Due to inclement weather, all classes (credit & continuing education) at all campuses will start at 10 am tomorrow, Tuesday, January 17. This also affects the Jazz Band Contest which will start at 10 a.m. on the Estherville campus. Offices will open at 10.
Engineering Technology (EGT)
This course helps students explore the different areas of engineering and engineering technology. This course gives students a basic understanding of how to create and read engineering drawings. This course will also prepare students, using sketching, to extend perceptual and visualization skills which in turn will later serve the student in producing CAD drawings and in the design process.
This course covers maintenance and troubleshooting fluid power electrical controls such as relay logic, programmable controls and servo controls. Troubleshooting and maintenance of servo valves and proportional control valves as well as other fluid power components are covered. Logical control sequences are presented to instruct the student on the concepts used in industrial controls automation. Pre-Req: EGt 117 & ELT-125
This course will introduce students to the basic structure and application of hydraulics. Students will also learn how to read hydraulic schematics and troubleshoot basic hydraulic components.
Provides on-the-job learning experience in the engineering-tech industry. Prerequisite: Completion of Term 1 and Term 2 courses.
Students will complete job contact experience in their field of choice. A minimum of 288 job contact hours is required by this 4-credit course.
Students will complete job contact experience in their field of choice. A minimum of 432 job contact hours is required by this 6-credit course.
The seminar will explore current trends, issues, and companies related to the area of study. Students will have the opportunity to research one of these aspects to enhance their understanding of the implications and impact the industry has on their personal and societal goals.