Engineering Technology

ENT-112: Blueprint Reading, Credits = 2
Introduction to basic construction plan interpretation. Emphasis is on symbol usage, line types, dimensioning, section views, axillary views, and integration of construction plans from various trades.

ENT-121: Computer Aided Drafting and Design, Credits = 3
Introduction to computer-aided drafting and design using AutoCAD software with emphasis on two-dimensional fundamentals in the solution of graphic problems and development of engineering drawings. Course includes the production of engineering graphics and documents. Prerequisite: ENGR& 111 or instructor permission. Formerly CET 151, Computer Aided Drafting.

ENT-122: Advanced Computer Aided Design & 3-D Modeling, Credits = 5
Introduction to advanced applications of computer aided drafting and design of three-dimensional graphics and engineering drawings using Civil 3D software. Course includes the production of engineering graphics and documents. Formerly CET 152. Prerequisite: ENT 121 or instructor permission.

ENT-150: Introduction to GIS, Credits = 3
Introduction to the fundamentals of GIS and GPS. Emphasis is on the fundamentals of cartography, geography, map projections, coordinate systems, attributes, data formats, and analysis of data both statistically and spatially using ESRI ArcGIS for Desktop software. Formerly CET 250.

ENT-151: Advanced GIS, Credits = 3
Instruction in advanced topics of GIS. Emphasis includes geo-spatial analysis, creation and use of geo-databases, geo-coding, geo-referencing, digital elevation models, and Lidar technology using ESRI ArcGIS for Desktop software. Formerly CET 251. Prerequisite: ENT 150 or instructor permission.

ENT-152: Practical Field Applications of GIS, Credits = 3
In this course the student will learn how to process the commonly available types of remote sensing data in AcrGIS for agricultural farm management practice purposes. This includes mapping of the data, soil and crop health analysis, and fertilizer prescriptions. Prerequisites: ENT 150 and ENT 151.

ENT-161: Elementary Surveying, Credits = 3
Introduction to the fundamental principles of plane surveying with emphasis on the fundamentals of distance measurement, levels, theodolites, global positioning, legal descriptions, and public land survey system. Course includes field laboratory activities. Formerly CET 160. Pre- or co-requisite: Grade of C- or better in OCSUP 107, MATH& 141, or instructor permission.

ENT-162: Intermediate Surveying, Credits = 5
Instruction in intermediate levels of plane surveying with emphasis on total stations, traverse computations, areas, volumes and topographic surveys using Carlson survey software. Course includes field laboratory activities. Pre-requisite: ENT 161 or instructor permission.

ENT-163: Advanced Surveying, Credits = 5
Instruction in advanced levels of plane surveying and introduction to geodetic surveying with emphasis on coordinate geometry computations, GPS usage, state plane coordinates, and construction staking. Course includes field laboratory activities and a final project. Prerequisite: ENT 162 or instructor permission. Formerly CET 161.

ENT-192: Human Relations, Credits = 2
Students explore issues related to their cooperative work experience focusing on effective workplace relationships and how self-knowledge, perception, attitudes, and behavior affect these relationships and job satisfaction. Students will also learn effective learning skills for workplace and educational success. Co-requisite: ENT 191. Formerly CET 192