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    Indiana Tech
   
 
  Sep 23, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018

Course Descriptions


The courses described below are listed in numerical order by discipline. All courses are 3 credits unless otherwise noted. If laboratory periods are required they are indicated after the description. For example, the notation “3 plus 1” indicates 3 class periods and 1 lab period per week.

 

Education

   •  EDU 1448 - Secondary Education Freshman Experience I
   •  EDU 1449 - Elementary Freshman Experience I
   •  EDU 1948 - Secondary Education Freshman Exp II
   •  EDU 1949 - Elementary Freshman Experience II
   •  EDU 2010 - Educational Psychology
   •  EDU 2040 - Curriculum Theory & Research
   •  EDU 2448 - Secondary Education Sophmore Experience I
   •  EDU 2449 - Elementary Soph Experience I
   •  EDU 2948 - Secondary Education Sophmore Experience II
   •  EDU 2949 - Elementary Soph Experience II
   •  EDU 2990 - Special Topics in Education
   •  EDU 3000 - Teaching Methods for Reading and Language Arts
   •  EDU 3120 - Teaching Methods for Math
   •  EDU 3160 - Teaching Methods for Science and Social Studies
   •  EDU 3170 - Teaching Methods for Social Studies
   •  EDU 3180 - Teaching Methods for Science
   •  EDU 3200 - Teaching Methods for Special Needs Students
   •  EDU 3250 - Testing/Assessment for Teaching
   •  EDU 3448 - Secondary Education Beginning Practicum
   •  EDU 3449 - Elementary Beginning Practicum
   •  EDU 3500 - Methods for Secondary Mathematics
   •  EDU 3948 - Secondary Advanced Practicum
   •  EDU 3949 - Elementary Advanced Practicum
   •  EDU 3949 - Elementary Advanced Practicum
   •  EDU 4000 - Classroom Management and Discipline
   •  EDU 4030 - Integrated Methods of Art, Music, and PE/Health
   •  EDU 4448 - Secondary Education Senior Experience
   •  EDU 4449 - Elementary Senior Experience
   •  EDU 4600 - Teaching Methods for Diagnostic and Corrective Reading
   •  EDU 4850 - Student Teaching Seminar
   •  EDU 4900 - Student Teaching (Early)
   •  EDU 4910 - Student Teacher (Secondary)
   •  EDU 4950 - Student Teaching (Upper)
   •  SPED 1000 - Foundations of Special Education
   •  SPED 1449 - Mild Intervention Freshman Experience I
   •  SPED 1949 - Mild Intervention Freshman Experience II
   •  SPED 2000 - Characteristics of Mild Exceptional Needs
   •  SPED 2449 - Mild Intervention Sophomore Experience I
   •  SPED 2500 - Communication and Social Skill Development
   •  SPED 2949 - Mild Intervention Sophomore Experience II
   •  SPED 3000 - Assessment and Planning for Special Educators
   •  SPED 3449 - Beginning Practicum: Mild Intervention
   •  SPED 3500 - Learning Environments for Students with Special Needs
   •  SPED 3800 - Strategies for Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
   •  SPED 3949 - Beginning Practicum: Mild Intervention
   •  SPED 4000 - Methods for Students with Mild Exceptional Needs
   •  SPED 4300 - Family and Community Collaboration
   •  SPED 4449 - Senior Practicum: Mild Intervention
   •  SPED 4500 - Transition Planning
   •  SPED 4850 - Student Teaching Seminar
   •  SPED 4900 - Student Teaching: Elementary Mild Intervention
   •  SPED 4950 - Student Teaching: Secondary Mild Intervention

Electrical Engineering

   •  EE 2050 - Overview of Electricity & Electronics
   •  EE 2100 - Circuit Analysis I
   •  EE 3100 - Circuit Analysis II
   •  EE 3150 - Signals & Systems
   •  EE 3200 - Electronics I
   •  EE 3220 - Electronics II
   •  EE 3500 - EM Fields & Waves
   •  EE 3550 - Transmission Lines
   •  EE 3650 - Circuits Laboratory
   •  EE 3750 - Electronics Laboratory
   •  EE 4100 - Circuit Synthesis
   •  EE 4150 - Digital Signal Processing
   •  EE 4200 - Power Circuits
   •  EE 4300 - Principles of Communication
   •  EE 4350 - Communications Laboratory
   •  EE 4400 - Electrical Machines
   •  EE 4450 - Machines & Controls Laboratory
   •  EE 4800 - Linear Controls
   •  EE 4973 - EE Senior Project I
   •  EE 4974 - EE Senior Project II
   •  EE 4990 - Special Topics in Electrical Engineering

Emergency Response Management

   •  ERM 1200 - Introduction to Emergency Management
   •  ERM 2000 - Incident Command Fundamentals
   •  ERM 2100 - Disaster Response Operations and Management
   •  ERM 2200 - Introduction to Homeland Security
   •  ERM 3000 - Legal and Ethical Aspects of Emergency Response and Management
   •  ERM 3100 - Risk Management
   •  ERM 3200 - Financial Systems for Emergency Management
   •  ERM 4000 - Emergency Planning
   •  ERM 4900 - Emergency Management Capstone

Energy Engineering

   •  ENE 2100 - Introduction to Energy Engineering
   •  ENE 3010 - Energy Engineering Project Sequence
   •  ENE 3020 - Energy Engineering Project Sequence
   •  ENE 3140 - Wind & Solar Power for the Electrical Grid
   •  ENE 3150 - Energy Storage in Fuel Cells & Batteries
   •  ENE 3160 - HVAC & Geothermal Systems
   •  ENE 3200 - Ethanol & Biofuels Production
   •  ENE 4950 - Energy Engineering Internship
   •  ENE 4973 - Senior Thesis I
   •  ENE 4974 - Senior Thesis II
   •  ENE 4990 - Special Topics in Energy Engineering

Engineering

   •  EE 3400 - Solid State Electronics
   •  EGR 1500 - Computer Programming for Engineers
   •  EGR 1710 - Engineering Graphics & Design
   •  EGR 2000 - Engineering Communication
   •  EGR 2600 - Materials Science
   •  EGR 2650 - Manufacturing Processes
   •  EGR 3410 - Statistical Quality Analysis I
 

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