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Environmental and Technological Studies Core Courses Completed*  ETS 156 - Introduction to Environmental and Technological Studies (1 Credit

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o Career opportunities, program requirements and expectations for students in Environmental and Technological Studies. Past, present and future human environments. Environmental concerns. Methods of communication including: foundations, current practices, and trends. Acoustic, electramagnetic, optical systems for origination, transmission, reception, and storage of information. Energy and material resource management including waste generation, energy efficiency/conservation, and resource recovery. Assessment of technological development and environmental quality in society. Study and application of principles of production as they relate to construction and manufacturing. Management aspects including OSHA regulations and UBC codes. Exploration of transportation/energy as the prime mover of people and products within a society; transportation/energy processes including energy storage and power/energy conversion. Review overall curriculum, technical aspects, relationships between courses, assessment of student learning, development of a senior project, and development of portfolio. Successful completion of this course with a C or better meets the Upper Division Writing Requirement for the Department.

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ETS 260 - Introduction to Environmental Studies (3 Credits)
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ETS 322 - Communication Technology (3 Credits)

ETS 363 - Resource Management (3 Credits)
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ETS 373 - Environmental and Technology Assessment (3 Credits)
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ETS 374 - Production Technology (3 Credits)

ETS 388 - Transportation/Energy Technology (3 Credits)
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ETS 456 - Senior Project (Capstone) (3 Credits)
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Technology Management Major Courses Completed*  ETS 115 - Engineering Communication (3 Credits)
o Graphic solutions to engineering problems. CAD and technical writing. Free-hand sketching, lettering, scaling. Drafting considerations that pertain to the areas of engineering, surveying, and architecture. Electrical and electronic practices. Basic theories, production and generation, conductors, semiconductors, insulators, resistance, capacitance, inductance, direct and alternating current circuit theory. Management theories, concepts, principles, functions, and processes related to applied science, engineering, and technological systems. Business problem solving: data collection, summarizing and describing data, estimation and hypotheses testing, analysis of variance, regression analysis, time series, quality control, decision analysis. Statistical software. Tutorial. How the operations function manages people, information, technology, materials, and facilities to produce goods and services.

ETS 270 - Electronics Technology (3 Credits)
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ETS 310 - Management for Technologists, Scientists, and Engineers (3 Credits)
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IS 242 - Business Statistics (4 Credits)
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MGMT 383 - Operations Management ( 3 Credits)
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*All course descriptions taken directly from Saint Cloud State University course catalog, to include spelling and grammatical errors.

Construction Management Technical Electives Completed*   ETS 336 - Residential Construction (3 Credits)
o o Major components of residential construction. Design of residential home. Working drawings, specifications, building codes, and landscaping. Blueprint reading symbols and concepts. Computer-aided home design. Discussion of environmental factors involved in residential construction. Areas of focus include: topographical considerations, interface between soil and structure design, foundation, heating/cooling, exterior finish, landscaping, alternate energy and conservation of materials. Preliminary, detail, and quantity estimating and scheduling techniques for residential and small commercial projects. Construction contracts, documents, and legal analysis. Pre-construction, contract administration, project record-keeping, and close-out. Survey of fundamentals of contemporary management from the perspective of the manager, the organization, its environment and their interactions. Individual and interpersonal behavior, group dynamics and structure, intergroup processes, and leadership within organizational contexts.

ETS 418 - Architectural Design and Working Drawings (3 Credits)

ETS 399 - Environmental Factors in Residential Construction (3 Credits)
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ETS 436 - Construction Scheduling and Estimating (3 Credits)
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ETS 450 - Construction Documentation (3 Credits)
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MGMT 301 - Introduction to Professional Management (3 Credits)
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MGMT 365 - Organizational Behavior (3 Credits)
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Industrial Technology Management Technical Electives Completed*  ETS 312 - Computer-Aided Design (3 Credits)
o Three-dimensional graphic design representations, engineering drawings, cutter path data for numerically controlled machine tools. Computer aided numeric control, process planning and control, and group process technology. Production processes in metals-based industries including foundry, welding, and machining practices. Identification, classification, properties, and uses of synthetic materials. Design, theory, and experimental techniques. Care and application of production machines. Production principles.

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ETS 343 - Computer Integrated Manufacturing (3 Credits)
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ETS 345 - Manufacturing Processes (3 Credits)

ETS 348 - Synthetics Technology (3 Credits)
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ETS 430 - Mass Production (3 Credits)
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*All course descriptions taken directly from Saint Cloud State University course catalog, to include spelling and grammatical errors.

Construction and Industrial Technology Management General Electives Completed*  ETS 130 - General Woodworking (3 Credits)
o History, development, and current role of our forest resource. Tools, machines, and processes involved in working with wood. Light and heavy structures, custom and factory construction. Residential construction procedures. Alternative and sustainable building practices to conserve energy and materials. Electrical plumbing, and climate control systems in residential construction. Interactions between humans, technology, and ecological systems. Human perceptions of the environment; environmental impacts of technology; and political, technological, and social responses to environmental issues. Develop knowledge of Computer Aided Design in commercial building. Developing detail drawings of existing complex on campus, (ISELF). Develop presentations to instructor in progression of plans.

ETS 134 - Introduction to Construction Technology (3 Credits)
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ETS 335 - Electrical and Mechanical Systems in Residential Construction (3 Credits)
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ETS 375 - Society and the Environment (3 Credits)

ETS 499 - Advanced Fundamentals of Computer-Aided Architectural Design (3 Credits)
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*All course descriptions taken directly from Saint Cloud State University course catalog, to include spelling and grammatical errors.