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2004-06 IUPUI Campus Bulletin

The policies, regulations, and course descriptions that appear in this edition of the Bulletin are for the academic years specified. Curricular requirements are for students who entered the university or were admitted to a degree program during these specific academic years. As the "bulletin year" (the student's entry year) will be defined differently from school to school at IUPUI, consult your academic advisor to be sure you are using the appropriate edition of the Bulletin.

While every effort is made to provide accurate and current information, IUPUI reserves the right to change without notice statements in this bulletin concerning rules, policies, fees, curricula, courses, or other matters. Consult your academic advisor to learn if changes have occurred that may affect you.

Introduction

History of the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

Vision and Mission of the School

Academic Programs

Engineering Degree Programs
Technology Degree Programs
Information Technology Programs
Undergraduate Admission
Admission with Advanced Standing
Transfers
From IUPUI Schools, Indiana University Campuses, or Purdue University Campuses
From Other Colleges and Universities
To Other Indiana University Campuses
Second Degrees or Additional Major Fields
Requirements for a Second Degree
Requirements for an Additional Major Field (Technology Programs Only)
Dual Majors and Dual Degrees
Special Credit
Admission of International Students
Admission as a Nondegree Student
Auditing Courses
Academic Advising and Counseling

Undergraduate Admission Requirements

Undergraduate Engineering Admission Requirements
Undergraduate Technology Admission Requirements
Special Expenses
Fees and Payment Procedures
Financial Aid

Academic Policies and Procedures

Scholarships and Awards

School or Program Students Clubs

General-Education Program

Specific Degree Tracks

Undergraduate Engineering Programs

Undergraduate Engineering Curriculum
Freshman Engineering Program

Department of Biomedical Engineering

B.S. in Biomedical Engineering
Graduate Programs in Biomedical Engineering

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

B.S. in Electrical Engineering
B.S. in Computer Engineering
B.S. in Engineering—Interdisciplinary Engineering
Graduate Programs in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Department of Mechanical Engineering

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering
Graduate Programs in Mechanical Engineering
B.S. in Engineering—Interdisciplinary  Engineering
B.S. in Engineering—Engineering Management

Engineering Course Descriptions

Electrical and Computer Engineering
ECE Internship and Cooperative Education Programs
Freshman Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
ME Internship and Cooperative Education  Programs

Technology Programs

Associate of Science
Bachelor of Science
Technology Plans of Study

Department of Computer and Information Technology

A.S. in Computer Technology
B.S. in Computer Technology
Minor in Computer Technology
Information Technology Certificate
E-Commerce Development Certificate

Department of Construction Technology

A.S. in Architectural Technology
A.S. in Civil Engineering Technology
A.S. in Interior Design
B.S. in Construction Technology
Construction (Management) Option
Construction Drafting Certificate
Construction Management Certificate

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology

A.S. in Biomedical Electronics Technology
Clinical Laboratory Equipment Technology Certificate Program
A.S. in Computer Engineering Technology
B.S. in Computer Engineering Technology
A.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology
B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology
Communication Systems
Control Systems
Digital/Microprocessor Systems
Electronic Devices and Systems
Electronics Manufacturing
Power Systems
Advanced Curriculum Program
Minor in Electrical Engineering Technology
Minor in Digital Electronics Technology

Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology

A.S. in Computer Graphics Technology
Interactive Multimedia Developer
Manufacturing Graphics Communication
Technical Animation and Spatial Graphics
B.S. in Computer Graphics Technology
Interactive Multimedia Developer
Manufacturing Graphics Communication
Technical Animation and Spatial Graphics
A.S. in Computer Integrated Manufacturing Technology
B.S. in Computer Integrated Manufacturing Technology
A.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology
A.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering Technology
Computer Graphics Certificate Program
Quality Control Certificate Program
CAD/CAM Certificate Program
Manufacturing Systems Certificate Program

Department of Organizational Leadership and Supervision

A.S. in Organizational Leadership and Supervision
B.S. in Organizational Leadership and Supervision
Human Resource Management Certificate Program
Certificate in International Leadership
Certificate in Leadership Studies

Technical Communications Program

Certificate in Technical Communication

Technology Course Descriptions

Architectural Technology
Biomedical Electronics Technology
Civil Engineering Technology
Computer Graphics Technology
Computer Integrated Manufacturing Technology
CIMT Internship and Cooperative Education Programs
Computer Technology
CIT Internship and Cooperative Education Programs
Construction Technology
CNT Internship and Cooperative Education Programs
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology
ECET Internship and Cooperative Education Programs
Industrial Engineering Technology
Interior Design
Mechanical Engineering Technology
MET Internship and Cooperative Education Programs
Organizational Leadership and Supervision
OLS Internship and Cooperative Education Programs

Other Technology Courses

Technical Communications

School of Engineering and Technology Faculty

Administrative Officers
Resident Faculty
Faculty Emeriti



Introduction

The Purdue School of Engineering and Technology offers undergraduate and graduate programs that prepare students for careers in industry. The school is one of the largest degree-granting schools at IUPUI, with an enrollment of approximately 2,500 students. All degrees are awarded by Purdue University.

History of the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

The School of Engineering and Technology was formed in 1972 and is the successor to Purdue University programs that began in Indianapolis in 1940. The first Purdue University courses in the city were defense training courses sponsored by the U.S. Office of Education. After World War II, the curriculum was changed from a certificate to a diploma program. Three technical-institute programs were established: drafting and mechanical technology, electrical technology, and supervision and production technology. Ten students graduated at the first commencement in 1947. Freshman engineering courses were added in 1948; the Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree was first offered in 1969. The school now offers undergraduate and graduate programs leading to Purdue University degrees. Several of the programs have transfer and articulation agreements with a few Indiana colleges and universities as well as with international institutions abroad.

Vision and Mission of the School

The vision of the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at IUPUI is to be one of the best urban university leaders in the disciplines of engineering and technology.

The mission of the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at IUPUI is to provide for our constituents:

  • high quality, well-rounded, and relevant educational experiences in an urban environment;
  • opportunities to develop technical proficiency, leadership, and lifelong learning skills;
  • outreach and accessibility to the broader community through civic engagement;
  • excellence in the pursuit of basic and applied research, scholarship, and creative activity; and
  • activities that support the intellectual and economic development of business, industry, government, and community stakeholders.
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