Technology

TEC 11704 Applied Technical Mathematics I

A study of percentages, ratios, powers, roots, units of measure, using English and metric units, scientific notation, engineering notation, numbering systems (binary and hexadecimal), exponentials and logarithms, manipulation of algebraic expressions and formulas used in technical problem solving, quadratic equations, solving word problems, systems of equations, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions, vectors as related to technical problem solving, addition of vectors, subtraction of vectors, complex numbers, and usage of calculators. Three-hour lecture, two-hour lab. Prerequisite: Passage of MTH 10403 or equivalent skill level as indicated by the score on the placement exam.

Offered Fall for 4 Semester hours.

TEC 11804 Applied Technical Mathematics II

A study of right triangles, angular measure (degrees and radians), trigonometric functions, graphs of trigonometric functions, semi-log graphing, logarithmic graphs, bar graphs, pie charts, probability, combinations, permutations, sampling, frequency distributions, central tendency, normal distribution, z-scores, t-scores, and usage of calculators. Three-hour lecture, two-hour lab. Prerequisite: TEC 11704 Applied Technical Mathematics I

Offered Spring for 4 Semester hours.

TEC 18801-03 Selected Topics in Technology

This course is designed to be a study of topics not included in regular technology course offerings. The format of this course may be independent, directed study or a scheduled class. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. Course fee may be required.

Offered On Demand for 1-3 Semester hours.

TEC 23303 Office Management and Customer Relations

A course designed to push the students to a higher level of accomplishment and add to their administrative professional skills. This course pulls together the skills learned previously in other courses and adds to their knowledge and understanding of the technical and human-relation (customer-relation) skills necessary to succeed in their chosen profession. Administrative professionals are required not only to have technology skills but also a broad range of human-relation and critical-thinking skills. Prerequisite: OT 10403, Keyboarding I, or previous typing experience with permission from the instructor of this course. Course fee required. 

Offered Spring for 3 Semester hours.

TEC 49901-03 Directed Studies in Technology

Independent study and/or research under the supervision of an instructor in any of the technology areas offered in the School of Technology. May include directed research and readings, formal in-depth study of a topic of special interest to the student, individual projects, special educational experiences, or a practicum in which theories and their practical applications are brought together in a single educational experience. Prerequisites: Junior or senior standing and permission of the instructor. Course fee may be required.

Offered On Demand for 1-3 Semester hours.