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Basic Skills Assessment
All degree applicants are required to complete two Basic Skills Assessments, one in reading and one in math, to determine the level of readiness for beginning their selected program. Additional studies may be required.

Technology Orientation (1 credit)
Engineering technology orientation, Parts 1 and 2.

Manufacturing Processes (4 credits)
Manufacturing Processes, Parts 1-3; Fundamentals of Metal Cutting; Fundamentals of Welding, Parts 1 and 2; Nontraditional Machining Technologies.

Technical Mathematics I (2 credits)
Formulas; Algebra, Parts 1-3; Logarithms;
Metric System.
Learning Aid included

Computer Literacy (3 credits)
Introduction; hardware; software; computer networks; Internet applications; information systems; computers in our lives.
Textbook included

Engineering Materials (2 credits)
Engineering Materials, Parts 1-3;
Mechanical testing of materials, Parts 1-2.

Information Literacy (1 credit)
Information Literacy
Graded Project: Information Literacy

English Composition (3 credits)
The basics: The writing process; Descriptive writing; Narrative writing; Reflective and persuasive writing.
Textbooks and Learning Aid included


Physical Science
Technical Math II
Industrial Safety
The Microcomputer and Its Applications
Engineering Mechanics
Basic Drafting
Proctored Examination*



Quality Control Systems
Operational Analysis
Materials Management and Inventory Control
Organizational Behavior
Business and Technical Writing

Electro Mechanical Control Technology
Proctored Examination*



Drafting with AutoCAD®
Technical Electives
General Education Elective
Resident Lab
Proctored Examination*


* As a degree candidate, you will take a proctored examination at the end of each semester. We make it easy because you pick the location and the person you want to supervise the exam, as long as Penn Foster College established policy and qualifications are met. Complete information packets, with procedures, will be provided well in advance, before completion of final semester coursework.

NOTE: Advanced standing student shipments may vary from the above schedule.

A High School Diploma or GED is required to enroll in this degree program. Although this outline covers all four semesters of the Industrial Engineering Technology Program, you receive lesson materials for each semester as you enroll.

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