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Engineering and Engineering Technology Minors and Certificates

The Engineering and Engineering Technology department offers minors in Architecture, Electrical Engineering Technology, and Mechanical Engineering Technology, as well as certificates in Electrical Engineering Technology, Additive Manufacturing Engineering, & Advanced Composite Materials and Manufacturing. Minors and certificates are open to student of all majors; including the EET certificate to EET majors. Students interested in the minor or certificate do not need an extensive math background.

Please read the below descriptions for more information about these offerings.

Architecture

Civil Engineering Technology offers a minor in Architecture (ARCH) for interested students. This option provides students the opportunity to become familiar with architecture and develop a specialized area of interest within the field. In pursuit of the minor, students will get to work hands-on with their own designs and see the collaboration between fields. Additionally, students who complete the minor in Architecture have a standing invitation to further purse the subject at the University of Pécs. The Architecture minor is composed of 18 credit hours.

Students interested in the minor do not need an extensive math background.

Architecture minor – flyer

To see the descriptions of the courses required, please visit the Catalog.

 

Architecture Minor

Contact the Department of Engineering and Engineering Technology

Dr. Zsuzsa (Susan) Balogh

CET & CPM Program Coordinator

[email protected]

303-615-0156

Email or call with any questions regarding the Architecture Minor!

Electrical Engineering Technology Certificate

Electrical Engineering Technology offers a certificate for interested students. This certificate offer students from any major the opportunity to become familiar with the fundamentals of Electrical Engineering Technology such as DC and AC circuits, generators, motors, semiconductor-based circuits, digital circuits, and microcontrollers.

Students interested in the certificate do not need an extensive math background.

Certificate students who are interested in continuing to the Electrical Engineering Technology Bachelor of Science are required to take EET 1140 & 1150, and EET 2145.

EET Minor & Certificate – flyer

To see the descriptions of the courses required, please visit the Catalog.

Electrical Engineering Technology Minor

Electrical Engineering Technology offers a minor for interested students. This minor offer students from any major the opportunity to become familiar with the fundamentals of Electrical Engineering Technology such as DC and AC circuits, generators, motors, semiconductor-based circuits, digital circuits, and microcontrollers.

Students interested in the minor do not need an extensive math background.

EET Minor & Certificate – flyer

To see the descriptions of the courses required, please visit the Catalog.

EET Minor or Certificate

Contact the Department of Engineering and Engineering Technology

Dr. Fred Barlow

Department Chair & EET Program Coordinator

[email protected]

303-605-7212

Email or call with any questions regarding the EET Minor or Certificate!

Mechanical Engineering Technology Minor

Mechanical Engineering Technology offers a minor which provides students the opportunity to become familiar with the fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering Technology, such as machine tools, quality assurance, basic properties of metals and non-metals.

Students interested in the minor do not need an extensive math background.

MET Minor Certificates – flyer

To see the descriptions of the courses required, please visit the Catalog. 

Additive Manufacturing Engineering Certificate

Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) offers the Additive Manufacturing Engineering certificate for interested students; this certificate is open to students from any major.

Students interested in the certificate do not need an extensive math background.

The Additive Manufacturing Engineering certificate is designed to prepare students with hands-on training and knowledge necessary to meet increasing demand in the design, scanning, and manufacture of components with additive manufacturing techniques. The program will provide students with theoretical and practical knowledge in material identification, 3D design and scanning, design for additive manufacturing, direct digital manufacturing techniques, inspection, and applications. All of the courses within this certificate can be applied toward the completion of a major in the Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) program. The certificate in Additive Manufacturing Engineering is comprised of a minimum of 18 credit hours.

MET Minor Certificates – flyer

To see the descriptions of the courses required, please visit the Catalog. 

Advanced Composite Materials and Manufacturing Certificate

Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET) offers the Advanced Composite Materials and Manufacturing certificate for interested students; this certificate is open to students from any major.

Students interested in the certificate do not need an extensive math background.

The Advanced Composite Materials and Manufacturing certificate is designed to prepare students with hands-on training and knowledge necessary to meet increasing demand in the design, manufacture and repair of components constructed with advanced composite materials, such as carbon and aramid fibers. The program will provide students with theoretical and practical knowledge in material identification, design, composite safety, manufacturing techniques, inspection, and repairs. The certificate in Advanced Composite Materials and Manufacturing is comprised of a minimum of 15 credit hours.

MET Minor Certificates – flyer

To see the descriptions of the courses required, please visit the Catalog. 

MET Minor and Certificates

Contact the Department of Engineering and Engineering Technology

Dr. Aaron Brown

MET Program Coordinator

[email protected]

303-615-0225

Email or call with any questions regarding the MET Minor and Certificates!