AETM/AET CADD Degree Requirements

AETM Computer-Aided Drafting & Design - 4-year Degree (B.S.) Requirements

The Applied Engineering & Technology Management degree is a four-year program where upon successful completion you will be awarded a bachelor's degree. Your coursework over the four years in the program will be divided into three categories: 1) General Education; 2) Technical Option Classes; and 3) Management.

The following information is provided as a reference, and peratins only to those students admitted for fall 2013 and later. Current students should consult with their advisor to be sure they are following the correct curriculum.

General Education: 48 credits (minimum)

All students seeking a bachelor's degree from Millersville University must successfully complete the general education requirements. The general education requirements are designed to help make you into a well-rounded professional. Please take some time to ready about the general education requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog. An explanation of the program is located on page 37 of the Catalog at http://www.millersville.edu/~ucatalog/index.pdf.

Computer-Aided Drafting & Design Technical Core: 36 credits

The required courses for the Computer-Aided Drafting and Design degree are listed and you can read their descriptions in the Undergraduate Catalog. The AEST information starts on page 81.


Bachelor's Degree
Computer-Aided Drafting & Design - Required Courses: 36 credits

ITEC 110: Communication and Information Systems
ITEC 120: Energy, Power, and Transportation Systems
ITEC 130: Production Materials and Processes
ITEC 241: Drafting Communications
ITEC 243: Technical Sketching and Design
ITEC 245: Descriptive Geometry
ITEC 342: Computer-Aided Engineering Drawing
ITEC 344: Product Design
ITEC 345: Statics and Strength of Materials
ITEC 346: Architectural Drawing and Design
ITEC 446: Computer-Aided Drafting & Design
ITEC 448: Machine Tool Design

Management Core: 24 credits

Management coursework makes up a large part of your degree requirements. There are five courses that are required for all AETM majors regardless of the option you choose. In addition to the required management core, you will also take three management courses that you and your advisor will agree on for your program of study.

Bachelor's Degree
Management Core - Required Courses: 15 credits

ITEC 492: Industrial Organization
ITEC 494: Total Quality Management
OSEH 120: Safety, Health, and Environmental Issues
BAUD 251: Organization and Management
BAUD 452: Production and Operations Management

Bachelor's Degree
Management Core - Elective Courses: 9 credits

Select three courses from the following list.

ITEC 300: Internship
ITEC 392: Industrial Training
ITEC 400: Internship
OSEH 221: Industrial Fire Prevention, Protection, and Control
OSEH 320: Safety Engineering Principles
OSEH 323: Human Factors in OSEH
OSEH 333: Introduction to Systems Safety
BAUD 161: Introduction to Financial Accounting
BAUD 352: Human Resources Management
BAUD 353: Labor-Management Relations
PSYC 329: Industrial/Organizational Psychology

SOCY 318: Sociology of Complex Organizations

Required Related Courses: 19-21 credits

Required related courses round out the departmental requirements for the AETM: Advanced Manufacturing Technology degree.

Mathematics: 10 Credits

MATH 130 is required for all majors; select one other from the list.

MATH 130: Elements of Statistics
MATH 151: Calculus for Management, Life
MATH 160: Precalculus
MATH 161: Calculus I

Science: 6-8 Credits

Select two courses from the following list.

CHEM 101: Chem! Better Things for Better Living
CHEM 103: General, Organic, and Biochemistry I
CHEM 104: General, Organic, and Biochemistry II
CHEM 205: Color & Form
PHYS 103: Elements of Physics
PHYS 104: Applied Physics
PHYS 131: Physics I
PHYS 132: Physics II

Economics: 6 Credits

ECON 101: Macroeconomics
ECON 102: Microeconomics

AET Computer-Aided Drafting & Design - 2-year Degree (A.T.) Requirements

The Applied Engineering & Technology degree is a two-year program where upon successful completion you will be awarded an associate's degree. Your coursework over the two years in the program will be divided into two categories: 1) General Education; and 2) Technical Option Classes.

General Education: 27 credits (minimum)

All students seeking an associate's degree from Millersville University must successfully complete the general education requirements. The general education requirements are designed to help make you into a well-rounded professional. Please take some time to ready about the general education requirements in the Undergraduate Catalog. An explanation of the program is located on page 37 of the Catalog at http://www.millersville.edu/~ucatalog/index.pdf.

Computer-Aided Drafting & Design Technical Core: 30 credits

The courses for the Computer-Aided Drafting & Design associate's degree are listed below and you can read their descriptions in the Undergraduate Catalog. The AEST information starts on page 81.



Associate's Degree
Computer-Aided Drafting & Design - Required Courses: 18 credits

ITEC 130: Production Materials and Processes
ITEC 241: Drafting Communications
ITEC 342: Computer-Aided Engineering Drawing
ITEC 243: Technical Sketching and Design
ITEC 346: Architectural Drawing and Design
OSEH 120: Safety, Health, and Environmental Issues

Associate's Degree Elective Courses: 6 credits

Select four courses from the following list.

ITEC 110: Computer and Information Systems
ITEC 120: Energy, Power, Transportation
ITEC 243: Technical Sketching, Design, and Rendering
ITEC 245: Descriptive Geometry
ITEC 300: Co-op
ITEC 345: Statics and Strength of Materials
ITEC 446: Computer-Aided Drafting and Design
ITEC 448: Machine Tool Design

Required Related Courses: 7-8 credits

Required related courses round out the departmental requirements for the AET: Advanced Manufacturing Technology degree.

Mathematics: 3-4 Credits

Select one course from the following list.

MATH 130: Elements of Statistics
MATH 151: Calculus for Management, Life
MATH 160: Precalculus
MATH 161: Calculus I

Science: 4 Credits

Select one course from the following list.

PHYS 103: Elements of Physics
PHYS 104: Applied Physics
PHYS 131: Physics I

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