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Bachelor of Science inIndustrial Technology

Online Degree

Completion Program

Department of Technology Systems College of Technology and Computer Science


Outline

  • Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology (BSIT) at East Carolina University

  • Development of the BSIT degree

  • Concentration areas (five online)

  • Application Process

  • Marketing


The evolution of the BSIT…

  • ECU has brought back life to the AAS degree. It is no longer terminal.

  • ECU provides a continuous road way for AAS graduates to BS completion needed for professional development

  • ECU Department of Technology Systems is committed to the North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS) partnership and economic development


Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology

  • Specifically designed for AAS transfer

    • Coordination with over 100 AAS programs in NCCCS

    • Flexible: Block technical transfer credit for approved AAS degrees

    • Adaptable: Integration with emerging fields (e.g. bioprocess manufacturing)

  • College goal in bioprocess education: work force and skill development at multiple levels and career pathways

    • Comprehensive workforce development strategy: Span from operations and support groups to engineering

    • Supporting needs of non traditional (adult learners currently in the work force) and traditional students.


BSIT Concentrations

  • Selected to cover the technological work place and integrate with NCCCS programs

    • Information and Computer Technology

    • Industrial Distribution and Logistics

    • Manufacturing

    • Industrial Supervision

    • Bioprocess Manufacturing

    • Mechanical Technology*

    • Architectural Technology*

      * On campus only


Online BSIT Concentrationsand example AAS degrees that feed the program

  • Information & Computer Technology:

    • Information Systems

    • Information Systems Security

    • Networking Technology

  • Industrial Distribution & Logistics:

    • Business Administration/International Business

    • Business Administration/Logistics Management

    • Global Logistics Technology


Online BSIT Concentrationsand example AAS degrees that feed the program

  • Manufacturing Systems:

    • Industrial Engineering Technology

    • Manufacturing Engineering Technology

    • Mechanical Engineering Technology

  • Industrial Supervision:

    • Welding Technology

    • Industrial Systems Technology

    • Industrial Management Technology


Online BSIT Concentrationsand example AAS degrees that feed the program

  • Bioprocess Manufacturing:

    • Biotechnology

    • Bioprocess Technology

    • Industrial Pharmaceutical Technology


Online BSIT Concentrationsand example AAS degrees that feed the program

  • Mechanical Technology*:

    • Civil Engineering Technology

    • Computer-Aided Drafting Technology

    • Manufacturing Technology

  • Architectural Technology*:

    • Interior Design

    • Landscape Architecture Technology

    • Construction Management Technology


BSIT Degree Structure

  • 126 credit hours needed for degree

  • 63 credit hours at CC:

    • 37 hours technical content for AAS completion

    • 26 general education hours

  • 63 credit hours at ECU

    • 42 credit hours upper division technical content

    • 15 general education credit hours

    • 6 cognate credit hours


Benefits of this structure

  • Encourage degree completion by block transfer

  • Promote award of AAS

  • Keep community college programs strong

  • Encourage college transfer general education courses and long term completion option


BSIT Curriculum

  • 42 Hours of Technical Content (upper division)

    • 15 hours are common among all concentrations

    • 15 hours specific to concentrations

    • Remaining are technical electives or specialized courses

  • 15 Hours of BSIT Common Core courses includes:

    • ITEC 3200. Introduction to Statistical Process Control (3)

    • ITEC 3290. Technical Writing (3)

    • ITEC 3300. Technology Project Management (3)

    • ITEC 3800. Cost and Capital Project Analysis (3)

    • ITEC 4293. Industrial Supervision (3)

  • Additional technical electives include:

    • ITEC 3292. Industrial Safety (3)

    • ITEC 4300. Quality Assurance Concepts (3)


Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology

  • Information and Computer Technology sample upper level technical content:

    • ICTN 3530 Network Environment II

    • ICTN 3540 Network Environment III

    • ICTN 4040 Communication Security

    • ICTN 3900, 3901 Web Services Management


Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology

  • Manufacturing Systems sample upper level technical content :

    • ITEC 4300 Quality Assurance

    • MANF 3300 Plant Layout & Materials Handling

    • MANF 4020 Manufacturing System Planning

    • MANF 4200 Work Methods & Ergonomic Analysis


Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology

  • Industrial Supervision sample upper level technical content :

    • ICTN 2000 Introduction to Telecommunications

    • IDIS 2771 Introduction to Logistics

    • IDIS 3790 Technical Presentations

    • ITEC 3292 Industrial Safety


Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology

  • Mechanical Technology sample upper level technical content :

    • DESN 3032 Engineering Graphics II

    • DESN 3230 Rapid Prototyping

    • DESN 3036 Architectural Design & Drafting

    • DESN 3038 Sustainable Design


Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology

  • Architectural Technology sample upper level technical content :

    • DESN 3036 Architectural Design & Drafting

    • DESN 3038 Sustainable Design


Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology

  • Industrial Distribution and Logisticssample upper level technical content:

    • IDIS 3815 Supply Chain Logistics

    • IDIS 3805 Purchasing Logistics

    • IDIS 3785 Global Logistics


Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology

  • Bioprocess Manufacturing sample upper level technical content :

    • ITEC 4150 Microbiology for Industrial Processing

    • ITEC 4250 Engineering for Food Safety and Sanitation

    • ITEC 4350 Separation Techniques for Industrial Processing

    • ITEC 4450 Waste Treatment Techniques for Industrial Processing


Bioprocess Manufacturing Concentration

  • Bioprocess Manufacturing

    • Approached in Spring 2005 by BioNetwork Bioprocessing Center

    • Advisory Board approved new concentration Spring 2005

    • College and University Curriculum Committees Fall 2005

    • Approved by the Provost and Chancellor January 2006


BSIT Program information & application

  • Contact Program Coordinator: Dave Batts

  • Examine technical content to assure preparation for the upper division technical courses

  • Examine general education courses to assure college transfer

  • Students apply when they complete their AAS degree and completed 24 hours of general education transfer courses (NCCCS and UNCS agreement)

  • Must have a 2.5 GPA in these courses

  • In general, can apply up to 26 hours general education from another institution


BSIT Program information & application

  • Students with an AAS can enter as a junior with:

    • 37 technical block credit for your lower technical content (given to the student after they are admitted)

    • 26 hours of general education hours

    • 63 transferable hours towards the 126 for the entire degree

  • Of the remaining 63 hours

    • 42 upper technical hours (must be taken at ECU, offered online)

    • 21 of remaining general education courses or cognates can be taken at ECU or any other four year institution


ECU Admissions

  • Students apply when they complete their AAS degree and completed 24 hours of general education transfer courses (NCCCS and UNCS agreement)

  • Must have a 2.5 GPA in these courses

  • In general, can apply up to 26 hours general education


General Education Requirements

  • English = 6 hours

  • Math = 3 hours

  • Science = 8 hours (must have one lab credit)

  • Social Science = 12 hours

    • Four classes must come from three disciplines

  • Humanities and Fine Arts = 10 hours

  • Health and PE = 3 hours

  • Cognates = 5 hours (trig and business law)


Summary: Your AAS Grads can enter as JUNIORS

  • 37 technical block credit for your lower technical content (given to the student after they are admitted)

  • 26 hours of general education hours

  • 63 transferable hours = 126 for the entire degree


The Remaining Hours

  • Of the remaining 63 hours

    • 42 upper technical hours (must be taken at ECU, offered online)

    • 21 of remaining general education courses or cognates can be taken at ECU or any other four year institution


BSIT Numbers

  • 170 BSIT Students in 2005

  • 451 BSIT Students in Fall 2008

    • BSIT ict = 239

    • BSIT mfg = 79

    • BSIT super = 50

    • BSIT idis = 45

    • BSIT biop = 16

    • BSIT mech = 12

    • BSIT arch = 9

  • 15 Community Colleges with Matriculation Agreements

  • 60 AAS degrees matriculated


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