*Course Descriptions based on the 2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog and/or Spring 2013 Graduate Catalog.

Graduate Courses

  • 580-83 Special Topics. 1-4 hrs.

Occasional offerings of current topics in technology and engineering, providing important supplementary material for participating students.

  • 585-88 Independent Study. 1-4 hrs.

An approved study of special interest concerning technology and engineering that is appropriate for the student’s program of study. Carried out under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • 600 Orientation to CITE Graduate Study. 0 hrs.

Orientation course covering skills such as technical communication, quantitative reasoning, research methods, ethics and professionalism, teamwork, and discipline-specific information.

  • 650-53 Special Topics. 1-4 hrs.

Occasional offerings of current topics in technology and engineering, providing important supplementary material for participating students.

  • 685-88 Independent Study. 1-4 hrs.

An approved study of special interest concerning technology and engineering that is appropriate for the student’s program of study. Carried out under the supervision of a faculty member.

  • 698 Comprehensive Project Formulation. 3 hrs. S/U.

Comprehensive project proposal is developed and approved, and work begun under supervision. Technical report writing, oral presentations, and communication skills. (PR: EM 660 and have completed min. 18 hours toward degree)

  • 699 Comprehensive Project. 3 hrs. S/U.

Completion of comprehensive project under the supervision of a faculty member. Includes final written submittal and public oral presentation. (PR: TE 698 and have completed minimum 27 hours toward degree)