DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY
Charles E. Coddington, Chairperson, 103 Flanagan
DESN: Design and Drafting
5500. Independent Study: Graphic Communication (3) (F,S,SS) May be repeated for credit with consent of dept chair. Research-oriented. Problem solving in graphic communication.
DTEC: Digital Communications Technology
6800. Internet Research Methods (3) Internet connectivity required. Collaboration methods which emphasize problem-solving in industry and other technical environments.
6805. Computer Networking Hardware (3) Internet connectivity required. P: DTEC 6800. Hardware components used in modern networking environment. Emphasis on operational characteristics and specification of each component used in computer network.
6810. Communication Technology (3) Internet connectivity required. P: DTEC 6800. Analysis of design, development, and operation of contemporary technical systems used by industry to transmit, process, retrieve, preserve, and store information.
6815. Network Media Services (3) Internet connectivity required. P: DTEC 6800. Study of design and implementation of multimedia technology applied to enterprise website strategy. Topics include design of multimedia objects and technology for deploying a media rich environment.
6820. Networking Technology for Industry (3) Internet connectivity required. P: DTEC 6805 or equivalent experience. Design, implementation, and maintenance of industrial computer networks.
6825. Dynamic Web Services (3) Internet connectivity required. P: DTEC 6815. Modern technologies for providing dynamic contents with enterprise websites. Topics include creation and management of dynamics web services.
6830. Advanced Networking Technology (3) Internet connectivity required. P: DTEC 6810, 6820. Advanced topics in computer networking technology used in industry. Problem-solving activities dealing with installation, configuration, and security of internet and intranet services.
6835. Enterprise Web Services (3) Internet connectivity required. P: DTEC 6825. Study of integrated web services to a successful enterprise web presence. Topics include development of web site with multiple integrated services, website performance, and security consideration.
6840. Communication Strategies for Industry (3) Internet connectivity required. P: DTEC 6830. Models and techniques advocated by leaders in field of communications to provide basis for improving exchange of information at all levels of industrial organization.
6845. Web Site Development (3) Internet connectivity required. P: DTEC 6800. Latest technology in developing successful web sites on Internet as related to industry and business applications, including protocols, standards, and programming tools.
6850. Managing Technological Change (3) Internet connectivity required. P: DTEC 6800. Strategies, processes, and resources for significantly improving organizational performance and highlights of potential contribution of new and emerging technologies. Contrasts incremental performance improvement and fundamental discontinuous change.
6855. Networked Commerce Systems (3) Internet connectivity required. P: DTEC 6800. Study of design and implementation of network-based commerce systems. Considers infrastructure support issues.
6860, 6861, 6862. Special Topic in Technology (1,2,3) Internet connectivity required. May be repeated for credit with consent of director of graduate studies. Research in trends, problems, and issues related to field of industrial technology.
ITEC: Industrial Technology
5100. Internship in Industrial Technology (3) Supervised internship. P: Consent of graduate director. Placement in industrial or technical firm. Requires journal of related activities and final report.
5290. Technical Presentations for Industry (3) Investigation and utilization of tools, techniques, and technical systems for transmitting information related to problems and issues of contemporary industry.
6010. Readings in Industry (3) P: DTEC 6800; consent of director of graduate studies. Comprehensive study of contemporary topics of importance. Reading, seminar discussion, written critiques, and conferencing between student and instructor.
6100. Practicum in Industrial Technology (3) May be repeated for maximum of 12 s.h. May count maximum of 3 s.h. P: ITEC 6400. Capstone industry-based project. Supervised by committee of ITEC graduate faculty. Final report with formal electronic presentation.
6101. Tools and Materials of Industry (3) P: DTEC 6800. Production of consumer goods in modern industry. Includes processes.
6110. Technology Assessment and Forecasting (3) P: DTEC 6800. Assessment and forecasting tools used by contemporary industry. Emphasis on strategies to control undesirable or unanticipated consequences associated with technological change.
6112. Analytical Studies and Planned Experimentation in Industry (3) P: DTEC 6800. Statistical techniques used to monitor and assess performance of organizational processes. Emphasis on experimentation to discover, explain, and provide opportunities for process improvement.
6200. Project Management (3) Comprehensive systems used to control projects to achieve technical, managerial, and economic objectives. Emphasis on management controls, computer applications, human factors, and productivity.
6295. Digital Technical Presentations for Industry (3) P: DTEC 6800. Investigation and utilization of tools, techniques, and technical systems for transmitting information related to problems and issues of contemporary industry using digital technologies.
6400. Research in Industrial Technology (3) Applications-oriented study of nature of research in industry and selected strategies of research methodology. Focuses on interpreting engineering data, information retrieval systems, evaluation of industrial research reports, and preparation of industrial-type research proposal.
6406. Productivity Improvement (3) P: DTEC 6800. Various manufacturing methods and processes used to improve organizational productivity.
6407. Digital Control of Manufacturing (3) P: DTEC 6800. Experience in design, preparation, programming, and evaluation of systems. Emphasis on contemporary and emerging applications of sensors, digital I/O interfaces, data collection systems, PLCs and LANs to create integrated manufacturing systems.
7000. Thesis (3) May be repeated. May count maximum of 6 s.h.
8100, 8101. Research Internship (3,3) P: Enrollment in ISU Consortium PhD in technology management offered by Indiana State University. Predissertation project(s) addressing technology systems.
9000. Dissertation (3) May be repeated. May count maximum of 9 s.h.
ITEC Banked Courses
6000 Statistical Applications in Industry (3)
6300 Applications of Vibration Analysis (3)
6404. Materials Selection and Application (3)
6408, 6409. Automated Systems and Laboratory (3,0)
5504. Independent Study: Manufacturing (3) May be repeated for credit with consent of dept chair. P: Consent of instructor. Research-oriented problem solving with tools, materials, and processes of manufacturing industries.
MANF Banked Courses
5060. Organic Matrix Composite Materials (3)
5090, 5091. Fluid Power Circuits (3,0)
GRPH Banked Courses
5501. Independent Study: Visual Communications (3)