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In Demand – new MSNT degree

ech2-100A new East Carolina University graduate program capitalizing on continued growth in the information technology sector will begin accepting students this fall.

A master of science in network technology was approved in February by the UNC Board of Governors. It will be offered through the College of Technology and Computer Science’s Department of Technology Systems and will be available online to students worldwide through remotely accessible labs.

 

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Bachelor of Science in Design

The design program emphasizes application of state of the art software, digitizing, and product realization/development equipment. In addition, there are many opportunities to gain work experience such as part-time and temporary jobs and co-op or internship positions.

BS in Design Mission and Objectives

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BS in Design Mechanical Concentration Program Flowchart

BS in Design Architectural Concentration Program Flowchart

Design Graduate Opportunities:
  • Work as design professionals or as members of a design team
  • Progress to supervise a design team or manage a design project
  • Meet nationally recognized standards in demonstrating knowledge and skills in applying design practices and drafting concepts to solve a broad and varied range of design problems

The design program offers two concentration options:

Architectural Technology

A program that prepares individuals to assist architects in developing plans and related documentation and in performing architectural office services.  It includes instruction in the following areas:

  • Architectural drafting
  • Computer-assisted drafting and design
  • Construction methods and materials
  • Environmental systems
  • Building codes and standards
  • Structural principles
  • Cost estimation
  • Planning documentation
  • Visual communication skills
  • Display production
  • Architectural office management
Mechanical Technology

Mechanical Technology prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers engaged in the design and development phases of a wide variety of projects involving mechanical systems.  The program includes instruction in the following areas:

  • Principles of mechanics
  • Applications to specific engineering systems
  • Design testing procedures
  • Prototype and operational testing and inspection procedures
  • Manufacturing system-testing procedures
  • Test equipment operation and maintenance
  • Report preparation

 

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Technology Systems Design Program

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