Industrial Education - INED
1001 Industrial Engines: Maintenance and Repair (3) V 6 hrs. lab. Design, construction, operation, and maintenance procedures of industrial engines, including electrical, cooling, lubricating, and fuel systems.
2011 Light Building Construction Technology (3) See IT 2011.
2012 Woodworking Technology (3) V 6 hrs. lab. Advanced machine tool operations, job procedures, design and finishing.
2022 Advanced Metals (3) V 6 hrs. lab. Founding, forging, heat treatment, and machine tool work.
2025 Energy and Power Systems (3) See IT 2022.
2030 General Electricity (3) V 6 hrs. lab. Fundamental principles of electricity; direct and alternating currents.
2031 Basic Electronics (3) V 6 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) F,S,Su 1 hr. lecture; 4 hrs. lab. Blueprint reading of the mechanical and building trades; freehand shop sketching, materials takeoff, and estimating.
2041 Industrial Crafts (3) V 6 hrs. lab. Techniques of art metalwork, plastics, and leather-craft.
2045 Fundamentals of Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (3) V 1 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,S,Su Identification of accident-producing conditions and practices in plant facilities, materials handling, machine safeguarding, hand tools, and occupational health.
3022 Advanced Metal Manufacturing Processes (3) F,S Prereq.: IT 2021. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab. Metal machine manufacturing processes and equipment; development of skills and technical knowledge using power and power-controlled equipment; forming and heat treatment of metals; foundry processes.
3043 Industrial Arts for Elementary Teachers (3) V 1 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) F Essential elements of an occupation or activity identified for purposes of job classification and instruction.
3061 Industrial Supervisory Practice (3) F,S The supervisor as a key person in the industrial organization; duties, responsibilities, and successful supervisory practices.
3062 Principles of Industrial Training (3) F,S Functions 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) F-E Prereq.: 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) S-E Prereq.: INED 2053 or equivalent. Science of controlling fire potentials and methods of extinguishment.
3082 AC/DC Circuit Analysis (3) F Prereq.: IT 2022/INED 2025. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. This course is application oriented and cannot be used to fulfill College of Engineering requirements. AC/DC electrical and magnetic circuits, emphasizing both resistive and reactive passive components.
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) F-O Major 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) S-O Prereq.: INED 2053 and BIOL 2160; or equivalent. Industrial hygiene related to environmental factors that produce adverse employee health.
4070 Teaching: Construction Industries (3) Su-V An 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) Su-V An activity-oriented, conceptually based teacher education curriculum, incorporating methods and materials of The World of Manufacturing as developed by the Industrial Arts Curriculum Project.
4282 Automation Systems in Manufacturing (3) F Prereq.: IT 4082. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab. Principles, techniques, and applications of numerical control programming and automation methods in materials handling, assembly, inspection/testing, and materials processing.
4350 Fluid Power Systems (3) F Prereq.: IT 2022/INED 2025. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab. Operating principles and applications of hydraulic and pneumatic components, power systems, and control systems.
4800 Microprocessors (3) F Prereq.: IT 3802. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab. This course is application oriented and cannot be used to fulfill College of Engineering requirements. Microprocessor theory and application, including operation, programming, I/O communication, and interfacing.
4849 Special Topics in Industrial Education (1-3) V May 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) V History and philosophy of industrial arts/technology education and vocational trade and industrial education.
7042 Principles of Vocational Trade and Industrial Education (3) V Contemporary principles and practices in vocational trade and industrial education at the secondary, postsecondary, and adult levels.
7142 Program Development in Industrial Education (3) V Program research, development, evaluation, and implementation.
7242 Programmed Instruction (3) V Principles 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) V Philosophical, 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) V Maybe 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.