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2020-2021 University Catalog 
    
2020-2021 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer Engineering Technology Supplemental Information


Oral Communication Selective


Any communications (COM) course at the 200 level or higher.

General Education Selectives


Select 12 hours in one or more of the subject areas (disciplines) listed below, subject to the following conditions:

  • One course must be from the UCC approved list of Human Culture: Humanities.
  • One course must be from the UCC approved list of Human Culture: Behavioral/Social Sciences, unless the student selects a Business Selective, which meets the Human Culture: Behavioral/Social Sciences requirement for core.
  • Only one of AGEC 21700 Economics and ECON 21000 Principles of Economics can be applied to the CEGT Plan of Study.

Foreign languages (except for courses in a student’s native language); African American Studies (AAS); Art and Design (AD); American Studies (AMST); Anthropology (ANTH); Asian American Studies (ASAM); American Sign language (ASL); Bands (BAND); Classics (CLCS); Comparative Literature (CMPL); Communication (COM); Economic (ECON); English (ENGL); History (HIST); Interdisciplinary Studies (IDIS); Linguistics (LING); Music History and Theory (MUS); Philosophy (PHIL); Political Science (POL); Psychology (PSY); Religious Studies (REL); Sociology (SOC); Theater (THTR); Women’s Studies (WGSS); ROTC (AFT, MSL, NS)

Business Selective


Select 3 hours in one of the disciplines listed below, or any of the designated courses, subject to the following conditions:

  • The course must be from the UCC approved list of Human Culture: Behavioral/Social Sciences, unless the student selects a General Education Selective, which meets the Human Culture: Behavioral/Social Sciences requirement for core.
  • Any Agricultural Economics course (AGEC) at the 200-level or higher: AGEC 20000 or higher.
  • Any Economics (ECON) course at the 200-level or higher: ECON 20000 or higher.
  • Any Entrepreneurship (ENTR) course at the 200-level or higher: ENTR 20000 or higher.
  • Any Management (MGMT) course at the 200-level or higher: MGMT 20000 or higher.
  • Or the select one of the following courses:

Elective


Any non remedial course.

Minors


Minors are offered through a variety of disciplines. The discipline offering the minor establishes the requirement. A minor is not required.

  • The Electrical Engineering Technology minor cannot be added to this major.

Double Majors within the Electrical Engineering Technology Program


Within the PIECET-BS Program, double majors of AUET or CEGT or ENET are allowed without restriction.  A double major with EETC requires an additional 12 hours of ECET courses.  The additional courses will fulfill the EETC major for the purposes of double majors.  The additional courses have the following restrictions:

  • No 100-level course may be used.
  • Only three (3) credits of a 200-level course may be used, excluding:  ECET 22400 Electronic Systems, ECET 29000 International Experience and ECET 29900 Selected EET Subjects, which may not be used.
  • All courses must be taken on the PWL and/or PSW campuses.

Intercultural Requirement


Step 1: Complete the Pre-test Intercultural Development Inventory Assessments (1st year)

Step 2: Complete one (1) of the following global experiences:*

  • Participate in A Purdue University international capstone, collaborative project, or
  • Participate in an international internship (international location), or
  • Participate in a full semester abroad program program, or
  • Complete 3 credit hours from the Polytechnic list of recommended Global/Cultural courses.

Step 3: Complete the Post-test Intercultural Development Inventory Assessments (4th year)

NOTE FOR TRANSFER/CODO STUDENTS: Transfer and CODO students with less than 75 credit hours remaining to completed their Polytechnic Plan of Study are exempt from Step 1 (taking the IDI Pre-test).

*Global experiences must take place during the time of enrollment in Polytechnic to complete Step 2. Experiences taken place prior to a student’s initial enrollment will not serve to complete Step 2. Intercultural competencies gained on experiences prior to Polytechnic enrollment will be captured as baseline data on a student’s IDI.

Professional Requirement


The SOET Professional Experience requirement is intended to document those experiences which help expose SOET students to the expectations of their professional prior to graduation. This may occur through industrial experience, technical or administrative involvement with community service, military service, et cetera. Approval has been granted for the following experiences. Additional experiences may also satisfy this graduation requirement. Requests for approval should be submitted to the SOET Curriculum Subcommittee Chair for consideration, allowing at least four academic weeks for review and response.

Table 1: Approved Professional Experiences

Approval by

Experience

Automatic

Any TECH Professional Practice course (co-op, intern, etc.)

Automatic

MET 29900 Internship for Credit

Automatic

EPICS courses, minimum of two

Advisor

Any approved internship (assuming student and/or employer provide documentation)

Advisor

Military service (ROTC completion, reservist, active duty, veteran)

Faculty

Supervised undergraduate research experiences or laboratory assistantships (e.g., employed in the AEL as lab technician)

Faculty

Independent study - by petition to ensure the project meets the spirit of the requirement

Faculty

Professional society/club activities (e.g., led the Solar Racing team) - by petition

Faculty

Any approved employment or industry project.

*Approval Key:

  • Automatic - student participation in this professional experience is already documented through existing means.
  • Advisor - advisor reviews student’s experience to determine if it meets the spirit of the Professional Experience requirement.
  • Faculty - designated committee reviews student’s experience to determine if it meets the spirit of the Professional Experience requirement.