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Electrical Engineering Technology (BS)

Application Code: 
0216
Degree Received: 
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Description: 

360 Virtual TourThe electrical engineering technology programs provide the skills and occupational competence necessary for entry into the field as an electronic or electrical technician, or technologist. The technician works with and is responsible for all the electronic equipment in the field.

Entrance Requirements & Recommendations: 

Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2/Trigonometry, SAT and/or ACT scores with a recommended combined SAT score of 1,000 (critical reading and math) or a composite ACT score of 21.
Recommended: Physics

Graduation Requirements: 
  • 138 semester credit hours 
  • 60 semester credit hours of liberal arts and sciences from at least seven of the General Education content groups: mathematics, natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, western civilization, American history, other world civilization, arts, foreign language, and basic communications (must include COMP 1503)
  • Minimum of 45 hours upper division
  • Minimum of 24 hours upper division in major
  • Minimum of 30 hours upper division in residence
  • 2.0 cumulative grade point average, and 2.0 grade point average in major courses (BSET, ELET, EMET, CISY)
  • Approval of department faculty

Courses which repeat or significantly overlap courses taken in the student's associate degree program cannot be taken for upper level credit. If the associate degree covered the subject matter in one of the required baccalaureate courses, a different course must be substituted and approved by the faculty adviser.

Electrical Engineering Technology (AAS)

Application Code: 
0699
Degree Received: 
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
Description: 

360 Virtual TourThe electrical engineering technology programs provide the skills and occupational competence necessary for entry into the field as an electronic or electrical technician or technologist. The technician works with and is responsible for all the electronic equipment in the field.

Entrance Requirements & Recommendations: 

Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2/Trigonometry
Recommended: Physics

Graduation Requirements: 
  • 70 semester credit hours
  • 28 semester credit hours of liberal arts and sciences from at least five of the General Education content groups: mathematics, natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, western civilization, American history, other world civilization, arts, foreign language, and basic communications (must include COMP 1503)
  • 2.0 cumulative grade point average, and 2.0 grade point average in major courses (ELET, EMET)
  • Approval of department faculty

Engineering Science (AS)

Application Code: 
0530
Degree Received: 
Associate in Science (AS)
Description: 

Embracing a strong core of courses in chemistry, mathematics, and physics, and including basic English and humanities sequences, this program is augmented by basic engineering courses essential to all engineering disciplines.

Entrance Requirements & Recommendations: 

Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2/Trigonometry, Precalc; Physics or Chemistry
Recommended: Both Physics and Chemistry

Graduation Requirements: 
  • 72 semester credit hours in program as listed below
  • 40 semester credit hours of liberal arts and sciences from at least five of the General Education content groups: mathematics, natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, western civilization, American history, other world civilization, arts, foreign language, and basic communications (must include COMP 1503). A total of three courses in the humanities and social sciences is recommended to enhance transfer.
  • 2.0 cumulative grade point average, and department requirement of 2.0 grade point average in major courses (ENGR, ELET, CIVIL, MECH, CISY)
  • Approval of department faculty
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Construction Management Engineering Technology (BS)

Application Code: 
1603
Degree Received: 
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Academic Department Info: 
Description: 

The program has a series of technical courses designed to familiarize the graduate with all aspects of construction management; a series of related courses in math, science, and several business courses which give the graduate a broad-based education that will provide the skills needed in a leadership role in today's construction business.

Entrance Requirements & Recommendations: 

Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2/ Trigonometry, SAT and/or ACT scores with a recommended combined SAT score of 1,000 (critical reading and math) or a composite ACT score of 21.
Recommended: Physics

Construction Engineering Technology (AAS)

Application Code: 
0577
Degree Received: 
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
Academic Department Info: 
Description: 

The technical education in this program is a well-designed balance of theoretical and laboratory studies, providing the graduate with a broad knowledge of civil engineering technology and the construction fields. This training provides the background which enables a person to progress to advanced technical and supervisory positions in the industry, and reflects the changes occurring in the construction industry due to expanding computer technology and use of electronically controlled equipment.

Entrance Requirements & Recommendations: 

Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2/Trigonometry
Recommended: Physics

Computer Engineering Technology (AAS)

Application Code: 
1602
Degree Received: 
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
Description: 

The computer engineering technology program provides the knowledge and skills necessary for graduates to secure employment as technicians or technologists who are capable of installing, designing, supporting, and maintaining computer systems and networks. This is a hands-on, technically oriented program with a focus on computer system hardware and network infrastructure, but does include software development and operating systems course work.

Entrance Requirements & Recommendations: 

Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2/Trigonometry
Recommended: Physics

Graduation Requirements: 
  • 66 semester credit hours in program as listed below
  • 25 semester credit hours of liberal arts and sciences from at least five of the General Education content groups: mathematics, natural sciences, social sciences, humanities, western civilization, American history, other world civilization, arts, foreign language, and basic communications (must include COMP 1503)
  • 2.0 cumulative grade point average, and 2.0 grade point average in major courses (ELET, CISY)
  • Approval of department faculty

Mechanical Engineering Technology (AAS)

Application Code: 
0493
Degree Received: 
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
Description: 

360 Virtual TourMechanical engineering technology program graduates are prepared to be mechanical technologists and technicians for industry in engineering-related areas including automotive component design, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), process and component design, mechanical systems design, energy systems, product development, and technical support and sales.  Graduates will

Entrance Requirements & Recommendations: 

Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2/Trigonometry
Recommended: Physics

Graduation Requirements: 
  • 70 maximum credits
  • 20 credits of liberal arts and sciences
  • 2.0 grade point average in major courses (in bold text below)
  • 2.0 cumulative grade point average
  • Approval of department faculty
  • 5 of 10 General Education areas

Mechanical Engineering Technology (BS)

Application Code: 
0235
Degree Received: 
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Description: 

360 Virtual TourMechanical engineering technology program graduates are prepared for industry in engineering-related areas including automotive component design, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), process and component design, mechanical systems design, energy systems, product development, and technical support and sales.  Graduates will be able to design, specify, test, analyze, and

Entrance Requirements & Recommendations: 

Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2/ Trigonometry, SAT and/or ACT scores with a recommended combined SAT score of 1,000 (critical reading and math) or a composite ACT score of 21.
Recommended: Physics

Graduation Requirements: 
  • Completion of below courses
  • 45 upper division credit hours
  • 60 credit hours of liberal arts and sciences
  • 2.0 grade point average in major courses (in bold text below)
  • 2.0 cumulative grade point average
  • Approval of department faculty
  • 7 of 10 General Education areas

Courses which repeat or significantly overlap courses taken in the student's associate degree program cannot be taken for upper level credit. If the associate degree covered the subject matter in one of the required baccalaureate courses, a different course must be substituted and approved by the faculty adviser.

Surveying Engineering Technology (AAS)

Application Code: 
1039
Degree Received: 
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
Academic Department Info: 
Description: 

360 Virtual TourIndividuals benefit from having a land surveyor determine the boundaries of their property. Governmental agencies, private industries, and individuals all benefit from the surveying and mapping of our natural resources. Surveyors help in the planning of our transportation systems, our recreational facilities, new cities, and land subdivisions.

Entrance Requirements & Recommendations: 

Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2/Trigonometry
Recommended: Physics

Surveying and Geomatics Engineering Technology (BS)

Application Code: 
1046
Degree Received: 
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Academic Department Info: 
Description: 

360 Virtual TourIndividuals benefit from having a land surveyor determine the boundaries of their property. Governmental agencies, private industries, and individuals all benefit from the surveying and mapping of our natural resources. Surveyors help in the planning of our transportation systems, recreational facilities, new cities, and land subdivisions.

The modern surveyor has learned to increase his/her productivity and measurement accuracy by using modern surveying equipment such as the electronic total stations to measure angles and distances. Computational tasks and mapping are enhanced by the use of the computer.

Particularly exciting about the future of the surveying profession are the emerging technologies of Global Positioning Systems (GPS), Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Land Information Systems (LIS).

The course of study at Alfred State provides a thorough understanding of the basic sciences of mathematics and physics as well as such applied subjects as graphics and computer aided drafting and design. The knowledge obtained from these basic courses is applied to a well-rounded study of modern surveying theory and practice.

The student constantly applies theoretical knowledge in meaningful and comprehensive laboratory sessions. Therefore, upon graduation the student is educated in a two-fold sense, both theoretically and practically.

Entrance Requirements & Recommendations: 

Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2/ Trigonometry, SAT and/or ACT scores with a recommended combined SAT score of 1,000 (critical reading and math) or a composite ACT score of 21.
Recommended: Physics

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