INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION • INED

1001 Industrial Engines: Maintenance and Repair (3) V6 hrs. lab. Design, construction, operation, and maintenance procedures of industrial engines, including
electrical, cooling, lubricating, and fuel systems.

2012 Woodworking Technology (3) V6 hrs. lab. Advanced machine tool operations, job procedures, design and finishing.

2022 Advanced Metals (3) V6 hrs. lab. Founding, forging, heat treatment, and machine tool work.

2030 General Electricity (3) V6 hrs. lab. Fundamental principles of electricity; direct and alternating currents.

2031 Basic Electronics (3) V6 hrs. lab. Basic electronic principles and circuitry as applied to diodes, vacuum tubes, power transformers, inductors, capacitors, resistors, and rectifiers.

2040 Technical Drawing, Reading, Sketching, and Takeoff (3) V1 hr. lecture; 4 hrs. lab. Blueprint reading of the mechanical and building trades; freehand shop
sketching, materials takeoff, and estimating.

2041 Industrial Crafts (3) V6 hrs. lab. Techniques of art metalwork, plastics, and leather-craft.

2045 Fundamentals of Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (3) V1 hr. lecture; 4 hrs. lab. Principles, parts, components, functions, and application of air conditioning
and refrigeration systems; problems in equipment performance, operation, inspection, repair, and maintenance.

2053 Occupational Safety (3) F,SIdentification of accident-producing conditions and practices in plant facilities, materials handling, machine safeguarding, hand tools, and occupational health.

3043 Industrial Arts for Elementary Teachers (3) V1 hr. lecture; 4 hrs. lab. Organization and construction of handcrafts activity units and methods of correlating with
subject matter of elementary grades.

3055 Occupational Analysis Techniques (3) VEssential elements of an occupation or activity identified for purposes of job classification and instruction.

3061 Industrial Supervisory Practice (3) VThe supervisor as a key person in the industrial organization; duties, responsibilities, and successful supervisory practices.

3062 Principles of Industrial Training (3) VFunctions of a training department, duties and responsibilities of a director, and teaching methods used to develop goals of teamwork and production in business and industry.

3065 Industrial Safety Management (3) VPrereq.: INED 2053 or equivalent. Management practices applied to loss prevention and control; analysis of loss prevention programs; certification, professional ethics; functions of the safety professional.

3068 Fire Prevention and Protection (3) VPrereq.: INED 2053 or equivalent. Science of controlling fire potentials and methods of extinguishment.

4067 System and Product Safety (3)Prereq.: INED 3065, EXST 2055. Application of system safety analysis and product safety methodologies to contemporary loss prevention programs.

4068 Regulatory Considerations in Occupational Safety (3) VMajor legislation affecting the occupational safety and health field; Occupational Safety and Health Act
(OSHA), Worker Compensation laws, Consumer Product Safety Act (CPSA), and Mine Safety and Health Act (MSHA).

4069 Principles of Industrial Hygiene (3) VPrereq.: INED 2053 and BIOL 2160; or equivalent. Industrial hygiene related to environmental factors that produce adverse employee health.

4070 Teaching: Construction Industries (3) VAn activity-oriented, conceptually based teacher education curriculum, incorporating methods and materials of The World of Construction as developed by the Industrial Arts Curriculum Project.

4080 Teaching: Manufacturing Industries (3) VAn activity-oriented, conceptually based teacher education curriculum, incorporating methods and materials of The World of Manufacturingas developed by the Industrial Arts Curriculum Project.

4849 Special Topics in Industrial Education (1-3) VMay be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. credit. Current practices and technological advances in industrial education; individual or group study under the direction of a faculty member.

7041 Foundations of Industrial Education (3) VHistory and philosophy of industrial arts/technology education and vocational trade and industrial education.

7042 Principles of Vocational Trade and Industrial Education (3) VContemporary principles and practices in vocational trade and industrial education at the
secondary, postsecondary, and adult levels.

7142 Program Development in Industrial Education (3) VProgram research, development, evaluation, and implementation.

7242 Programmed Instruction (3) VPrinciples of programmed instruction; emphasis on methods and application of instruction and development of materials.

7741 Administration and Supervision of Vocational Trade and Industrial Education (3) VPhilosophical, theoretical, and operational considerations in administering
and supervising secondary and postsecondary vocational trade and industrial education programs and staff.

7848 Special Topics in Industrial Education (1-3) VMaybe taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. Independent or group study under the direction of the graduate faculty.

8000 Thesis Research (1-12 per sem.)"S"/"U" grading.