Industrial Automation Technology

Industrial Automation Technology – Diploma Courses

Award: Diploma
Required number of credits: 34
Enrollment Status: Full-time or part-time
Program Start: Fall only

The Industrial Automation Technology diploma option program requires a mix of general education and hands-on courses. The following list of courses is the suggested sequence of study for a full-time student.

Part-time students, visit with a program advisor for a modified sequence of study.

When registering for classes refer to your Program Evaluation to see your specific program requirements and ensure proper registration.

Eight-Week Courses * **

Courses marked with one asterisk (*) meet the first 8-weeks of the semester. Courses marked with two asterisks (**) meet the second 8-weeks of the semester.

2015–2016 Suggested Sequence of Study and Course Cost

Courses and course cost calculations are subject to change.

Semester 1
EGT140 Fluid Power * 2 $319.00
EGT149 Fluid Power Systems II ** 3 $478.50
ELT139 Electrical Systems * 3 $513.50
ELT149 Advanced Electrical Systems ** 2 $319.00
ELT192 Introduction to EET Computer Science 3 $478.50
IND100 Basic Mechanical Systems 2 $319.00
IND111 Industrial Safety Mechanical Systems 1 $159.50
MAT772 Applied Math 3 $478.50

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Total Credits 19
Semester 2
COM781 Written Communication in the Workplace -OR- 3 $478.50
ENG105 Composition I 3 $478.50
EGT144 Fluid Power Applications 2 $319.00
ELT215 Motors and Controls 2 $319.00
ELT234 PLC Programming 2 $374.00
ELT403 Visual Basic 3 $478.50
WEL339 Electromechanical Maintenance 3 $508.50

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Total Credits 15

Course Cost Calculation:
2015–2016 resident tuition and fees x course credits + course fee if applicable.

The course cost calculation does not include:

Program Contacts

Department Secretary

Kendra Wyatt-Koger
Buchanan Hall 128
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Program Advisors

Doug Kruger
Butler Hall 127
319-296-2329 ext.1303
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Dan Utley
Butler Hall 123B
319-296-2329 ext.1730
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Interim Dean

Dan Nierling
Butler Hall 131A
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