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Below find a sample plan of study for the 4-year program. An online, 2 year option is available for students with an associate's degree in a related field.
For more detailed program requirements go to catalog.utoledo.edu.
- Please contact the BSIT program adviser to create your personal plan of study.
- Review the program brochure.
- A minimum of 128 semester credit hours (including transfer hours) are required for graduation.
*Denotes that the course is generally offered online as well as face-to-face. Many electives are also offered online, be sure to contact the program adviser for details.
|Year 1 - Fall Semester|
|ENGT1000||Engineering Technology Orientation: Overview of careers in engineering technology, information about each program in Engineering Technology, and skills required for success in technological fields, such as computer skills.||1|
|CSET1100||Introduction To Computer Science And Engineering Technology - Unix and C: A first course in computer hardware and software for CSET majors. Single and multi-user operating systems, command-line processing, program planning and creation and simple Internet tools are covered.||3|
|MATH1260*||Calculus For Business With Applications I: Equations and their graphs, linear systems, vectors and matrices, introduction to linear optimization, exponentials and logs, elementary probability, limits, functions, introductions to differential calculus. Course is not applicable toward the undergraduate Mathematics major requirements.||3|
|ECON1150*||Principles Of Macroeconomics: Explaining the level and the growth of economic activity, its fluctuations and ways of achieving greater stability, including the roles of money, banking and international finance.||3|
|ENGL1110*||College Composition I: Explanatory and persuasive writing in both personal and public genres; instruction and practice in generating, focusing, developing, researching and presenting ideas in ways consistent with one's subject, purposes and intended audience.||3|
|Social Science Elective* (for example: political science, economics, sociology and history are all social science subjects with online offerings)||3|
|Year 1 - Spring Semester|
|CSET1500||Survey Of Computer Electronics: Designed to explore the field of computers. Topics include circuit components, Ohm's Law, DC and AC circuits, power supplies, transistor amplifiers, integrated circuits, and an introduction to computer hardware.||3|
|MATH1270*||Calculus For Business With Applications II: Continuation of differential calculus and integral calculus with business applications. Course is not applicable toward the undergraduate Mathematics major requirements.||3|
|ECON1200*||Principles Of Microeconomics: Theories of consumer behavior; determination of input and output; prices and quantities in factor and product markets; analysis of international trade and policy; applications include labor markets and income distribution.||3|
|ENGL2950*||Science And Technical Report Writing: Instruction and practice in writing informational and analytical reports to varied audiences in medical, scientific or technical fields.||3|
|Natural Science Elective with a Laboratory component (face-to-face)||4|
|Year 2 - Fall Semester|
|ENGT2500||Technical Project Management: General methodology of managing a technical project from concept to operational use. Emphasis is on the functions and responsibilities of the project manager related to maintaining project control and team management.||3|
|CSET2100||Small Computer Systems: [course description pending]||4|
|BUAD2040*||Financial Accounting Information: This course is an introduction to financial accounting from the perspective of a financial statement user. Where appropriate, it provides a small and mid-sized company's perspective.||3|
|Multicultural Elective* (for example: Africana studies, music, religion, women and gender studies etc., are all subjects with online multicultural course offerings)||3|
|Humanities Elective* (for example: humanities [HUM], theatre and film, and music are all humanities subjects with online offerings)||3|
|Year 2 - Spring Semester|
|CSET1200*||GUI Programming And Visual Basic: Introduction to Windows-based programming for engineering technology applications. Topics include Windows Application Program Interface (API), message processing, Windows Procedures, using Windows resources, modal and modeless dialog boxes and the graphics Device Interface.||3|
|CSET2200||PC And Industrial Networks: Current concepts and technologies used with personal computers and PLCs in both industrial (factory-floor) and commercial data networks. Topics include PC networking hardware and software, PLC hardware and programming and PLC networking alternatives.||4|
|BUAD2050*||Accounting For Business Decision-Making: This course is an introduction to management accounting, including the use and limitations of cost-volume-profit analysis for fundamental decisions concerning products, services and activities.||3|
|Communications Elective* (courses with [COMM] subject codes are offered online)||3|
|Year 3 - Fall Semester|
|ENGT3010||Applied Statistics And Design Of Experiments: Introduction to probability, statistical inference and design of experiments. Topics include confidence intervals, tests of hypothesis, regression, analysis of variance, factorial experimental designs and propagation of experimental errors.||4|
|CSET3100*||Advanced Web Site Design: HTML forms, creation of static and animated web graphics, Dynamic Fonts, SMIL (Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language) as it relates to G2, Realtext, Realpix and XML. The course also covers Frames, META Tags, Optimizing Speed, Cookies, Imagemapping (from both sides), HTML, tables and Shockwave.||3|
|CSET3200*||Client/Server Computing: Covers client/server architecture and programming techniques. Major topics include two-tier and three-tier client server architectures, programming considerations, cleanlayering, advanced graphical user interface controls, database processing, transaction processing and monitoring.||3|
|BUAD3050*||Information Technology Management: The role of computers and information systems in business decision-making will be carefully examined. The student is expected to develop computer-based applications for business decision making and problem solving through the use of state of the art software, including advanced spreadsheets, database and web design tools.||3|
|Year 3 - Spring Semester|
|INFS4300||Web Application Development II: Address web architecture, web server administration and security issues; analyze, design, develop, and implement extensive database oriented business processes using server-side and client-side processing.||3|
|CSET3300*||Database-Driven Web Sites: Creation of dynamic Web applications that interact with a database using client-side scripts, server-side scripts and compiled server programs. Includes database fundamentals, scripting language fundamentals and server considerations.||4|
|Technical/Professional Development Electives (2 courses)||6|
|Year 4 - Fall Semester|
|CSET4100||Server-Side Programming: Covers Common Gateway Interface (CGI) programming on the Internet using the most popular scripting languages. Topics include client-side programs, server-side programs, distributed database creation and searching.||3|
|CSET4150*||Web Server Administration: Installation and configuration of the web server operating systems (e.g., UNIX, Windows NT), installation and administration of web daemon (e.g., Apache, Microsoft IIS). Site management, including file and directory hierarchy, web log analysis, installation and configuration of various utilities.||3|
|Technical/Professional Development Elective||3|
|CSET4750*||Computer Networks And Data Communication: Computer network architectures and their application to industry needs. Major topics include vocabulary, hardware, design concepts, current issues, trends, hardware, multi-user operating systems, network protocols, local and wide area networks, intranet and internet communications, analog and digital data transmissions.||4|
|BUAD3030*||Managerial And Behavioral Processes In Organizations: Introduction to managerial and organizational concepts designed to develop knowledge, attitudes, techniques and skills in creating and managing innovative, adaptive organizations. Interactive exercises, videos, cases, discussions and lectures will be used.||3|
|Year 4 - Spring Semester|
|ENGT4050* or INFS4310||Senior Technology Capstone: A comprehensive problem in engineering technology is assigned to a group of students who work together as a team to present a solution in a formal written and oral report. OR Systems Analysis and Design: [course description pending]||3|
|CSET4250*||Applied Programming Languages: How to select the most appropriate language for a specific engineering technology application. Topics include comparison of programming languages by evolution, formal specifications, structures, features, application domains, programming paradigms, implementation of syntax, semantics and program run-time behavior.||3|
|Technical/Professional Development Elective||4|
|BUAD3020*||Principles Of Manufacturing And Service Systems: This course provides an overview of the functions, problems, solution techniques and decision making processes within the manufacturing and service environment. Topics include production planning, JIT, TQM and materials management.||3|
|Natural Science Elective||3|
|*Course is generally offered online as well as face-to-face, be sure to check the schedule, talk to your adviser and register early.|
Out-of-state scholarship funding is available.
For more information please contact:
Online Admission Representative: 855.327.5695
The University of Toledo is regionally accredited by the North Central Association (NCA) and is authorized to offer degrees online. The College of Engineering is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).
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