement Examination is required of entering students who have not already earned advanced credit in pre-calculus. It is recommended that this exam­ination be taken prior to first registration at Wayne State; contact Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Services (313-577-3400).

A Mathematics Placement Examination is required of entering stu­dents who have not already earned advanced credit in pre-calculus. It is recommended that this examination be taken prior to first regis­tration at Wayne State; contact Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Services (313-577-3400)

Application for Undergraduate Admission form is required and may be requested from: Office of Admissions, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan 48202.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

Candidates for the B.S.C.M. degree must earn a minimum of 128 credits, as outlined in one of the following major programs and including the University General Education requirements (see Gen­eral Education Program). University policy allows a maximum of sixty-four semester credits transferred from community colleges to Wayne State, but students following University-approved articulation agreements with community colleges are able to exceed the maxi­mum of sixty-four credits; a minimum of thirty semester credits must be earned from Wayne State, at least twenty-four of which must be in Division of Engineering Technology courses. All coursework must be completed in accordance with the academic procedures of the Uni­versity and the College (see Bachelor's Degree Requirements, Aca­demic Regulations, and Academic Regulations: Engineering Technology Division) and must conform to Division academic stan­dards.

In order to graduate, the University requires a minimum 2.0 g.p.a. in total resident credit, and the Division a minimum 2.0 g.p.a. in total coursework in the area of specialization; as well as satisfaction of all University Undergraduate General Education Requirements (see General Education Program) including satisfactory achievement of the Critical Thinking Requirement either by completion of a (CT) course or by passing the Critical Thinking Competency Examination (administered by Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Ser­vices).

Program Requirements: The Bachelor of Science in Construction Management degree requires 128 credits as outlined in the following curriculum.

BASIC SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS

CHM 1020 -- (PS) Survey of General Chemistry: Cr. 4
MAT 1800 -- Elementary Functions: Cr. 4
MAT 3430 -- Applied Differential and Integral Calculus (E T 3430): Cr. 4
PHY 2130 -- (PS) General Physics: Cr. 3
PHY 2131 -- General Physics Lab: Cr. 1
Life Sciences (LS) elective: Cr. 3

Total Credits: 19

BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT

CMT 3050 -- Construction Bus. Accounting and Financial Management: Cr. 3
CMT 4030 -- Facility Management Principles: Cr. 3
ECO 2020 -- (SS) Principles of Macroeconomics: Cr. 4
E T 3870 -- Engineering Economic Analysis: Cr. 3
PHI 1120 -- (PL) Professional Ethics: Cr. 3
Business Management Elective: Cr. 6

Total Credits: 21

CONSTRUCTION SCIENCE and CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

CMT 3000 -- Construction Estimating and Bidding: Cr. 3
CMT 3010 -- Introduction to Construction Management: Cr. 3
CMT 3030 -- Construction Safety Management: Cr. 3
CMT 3020 -- Residential and Commercial Land Development and Design: Cr. 3
CMT 3040 -- Building Codes: Cr. 3
CMT 3060 -- Planning and Scheduling: Cr. 3
CMT 3070 -- Introduction to Green Construction: Cr. 3
CMT 3080 -- Advanced Computers in Construction: Cr. 3
CMT 4050 -- Construction Methods: Cr. 3
CMT 4070 -- Mechanical and Electrical Systems in Buildings: Cr. 3
CMT 4200 -- (WI) Senior Project: Cr. 3

Total Credits: 36

LOWER DIVISION TECHNICAL TRANSFER CREDIT
   (see Technology Transfer Credit)

Introduction to 2D and 3D CAD: Cr. 3
Soils and Foundations: Cr. 3
Applied Building Construction: Cr. 3
Construction Laws and Administration: Cr. 2
Other technology courses: Cr. 20

Total Credits: 31

COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS

(BC) Basic Composition course: Cr. 3
(IC) Intermediate Composition course
(OC) Oral Communication course

Total Credits: 9

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

American Society and Institutions (AI): Cr. 3
Critical and Analytic Thinking (CT): Cr. 0
Foreign Culture (FC): Cr. 3
Historical Studies (HS): Cr. 3
Visual and Performing Arts (VP): Cr. 3

Total Credits: 12

Total minimum semester credits for the EET program: 128

Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology (B.S.E.E.T. Program)

The Bachelor of Science in Electrical/Electronic Engineering Tech­nology (B.S.E.E.T.) Program prepares students for diverse and dynamic careers in industry. Electrical/Electronic Engineering Tech­nologists use the principals of science and math to solve problems in industry and business, both in the public and privatize sectors. They work alongside engineers, independently, as well as in a supervisory capacity. This field is in touch with a wide and growing range of appli­cations of technology, and therefore has many applications in today's workforce. The B.S.E.E.T. program emphasizes hands-on laboratory experiences, and courses stress the practical application of mathe­matics, science, and engineering to solve real world problems. Possi­ble applications for this degree include: the automotive industry, business machines/professional and scientific equipment, computers and electronics; defense, and electronic utilities. The BSEET pro­gram is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technol­ogy (TAC - ABET).

Admission Requirements

This program is designed to admit students who satisfy the general undergraduate admission requirements of the University (see Admis­sion, Undergraduate) and have an associate degree and a minimum grade point average (g.p.a.) of 2.50. Students with a g.p.a. of 2.0 to 2.5 may be admitted as pre-engineering technology students, and may be transferred into the engineering technology program upon successful completion of MAT 1800 and PHY 2130 with a g.p.a. of 2.50. A Mathematics Placement Examination is required of entering students who have not already earned advanced credit in pre-calcu­lus. It is recommended that this examination be taken prior to first registration at Wayne State; contact Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Services (313-577-3400).

Required Background: Any student deficient in any courses listed under Lower Division Technical Transfer Credit will be required to remove the deficiencies before electing any EET courses

A Mathematics Placement Examination is required of entering stu­dents who have not already earned advanced credit in pre-calculus. It is recommended that this examination be taken prior to first regis­tration at Wayne State; contact Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Services (313-577-3400)

Application for Undergraduate Admission form is required and may be requested from: Office of Admissions, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan 48202.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

This program extends the practical and applied base of the associate degree program by means of more theoretical electrical and broad engineering technology courses together with further background courses in mathematics, science, and socio-humanities. Candidates for the B.S.E.E.T. degree must earn a minimum of 128 credits, as outlined in one of the following major programs and including the Uni­versity General Education requirements (see General Education Pro­gram). University policy allows a maximum of sixty-four semester credits transferred from community colleges to Wayne State, but stu­dents following University-approved articulation agreements with community colleges are able to exceed the maximum of sixty-four credits; a minimum of thirty semester credits must be earned from Wayne State, at least twenty-four of which must be in Division of Engineering Technology courses. All coursework must be completed in accordance with the academic procedures of the University and the College (see Bachelor's Degree Requirements, Academic Regu­lations, and Academic Regulations: Engineering Technology Divi­sion) and must conform to Division academic standards.

In order to graduate, the University requires a minimum 2.0 g.p.a. in total resident credit, and the Division a minimum 2.0 g.p.a. in total coursework in the area of specialization; as well as satisfaction of all University Undergraduate General Education Requirements (see General Education Program) including satisfactory achievement of the Critical Thinking Requirement either by completion of a (CT) course or by passing the Critical Thinking Competency Examination (administered by Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Ser­vices).

Plan of Study: Due to the various educational backgrounds of associ­ate degree graduates and the different rates of progress of full-time and part-time students, individual plans of study are developed for students in conjunction with faculty advisors.

NOTE: A student who, after receiving one undergraduate degree at Wayne State University, wishes to obtain a second bachelor's degree must complete at least thirty credits beyond those applied toward the first degree.

Program Requirements: The Bachelor of Science in Electrical/Elec­tronic Engineering Technology requires 128 credits as outlined in the following curriculum.

BASIC SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS

CHM 1020 -- (PS) Survey of General Chemistry: Cr. 4
MAT 1800 -- Elementary Functions: Cr. 4
MAT 3430 -- Applied Differential and Integral Calculus (E T 3430): Cr. 4
MAT 3450 -- Applied Calculus and Differential Equations (E T 3450): Cr. 4
PHY 2130 -- (PS) General Physics: Cr. 4
PHY 2131 -- General Physics Lab: Cr. 1
PHY 2140 -- General Physics: Cr. 4
PHY 2141 -- General Physics Lab: Cr. 1
Life Sciences (LS) elective: Cr. 3

Total Credits: 29

EET TECHNICAL CORE

E T 3850 -- Reliability and Engineering Statistics: Cr. 3
E T 3870 -- Engineering Economic Analysis: Cr. 3
E T 4999 -- (WI) Senior Project: Cr. 3
E T 5870 -- Engineering Project Management: Cr. 3
EET 3100 -- Advanced Digital Design: Cr. 3
EET 3150 -- Network Analysis: Cr. 4
EET 3180 -- Analog Electronics: Cr. 4
EET 3300 -- Applied Signal Processing: Cr. 3
EET 3500 -- Electrical Machines and Power Systems: Cr. 3
EET 3720 -- Micro and Programmable Controllers: Cr. 3
EET 4200 -- Control Systems: Cr. 4
EET Upper Division Technical Electives: Cr. 6

Total Credits: 42

LOWER DIVISION TECHNICAL TRANSFER CREDIT
   (see Technology Transfer Credit)

E T 2160 -- Computer Applications for Engineering Technology: Cr. 2
EET 2000 -- Electrical Principles: Cr. 3
EET 2100 -- Principles of Digital Design: Cr. 3
EET 2720 -- Microprocessor Fundamentals: Cr. 3
Other technology courses: Cr. 21

Total Credits: 32

COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS

(BC) Basic Composition course: Cr. 3
(IC) Intermediate Composition course
(OC) Oral Communication course

Total Credits: 9

OTHER GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

Historical Studies (HS): Cr. 3
American Society and Institutions (AI): Cr. 3
Critical and Analytic Thinking (CT) Competency Examination: Cr. 0
Foreign Culture (FC): Cr. 3
Visual and Performing Arts (VP): Cr. 3
Philosophy and Letters (PL): Cr. 3
Social Sciences (SS): Cr. 3

Total Credits: 18

Total minimum semester credits for the EET program: 128

Electromechanical Engineering Technology (B.S.E.M.T. Program)

The Bachelor of Science in Electromechanical Engineering Technol­ogy (B.S.E.M.T.) offers an opportunity in interdisciplinary education, resulting from the implementation of electronics and computers in engineering systems. This major offers an individual plan of study with coursework in electronics, electrical, manufacturing, and mechanical areas, with appropriate prerequisite courses. The pro­gram is designed to extend the practical and applied base of the associate degree program by means of more theoretical and more comprehensive engineering technology courses, combined with background courses in mathematics, science, and socio-humanities.

Admission Requirements

This program is designed to admit students who satisfy the general undergraduate admission requirements of the University (see Admis­sion, Undergraduate) and have an associate degree in electrical, electronics, industrial, manufacturing, mechanical, or related technol­ogy from a community college or equivalent college-level course­work. A minimum grade point average (g.p.a.) of 2.50 is required for admission to the program. Students with a g.p.a. of 2.0 to 2.5 may be admitted as pre-engineering technology students, and may be trans­ferred into the engineering technology program upon successful completion of MAT 1800 and PHY 2130 with a g.p.a. of 2.50. A Math­ematics Placement Examination is required of entering students who have not already earned advanced credit in pre-calculus. It is recom­mended that this examination be taken prior to first registration at Wayne State; contact Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Services (313-577-3400).

Required Background: Any student deficient in any courses listed under Lower Division Technical Transfer Credit will be required to remove deficiencies before completing fifteen credits in basic sci­ence/mathematics and technical core courses.

A Mathematics Placement Examination is required of entering stu­dents who have not already earned advanced credit in pre-calculus. It is recommended that this examination be taken prior to first regis­tration at Wayne State; contact Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Services (313-577-3400)

Application for Undergraduate Admission form is required and may be requested from: Office of Admissions, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan 48202.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

Candidates for the B.S.E.M.T. degree must earn a minimum of 128 credits, as outlined in one of the following major programs and including the University General Education requirements (see Gen­eral Education Program). University policy allows a maximum of sixty-four semester credits transferred from community colleges to Wayne State, but students following University-approved articulation agreements with community colleges are able to exceed the maxi­mum of sixty-four credits; a minimum of thirty semester credits must be earned from Wayne State, at least twenty-four of which must be in Division of Engineering Technology courses. All coursework must be completed in accordance with the academic procedures of the Uni­versity and the College (see Bachelor's Degree Requirements, Aca­demic Regulations, and Academic Regulations: Engineering Technology Division) and must conform to Division academic stan­dards.

In order to graduate, the University requires a minimum 2.0 g.p.a. in total resident credit, and the Division a minimum 2.0 g.p.a. in total coursework in the area of specialization; as well as satisfaction of all University Undergraduate General Education Requirements (see General Education Program) including satisfactory achievement of the Critical Thinking Requirement either by completion of a (CT) course or by passing the Critical Thinking Competency Examination (administered by Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Ser­vices).

Program Requirements: The Bachelor of Science in Electrome­chanical Engineering Technology requires 128 credits as outlined in the following curriculum.

BASIC SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS

CHM 1020 -- (PS) Survey of General Chemistry: Cr. 4
MAT 1800 -- Elementary Functions: Cr. 4
MAT 3430 -- Applied Differential and Integral Calculus (E T 3430): Cr. 4
MAT 3450 -- Applied Calculus and Differential Equations (E T 3450): Cr. 4
PHY 2130 -- (PS) General Physics: Cr. 4
PHY 2131 -- General Physics Lab: Cr. 1
PHY 2140 -- General Physics: Cr. 4
PHY 2141 -- General Physics Lab: Cr. 1

Life Sciences (LS) elective: Cr. 3

Total Credits: 29

EMT TECHNICAL CORE

E T 3030 -- Statics: Cr. 3
E T 3050 -- Dynamics: Cr. 3
E T 3850 -- Reliability and Engineering Statistics: Cr. 3
E T 3870 -- Engineering Economic Analysis: Cr. 3
E T 4999 -- (WI) Senior Project: Cr. 3
E T 5870 -- Engineering Project Management: Cr. 3
EET 3150 -- Network Analysis: Cr. 4
EET 3500 -- Electrical Machines and Power Systems: Cr. 3
EET 3720 -- Micro and Programmable Controllers: Cr. 3
EET 4200 -- Control Systems: Cr. 4
MCT 3010 -- Instrumentation: Cr. 3
MIT 3500 -- Machine Tool Laboratory: Cr. 1
EMT Upper Division Technical Electives: Cr. 6

Total Credits: 42

LOWER DIVISION TECHNICAL TRANSFER CREDIT
   (see Technology Transfer Credit)

E T 2140 -- Computer Graphics: Cr. 3
E T 2160 --  Computer Applications for Engineering Technology: Cr. 2
E T 2200 -- Engineering Materials: Cr. 3
EET 2000 -- Electrical Principles: Cr. 3
EET 2720 -- Microprocessor Fundamentals: Cr. 3
Other technology courses: Cr. 18

Total Credits: 32

COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS

(BC) Basic Composition course: Cr. 3
(IC) Intermediate Composition course
(OC) Oral Communication course

Total Credits: 9

OTHER GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

American Society and Institutions (AI): Cr. 3
Critical and Analytic Thinking (CT) Competency Examination: Cr. 0
Foreign Culture (FC): Cr. 3
Historical Studies (HS): Cr. 3
Philosophy and Letters (PL): Cr. 3
Social Sciences (SS): Cr. 3
Visual and Performing Arts (VP): Cr. 3

Total Credits: 18

Total minimum semester credits for the EMT program: 128

Electric Transportation Technology (B.S.E.T.T. Program)

The Bachelor of Science in Electric Transportation Technology (B.S.E.T.T.) Program prepares students for dynamic careers in an up in coming area of the automotive industry. Electric Transportation Technologists use the principals of science and math to solve prob­lems in industry and business, both in the public and privatize sec­tors. They work alongside engineers, independently, as well as in a supervisory capacity. This field is in touch with a wide and growing range of applications of technology, and therefore has many applica­tions in today's workforce. The B.S.E.T.T. curriculum is a broad-based, technically-oriented education that emphasizes the applica­tion of advanced technology to solve problems, design and develop products, and improve processes, procedures, equipment, and facili­ties. Possible applications for a B.S.E.T.T. degree include the various aspects of working with electric vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles and plug-in electric vehicles as well as fuel-cell vehicles. As demand for efficiency and sustainability grow in the transportation sector, B.S.E.T.T. graduates will be able to meet the needs of industry.

Admission Requirements

This program is designed to admit students who satisfy the general undergraduate admission requirements of the University (see Admis­sion, Undergraduate) and have an associate degree with a minimum grade point average (g.p.a.) of 2.50. Students with a g.p.a. of 2.0 to 2.5 may be admitted as pre-engineering technology students, and may be transferred into the engineering technology program upon successful completion of MAT 1800 and PHY 2130 with a g.p.a. of 2.50. A Mathematics Placement Examination is required of entering students who have not already earned advanced credit in pre-calcu­lus. It is recommended that this examination be taken prior to first registration at Wayne State; contact Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Services (313-577-3400).

Required Background: Any student deficient in any courses listed under Lower Division Technical Transfer Credit will be required to remove the deficiencies before electing any EET courses.

A Mathematics Placement Examination is required of entering stu­dents who have not already earned advanced credit in pre-calculus. It is recommended that this examination be taken prior to first regis­tration at Wayne State; contact Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Services (313-577-3400)

Application for Undergraduate Admission form is required and may be requested from: Office of Admissions, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan 48202.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

This program extends the practical and applied base of the associate degree program by means of more theoretical electrical, advanced energy storage, and hybrid electric vehicle technology courses together with further background courses in mathematics, science, and socio-humanities. Candidates for the B.S.E.T.T. degree must earn a minimum of 128 credits, as outlined in one of the following major programs and including the University General Education requirements (see General Education Program). University policy allows a maximum of sixty-four semester credits transferred from community colleges to Wayne State, but students following Univer­sity-approved articulation agreements with community colleges are able to exceed the maximum of sixty-four credits; a minimum of thirty semester credits must be earned from Wayne State, at least twenty-four of which must be in Division of Engineering Technology courses. All coursework must be completed in accordance with the academic procedures of the University and the College (see Bachelor's Degree Requirements, Academic Regulations, and Academic Regulations: Engineering Technology Division) and must conform to Division aca­demic standards.

In order to graduate, the University requires a minimum 2.0 g.p.a. in total resident credit, and the Division a minimum 2.0 g.p.a. in total coursework in the area of specialization; as well as satisfaction of all University Undergraduate General Education Requirements (see General Education Program) including satisfactory achievement of the Critical Thinking Requirement either by completion of a (CT) course or by passing the Critical Thinking Competency Examination (administered by Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Ser­vices).

Program Requirements: The Bachelor of Science in Electric Trans­portation Technology requires 128 credits as outlined in the following curriculum.

BASIC SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS

CHM 1020 -- (PS) Survey of General Chemistry: Cr. 4
MAT 1800 -- Elementary Functions: Cr. 4
MAT 3430 -- Applied Differential and Integral Calculus (E T 3430): Cr. 4
MAT 3450 -- Applied Calculus and Differential Equations (E T 3450): Cr. 4
PHY 2130 -- (PS) General Physics: Cr. 4
PHY 2131 -- General Physics Lab: Cr. 1
PHY 2140 -- General Physics: Cr. 4
PHY 2141 -- General Physics Lab: Cr. 1

Life Sciences (LS) elective: Cr. 3

Total Credits: 29

ETT TECHNICAL CORE

E T 4999 -- (WI) Senior Project: Cr. 3
E T 5870 -- Engineering Project Management: Cr. 3
EET 3100 -- Advanced Digital Design: Cr. 3
EET 3150 -- Network Analysis: Cr. 4
EET 3180 -- Analog Electronics: Cr. 4
EET 3500 -- Electric Machines and Power Systems, Cr. 3
EET 4200 -- Control Systems: Cr. 4
ETT 3190 -- Fundamentals of Automotive Electrical and Electronic Systems: Cr. 3
ETT 4150 -- Fundamental of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles: Cr. 3
ETT 4310 -- Energy Storage Systems for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles: Cr. 3
ETT 4650 -- Power Electronics and Charging Infrastructure for
   Hybrid and Electric Drive Vehicles: Cr. 3
ETT Upper Division Technical Electives: Cr. 6

Total Credits: 42

LOWER DIVISION TECHNICAL TRANSFER CREDIT
   (see Technology Transfer Credit)

E T 2160 --  Computer Applications for Engineering Technology: Cr. 2
EET 2100 -- Principles of Digital Design: Cr. 3
EET 2720 -- Microprocessor Fundamentals: Cr. 3
Automotive Technology-related Courses: Cr. 12
Other technology courses: Cr. 12

Total Credits: 32

COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS

(BC) Basic Composition course: Cr. 3
(IC) Intermediate Composition course
(OC) Oral Communication course

Total Credits: 9

OTHER GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

Historical Studies (HS): Cr. 3
American Society and Institutions (AI): Cr. 3
Critical and Analytic Thinking (CT) Competency Examination: Cr. 0
Foreign Culture (FC): Cr. 3
Visual and Performing Arts (VP): Cr. 3
Philosophy and Letters (PL): Cr. 3
Social Sciences (SS): Cr. 3

Total Credits: 18

Total minimum semester credits for the EET program: 128

Mechanical Engineering Technology (B.S.M.C.T. Program)

The Mechanical Engineering Technology (B.S.M.C.T.) Program pre­pares students for diverse and dynamic careers in industry. B.S.M.C.T. graduates work in fields that require understanding of the relationships and dependencies among materials, product develop­ment, manufacturing systems and processes, or energy production, transformation and transmission (including alternative energy). The program emphasizes hands-on laboratory experiences, and courses stress the practical application of mathematics, science, and engi­neering to solve real world problems. The B.S.M.C.T. program pro­vides students with a well-rounded education focused on the knowledge of existing and new developments in their technical spe­cialty. The program offers students the opportunity to specialize in one of three tracks: design, energy, or manufacturing. B.S.M.C.T. graduates work with their minds as well as their hands to solve prob­lems related to their chosen area of specialization. The B.S.M.C.T. program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technol­ogy (ETAC - ABET).

Admission Requirements

This program is designed to admit students who satisfy the general undergraduate admission requirements of the University (see Admis­sion, Undergraduate) and have an associate degree or equivalent college-level course work in one of the following or related technical areas: Aerospace Technology, Automotive Technology, Climate Con­trol, Computer-Aided Design, Drafting, Energy Technology, Fluid Power, Manufacturing, Mechanical Design, Mechanical Technology, Powerplant. A minimum grade point average (g.p.a.) of 2.50 is required for admission to the program. Students with a g.p.a. of 2.0 to 2.5 may be admitted as pre-engineering technology students, and may be transferred into the engineering technology program upon successful completion of MAT 1800 and PHY 2130 with a g.p.a. of 2.50. A Mathematics Placement Examination is required of entering students who have not already earned advanced credit in pre-calcu­lus. It is recommended that this examination be taken prior to first registration at Wayne State; contact Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Services (313-577-3400).

Required Background: Any student deficient in any course listed under Lower Division Technical Transfer Credit will be required to remove the deficiency before completing fifteen credits in basic sci­ence/mathematics and technical core courses.

A Mathematics Placement Examination is required of entering stu­dents who have not already earned advanced credit in pre-calculus. It is recommended that this examination be taken prior to first regis­tration at Wayne State; contact Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Services (313-577-3400)

Application for Undergraduate Admission form is required and may be requested from: Office of Admissions, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan 48202.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

Candidates for the B.S.M.C.T. degree must earn a minimum of 128 credits, as outlined in one of the following major programs and including the University General Education requirements (see Gen­eral Education Program). University policy allows a maximum of sixty-four semester credits transferred from community colleges to Wayne State, but students following University-approved articulation agreements with community colleges are able to exceed the maxi­mum of sixty-four credits; a minimum of thirty semester credits must be earned from Wayne State, at least twenty-four of which must be in Division of Engineering Technology courses. All coursework must be completed in accordance with the academic procedures of the Uni­versity and the College (see Bachelor's Degree Requirements, Aca­demic Regulations, and Academic Regulations: Engineering Technology Division) and must conform to Division academic stan­dards.

In order to graduate, the University requires a minimum 2.0 g.p.a. in total resident credit, and the Division a minimum 2.0 g.p.a. in total coursework in the area of specialization; as well as satisfaction of all University Undergraduate General Education Requirements (see General Education Program) including satisfactory achievement of the Critical Thinking Requirement either by completion of a (CT) course or by passing the Critical Thinking Competency Examination (administered by Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Ser­vices).

Program Requirements: The Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology requires 128 credits as outlined in the fol­lowing curriculum.

BASIC SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS

CHM 1020 -- (PS) Survey of General Chemistry: Cr. 4
MAT 1800 -- Elementary Functions: Cr. 4
MAT 3430 -- Applied Differential and Integral Calculus (E T 3430): Cr. 4
MAT 3450 -- Applied Calculus and Differential Equations (E T 3450): Cr. 4
PHY 2130 -- (PS) General Physics: Cr. 4
PHY 2131 -- General Physics Lab: Cr. 1
PHY 2140 -- General Physics: Cr. 4
PHY 2141 -- General Physics Lab: Cr. 1
Life Sciences (LS) elective: Cr. 3

Total Credits: 29

MCT UPPER DIVISION CORE

E T 3030 -- Statics: Cr. 3
E T 3050 -- Dynamics: Cr. 3
E T 3850 -- Reliability and Engineering Statistics: Cr. 3
E T 3870 -- Engineering Economic Analysis: Cr. 3
E T 5870 -- Engineering Project Management: Cr. 3
E T 4999 -- (WI) Senior Project: Cr. 3
MCT 3010 -- Instrumentation: Cr. 3
MCT 4150 -- Applied Thermodynamics: Cr. 3
MIT 3500 -- Machine Tool Laboratory: Cr. 1

Total Credits: 25

MCT TECHNICAL TRACKS (Choose One)

Design Track:

MCT 3100 -- Mechanics of Materials: Cr. 3
MCT 3410 -- Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines: Cr. 3
MCT 4400 -- Design of Machine Elements: Cr. 3

Energy Track:

MCT 4180 -- Fluid Mechanics: Cr. 3
MCT 4210 -- Heat Transfer: Cr. 3
MCT 5210 -- Energy Sources and Conversion: Cr. 3

Manufacturing Track:

E T 5995 -- Special Topic in Robotics: Cr. 1
MIT 3520 -- Manufacturing Processes Theory: Cr. 2
MIT 3600 -- Process Engineering: Cr. 3
MIT 4700 -- Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing: Cr. 3

Total Credits: 9

UPPER DIVISION TECHNICAL ELECTIVES:
   Total Credits: 8

LOWER DIVISION TECHNICAL TRANSFER CREDIT
 (see Technology Transfer Credit)

E T 2140 -- Computer Graphics: Cr. 3
E T 2160 --  Computer Applications for Engineering Technology: Cr. 2
E T 2200 -- Engineering Materials: Cr. 3
EET 2000 -- Electrical Principles: Cr. 3
Other technology courses: Cr. 21

Total Credits: 32

COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS

(BC) Basic Composition course: Cr. 3
(IC) Intermediate Composition course
(OC) Oral Communication course

Total Credits: 9

OTHER GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

American Society and Institutions (AI): Cr. 3
Critical and Analytic Thinking (CT) Competency Examination: Cr. 0
Foreign Culture (FC): Cr. 3
Historical Studies (HS): Cr. 3
Philosophy and Letters (PL): Cr. 3
Social Sciences (SS): Cr. 3
Visual and Performing Arts (VP): Cr. 3

Total Credits: 18

Total minimum semester credits for the MCT program: 128

Manufacturing Engineering Technology (B.S.M.F.T. Program)

The Bachelor of Science In Manufacturing Engineering Technology (B.S.M.F.T.) degree prepares students for professional work in manu­facturing industry and advanced production systems. This is a pro­gram of study which provides a combination of professional courses in manufacturing, processes and systems, robotics, mechatronics and industrial automation, and welding and assembly processes. The particular strengths of the program include: applied hands-on curriculum; hardware-oriented laboratory experiences; scientific advancement merged with applications; and the various skills and knowledge required for the enhanced job market in this field. This region of Michigan has a large concentration of high technology firms which employ manufacturing professionals, designers, and applica­tion integrators. The program offers excellent prospects for profes­sional positions in both business and industry, where manufacturing dominates a broad spectrum of employment opportunities. Classes in the B.S.M.F.T. program are usually offered both during the day and in the evening.

Admission Requirements

The B.S.M.F.T. degree program is designed to admit students with an associate degree or equivalent course work in manufacturing. A min­imum grade point average (g.p.a.) of 2.5 is required for admission into the program. Students with a g.p.a. of 2.0 to 2.5 may be admitted as Pre-Engineering Technology students, and may be transferred into the B.S.M.F.T. program upon successful completion of pre-calcu­lus (MAT 1800) and physics courses, with a g.p.a. of 2.5 or above. A Mathematics Placement Examination is required of entering students who have not already earned advanced credit in pre-calculus. It is recommended that this examination be taken prior to first registration at Wayne State; contact the Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Services Office (313-577-3400).

A Mathematics Placement Examination is required of entering stu­dents who have not already earned advanced credit in pre-calculus. It is recommended that this examination be taken prior to first regis­tration at Wayne State; contact Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Services (313-577-3400)

Application for Undergraduate Admission form is required and may be requested from: Office of Admissions, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan 48202.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

Candidates for the B.S.M.F.T. degree must earn a minimum of 128 credits, as outlined in one of the following major programs and including the University General Education requirements (see Gen­eral Education Program). University policy allows a maximum of sixty-four semester credits transferred from community colleges to Wayne State, but students following University-approved articulation agreements with community colleges are able to exceed the maxi­mum of sixty-four credits; a minimum of thirty semester credits must be earned from Wayne State, at least twenty-four of which must be in Division of Engineering Technology courses. All coursework must be completed in accordance with the academic procedures of the Uni­versity and the College (see Bachelor's Degree Requirements, Aca­demic Regulations, and Academic Regulations: Engineering Technology Division) and must conform to Division academic stan­dards.

In order to graduate, the University requires a minimum 2.0 g.p.a. in total resident credit, and the Division a minimum 2.0 g.p.a. in total coursework in the area of specialization; as well as satisfaction of all University Undergraduate General Education Requirements (see General Education Program) including satisfactory achievement of the Critical Thinking Requirement either by completion of a (CT) course or by passing the Critical Thinking Competency Examination (administered by Testing, Evaluation, and Student Life Research Ser­vices).

Program Requirements: The Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering Technology requires 128 credits as outlined in the fol­lowing curriculum.

BASIC SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS

CHM 1020 -- (PS) Survey of General Chemistry: Cr. 4
MAT 1800 -- Elementary Functions: Cr. 4
MAT 3430 -- Applied Differential and Integral Calculus (E T 3430): Cr. 4
PHY 2130 -- (PS) General Physics: Cr. 4
PHY 2131 -- General Physics Lab: Cr. 1
PHY 2140 -- General Physics: Cr. 4
PHY 2141 -- General Physics Lab: Cr. 1
Life Sciences (LS) elective: Cr. 3

Total Credits: 25

MFT UPPER DIVISION CORE

E T 3030 -- Statics: Cr. 3
E T 3050 -- Dynamics: Cr. 3
E T 5100 -- Fundamentals of Machatronics and Industrial Applications: Cr. 3
E T 5870 -- Engineering Project Management: Cr. 3
E T 4999 -- (WI) Senior Project: Cr. 3
MCT 3010 -- Instrumentation: Cr. 3

MIT 3500 -- Machine Tool Laboratory: Cr. 1
MIT 3520 -- Manufacturing Processes Theory: Cr. 2
MIT 3600 -- Process Engineering: Cr. 3
MIT 4700 -- Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing: Cr. 3
MIT 4800 -- Quality Control: Cr. 4
MIT Upper Division Technical Electives: Cr. 15
      (Elective Topics: Additive Manufacturing, Robotics, Industrial Automation,
      3D Printing, Machine Vision)

Total Credits: 46

LOWER DIVISION TECHNICAL TRANSFER CREDIT
 (see Technology Transfer Credit)

E T 2140 -- Computer Graphics: Cr. 3
E T 2200 -- Engineering Materials: Cr. 3
EET 2000 -- Electrical Principles: Cr. 3
Other technology courses: Cr. 21

Total Credits: 30

COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS

(BC) Basic Composition course: Cr. 3
(IC) Intermediate Composition course
(OC) Oral Communication course

Total Credits: 9

OTHER GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

American Society and Institutions (AI): Cr. 3
Critical and Analytic Thinking (CT) Competency Examination: Cr. 0
Foreign Culture (FC): Cr. 3
Historical Studies (HS): Cr. 3
Philosophy and Letters (PL): Cr. 3
Social Sciences (SS): Cr. 3
Visual and Performing Arts (VP): Cr. 3

Total Credits: 18

Total minimum semester credits for the MFT program: 128

Engineering Technology Honors (B.S. Program)

Engineering Technology Honors demands a higher level of performance and offers more personal supervision by faculty than the regular curriculum. It is recommended for qualified students who have in interest in research and plan to go on to graduate or professional schools. The Honors Program is open to students seeking the Bach­elor of Science in Computer Technology, Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology, Electromechanical Engineering Technology, and Mechanical Engineering Technology. A cumulative grade point average of at least 3.3 is required for consideration for admission to and continuance in the program. Students are admitted on the recommendation of the Departmental Honors Program advisor. Interested students should contact the advisor and complete the Honors Plan of Work form when declaring their engineering technology major or at the beginning of the senior year. If a student has declared a major in engineering technology prior to entering the Honors Program, a new Declaration of Major must be completed for the Bachelor of Science with Honors.

Admission Requirements

See above.

DEGREE REQIUREMENTS

See above under general bachelor's degree requirements.

Department Honors Requirements (12 credits minimum)

• Students must meet all the ordinary requirements of the Engineering Technology major, and must have a 3.3 GPA overall

• One 4200- level HON seminar (HON 4200-4280) (Cr. 3)

• Thesis-Honors Option with ET 4999 (Cr. 3)

• Two Honors Options courses within the engineering technology major, taught by full-time faculty member (Cr. 3-4 each)

Energy Storage Systems, Advanced (Certificate Program)

The alternative energy economy relies heavily on advanced energy storage systems to prolong the life of energy generated by solar and wind systems. The changing nature of energy resources will increase the need for energy storage in both supply and demand. Energy stor­age facilities hold a key position in energy supply systems; the bene­fits of electric energy storage include increasing grid reliability, reducing system transmission congestion, helping manage load, and making renewable electricity sources more suitable as base load pro­viders. Energy storage technologies are also critical to the future of the automotive industry, which is innovating rapidly around vehicle electrification.

The Undergraduate Certificate Program in Advanced Energy Storage Systems provides technically-oriented education that emphasizes the application of advanced technology to solve problems, design and develop products, and improve processes, procedures, equip­ment, and facilities. This program aims to prepare students for appli­cation-oriented careers in Advanced Energy Storage System industry, including storage in automotive, consumer, nuclear and green industries; advanced battery systems and hydrogen electro­chemical cells; mechanical energy storage; thermal and chemical storage; inductive storage based on superconducting magnetic field; social and economical aspects of storage technology.

Admission Requirements

Students must be concurrently enrolled in or have completed an undergraduate degree (B.S.) in Engineering, Engineering Technol­ogy, Chemistry, or Physics. Students who are currently pursuing a B.S. must have completed at least sixty credits of undergraduate engineering, engineering technology, chemistry, or physics course­work with a minimum of a 2.0 cumulative major g.p.a. Students must document satisfactory completion of all prerequisite courses (or their equivalent) with a grade of C- or higher.

Certificate Requirements

Students interested in earning an Undergraduate Certificate in Advanced Energy Storage Systems must complete five courses (fif­teen credits) selected from the following six courses:

ETT 4150 -- Fundamentals of Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technology: Cr. 3
ETT 4310 -- Energy Storage Systems for Hybrid and Electric Vehicle: Cr. 3
ETT 4410 -- Introduction to Advanced Energy Storage: Cr. 3
ETT 4510 -- Power Management and Applications of Energy Storage Systems:
             Cr. 3
MCT 4150 -- Applied Thermodynamics: Cr. 3
MCT 5210 -- Energy Sources and Conversion: Cr. 3

Program Standards

All students must earn at least a C grade in each of the courses to be applied towards the Certificate and complete the coursework with an overall g.p.a. of at least 2.0. Students concurrently enrolled in an engineering or engineering technology undergraduate program will be governed by overall policy on substandard grades for students pursuing a B.S. degree (one substandard grade allowed for every twenty-four credits completed at WSU). Students who have com­pleted a B.S. degree and are pursuing only the Certificate will be allowed one substandard grade, with a subsequent successful repeat of the course, during completion of this academic program.