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Integrated Engineering Technology (IET)

IET 102  (2 credit hours)  
Preventive Maintenance  

Introduces how routine work is done to keep equipment in good working order and to optimize its efficiency and accuracy. Addresses regular routine cleaning, lubricating, testing, checking for wear and tear and eventually replacing components to avoid breakdown. Introduces students to the various types and styles of predictive and preventive maintenance components, principles, and practices used in industrial applications. Lecture/Lab: 2.0 credits (40.5 contact hours).

Attributes: Course Also Offered in Modules, Technical
Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 104  (2 credit hours)  
Blueprint Reading/Schematics  

Introduces the fundamental information in drafting necessary to retrieve read, manipulate and understand a mechanical part print. Instructs students to recognize, identify, describe, and relate the components used in schematics, along with their symbols and connectors, to describe electrical, electronics, pneumatics, hydraulics, and piping circuits, as well as welding and joining symbols interpretation. Lecture/Lab: 2.0 credits (37.5 contact hours).

Attributes: Course Also Offered in Modules, Technical
Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 107  (3 credit hours)  
Basic Electricity/Electronics  

Introduces the various elements of basic electricity including the identification of electrical symbols as well as interpretation of schematics, cross referencing prints, tracing circuits, interpreting sequential function charts, line drawings and time charts. Introduces the student to electrical measurement instruments, including digital and analog multimeters, clamp-on ammeters, megohmeters, and the oscilloscope. Concentrates on control logic components and circuit function. Introduces the student to solid state devices and applications. Lecture/Lab: 3.0 credits (67.5 contact hours).

Attributes: Course Also Offered in Modules, Technical
Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 108  (5 credit hours)  
Mechanical Drive Systems  

Introduces safety, maintenance techniques and procedures used to maintain industrial equipment, including industrial couplings, chains, sprockets, belts, bearings, shafts, brakes, clutches, gears and cams. Addresses the principles of power transmission, calculations of speed and force and how they affect a power transmission system. Lecture/Lab: 5.0 credits (112.5 contact hours).

Attributes: Course Also Offered in Modules, Technical
Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 109  (3 credit hours)  
Safety  

Introduces OSHA and the OSHA regulations that apply to the auto manufacturing industry. Introduces safety rules and issues in the use of overhead cranes, hoists, rigging equipment, attachment components, calculating sling angle stresses, and safe lifting and turning loads. Provides the knowledge and skills necessary to help sustain life and minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness to meet the various training needs of those in workplace, school or community settings. Lecture/Lab: 3.0 credits (60 contact hours).

Attributes: Course Also Offered in Modules, Technical
Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 110  (4 credit hours)  
Welding and Fabrication  

Introduces the power sources used in shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) and gas metal arc welding (GMAW), along with equipment and filler metals used to produce a welded joint and welding principles along with the metallurgy of steel and welding. Covers shielded metal arc welding safety and shielded metal arc welding processes including flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead welding techniques. Provides knowledge of theory, safety practices, equipment and techniques required for gas metal arc welding including different transfer methods and position welding. Introduces oxy-fuel welding and cutting, including safety, setup and maintenance of oxy-fuel welding and cutting equipment. Includes cutting, brazing, and welding techniques. Lecture/Lab: 4.0 credits (100.5 contact hours).

Attributes: Course Also Offered in Modules, Technical
Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 111  (1 credit hours)  
Lean Safety Culture  

Instructs students in lean manufacturing concepts which will encompass the instructional methodologies of this course. Provides students with intense hands-on laboratory instruction of lean safety culture concepts and the importance of developing a culture of continuous safe work habits. Institutes the ability to predict safety issues through hazard prevention. Analyzing accidents, along with human barriers to safety-based intervention, guides students to actively and effectively measure and evaluate safety procedures as a component of continuous improvement. Charges students with risk assessment activities and development of visual safety displays and delivering individual and group presentation to stakeholders. Integrated Lecture/Lab: 1 credit (30 contact hours).

Attributes: Technical
Components: LAI: Integrated Laboratory, LEI: Integrated Lecture
IET 112  (1 credit hours)  
Lean Manufacturing Concepts -TPS  

Instructs students in Lean Manufacturing concepts which will encompass the instructional methodologies of this course. Introduces the student to Lean Manufacturing concepts that provide the techniques for streamlining missions in any manufacturing environment. Implements hands-on processes to Lean Manufacturing. Provides the student with an understanding of workflow, velocity, and lead-time. Discusses how waste affects both profit and customer satisfaction. Guides students toward developing and quantifying lean strategies at every step of the manufacturing process. Instructs in the concepts and tools of Lean Manufacturing including types of waste, visual management, value stream analysis, flow, just-in-time, pull, and Kaizen. Integrated Lecture/Lab: 1 credit (30 contact hours).

Attributes: Technical
Components: LAI: Integrated Laboratory, LEI: Integrated Lecture
IET 113  (1 credit hours)  
Lean 5S Methodology  

Instructs students in lean manufacturing concepts which will encompass the instructional methodologies of this course. Provides students with intense hands-on laboratory instruction of lean 5S principles and methods for implementing workplace organization. Instructs students on the lean 5S tools applied to organizing and maintaining workplace environments. Builds on the foundation of lean manufacturing concepts and culture by delivering a hands-on approach to the development of a safe organized working environment. Produces an understanding of the purpose and benefits behind Lean 5S methodology. Instructs the students on the importance of professionalism, teamwork, and communication skills. Participate in group activities and assignments to provide the student with workplace organization skills that are expected by employers upon employment entry. Integrated Lecture/Lab: 1 credit (30 contact hours).

Attributes: Technical
Components: LAI: Integrated Laboratory, LEI: Integrated Lecture
IET 114  (1 credit hours)  
Lean Problem Solving Methodology  

structs students in lean manufacturing concepts which will encompass the instructional methodologies of this course. Provides students with intense hands-on laboratory instruction of lean problem-solving principles and methods. Instructs students on the Lean 8-Step Problem Solving process based on the Toyota Business Practice model. Imparts a systematic approach to addressing performance and behavioral qualities that are needed for effective and efficient problem-solving outcomes. Instructs the students how to clarify and break down a problem, set achievable targets, analyze the root cause, develop countermeasures, evaluate results processes, standardize the results, and learn from failures. Fosters the development of a customer first philosophy involving all the stakeholders. Instructs the students on the importance of professionalism, teamwork, and communication skills. Participate in group activities and assignments to provide the student with problem solving skills that are expected by employers. Integrated Lecture/Lab: 1 credit (30 contact hours).

Attributes: Technical
Components: LAI: Integrated Laboratory, LEI: Integrated Lecture
IET 115  (1 credit hours)  
Lean Machine Reliability  

Instructs students in lean manufacturing concepts which will encompass the instructional methodologies of this course. Provides students with intense hands-on laboratory instruction of lean machine reliability concepts. Describes predictive and corrective maintenance and explains how these differ from preventive maintenance. Breaks down proactive maintenance and the underlying tools and integral operations and procedures. Instructs the students in the various individual units in a system and the steps in evaluating failure mode risks and countermeasures. Integrated Lecture/Lab: 1 credit (30 contact hours).

Attributes: Technical
Components: LAI: Integrated Laboratory, LEI: Integrated Lecture
IET 120  (4 credit hours)  
Machine Tool Operations  

Introduces machining operations, procedures and machines used by multi-skilled industrial maintenance technicians. Introduces the safe and correct operation of lathes, milling machines, drill presses, metal saws and hand and power tools. Requires students to work with various measuring and layout tools found in industrial environments. Lecture/Lab: 4.0 credits (102 credit hours).

Attributes: Course Also Offered in Modules, Technical
Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 121  (4 credit hours)  
Basic Electricity  

Introduces the various elements of basic electricity and electronics including ohms law, the identification of electrical symbols, interpretation of schematics, cross-referencing prints, tracing circuits, interpreting sequential function charts, line drawings, and time charts. Introduces the student to AC and DC series and parallel circuits consisting of resistive, inductive, and capacitive loads. Discusses operation of particular electronic devices such as diodes and their applications. Demonstrates troubleshooting, safety, and the appropriate use of electrical measurement instruments, including digital and analog multimeters, voltmeters, and clamp-on ammeters. Instructs on basic control circuit configurations and components to provide the student with practical concepts of basic electrical circuits. Implementation of lean manufacturing concepts encompass the instructional methodologies of this course. Lecture: 2 credits (30 contact hours). Laboratory: 2 credits (60 contact hours).

Pre-requisite: MAT 126 or higher-level math course.
Attributes: Technical
Components: LAB: Laboratory, LEC: Lecture
IET 128  (3 credit hours)  
Introduction to Machine Tool Operation  

Instructs students in lean manufacturing concepts which will encompass the instructional methodologies of this course. Introduces machining operations, procedures, and machines used by multi-skilled industrial maintenance technicians. Introduces the safe and correct operation of lathes, milling machines, drill presses, metal saws, and hand and power tools. Requires students to work with various measuring and layout tools found in industrial environments. Lecture: 1 credit (15 contact hours) Laboratory: 2 credits (60 contact hours).

Attributes: Technical
Components: LAB: Laboratory, LEC: Lecture
IET 200  (1 credit hours)  
General Tools  

Introduces safe and effective use of hand and power tools. Emphasizes the application and maintenance of the most common tools used by multi-skilled industrial maintenance technicians. Integrated Lecture/Lab: 1 credit (16.5 contact hours).

Attributes: Technical
Components: LAI: Integrated Laboratory, LEI: Integrated Lecture
IET 201  (6 credit hours)  
Electrohydraulics/Pneumatics  

Explains the fundamental concepts of fluid power and electro-fluid power systems. Covers the principles of fluid power, calculations of physical properties of fluids and their ability to do work. Introduces the various fluid power components, symbols, circuits. Introduces troubleshooting of fluid power components and systems with an emphasis on safety. Addresses fluids, filters, reservoirs, piping, pumps, actuators, accumulators, control valves, and combination circuits. Lecture/Lab: 6.0 credits (120 contact hours).

Attributes: Course Also Offered in Modules, Technical
Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 202  (4 credit hours)  
Motor Controls and Sensing Devices  

Instructs students in lean manufacturing concepts which will encompass the instructional methodologies of this course. Covers the diversity of motor control circuits and devices including: theory of operation and applications in automation control, troubleshooting, and repair. Introduces identification, installation, replacement, and troubleshooting of electronic input and output sensing devices, relays, motor starters, and contactors. Provides an introduction of proportional integral and derivative control. Includes automation output devices including AC, DC, relays, and motor starters along with sizing of components for various applications. Lecture: 2 credits (30 contact hours.) Laboratory: 3 credits (60 contact hours).

Pre-requisite: IET 121, or EET 119, or ELT 110 or (IMT 110 and IMT 111).
Attributes: Technical
Components: LAB: Laboratory, LEC: Lecture
IET 203  (5 credit hours)  
Programmable Logic Controllers  

Introduces Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) and elements needed for an automated industrial control system. Introduces memory and project organization within a PLC and provides instruction in basic numbering systems, computer and PLC terminology. Introduces PLC control functions, program structures, language standards, wiring and troubleshooting methods, as well as, real world communications. Requires the student to program a PLC which may include a combination of ladder logic, structured text, sequential function chart and/or function block languages. Includes various protocols of industrial communications used between PLC controlled machines, PLC to PLC, PLC to computer, and computer to computer. Lecture/Lab: 5.0 credits (109.5 contact hours).

Attributes: Course Also Offered in Modules, Technical
Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 204  (6 credit hours)  
Automated Motor Controls  

Instructs students in lean manufacturing concepts which will encompass the instructional methodologies of this course. Introduces principles, applications, and elements needed for an integrated automated industrial control system. Integrates Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) with AC and DC electric motor speed control using variable speed drives, variable frequency drives, and soft starters. Includes installation practices, logic fundamentals, and numbering systems relative to PLC programming of inputs, outputs, timers and counters, comparators, basic data manipulation, and safety circuits as well as, programming practices for VFD and VSD systems. Lecture: 3 credits (45 contact hours). Laboratory: 3 credits (90 contact hours).

Pre-requisite: [IET 121 or ELT 110 or EET 119 or (IMT 110 and IMT 111) with a minimum letter grade of "C"] and [IET 201 or (EET 270 and 271) or (IMT 220 and 221) with a minimum letter grade of "C"] or consent of Integrated Engineering Technology program coordinator.
Attributes: Technical
Components: LAB: Laboratory, LEC: Lecture
IET 205  (4 credit hours)  
Robot Maintenance  

Introduces robotics in regard to industrial robotic safety standards, applications, types of classes for industrial robots, basic system components, robotic motion concepts, key programming techniques, definitions and the common terms associated with computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) as it relates to robotic cells. Instructs students on the mastering concepts of preventive maintenance techniques required for a robot and their backup systems in addition to recovery procedures needed to interpret robot error codes and perform a safe recovery start up procedure on robotics equipment, as well as integrating robotic applications in a PLC-controlled, automated system. Lecture/ Lab: 4.0 credits (82.5 contact hours).

Attributes: Course Also Offered in Modules, Technical
Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 206  (5 credit hours)  
Controls and Instrumentation  

Covers the diversity of control devices including: theory of operation, applications in automation control and troubleshooting and repair. Introduces identification, installation, replacement, and troubleshooting of automation controller circuit boards and modules. Includes the installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of common input devices. Provides for discussion of methods of motor controls including on-off, proportional, integral, and derivative including PID loop tuning and quality. Covers automation output devices including AC, DC, and servo motors, variable speed drives, relays, motor starters and sizing of components for various applications. Lecture/Lab: 5.0 credits (105 contact hours).

Attributes: Course Also Offered in Modules, Technical
Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 207  (4 credit hours)  
Electro-Hydraulics and Pneumatics  

Instructs students in lean manufacturing concepts which will encompass the instructional methodologies of this course. Explains the fundamental concepts of fluid power and electro-fluid power systems. Covers the principles of fluid power, calculations of physical properties of fluids, and their ability to do work. Introduces the various fluid power components, symbols, and circuits. Introduces troubleshooting of fluid power components and systems with an emphasis on safety. Addresses fluids, filters, reservoirs, piping, pumps, actuators, accumulators, control valves, and combination circuits. Lecture: 2 credits (30 contact hours) Laboratory: 2 credits (60 contact hours).

Attributes: Technical
Components: LAB: Laboratory, LEC: Lecture
IET 208  (4 credit hours)  
Mechanical Drives  

Instructs students in lean manufacturing concepts which will encompass the instructional methodologies of this course. Introduces safety, maintenance techniques, and procedures used to maintain industrial equipment, including industrial couplings, chains, sprockets, belts, bearings, shafts, brakes, clutches gears, and cams. Addresses the principles of power transmission, calculations of speed and force transmission. Lecture: 2 credits (30 contact hours) Laboratory: 2 credits (60 contact hours).

Attributes: Technical
Components: LAB: Laboratory, LEC: Lecture
IET 1021  (0.7 credit hours)  
Basic Preventive Maintenance  

Introduces how routine work is done to keep equipment in good working order and to optimize its efficiency and accuracy. Addresses regular routine cleaning, lubricating, testing, checking for wear and tear and eventually replacing components to avoid breakdown. Lecture/Lab: 0.7 credits (15 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1022  (1.3 credit hours)  
Advanced Technologies  

Introduces various types and styles of predictive and preventive maintenance components, principles, and practices used in industrial applications. Lecture/Lab: 1.3 credits (25.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1041  (0.9 credit hours)  
Drafting Fundamentals  

Introduces the fundamental information in drafting necessary to retrieve read, manipulate and understand a mechanical part print. Requires student to be able to identify different types of prints as well as being able to analyze them. Lecture/Lab: 0.9 credits (16.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1042  (1.1 credit hours)  
Orthographic Interpretation  

Instructs the learner to recognize, identify, describe, and relate the components used in schematics, along with their symbols and connectors, to describe electrical, electronics, pneumatics, hydraulics, and piping circuits, as well as welding and joining symbols interpretation. Lecture/Lab: 1.1 credits (21 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1071  (1 credit hours)  
Intro to Basic Electricity  

Introduces the various elements of basic electricity including the identification of electrical symbols as well as interpretation of schematics, cross referencing prints, tracing circuits, interpreting sequential function charts, line drawings and time charts. Lecture/Lab: 1.0 credit (21 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1072  (0.3 credit hours)  
Instruments  

Introduces electrical measurement instruments, including digital and analog multimeters, clamp-on ammeters, megohmeters, and the oscilloscope. Requires hands-on lab time spent with each device type. Emphasizes safe measuring techniques. Covers additional devices such as pressure gauges, chart recorders, heat sensors and chain stretch monitor. Lecture/Lab: 0.3 credits (7.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1073  (1 credit hours)  
Control Circuits & Components  

Concentrates on control logic components and circuit function. Examines combinational and sequential ladder logic designs with great attention to reliability of function. Requires construction of various circuits that demonstrate key component functionality concepts. Requires troubleshooting using analytical techniques, multimeters, chart recorders, and oscilloscopes. Lecture/Lab: 1.0 credit (22.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1074  (0.7 credit hours)  
Solid State Devices  

Introduces solid state devices and applications. Covers semiconductor theory and operational characteristics of devices such as the diode, bipolar junction transistor (BJT) and field effect transistor (FET). Examines the basic DC power supply in the lab. Addresses concepts such as polarity, biasing, rectification and amplification. Includes discussion of camera-type vision systems, barcode readers and laser etchers. Lecture/Lab: 0.7 credits (16.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1081  (0.5 credit hours)  
Basic Mechanical Power Systems  

Introduces the basic concepts of mechanical power transmission. Addresses the principles of power transmission, calculations of speed and force and how they affect a power transmission systems ability to perform work. Emphasizes the basics of mechanical drawing, safe work practices for working around machinery, common hand tools associated with maintenance work and some of the more common terms and definitions. Lecture: 0.5 credits (7.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1082  (0.3 credit hours)  
Flexible Drives  

Introduces various types and styles of flexible belt and chain drives, including V-belts, chains, sprockets, and components. Lecture/Lab: 0.3 credit (7.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1083  (2.2 credit hours)  
Couplings and Alignment  

Introduces types and functions of couplings used in industrial power transmissions, including how to install, align, and maintain shaft couplings. Lecture/Lab: 2.2 credits (55.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1084  (1.1 credit hours)  
Bearings, Shafts, and Seals  

Introduces basic types and functions of bearings, shafts and seals found on mechanical drive systems commonly used in industry. Lecture/Lab: 1.1 credits (24 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1085  (0.2 credit hours)  
Brakes and Clutches  

Introduces various types and styles of braking systems and clutch components used in industrial applications. Lecture/Lab: 0.2 credits (4.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1086  (0.7 credit hours)  
Gears and Cams  

Introduces various types and styles of gears and cam follower components used in industrial applications. Lecture/Lab: 0.7 credits (13.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1091  (0.7 credit hours)  
Basic OSHA Safety  

Introduces OSHA and the OSHA regulations that apply to the auto manufacturing industry. Lecture/Lab: 0.7 credits (12 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1092  (0.4 credit hours)  
Hoists and Cranes  

Introduces the basic concepts and safety rules and issues related to the use of overhead cranes and hoists. Lecture/Lab: 0.4 credit (6 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1093  (1.2 credit hours)  
Rigging Awareness & Fundamentals  

Introduces the basic concepts and safety rules and issues related to the use of rigging equipment, attachment components, calculating sling angle stresses, and safe lifting and turning loads. Lecture/Lab: 1.2 credits (25.5 contact hours)

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1094  (0.7 credit hours)  
First Aid, CPR, & AED  

Provides knowledge and skills necessary to help sustain life and minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness until advanced medical help arrives. Includes first aid, CPR and AED lessons to meet the various training needs of those in workplace, school or community settings. Lecture/Lab: 0.7 credits (16.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1101  (0.5 credit hours)  
Introduction to Arc Welding  

Introduces the power sources used in shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) and gas metal arc welding (GMAW), along with equipment and filler metals used to produce a welded joint and welding principles along with the metallurgy of steel and welding. Lecture: 0.5 credits (7.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1102  (1.6 credit hours)  
SMAW/Stick Welding  

Introduces shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) safety and shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) processes including flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead welding techniques. Lecture/Lab: 1.6 credits (45 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1103  (0.9 credit hours)  
Gas Metal Arc Welding  

Provides knowledge of theory, safety practices, equipment and techniques required for gas metal arc welding (GMAW) including different transfer methods and position welding. Lecture/Lab: 0.9 credits (25.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1104  (1 credit hours)  
Welding and Fabrication  

Introduces oxy-fuel welding and cutting, including safety, setup and maintenance of oxy-fuel welding and cutting equipment. Includes cutting, brazing, and welding techniques. Lecture/Lab: 1.0 credits (22.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1201  (0.1 credit hours)  
Intro to Machining Operations  

Introduces machining operations. Focuses on the safe application of the most common machining procedures and machines used by multi-skilled industrial maintenance technicians. Lecture: 0.1 credits (1.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1202  (0.6 credit hours)  
Turning  

Introduces safe operation of lathes, primarily engine and tool room lathes. Addresses various types of lathes used in industry, their component parts, and associated safety precautions. Emphasizes the most common lathe operations required by multi-skilled industrial maintenance technicians. Lecture/Lab: 0.6 credits (16.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1203  (0.8 credit hours)  
Milling  

Introduces safe operation of milling machines, primarily vertical milling machines. Addresses the various types of milling machines used in industry, their component parts, and associated safety precautions. Emphasizes the most common milling operations required by multi-skilled industrial maintenance technicians. Lecture/Lab: 0.8 credits (22.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1204  (0.5 credit hours)  
Drill Press  

Introduces safe operation of drill presses, primarily the sensitive drill press. Addresses the various types of drilling machines used in industry, their component parts, and associated safety precautions. Emphasizes the most common drilling operations required by multi-skilled industrial maintenance technicians. Lecture/Lab: 0.5 credits (13.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1205  (0.4 credit hours)  
Saws  

Introduces safe operation of saws, primarily the horizontal and contour band saw. Addresses the various types of metal saws used in industry, their component parts, and associated safety precautions. Emphasizes the most common sawing operations required by multi-skilled industrial maintenance technicians. Lecture/Lab: 0.4 credits (10.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1206  (0.7 credit hours)  
Hand and Power Tools  

Introduces safe and effective use of hand and power tools. Emphasizes the application of the most common tools used by multi-skilled industrial maintenance technicians. Lecture/Lab: 0.7 credits (16.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 1207  (0.9 credit hours)  
Measuring and Layout Tools  

Introduces measuring and layout tools commonly found in industrial environments. Emphasizes the safe application of the most common tools used by multi-skilled industrial maintenance technicians. Lecture 0.9 credits (21 contact hours)

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2011  (1 credit hours)  
Electrohydraulics/Pneumatics Fundamentals  

Explains the fundamental concepts of fluid power. Covers the principles of fluid power, calculations of physical properties of fluids and their ability to do work. Introduces the various fluid power components, symbols, circuits. Introduces troubleshooting of fluid power components and systems with an emphasis on safety. Lecture: 1.0 credit (15 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2012  (0.7 credit hours)  
Reservoirs, Fluids, Filters  

Introduces functions of hydraulic/pneumatic reservoirs and reservoir components. Addresses properties and requirements for fluids, as well as how filters are used to maintain cleanliness in fluid power systems. Lecture/Lab: 0.7 credits (13.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2013  (0.4 credit hours)  
Hose, Piping, and Tubing  

Introduces various types of conductors that carry fluid through a system. Focuses on fittings, hose, and steel tubing used in fluid power systems. Lecture/Lab: 0.4 credits (9 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2014  (0.8 credit hours)  
Pumps, Actuators, Accumulators  

Introduces the different types of pumps, actuators and accumulators used in fluid power systems which create flow, change fluid power into mechanical power and devises that store energy in the system. Lecture/Lab: 0.8 credits (16.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2015  (1.3 credit hours)  
Valves  

Explains hydraulic and pneumatic directional control, pressure control and flow control valves. Lecture/Lab: 1.3 credits (28.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2016  (0.9 credit hours)  
Electrohydraulics/Pneumatics  

Introduces the fundamentals of electro-fluid power, including basic electrical principles, basic fluid power principles, electro-fluid power limit devices, common electro-fluid power troubleshooting principles and practices. Lecture/Lab: 0.9 credits (18 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2017  (0.9 credit hours)  
Systems Troubleshooting  

Introduces troubleshooting of hydraulic and pneumatic systems, including tracing out systems, isolating problems, safely testing and inspecting systems that use combination circuits and combined electro-hydraulic/pneumatic systems. Lecture/Lab: 0.9 credits (19.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2031  (0.6 credit hours)  
Introduction to PLCs  

Introduces various elements of basic PLCs including the identification of programmable logic control systems as well as an overview of PLC system architectures. Provides instruction in basic numbering systems, computer terminology, PLC functions, program structures, language standards, point addressing basics. Lecture: 0.6 credits ( 9 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2032  (1.4 credit hours)  
Hardware & Software  

Introduces memory and project organization within a PLC processor, the installation, wiring and configuration of I/O modules, as well as how to start a new project. Lecture/Lab: 1.4 credits (31.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2033  (1.5 credit hours)  
Programming PLCs  

Introduces various elements of programming PLCs. Addresses the basic elements of PLC programming and routines. Requires student to program using ladder logic, structured text, sequential function chart, and function block languages. Lecture/Lab: 1.5 credits (34.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2034  (1.5 credit hours)  
PLC Communication  

Introduces various elements of industrial communications using PLCs. Addresses common types of control communications in an industrial environment. Includes discussion of PLC addressing used in communications. Lecture/Lab: 1.5 credits (34.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2051  (0.6 credit hours)  
Introduction to Robotics  

Introduces robotics in regard to industrial robotic safety standards, historic timeline of industrial robots, industrial classification of robots, common industrial applications of robots, basic system components found in industrial robot applications, robotic motion concepts, common terms and definitions used in computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) as it relates to robots. Lecture/Lab: 0.6 credits (10.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2052  (1.5 credit hours)  
Programming/Editing Robots  

Introduces robotic systems and programming. Reviews robotic system application, automated system safety, robotic system composition, robotic motion control, fundamental programming commands, and program editing. Emphasizes the fundamentals of robot control. Aids students in electronics, welding, computer technology, and general sciences. Lecture/Lab: 1.5 credits (30 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2053  (0.2 credit hours)  
Robot and Preventive Maintenance  

Instructs an operator, technician, engineer, programmer, or student to master the preventive maintenance techniques required for a robot and their backup systems. Lecture/Lab: 0.2 credits (4.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2054  (1.1 credit hours)  
Error Codes & Troubleshooting  

Instructs operators, technicians, engineers, programmers, or students on the basic recovery procedures needed to interpret robot error codes and perform a safe recovery start up procedure on robotics equipment. Lecture/Lab: 1.1 credits (22.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2055  (0.6 credit hours)  
Integration of PLCs & Robots  

Introduces concepts associated with integrating robotic applications in a PLC-controlled, automated system. Includes discussion of the standard safety and interface signals associated with integrated systems, as well as various types of robotic applications along with the interface signals typically associated with each application. Stresses the programming concepts that support optimizing cycle time. Lecture/Lab: 0.6 credits (15 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2061  (0.5 credit hours)  
Fundamentals  

Introduces identification, installation, replacement, and troubleshooting of automation controller circuit boards and modules. Lecture/Lab: 0.5 credits (10.5 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2062  (0.9 credit hours)  
Sensors and Photoeyes  

Introduces installation, maintenance and troubleshooting of common input devices. Lecture/Lab: 0.9 credits (18 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2063  (0.6 credit hours)  
Calibration and Loop Training  

Introduces methods of motor control including on-off, proportional, integral, and derivative including PID loop tuning and quality. Lecture/Lab: 0.6 credits (13.5 credits).

Components: LEC: Lecture
IET 2064  (3 credit hours)  
Final Control Elements  

Covers automation output devices including AC, DC, and servo motors, variable speed drives, relays, motor starters and sizing of components for various applications. Lecture/Lab: 3.0 credits (63 contact hours).

Components: LEC: Lecture