DRAFTING AND DESIGN, GIS, MANUFACTURING, PROCESS TECHNOLOGY, QUALITY TECHNOLOGY, AND SURVEYING TECHNOLOGY

Back to Table of Contents

Drafting and Design Engineering Technology 
Geographic Information Systems

Manufacturing Engineering Technology 
Process Technology

Quality Technology
Surveying Technology

Workforce Development Degree

Program Description:
Tulsa Community College provides several Engineering Technology options for student to prepare them for employment after receiving
their Workforce Development Associate in Applied Science degree. These programs include General Education, common core (part of all
the Engineering Technology programs listed below) and specialized classes for each technology area. These programs are intended to
give the student the knowledge and skills necessary to meet the needs of today’s technology workplace.

 

The Engineering Technology programs available include:
1) Drafting & Design Engineering Technology
2) Geographic Information Systems

3) Manufacturing Engineering Technology
4) Process Technology
5) Quality Technology
6) Surveying Technology

 

Degree Awarded: Associate in Applied Science

 

For More Information Contact:
Business, Information, and Engineering Technologies Division
Northeast: 918-595-7439

 

General Education Requirements Credit Hours: 18

 

Communication 6 hours
*ENGL 1113 Composition I
and select one course from the following:
*ENGL 1213 Composition II

*ENGL 2333 Technical/Professional Writing
*ENGL 2343 Business Communication I
SPCH 1113 Speech Communication I

Mathematics 6 hours
*MATH 1513 College Algebra
*MATH 1613 Plane Trigonometry

Social Science 6 hours
POLS 1113 American Federal Government
and select one course from the following:
HIST 1483 U.S. History 1492 to Civil War Era
HIST 1493 U.S. History Civil War Era to Present

Specialized Course Requirements Credit Hours: 43-46

Core Courses 16 hours

Business 3 hours
BUSN 1053 Introduction to Business

Computer Science 3 hours
CSCI 1203 Computer Concepts and Applications

Drafting and Design Engineering Technology 4 hours
DRFT 1324 Engineering Drawing with CAD

Engineering Technology 2 hours

ENGT 2462 Project Engineering and Management

Science 4 hours
GEOG 1014 Physical Geography (Surveying and GIS)
PHYS 1114 Physics I (Drafting, Manufacturing, Process Technology, and Quality Control)

Select from one of the following six degree options:
1) Drafting & Design Engineering Technology Option
29 hours

This program provides the student with a general education in mathematics, physics, English, engineering drawing, and design as well as specific training in Computer Aided Design Drafting (CADD). Those completing this option will be prepared for exciting careers in the fields of mechanical, structural, electrical, or other graphics communication technologies. Upon completion of this program, the graduate may apply for the ADDA National Examination for certification.

Drafting 18 hours

*DRFT 1442 Descriptive Geometry
DRFT 2204 AutoCad 2
*DRFT 2223 Mechanical Design I (CAD)
DRFT 2293 Survey of CAD Applications
and select 6 credit hours from the following:
*DRFT 1363 Civil Drafting and Design
*DRFT 2023 Pro/Engineer Modeling
*DRFT 2043 CATIA Fundamentals
DRFT 2233 Autodesk Inventor
*DRFT 2393 Basic Solid Works

 

Electronics Technology 2 hours

*ELET 1212 Introduction to Electricity

 

Engineering Technology 6 hours
ENGT 1313 Manufacturing Processes
*ENGT 1443/QCTT 1443 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

Quality Technology 3 hours
QCTT 1223 Blueprint Reading

2) Geographic Information Systems Option 27 hours
This program is designed to provide students with a foundational knowledge in English, math, surveying, and drafting combined with the specific training in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) required for employment as a GIS, Surveying, or Mapping Technician. GIS, Surveying and Mapping Technicians collect and manipulate geospatial data using computer programs in order to produce maps and databases. Students completing the GIS option under the Engineering Technology degree can simultaneously earn a GIS Certificate.

Computer Information Systems 3 hours
CSYS 1203 Introduction to Computer Programming
or
CSYS 1113 Oracle: Introduction to SQL

Drafting 3 hours
DRFT 1363 Civil Drafting and Design

Geography 4 hours
GEOG 2354 Computer Cartography

Geographic Information Systems 13 hours
GIS/GEOG 2344 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
*GIS 2373 Data Acquisition and Management
*GIS 2383 Advanced Geographic Information Systems
*GIS 2393 Geographic Information Systems Practicum

Surveying Technology 4 hours
*SURV 1324 Surveying I

3) Manufacturing Engineering Technology Option 30 hours
This option provides the student with solid knowledge and skills in the area of applied engineering. Manufacturing Engineers create and implement the manufacturing build plan in order to take engineering designs from the drawing board to product delivery. The manufacturing build plan includes defining the requirements for facilities, equipment, special machinery, tooling, materials, manpower, and processes required to produce all of the detail parts and assemblies to make the final product. Manufacturing Engineering takes a leading role in the creation, maintenance, and improvement of the processes used in the production of every manufactured product in industry today.

Engineering Technology 21 hours
ENGT 1313 Manufacturing Processes
ENGT 1363 Metallurgy
*ENGT/QCTT 1443 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
ENGT 1463 Composite Materials
ENGT/QCTT 2153 Lean, Six Sigma Quality Systems
*ENGT 2543 Manufacturing Engineering I
*ENGT 2643 Manufacturing Engineering II

Quality Technology 9 hours
QCTT 1223 Blueprint Reading
QCTT 1313 Introduction to Quality
*QCTT 2333 Inspection Principles

4) Process Technology Option 29 hours
This program is designed to provide students with the concepts and skills needed to enter careers as Process Technicians in the petro-chemical industry.

Process Technology 26 hours
PRCT 1123 Introduction to Process Technology
PRCT 1133 Safety, Health & Work Practices
*PRCT 1134 Process Organic Chemistry
*PRCT 2024 Process Tech I (Equipment)
*PRCT 2034 Industrial Instrumentation
*PRCT 2134 Process Tech II (Systems)
*PRCT 2224 Process Tech III (Operations)

Quality 3 hours
QCTT 1313 Introduction to Quality

5) Quality Technology Option 30 hours

This option is designed to prepare the student with no previous experience in quality technology for an entry level position as a quality technology professional. Students having previous quality technology experience will be able to upgrade their skills and knowledge in order to qualify for advancement in their chosen field. This program will help the graduate prepare to sit for the examination to become a Certified Quality Technician administered through the American Society for Quality, P.O. Box 3005, Milwaukee, WI 53201-3005, 1-800-248-1946.

Engineering Technology 9 hours
ENGT 1313 Manufacturing Processes
ENGT 1363 Metallurgy
ENGT 1463 Composite Materials

Quality Technology 21 hours
QCTT 1223 Blueprint Reading
QCTT 1313 Introduction to Quality
*ENGT /QCTT 1443 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
ENGT /QCTT 2153 Lean, Six Sigma Quality Systems
*QCTT 2333 Inspection Principles
QCTT 2383 Statistical Process Control, Quality Costs & Audits
QCTT 2423 Quality Standards, Specifications, & ISO 9000

6) Surveying Technology Option 28 hours
Surveying Technology graduates work for a variety of employers, including consulting firms, government agencies, construction, and utility companies. The program provides a broad based knowledge of surveying fundamentals. Graduates of the program may become licensed as a Land Surveying Intern after passing the Fundamentals of Land Surveying examination administered by the Oklahoma State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. After gaining qualified experience, a Land Surveying Intern may apply to take the Principles and Practices of Land Surveying exam. After successfully completing this second exam, a Land Surveying Intern will become registered as a Professional Licensed Surveyor.

Drafting 3 hours
*DRFT 1363 Civil Drafting and Design

Geographic Information Systems 4 hours
GIS/GEOG 2344 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems

Surveying Technology 21 hours

*SURV 1324 Surveying l
*SURV 2334 Surveying ll
SURV 2363 Land Law I
*SURV 2373 Land Law II
*SURV 2393 Survey Exam Topics
SURV 2224 Route Surveying and Residential Subdivision Design

 

Total Credit Hours: 61-64
*Course has prerequisite (See course description section of catalog).

 

General education requirements can be found at: www.tulsacc.edu/gened.

ShareThis

TCC