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Purdue University College of Technology | Course Descriptions

Course Descriptions | TECH

  • TECH 12000 Design Thinking in Technology (3 cr.)
    Student will engage in critical analysis of real-world problems and global challenges. They will demonstrate the ability to recognize opportunity and to take initiative in developing solutions applying the principles of human centered design. Students will be able to communicate effectively and to work well on teams. Problems and solutions will be examined from societal, cultural, and ethical perspectives.
  • TECH 32000 Technology and the Organization (3 cr.) P: TECH 12000. A
    course intended to provide students with experiences mirroring what they will encounter in the world of work. Students will participate in interdisciplinary teams to explore technology solutions. Course topics include public policy, regulatory and ethical issues, teaming and leadership, and project management.
  • TECH 33000 Technology and the Global Society (3 cr.) P: TECH 12000.
    The course examines the interplay of technology, globalization, and ethics. Students will explore concepts and issues related to outsourcing; global competitiveness; communications; contemporary issues; cultural differences such as inequality, security, sustainability, and quality of life; and the ethical dilemmas that often emerge as a result of the impact of technology.
  • TECH 49600 Senior Design Project Proposal (1 cr.)
    Capstone problem identification and solution design course demonstrating synthesis of technical, professional, and general knowledge for senior engineering technology students. Proposal presentation is required.
  • TECH 49700 Senior Design Project (2 cr.)
    Teams will develop innovative solutions based on proposal outcomes in TECH 49600 for current issues in the engineering technology profession, workplace, or community. Project deliverable, presentation, and written report are required.

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    2017-2018 Campus Bulletin
    2016-2017 Campus Bulletin
    2015-2016 Campus Bulletin
    2014-2015 Campus Bulletin

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