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Engineering Technology

Group of Students studyingThe following is a general course of study for students pursuing an Associate of Science Degree in the area of Engineering Technology, and as such will need to be adjusted for specific situations. Due to specific requirements for transfer to four-year institutions, and to make a best effort for needs of individual students, each student's best interests will be served through proper advising/counseling in the ICC Engineering Technology Department. Courses of study can be individually tailored through departmental counseling. Many other courses listed in this catalog are suitable for specific situations.

Independence Community College’s two-year programs provide a strong technical foundation wherein students can choose their area of study.  Curriculum includes Design and Drafting Technology, Computer Aided Drafting Technology, Engineering Technology, Architectural Engineering Technology, and Civil Engineering Technology.  

The program is designed for the graduate with an Associate of Applied Science Degree to go directly into the workforce upon completion.  Graduates are qualified for employment in such areas as designers, drafters (both on table and Computer-Aided-Drafting/Design), machine designers and detailers, drafting technicians, tracers, redrafters and drafting checkers.

A degree in Engineering Technology can easily transfer to a four-year institution.  Students wanting to transfer need to be aware of the specific requirements for transfer and seek advising/counseling in ICC’s Engineering Technology Department.

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If you would like more information about the Engineering Technology Program at Independence Community College, contact:

Professor Lekan Ramoni
(620) 332-5503
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Engineering Technology
Degree: Associate of Science

Suggested Four-Semester Plan

Course Title Credit Hours
 

First Semester:

English Composition I 3
Analytic Geometry & Calculus I 5
College Chemistry I & Lab 5
Introduction to Engineering & Design* 2
Computer Concepts & Applications 3
Term Total 18
 

Second Semester:

English Composition II 3
General Biology 5
Analytic Geometry & Calculus II 5
Computer Aided Design 3
Term Total 16
 

Third Semester:

Engineering Graphics 3
Engineering Physics I 5
Manufacturing Processes & Materials 3
Arts/Humanities Sciences 3
Social/Behavioral Science Elective 3
Term Total 17
 

Fourth Semester:

Arts/Humanities Sciences 3
Social/Behavioral Science Elective 3
Computer Aided Manufacturing* 3
Engineering Mechanics* 3
Public Speaking 3
Term Total 15
   

Total

66

*See Courses that meet General Education Graduation Requirements for a list of courses meeting the math/science, arts/humanities, and social/behavioral science requirements.