Engineering Technology

Bachelor of Science: 187.5 - 189.0 quarter credits

About the Program

The BS in Engineering Technology program is designed for students who plan to pursue careers in a variety of design-, production-, and service-related positions. The program provides an integrated educational experience directed towards developing the ability to apply fundamental knowledge to the solution of practical problems in the engineering technology specialty.

Graduates will be able to fill the gap that exists between the engineer/scientist and the technical and/or production workforce. Concentrations are available in biomedical, electrical, mechanical, and industrial engineering technology.

The engineering technology major provides an integrated educational experience directed toward the development of fundamental knowledge to the solution of practical technological problems. All students enrolled in the program are required to take general education courses, including mathematics, sciences and liberal arts. During their sophomore year, students need to choose one of the four available concentrations: 


These concentrations consist of core fundamental courses, technical electives, free electives, and a three-term senior design project reflecting industrial practices. The  program distinguishes itself from traditional engineering programs by placing emphasis on the application of theory, by integrating most courses with laboratory experience, and by incorporating faculty with extensive industrial experience.

The program includes full-time and part-time enrollment options. Students pursuing the full-time option can opt for a four-year program with a six-month internship or a five-year program with three six-month co-op cycles.

Engineering technology graduates are uniquely qualified to serve in a variety of functions requiring traditional and nontraditional technological skills. The program also prepares students for graduate study in a variety of fields, including engineering technology, engineering management, business administration, and health-care.

Mission 

The mission of the Engineering Technology program is to provide contemporary students with an academic foundation and practical education in engineering technology through an outstanding curriculum and applied research program, and the participation of our students in one of the nation's most successful cooperative educational programs.

Engineering Technology Program Educational Objectives

The Engineering Technology program produces graduates who:

  1. Apply discipline-specific theory, experiments and real world experience to interpret, analyze and solve current and emerging technical problems.
  2. Communicate clearly and persuasively with technical and non-technical people in oral, written and graphical forms.
  3. Function individually and on teams to design quality systems, components or processes in a timely, responsible and creative manner.
  4. Demonstrate behavior consistent with professional ethics and are cognizant of social concerns as they relate to the practice of engineering technology.
  5. Strive for professional growth and engage in lifelong learning.

Engineering Technology Program Outcomes

The program's outcomes reflect the skills and abilities that the curriculum is designed to provide to students by the time they graduate. These are:  

  1. an ability to select and apply the knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of the discipline to broadly-defined engineering technology activities.
  2. an ability to select and apply a knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to engineering technology problems that require the application of principles and applied procedures or methodologies.
  3. an ability to conduct standard tests and measurements. to conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments. and to apply experimental results to improve processes.
  4. an ability to design systems, components, or processes for broadly-defined engineering technology problems appropriate to program educational objectives.
  5. an ability to function effectively as a member or leader on a technical team.
  6. an ability to identify, analyze, and solve broadly-defined engineering technology problems.
  7. an ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in both technical and non-technical environments. and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
  8. an understanding of the need for and an ability to engage in self-directed continuing professional development.
  9. an understanding of and a commitment to address professional and ethical responsibilities including a respect for diversity.
  10. a knowledge of the impact of engineering technology solutions in a societal and global context.
  11. a commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.

Additional Information

The BS in Engineering Technology program been accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, Inc., the recognized accreditor of college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and technology.

For additional information, please visit the Engineering Technology web page.

Career Opportunities

Upon graduation, engineering technologists will be able to participate in the design, development, testing, and manufacturing of industrial and electrical equipment, medical devices, consumer products, and other automation equipment. Engineering technologists will serve in industry in many capacities, including:

  • Automation design and process engineering
  • Mechanical/production engineering
  • Electrical engineering and electronics
  • Field engineering
  • Systems engineering and management
  • Environmental engineering
  • Quality control
  • Sales
  • Systems/programming
  • Testing engineering

Visit the Drexel Steinbright Career Development Center page for more detailed information on post-graduate opportunities.

Dual/Accelerated Degree

Transfer Articulation Agreements

The Goodwin College of Professional Studies has transfer articulation agreements with Delaware County Community College (DCCC), Burlington County College (BCC), and Pennsylvania Institute of Technology (PIT), leading to concurrent AS and BS degrees in appropriate areas of study.

Through a unique articulation agreement, students can earn a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology from Drexel as well as an Associate of Applied Science Degree at DCCC, BCC, or PIT.

As an added benefit, students can earn certifications recognized by industry and required by employers for entry into the workforce. Each certificate program, usually completed in six months to one year, provides credits that automatically apply to a student's degrees.

For more information contact:

Goodwin College of Professional Studies
Gerry Marekova, Program Manager
gtm23@drexel.edu
215-895- 6253

Delaware County Community College
Admissions Office
admiss@dccc.edu
610-359-5050

Burlington County College
Owen Schugsta, Assistant Director
Ocs23@drexel.edu
856-222-9311 ext. 2053

Pennsylvania Institute of Technology
Gerry Marekova, Program Manager
gtm23@drexel.edu
215-895-6253

Biomedical Engineering Tech Courses

BET 301 Healthcare Technology 3.0 Credits

An overview of medical equipment used in hospitals and other medical environments to diagnose and treat patients. Sensors and physiological signals will be explained. Equipment found in various hospital departments and medical specialties will also be discussed. Patient safety and regulations will be emphasized.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 201 [Min Grade: D] and EET 202 [Min Grade: D]

BET 302 Biomedical Electronics 4.0 Credits

This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of analog electronics with an emphasis on biomedical applications. Students will be introduced to solid state devices including diodes, transistors, operational amplifiers, oscillators, and mixers and their use in power supplies, amplifiers and active filters.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 201 [Min Grade: D] and EET 202 [Min Grade: D]

BET 303 Medical Imaging Systems 3.0 Credits

Introduces students to physical principles, instrumental design, data acquisition strategies, image reconstruction techniques, and clinical applications of imaging modalities most commonly used in clinical medicine. The particular emphasis is placed on the basic engineering design involved in each modality.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: BET 301 [Min Grade: D]

BET 305 Clinical Laboratory Equipment 3.0 Credits

Clinical laboratory instrumentation and automation is described with emphasis on the demands of clinicians for diagnostic information. Special attention is given to reliability, ease of training, and cost effectiveness.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 201 [Min Grade: D] and EET 202 [Min Grade: D] and BET 301 [Min Grade: D]

Electrical Engr Technology Courses

EET 102 Introduction to Engineering Technology 3.0 Credits

The main objective of this course is to introduce the basic concepts and the fundamentals of Engineering Technology (ET). Students are introduced to the four tracks (electrical, mechanical, industrial, and biomedical) in ET and work on the selected topics designed to enhance the problem solving techniques.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EET 201 Circuit Analysis I 4.0 Credits

Introduction to the key electrical terms, basic laws and theorems of electric circuits by concentrating on Direct Current (DC) circuit analysis, power, and energy.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: PHYS 104 [Min Grade: D] and MATH 110 [Min Grade: D]

EET 202 Circuit Analysis II 4.0 Credits

Introduction to time domain (transient) analysis of R, L, C elements and energy storage in L and C circuits. The response of source-free RL, RC, and RLC circuits are developed followed by response to constant voltage and current sources.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 201 [Min Grade: D]

EET 204 Introduction to Nanotechnology 3.0 Credits

The course provides an introduction to scientific notation, size relationships between nanometers and other metric measures, self assembly, molecular recognition, the history of nanotechnology, and the role and influence of nanotechnology in other technologies.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CHEM 111 [Min Grade: D] and CHEM 113 [Min Grade: D]

EET 205 Digital Electronics 4.0 Credits

The objective of this course is to introduce AET students to fundamentals of digital electronics starting with the binary number system and proceeding to logic gates, Boolean algebra, combinational logic circuits, and the basic arithmetic units used in digital computers such as adders, counters and shift registers.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 201 [Min Grade: D]

EET 206 Analog Electronics I 4.0 Credits

Students are introduced to linear circuit analysis of passive and active semiconductor components, modeling of non-linear circuit elements, light and heat-dependent semiconductor devices, biasing of three-terminal devices, and semiconductor small-signal models.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 201 [Min Grade: D] and EET 202 [Min Grade: D]

EET 207 Introduction to Laboratory and Process Control 3.0 Credits

This course introduces students to programming techniques used to control laboratory experiments and industrial processes. The emphasis is on applications of LabView and C in real-world measurements and embedded systems.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

EET 307 Basic Power Systems I 3.0 Credits

Fundamentals of single-phase and three-phase power systems; introduction to symmetrical components and sequence impedances; power transfer modeling; the per-unit system; power transmission line impedance and admittances.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Junior or Senior.
Prerequisites: EET 104 [Min Grade: D]

EET 310 Industrial Application of Nanotechnology 3.0 Credits

This course introduces students to nanotechnology materials, devices, and processes from the perspective of product development and process engineering, manufacturing scale-up, quality assurance, and reliability. Laboratory projects provide students with hands-on experience in fabricating and characterizing nanomaterials and nanodevices, and their applications for renewable energy, solid-state lighting, novel functional materials, and biomedical engineering.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CHEM 111 [Min Grade: D] and CHEM 113 [Min Grade: D]

EET 311 Modeling of Engineering Systems 4.0 Credits

Course introduces students to development and application of ordinary differential equations to systems analysis with emphasis on electrical systems. Particular attention is paid to the derivation of differential equations from given practical circuits used in industrial applications.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MATH 122 [Min Grade: D] and EET 201 [Min Grade: D]

EET 313 Signals and Systems I 4.0 Credits

Course introduces students to applications of the systems analysis to the design of useful circuits and devices used in industrial applications. Covers time and frequency domain circuit analysis (transfer function, convolution) to determine response of the system to the arbitrary input.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 311 [Min Grade: D]

EET 317 Analog Electronics II 4.0 Credits

Students are introduced to four-layer diodes, power amplifiers, differential amplifiers, linear and non-linear operational amplifiers, feedbacks, oscillators, and active filters. Class discussions include practical circuits, troubleshooting, and case studies.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 206 [Min Grade: D]

EET 319 PLC Fundamentals 4.0 Credits

Introduces the fundamentals of programmable logic controllers, and PLC application in process control. The course includes both lecture and laboratory aimed at applying fundamental principles to practical projects. The emphasis is on the basics of ladder logic, including timers, counters, and program control.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 205 [Min Grade: D]

EET 320 Renewable Energy Systems 3.0 Credits

This course provides an introduction to energy systems and renewable energy resources, with a scientific examination of the energy field and an emphasis on alternate energy sources and their technology and applications. The class explores society's present needs and future energy demands, examines conventional energy sources and systems, including fossil fuels and then focuses on alternate, renewable energy sources such as solar, wind power, geothermal and fuel cells.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: PHYS 103 [Min Grade: D] and PHYS 104 [Min Grade: D]

EET 322 Energy Conversion 4.0 Credits

The course covers the fundamentals and the principles of electrical machines and transformers, with an emphasis on their application and installation. The course covers transformer, dc, ac and special machines. Novel energy conversion techniques such as Fuel Cell and Batteries are also discussed.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 202 [Min Grade: D]

EET 323 Electrical Systems Design 3.0 Credits

This course covers the basics of industrial systems, including safety, grounding, protection, lighting, distribution, commonly found in residential, commercial and industrial environment. The course formulates the application of standards and codes such as NEC, NEMA and IEEE.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 202 [Min Grade: D]

EET 324 Power Electronics 4.0 Credits

The course covers the basics of the industrial and power electronics over a spectrum of applications and provides an introduction to the emerging technologies in these fields. The course is accompanied by laboratory using hardware and software simulation tools.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 202 [Min Grade: D]

EET 325 Microprocessors 3.0 Credits

Introduces student to fundamentals of microprocessing using an application-oriented approach. Includs fundamental principles and system requirements supplemented with specific implementation examples and practical circuits with detailed design considerations.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 205 [Min Grade: D]

EET 333 [WI] Non-Destructive Evaluation of Materials 4.0 Credits

The course presents principles of ultrasound nondestructive evaluation of materials combining projects and hands-on experience with lectures. Students learn the physical principles of measurements of sound velocity in different materials, attenuation coefficients, directivity pattern of transducers and location and dimensions of heterogeneities in materials, such as flaws and cavities. This is a writing intensive course.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: PHYS 103 [Min Grade: D] and PHYS 104 [Min Grade: D]

EET 335 Acoustic Emission 4.0 Credits

The course presents principles of acoustic emission using practical applications in various industries. Physical principles of acoustic emission generation, propagation and detection in engineering materials and structures are presented. This includes principles of stress and strain and the underlying materials science of material deformation, crack growth and failure. Students learn how these principles are utilized to build technical applications of acoustic emission considered as an NDE method.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: PHYS 103 [Min Grade: D] and PHYS 104 [Min Grade: D]

EET 401 Applied Microcontrollers 3.0 Credits

The course is an introduction to microcontroller hardware and software with an emphasis on embedded control applications. Topics covered include microcontroller architectures, programming, analog and digital input/output, timing, debugging and PC-based software development tools.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 205 [Min Grade: D]

EET 402 Control Engineering 3.0 Credits

The course covers fundamental of control theory and their applications, including, linear systems and feedback, linear system operation and stability, standard methods applicable to the linear systems and basic for designs and applications.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 311 [Min Grade: D] and EET 313 [Min Grade: D]

EET 404 Signals and Systems II 3.0 Credits

Introduces the analysis of electric circuits under steady sinusoidal conditions, applications of Laplace transformation and complex frequency analysis, and Fourier analysis for representing an arbitrary time function as a sum of sinusoidal functions.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 313 [Min Grade: D] and EET 311 [Min Grade: D]

EET 406 Communication Systems 3.0 Credits

This course introduces AET student to fundamentals of Communication Systems using an integrated approach to analog and digital communications. Design and applications of contemporary communication systems are emphasized via the reduction theory to practice.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 311 [Min Grade: D] and EET 313 [Min Grade: D]

EET 407 Power Systems Fundamentals 3.0 Credits

The course covers the basic principles of the power systems, electric grid, methods to analyze electric grid systems and basic power system protection and stability.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 202 [Min Grade: D] and EET 322 [Min Grade: D]

EET 409 Optical System Design 3.0 Credits

This course introduces ET students to fundamentals of optics and optical systems using an application-oriented approach. Special attention is given to fundamental principles of optical systems and their requirements supplemented with specific applications-based examples.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: PHYS 104 [Min Grade: D]

Engineering Technology Courses

Industrial Engineering Courses

INDE 240 Technology Economics 3.0 Credits

Techniques for project decisions: benefit cost, present worth and annual worth analysis, rate of return, minimum attractive rate of return, capital budgeting, risk analysis, and depreciation.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

INDE 300 Quality Management 3.0 Credits

This is a course about managing quality. It will introduce quality concepts necessary for an organization to remain competitive in today's economy. Discussion will focus on the tools and techniques necessary to manage quality processes within an organization.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Junior or Senior.
Prerequisites: MATH 122 [Min Grade: D]

INDE 301 Health Systems Introduction 3.0 Credits

Emphasis on the application of industrial engineering methodologies to analyze and solve health systems challenges. Critical evaluation of the utility of key industrial engineering concepts and tools for assessing and modeling health care problems and challenges in health care delivery.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Junior or Pre-Junior or Senior.

INDE 340 Introduction to Decision Analysis 3.0 Credits

Overview of modeling techniques and methods used in decision analysis, including multiattribute utility models, decision trees, and Bayesian models. Psychological components of decision making are discussed. Elicitation techniques for model building are emphasized. Practical applications through real world model building are described and conducted.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Junior or Pre-Junior or Senior.
Prerequisites: STAT 262 [Min Grade: D] and MATH 122 [Min Grade: D]

INDE 350 Industrial Engineering Simulation 3.0 Credits

Covers techniques and application of computer simulation of existing or proposed real world systems and processes. Models of such systems or processes are often complex, precluding traditional analytical techniques. Students will build simulation models and do simulations with commercial simulation software, analyze and interpret the results, and to plan simulation studies.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Junior or Senior.
Prerequisites: STAT 261 [Min Grade: D]

INDE 351 Intelligent Manufacturing Systems 3.0 Credits

Design and simulation of intelligent manufacturing systems with special emphasis on sensor-integrated robotic assembly tasks. Fundamentals of artificial intelligence, application of robotics, sensors, vision, network integration, and flexible assembly work cells. Industry based case studies and working examples.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman

INDE 361 Quality Control 3.0 Credits

Covers theory and methods for design and analysis of quality control systems, including solutions to problems of product specifications, process control, acceptance inspection, and other means of quality assurance. Fall. Alternate years.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: STAT 261 [Min Grade: D]

INDE 362 Operations Research for Engineering I 3.0 Credits

Introduces systems sciences, including linear programming and other linear optimization methods, simplex method, primal-dual solution methods, the transportation method, pert-cpm and other network techniques, and dynamic programming. Requires development and presentation of simulation term-project proposals. Winter.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: MATH 261 [Min Grade: D]
Corequisite: MATH 261

INDE 363 Operations Research for Engineering II 3.0 Credits

Covers single and multi-episode probabilistic inventory models, queuing theory, single and multichannel systems, production scheduling and other assignment methods, Markov processes, Poisson processes and other stochastic systems, and replacement theory. Includes selected case studies. Applications: queuing, reliability, inventory, and finance. Requires development and presentation of term-project simulation models.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: INDE 362 [Min Grade: D]

INDE 364 Special Topics in Industrial Engineering 0.5-12.0 Credits

Provides special courses offered based on student or faculty interests. All terms. Variable.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman

INDE 365 Systems Analysis Methods I 3.0 Credits

Provides an introduction to the concepts and techniques used in analysis of complex systems. Covers the origins and structure of modern systems and the step-wise development of complex systems and the organizations of system development projects. Systems Development Lifecycle (SDLC) from concept development, engineering development, post-development.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Junior or Senior.

INDE 366 Systems Analysis Methods II 3.0 Credits

OO (Object Oriented) Methodology and UML (Universal Modeling Language) modeling, within the SDLC (System Development Life Cycle) framework, are covered in this class. There are two components to OO systems Analysis and Design; The ORM (Object- Relationship Model) is a way to describe or represent objects, classes of objects, relationships between objects and classes, and memberships of the real world. The OBM (Object-Behavior Model) is a means of describing the behavior of objects.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: INDE 365 [Min Grade: D]

INDE 367 Data Processing 3.0 Credits

Covers the information ?based skills necessary for Industrial Engineers. It is a project based course. Particular attention is paid to real world database problems. This course explains data acquisition and database systems. The course focuses on designing databases for given problems. Students will use different database techniques. Introduction to SQL.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman

INDE 370 Industrial Project Management 3.0 Credits

Provides an overview of the roles, responsibilities, and management methods of technology in project management. Emphasizes scheduling of various projects, monitoring, control and learning from projects. Three interrelated objectives of budget, schedule, and specifications are also introduced. The course assumes no prior knowledge in management techniques and is intended to teach students how to develop approaches and styles of management for service and manufacturing industry projects.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman

INDE 375 Quality Improvement by Experimental Design 4.0 Credits

Methods for Design and analyzing industrial experiments. Blocking; randomization; multiple regression; factorial and fractional experiments; response surface methodology; Taguchi's robust design; split plot experimentation.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: STAT 261 [Min Grade: D] or STAT 201 [Min Grade: D]

INDE 399 Independent Study in Industrial Engineering 0.5-12.0 Credits

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit

INDE 400 Designs of Program Evaluation Systems 3.0 Credits

Focus on evaluation broadly conceived to include evaluation of programs as well as within business organizations. The context of the class is evaluation in the health care sector, particularly long term care. Emphasis placed on the development of valid and practical models, and the identification and measurement of short-term and long-term intervention outcomes. Covers principles of research design, evaluation, and measurement issues.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Junior or Senior.
Prerequisites: STAT 261 [Min Grade: D] or STAT 201 [Min Grade: D] or STAT 211 [Min Grade: D]

INDE 461 Methods of Engineering and Measurement 3.0 Credits

Covers fundamentals for developing methods improvements and measurement of these improvements through time study and standard data. Includes analysis and design of man-and-machine work systems and application to typical problems in work measurements. Fall. Alternate years.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: POM 311 [Min Grade: D]

INDE 462 Industrial Plant Design 3.0 Credits

Covers design of a product-oriented facility, including process design, materials handling, work area design, storage and warehousing, and service-area planning. Includes complete final plant layout and presentation of term project. Winter. Alternate years.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: INDE 461 [Min Grade: D]

INDE 463 Production Management 3.0 Credits

Covers production planning and control systems, including materials, equipment, and manpower requirements; manufacturing planning and control, including production scheduling, inventory, and quality control; analytical methods for inventory control; and production planning and methods. Spring. Alternate years.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: INDE 462 [Min Grade: D]

INDE 467 Decision Processes 3.0 Credits

Covers advanced methods of analyzing decision-making under uncertainty, including expected value concepts and criteria, decision tree analysis, preference theory concepts, probabilistic risk assessment, risk analysis using simulation techniques, and decisions to purchase imperfect information. Uses case studies relating to facility siting, resource exploration and development, and new technology deployment and market penetration. Fall. Alternate years.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: MATH 261 [Min Grade: D]

INDE 468 Analysis of Experimental Data 3.0 Credits

Covers use of linear and non-linear models to identify cause and estimate effect. Includes randomization and blocking with paired comparisons, significance testing and confidence intervals, factorial designs, least squares regression analysis, response surface methods, analysis of variance, and Box-Jenkins and other time series forecasting methods. Fall.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: MATH 261 [Min Grade: D]

INDE 469 Organization Planning and Control 3.0 Credits

Analyzes human, capital, and physical resource planning, allocation, and control, including human factors and man-machine interface, technological innovation, concepts of behavioral science, and structure and dynamics of industrial organizations. Uses a case study approach to situational analysis. Spring. Alternate years.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman
Prerequisites: POM E311 [Min Grade: D] and POM 461 [Min Grade: D]

INDE 470 Engineering Quality Methods 3.0 Credits

Methods for controlling and improving industrial processes. Control charts; process capability; multifactor experiments; screening experiments; robust designs. Understanding of the continuous quality improvement tied to a real life project improvement.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman

INDE 490 Senior Project Design 4.0 Credits

Design methodology and engineering principles applied to open-ended design problems with inherent breadth and innovation. This course integrates the knowledge acquired in the various courses of the undergraduate curriculum to an open-ended design effort and applies the knowledge gained to the solution of contemporary engineering problem. Requires written and oral final reports, including oral presentations by each design team at a formal design conference open to the public and conducted in the style of a professional conference. Some or all pre-requisites may be taken as either a pre-requisite or co-requisite. Please see the department for more information.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Senior.
Prerequisites: INDE 470 [Min Grade: D] (Can be taken Concurrently)

Manufacturing Engr Technology Courses

MET 100 Graphical Communication 3.0 Credits

Introduces engineering graphics and fundamentals of computer aided design using the interactive software package AutoCAD on a personal computer.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Freshman.

MET 101 Manufacturing Materials 4.0 Credits

Covers tests used to characterize properties of ceramic, polymeric, and metallic materials and how material properties influence their use and manufacturing. Includes laboratory work on ASTM and industrial testing procedures.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CHEM 111 [Min Grade: D] and CHEM 113 [Min Grade: D]

MET 201 Introduction to Manufacturing Processes 3.0 Credits

Introduces manufacturing and its managed activities: research and development, production, marketing, industrial relations, and finance. Includes laboratory work in organization, staffing, and operating a model manufacturing enterprise.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman or Pre-Junior or Sophomore
Prerequisites: MATH 110 [Min Grade: D]

MET 202 Computer-Aided Drafting 4.0 Credits

Introduces computer design using an interactive software package on a microcomputer.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman or Pre-Junior or Sophomore

MET 204 Applied Quality Control 3.0 Credits

Covers variables, procedures, and processes of total quality control within the manufacturing industries. Includes instrumentation for material evaluation, attribute inspection and sampling, supervising for organizational quality improvements, and statistical control. Emphasizes directed laboratory experiences.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Junior or Senior.
Prerequisites: STAT 201 [Min Grade: D]

MET 205 Robotics and Mechatronics 3.0 Credits

Provides a comprehensive technical introduction to robotics and automation in manufacturing. Topics include flow line production, material handling, group technology, and flexible and mechatronics-integrated manufacturing.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Junior or Senior.
Prerequisites: PHYS 103 [Min Grade: D] and MATH 110 [Min Grade: D]

MET 209 Fluid Power 3.0 Credits

Covers the fundamentals of hydraulic systems with an emphasis on applications of Bernoulli's equation. Topics include component types and designs, hydraulic circuit analysis, and design of hydraulic systems.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: PHYS 103 [Min Grade: D] and PHYS 104 [Min Grade: D]

MET 213 Applied Mechanics 4.0 Credits

Covers elements of statics and strength of materials with specific applications to manufacturing problems. Topics include the design of bolted connections, simple structures, centroids, moments of inertia and beam design.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: PHYS 103 [Min Grade: D] and MET 101 [Min Grade: D] and MATH 122 [Min Grade: D]

MET 301 Advanced Design Graphics 3.0 Credits

Covers the theory and practice of industry's parts and assembly drawings with a specialization in tolerance and geometric dimensioning. Discusses industrial procedures and standards.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MET 100 [Min Grade: D]

MET 307 HazMat for Manufacturing 3.0 Credits

Covers the characteristics of hazardous substances and wastes, medical surveillance for plant personnel, toxicology, respirators and protective clothing, environmental direct reading indicators, decontamination procedures, and safe working practices.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Senior.
Prerequisites: BIO 161 [Min Grade: D] and CHEM 162 [Min Grade: D] and CHEM 164 [Min Grade: D]

MET 308 Maritime Manufacturing 3.0 Credits

Provides an overview of the key engineering standards, laws, and regulations governing the construction of commercial vessels in the United States and methods of complying with these requirements. Focuses on the ship manufacturing process and the installation and testing of ship systems.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Senior.

MET 310 Advanced Robotics and Mechatronics 3.0 Credits

Covers applied topics related to the integration of computer, robotics, and internet-based automation technologies in modern manufacturing.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MET 205 [Min Grade: D]

MET 316 Computer Numerical Control 3.0 Credits

Discusses theory and application of computer numerical control machines in the manufacturing environment. The laboratory focuses on the programming and operation of CNC machine tools.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MATH 110 [Min Grade: D] and MET 100 [Min Grade: D]

MET 380 Special Topic in Manufacturing 1.0-5.0 Credit

Covers selected topics that meet student interest and faculty capabilities. May be taken more than once if topics vary. Students may enroll in more than one section in a term when different topics are covered in each section.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Can be repeated multiple times for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Senior.

MET 402 Manufacturing Design with CAD 3.0 Credits

Covers design of tools and fixtures for manufacturing, including general-purpose work holders, modular and dedicated fixtures, jigs, fixturing principles, degree of freedom, locating and clamping components, wire frame and solid modeling, and 3d to 2D conversion. Students design models of fixtures.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MET 301 [Min Grade: D]

MET 403 Three Dimensional Modeling 3.0 Credits

Covers three-dimensional design with emphasis on manufacturing and industrial standards. Includes computer-aided-manufacturing using solid, surface, and wire-frame models.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MET 100 [Min Grade: D]

MET 404 Digital Instrumentation 3.0 Credits

Covers digital technology and its application in manufacturing. Covers variables, procedures, and processes of total quality control.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: EET 201 [Min Grade: D]

MET 407 Manufacturing Processes 3.0 Credits

Covers a systematic understanding of the operations, applications, and planning of manufacturing processes. Discusses quantitative evaluations of processing parameters influencing product quality.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MET 101 [Min Grade: D] and MATH 122 [Min Grade: D]

MET 408 MFG Information Management 3.0 Credits

Covers information management in manufacturing. Topics include cost estimation and control, manufacturing resources planning (MRP), just-in-time (JIT), production and inventory controls, management information systems (MIS), supply chain management (SCM), and other advanced information management technology.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MET 205 [Min Grade: D] and MATH 122 [Min Grade: D]

MET 409 Green Manufacturing 3.0 Credits

Covers life cycle analysis, pollution prevention, recycling, and lean manufacturing, including characteristics of hazardous substances and wastes, medical surveillance for plant personnel, toxicology, respirators and protective, environmental direct reading indicators, decontamination procedures and safe working practices for MFG.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CHEM 111 [Min Grade: D] and CHEM 113 [Min Grade: D]

MET 411 Advanced Computer Numerical Control 3.0 Credits

This course covers applied topics related to the integration of computer, CNC machines, and internet-based automation technologies in modern manufacturing.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MET 316 [Min Grade: D]

MET 421 [WI] Senior Design Project I 3.0 Credits

This course constitutes the first course of a three-quarter course sequence. It aims to train the students in identifying projects of relevance to the society, in planning and scheduling a solution, and in entrepreneurial activities that may result from the project. The course is also intended to cover an industrial project starting from the proposal writing and conceptual design to final steps. This course is focused on proposal writing. This is a writing intensive course.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Senior.

MET 422 Senior Design Project II 3.0 Credits

This course constitutes the second course of a three-quarter course sequence and continues MET 421. It aims to train the students in maintaining the progress of a project on schedule, including resolving any team conflicts. It also trains them how to prepare oral, and submit written progress reports. The students supply summary reports to his/her advisor. This course is focused on following standard design steps from the conceptual to final design.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MET 421 [Min Grade: D]

MET 423 [WI] Senior Design Project III 3.0 Credits

This is the final installment of a 3 course sequence. The course objective is to train students in a project from the initial conceptual design stage to the preliminary and the final design completion, how to conduct design reviews, and how to document and present findings, design concepts, and conclusion in both oral and written formats. Students are also required to build a working prototype of their final design concept and present it during final presentation of the project.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MET 422 [Min Grade: D]

Mechanical Engr Technology Courses

MHT 201 Kinematics 3.0 Credits

Study of four-bar linkages, sliders, and other devices using orthogonal of vectors, instantaneous centers, equivalent linkages, and effective cranks. Graphic solutions are emphasized, including an introduction to computer software.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman or Sophomore
Prerequisites: PHYS 103 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 205 Thermodynamics I 3.0 Credits

Students are introduced to the general theory of heat and matter; laws of thermodynamics; energy-transformation principles and availability of energy; and properties and processes for substances and ideal gases.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: PHYS 103 [Min Grade: D] and MATH 122 [Min Grade: D] and MET 209 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 206 Thermodynamics II 3.0 Credits

First and second law analysis of power cycle components. Analysis of gas power cycles, including Otto & Diesel engines and Brayton cycle turbines. Analysis of traditional power plant cycles, including Rankine, Refrigeration and heat pump.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MHT 205 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 214 Technology Laboratory I 3.0 Credits

Conduct experiments to determine the physical properties of incompressible fluids and to measure the flow rates of velocities utilizing pilot tubes, office plates, Venturi and Weirs flow meter, U-tube differential manometers and piezometers. Some or all pre-requisites may be taken as either a pre-requisite or co-requisite. Please see the department for more information.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Junior or Senior.
Prerequisites: MHT 301 [Min Grade: D] (Can be taken Concurrently)

MHT 220 Applied Statics 3.0 Credits

Explores forces, moments, couples, statistics of particles, and rigid bodies in two and three dimensions. Examines external and internal distributed forces, first moments and centroids, and structures such as trusses, frames and machines.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: PHYS 282 [Min Grade: D] and MATH 122 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 222 Applied Dynamics I 3.0 Credits

Topics include friction, second moments, and virtual work; kinematics of particles-rectilinear and curvilinear motions of dynamic particles-force, mass and acceleration, work and energy.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: PHYS 103 [Min Grade: D] or MATH 122 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 224 Applied Dynamics II 3.0 Credits

Impulse and momentum of particles; kinematics and dynamics of rigid bodies-force-mass and acceleration; dynamics of rigid bodies - work and energy. Impulse and momentum; introduction to mechanical vibration.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MHT 222 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 226 Measurement Techniques and Instrumentation 3.0 Credits

Basic concepts of measurement and measurement systems and techniques, causes of errors and error propagation; uncertainty analysis, data collection and analysis using statistical methods, data acquisition systems; students perform experimental laboratory activities involving various measurement sensors and instruments.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: PHYS 104 [Min Grade: D] and STAT 201 [Min Grade: D] and EET 207 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 295 Environmental Control Plasma Laboratory 2.0 Credits

The course presents engineering principles of non-thermal plasma application to air cleaning from Volatile Organic Compounds by combining hands-on laboratory experience with lectures. The students learn the engineering and physical principles of non-equilibrium plasma systems using the unique pulsed corona system of the Drexel Plasma Institute Environmental Laboratory.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: CHEM 111 [Min Grade: D] and CHEM 113 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 301 Fluid Mechanics I 3.0 Credits

Examine hydrostatics; principles governing fluids at rest; pressure measurement; hydrostatic forces on submerged areas and objects; simple dams. Discuss fluid flow in pipes under pressure; fluid energy; power and friction loss; Bernoulli's theorem. Flow measurement.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MHT 205 [Min Grade: D] and MET 213 [Min Grade: D] and MET 209 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 310 Applied Strength of Materials I 3.0 Credits

Topics include axially loaded members, stress and strain, allowable stresses, factor of safety, temperature effects, indeterminate members, torsional stresses and deformation. Students also examine shear moment beams; and flexural and transverse shearing stresses in beams.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MHT 222 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 312 Applied Strength of Materials II 3.0 Credits

A study of determinate and indeterminate bean deflections and reactions by superposition, integration and moment area methods. Topics include combined stresses; principal stresses; Mohr's circle; and theories of failure.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MHT 310 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 314 Thermo and Heat Transfer Analysis 3.0 Credits

Explores basic thermodynamic and heat transfer concepts and relations including fundamental of conduction, convection, and radiation using modern experiential methods to analyze thermodynamics systems and the related heat transfer mechanisms.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MHT 205 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 316 Fluid Mechanics Laboratory 3.0 Credits

Conduct experiments to determine the physical properties of incompressible fluids and to measure the flow rate of velocities as the fluid flows through open channels, partially filled conduits, conduits under pressure, pipe networks, and turbines and pumps.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MHT 301 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 401 Mechanical Design I 4.0 Credits

An introduction to mechanical design, the design process, design factors, creativity, optimization, human factors, and value engineering. Topics include simple design, properties and selection of materials; stress concentrations; strength under combined stresses; theories of failure; impact; and fluctuating and repeated loads.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MET 100 [Min Grade: D] and MET 213 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 402 Mechanical Design II 4.0 Credits

Topics include deformation and design of belt drives, chair drives, detachable fasteners and bearings, lubrication, and journal bearings. Covers stresses and power transmission of spur, bevel, and worm gear, shaft design, and clutches and brakes.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MHT 401 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 403 Fluid Mechanics II 3.0 Credits

Consider pipe networks and reservoir systems, flow in open channels and uniform flow energy, friction loss, minor losses, velocity distribution, alternate stages of flow, critical flow, non-uniform flow, accelerated, retarded flow and hydraulic jump.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Prerequisites: MHT 301 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 404 Advanced Materials 3.0 Credits

Lectures on inorganic materials, i.e., polymers, glasses, ceramics, concrete, wood, and materials having important electrical and magnetic properties; also a summary of the most up-to-date applications for the fabrication and uses of both metals and nonmetals.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Senior.
Prerequisites: MET 101 [Min Grade: D]

MHT 405 HVAC 3.0 Credits

Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) focuses on air conditioning principles, including psychometrics and heat pumps. Examines calculation of heating and cooling loads in accordance with ASHRAE practices, principles of gas compression, analysis of vapor compression; refrigeration systems, low temperature refrigeration cycles, and absorption refrigeration systems.

College/Department: Goodwin School of Technology & Professional Studies
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit
Restrictions: Can enroll if classification is Senior.
Prerequisites: MHT 206 [Min Grade: D]

Engineering Technology Faculty

Radian Belu, PhD (Western Ontario). Assistant Professor. Renewable energy, including wind and solar energy; power system analysis and control; numerical electromagnetics; lighting electromagnetics; power system protection; instrumentation; and radar and remote sensing in atmospheric research.
Richard Chiou, PhD (Georgia Institute of Technology). Associate Professor. Green manufacturing, mechatronics, Internet-based robotics and automation, and remote sensors and monitoring.
Yalcin Ertekin, PhD (University of Missouri-Rolla). Associate Clinical Professor. High speed machining with micromachining applications, machining process optimization and condition monitoring using multiple sensors, FEA simulation with 3D solid modeling applications, rapid prototyping and reverse engineering, quality and reliability improvement through statistically designed experiments, neural networks and data mining and Taguchi methods, CNC machine tool calibration characterization of cold fastening, clinching and self-pierced riveting processes, non-invasive surgical tool design, student learning enhancement using online simulation tools.
Vladimir Genis, PhD (Kiev State University, Ukraine) Program Director, Engineering Technology. Professor. Ultrasound wave propagation and scattering, ultrasound imaging, electronic instrumentation, piezoelectric transducers, and engineering education. Designed and developed diagnostic and therapeutic equipment for medical applications and electronic systems and techniques for defense-related and industrial applications.
Irina Ciobanescu Husanu, PhD (Drexel University). Assistant Clinical Professor. Microgravity combustion, thermal-fluid science with applications in micro-combustion, fuel cells and research of alternative and green fuels, energy conversion and renewable energy, industrial experience in aerospace engineering areas (theoretical analysis, numerical simulations and experimental investigations), design and testing of propulsion systems, mechanical instrumentation, and developing industrial applications of aircraft engines.
Michael Mauk, PhD, PE (University of Delaware). Assistant Clinical Professor. Rapid prototyping, microfluidics, alternative energy including solar energy and photovoltaics, semiconductor materials science, nanotechnology.
Warren Rosen, PhD (Temple University). Assistant Clinical Professor. Computer networks; optical networks; high-performance switching; lightweight protocols.
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