This page contains a list of Spring courses being offered at the graduate level in the College of Technology. Select the title of the course to display the course description. To register please contact:
Jody Kidd, Graduate Program Coordinator, at 219-989-2966, email@example.com
Graduate Courses for Spring – 2014
Computer Graphics Technology
Computer Information Technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technologies
Industrial Engineering Technology
Organizational Leadership and Supervision
Graduate Courses for Spring Descriptions – 2014
A survey of the interactive multimedia development process, knowledge base, and applications in business and industry. Particular attention is paid to research issues surrounding theoretical, technological, and interactive techniques, and validating those approaches through applied research. Emphasis is placed on the interdisciplinary nature of the development of new media tools.
An introduction to energy from the sun, technology and design of photovoltaic systems, solar thermal systems, solar lighting systems and solar-bio systems. The topics will also cover the energy storage using hydrogen and new advancements in solar technology.
An introduction to measurement strategies in industrial, technical, and human resource development environments. The evaluation of measurement outcomes will be the primary focus of the course.
Examines the contemporary issues of continuous improvement in quality and productivity in manufacturing and service industries. Includes a close examination of the evolving philosophies bearing on the scope, improvement, and costs of quality assurance programs in industry and technology.
This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of business processes and strategies needed to integrate logistical system management. The importance of good supply chain design, planning, operation and performance improvement in an organization is discussed.
This seminar course covers the concepts of database application and integration including topics as transactional processing, data integrity and integration with the web.
Advanced study of technical and professional topics. Emphasis is on new developments relating to technical, operational, and training aspects of industry and technology education. Course may be offered in traditional, distance, or blended format. Course format may vary, depending upon topic of course.
This course examines concepts, models, and methods useful for developing strategic initiatives in industrial/technical business environments. Focuses on planning concepts, including industry structure, strategic mission, organizational structures, competitor analysis, and related areas. Graduate status or senior standing with consent of instructor.
Analysis of research and evaluation of research reports. Emphasis on understanding the application of fundamental statistical methods in design and interpretation of research findings in industrial, technical, and human resource development environments.
A formal investigation of a particular problem under the guidance of the advisory committee. Not applicable to a thesis option plan of study. Enrollment during at least two consecutive terms for a total of three credits is required.