Main Departmental Office
Engineering Technology Building, 120
P.O. Box 310679
Denton, TX 76203-0679
Graduate Faculty: Cunagin, Foster, Grubbs, Koonce, Kozak, Kumar, Lahndt-Hearney, McNeill, Plummer, Talley, Watt.
The department serves two basic roles. In the broader sense, it provides exposure to technology for general understanding and interpretation of industry founded in theory and practice. In a more practical sense, the department provides technology-based education that results in professional careers in industry. Career opportunities for graduates are in industry/business.
The research interests of the Department of Engineering Technology are focused on technological systems and processes with specific industrial applications. This research represents the university's desire to effect the transfer of theoretical knowledge from the laboratory to the industrial sector.
Specific interests in manufacturing include product design and development, quality assurance, composite materials, materials testing, production planning and management, manufacturing processes, computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), computer numerical control (CNC), part programming, electromechanical design, robotics and computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM). The principal research interests in electronics include hardware/software interfacing, data acquisition and analysis, computer-aided software engineering (CASE), local area networks (LANs), digital signal processing, real-time control systems, distributed control systems, RF communication systems and solar energy research. Also of interest are international projects involving the transfer of electronics technology to the academic and industrial sectors. Research interests related to the construction industry include cost estimating, project scheduling and management, energy-efficient construction, energy management and computer applications.
Support for research projects in the department has come from the American Society for Engineering Education, Texas Education Agency, Texas Department of Transportation, TU Electric, Electrical Generation Technology, Technical Foundation of America, Associated General Contractors of America, Society of Manufacturing Engineers and the U.S. Air Force.
Admission to graduate study at UNT is described in the Admission section at the front of this catalog.
Applicants should hold an undergraduate degree in a technical field of study. Applicants not meeting this qualification may be admitted with a provision for removal of undergraduate deficiencies. In addition, applicants must meet departmental requirements for the Graduate Record Examination scores: 400 verbal, 400 quantitative and 400 analytical.
The program of study for the Master of Science with a major in engineering technology is a comprehensive program, yet provides for a degree of specialization with the proper selection of courses in the major and support fields.
1. 36 semester hours required.
2. Required courses: MSET 5020, 5030 and 5950.
3. 12 semester hours of additional Engineering Technology courses, selected in consultation with a department graduate adviser.
4. 12 semester hours in support fields selected in consultation with a department graduate adviser.
An oral examination is required of all master's degree candidates.
For advice regarding the procedure for obtaining a degree plan, see a graduate adviser in the departmental office, Engineering Technology Building, Room 120.
The department has scholarships and research/teaching assistantships available for full-time graduate students. For additional information, make inquiries to a department graduate adviser.
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