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1 College of Business an Engineering Dr. Bill Price Dean Dr. Anshu Saran Chair of Graduate Studies Dr. Raj Desai Chair of Undergraduate Studies Dr. Forrest Flocker Chair of Engineering and Technology For Information Contact (432) or visit MB 2202 Bill Price, D.B.A. Dean, College of Business and Engineering Associate Professor of Management Dr. Bill Price received his doctorate in business administration from Nova Southeastern University. He previously served as the associate dean for several years and taught a variety of business management courses primarily in human resource management and business strategy. Prior to UTPB he taught at Howard Payne University as an Assistant Professor. For several years he has served as a board member for the Permian Basin Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and is certified as a Professional in Human Resources (PHR). Dr. Price has several years of experience in industry holding human resource management leadership positions. He also operated a real estate rental business. Prior to that, he completed a career in the Air Force where he flew bomber aircraft and served as a Lt. Colonel and staff officer. Dr. Price has written several research articles in the areas of strategic management and human resources. Anshu Saran, Ph.D. Chair of Graduate Studies Associate Professor and Coordinator of Marketing Chair of Business Graduate Programs Dr. Anshu Saran earned his doctorate in International Business and Marketing from The University of Texas Pan American. He joined academia after working in the corporate sector for 12 years. Dr. Saran teaches Marketing Research, Marketing Management at the undergraduate level, and Business Research Methods at the graduate level. He has published several papers in international journals such as Business Horizons, Journal of Marketing for Higher Education, and International Journal of Electronic Marketing and Retailing. His main research interests are international consumer behavior, marketing strategy, and scale development. University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 326

2 Raj Desai, D.I.T. Chair of Undergraduate Studies Coordinator of Industrial Technology Associate Professor of Industrial Technology Dr. Raj Desai is the founding faculty member of the Engineering and Technology Programs at the University of Texas of the Permian Basin. Dr. Desai received his Doctor of Industrial Technology degree from the University of Northern Iowa. He has a wide range of teaching experience. He has several years of industry experience in the areas of maintenance and management. His research interests are in the areas of leadership, innovation, and applied technology. He has several journal articles published in national and international journals. Forrest Flocker, Ph.D. Chair of Engineering and Technology Coordinator of Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Dr. Flocker received his doctorate in engineering mechanics from the Missouri University of Science and Technology. He has several years of experience teaching a wide variety of engineering courses. Prior to teaching, he worked as a production and maintenance engineer for the U.S. Army Aviation and Troop Support Command in St. Louis, Missouri, and as a consultant for the offshore oil industry in Houston, Texas. His areas of expertise are solid mechanics and machine design with current research interests in high-speed cam dynamics and optimization of engineering systems. He is currently licensed as a Professional Engineer in the States of Colorado, Indiana, and Missouri. Our Vision While never losing sight of the fact that our primary focus is to serve the Permian Basin region, we seek to advance our baccalaureate and graduate degree programs through continuous improvement to a level that students beyond the region will see us as a viable educational option. Our Mission The mission of the College of Business and Engineering at The University of Texas of the Permian Basin is to offer both undergraduate and graduate educational programs that are high quality and evolve with our ever changing economy; to foster the success of our students in their professional careers; to promote our community of scholars excellence in teaching, intellectual contributions, and service; and to advance economic, energy, and technological development within our region. Accreditation The College of Business and Engineering is accredited by these agencies: 1. SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools). This is the university regional accrediting body. University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 327

3 2. AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). This is the business program accrediting body. It applies to accounting, finance, management, marketing, and the business master s programs. It is considered the premier accrediting agency. 3. ABET (uses only initials).this is the engineering accreting body. It applies to the mechanical engineering program; at the time of this publication the petroleum engineering program is under review for initial accreditation. The College of Business and Engineering has an active chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, International Honor Society. A student must be in the top 10% of the junior, senior, or graduate classes to be eligible for induction. Eligible students are inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma in the spring of each academic year. Correspondence Coursework The College of Business and Engineering does not offer courses by correspondence. A student may apply appropriate correspondence credit earned from a regionally accredited college or university toward a bachelor s degree subject to the following limitations: 1. No upper level business courses may be taken by correspondence. 2. A correspondence course may not be taken on a pass-fail basis, and no grade lower than a C will be accepted for correspondence credit. Programs BBA Accountancy BBA Finance BBA Management BBA Marketing BA Economics BS Industrial Technology BAAS Industrial Technology BS Mechanical Engineering BS Petroleum Engineering Requirements for the BBA Degrees, the BA Degree, the BS Degrees, and the BAAS Degree General Requirements Degree and major Minimum semester credit hours required Minimum upper level credit hours required Minimum upper level credit hours that must be taken at UTPB Minor required BBA (all majors) No BA (Economics) Yes BS (Industrial No Technology) BAAS (Industrial Yes Technology) BS (Mechanical No Engineering) BS (Petroleum Engineering) No University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 328

4 To be eligible to receive a BBA in Accountancy, Finance, Management, or Marketing or a BA in Economics, at least 9 upper level semester credit hours of the required coursework in the major field must be successfully completed at The University of Texas of the Permian Basin. Required coursework in the major field includes specific required courses in the major field as well as electives required in the major field. The discipline coordinator must approve all upper level transfer hours in the major. The College of Business and Engineering does not award double majors. Students desiring a double major should seek a second baccalaureate degree. Other general requirements depend on the degree and major. The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has approved the Field of Study Curriculum for Business. The following Texas Common Course Numbering System (TCCNS) courses are fully transferable to The University of Texas of the Permian Basin to meet the Field of Study Requirements for Business: ECON 2301 and ECON 2302, MATH 1325, COSC (BCIS) 1305 or 1405, SPCH 1311 (with appropriate content only) or SPCH 1315 or SPCH 1321 (preferred), ACCT 2301 or ACCT 2401, and ACCT 2302 or ACCT 2402 only. The MATH and SPCH classes also meet General Education requirements. Students who have not fulfilled the mathematics requirement of the Business Field of Study but who have at least three hours of college credit for a college-level mathematics course may take a Mathematics Placement Test for entry into MATH Students passing the placement test may take MATH 1325; otherwise students must take the sequence MATH 1324 and MATH Grade Requirements Students must earn a grade of C or better in all courses taught in the major for Accountancy, Finance, Management, Marketing, Economics, Industrial Technology, including the BAAS degree, and Mechanical Engineering. The College of Business and Engineering has additional grade policies that apply to the BBA degrees. 1. The College of Business and Engineering requires a grade point average of 2.25 in the Lower Level Business Common Core Courses (or equivalent). The Lower Level Business Common Core consists of the following eleven courses: two courses in Mathematical Analysis (MATH 1324/1325 or MATH 2412/2413), two courses in English (ENGL 1301/1302), Speech (COMM 1315 or 1321), Computer Literacy (COSC 1335), two courses in Accounting (ACCT 2301/2302), one course in statistics (MNGT 2342), and two courses in Economics (ECON 2301/2302). 2. Students must achieve a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on all Upper Level Business Common Core and business elective courses to meet degree requirements. 3. Students majoring in Finance must earn a C or better in ECON 3322, FINA 3320, and any FINA course taken as an elective to meet degree requirements. General Prerequisites to Upper Division Business Courses Students Who Choose Undeclared Business as Their Major The purpose of an Undeclared Business major is to permit students who are interested in a business major to enroll in Upper Level Business Core Courses and hence explore their options before declaring a major. Students who choose Undeclared Business as their major may not take upper level coursework beyond the Upper Level Business Common Core until they have enrolled in a business major of Accountancy, Finance, Management, or Marketing. The advisor assigned by the Success Center to the College of Business and Engineering will advise an Undeclared Business major. University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 329

5 Students Intending to Minor in a Business Discipline A student majoring in another field outside the College of Business and Engineering may elect to minor in Business, Accountancy, Finance, Management, Marketing or Entrepreneurship by completing credit hours in the designated minor. Each minor includes at least nine hours of upper division business courses. Students pursuing a minor in a business field may take upper division business courses beyond the list of open business classes below upon completion of 54 credit hours in their major degree plan including ENGL 1301 and 1302 and speech, a mathematics sequence, and computer literacy as required in their major as well as any specific course prerequisites. Business Course Availability for Students not Pursuing a Business Major or Minor The business majors in the College of Business and Engineering are Accountancy, Finance, Management, and Marketing. Upper division business courses are restricted to business majors and pre-majors, business minors, Industrial Technology (ITEC) majors and minors, Information Systems majors and minors, and students who meet the entrance requirements for being a business major or business minor. Non-business majors, including business minors, may take no more than 25% of their undergraduate program in business. This means, for example, that a student with a degree plan consisting of 120 credit hours may not take more than 30 credit hours of business courses (Accounting, Finance, Management and Marketing). Specific Requirements for BBA Degrees in Accountancy, Finance, Management and Marketing General Education Credits Complete the requirements shown in the General Education Requirements section of this catalog using the following specified courses to meet the mathematics and social sciences requirements: Mathematics MATH 1324/1325 or MATH 2412/2413 * Social Science PSYC 1301 and/or SOCI 1301 depending upon the major selected ** * Specific course prerequisites result in a requirement of MATH 1324 (or equivalent) for the Finance, Management, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, and Business minors Math 1324 & 1325 (or equivalent) for Accountancy minors. ** Management and Marketing majors must take both PSYC 1301 and SOCI Accounting majors may choose one or the other. Finance majors are not required to take either. Instead, ECON 2301 or ECON 2302 satisfies the General Education Social Science requirement for a Finance major.) Lower Level Business Courses ACCT 2301 Principles of Financial Accounting 3 ACCT 2302 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3 COSC 1335 Computers & Problem Solving 3 ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ECON 2302 Principles of Microeconomics 3 MNGT 2342 Principles of Statistics 3 18 Credits Upper Level Business Common Core Courses All candidates for BBA degrees must complete a basic business administration core of 27 credits. The basic business administration core provides students with a common body of knowledge in business administration. Students programs include the following courses: University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 330

6 ACCT 3333/ Information System Fundamentals 3 MNGT 3333 ECON 3xxx/ 4xxx Approved Elective Course 3 FINA 3320 Principles of Finance 3 MNGT 3310 Management Concepts and Organizational Theory 3 MNGT 3311 Business Communications 3 MNGT 3324 Business and the Law 3 MNGT 3340 Production Operations Management 3 MNGT 4375 Strategic Management 3 MRKT 3300 Principles of Marketing 3 27 Credits NOTE: Major area courses of study designated as 3xxx/4xxx level courses at U. T. Permian Basin are to be taken by junior or senior students at a four year institution. These may not be transferred from a junior/community college even though courses taken may have a similar title. ECON 3322 is the required advanced Economics course for Finance majors. Required Upper Level Courses Per Discipline Required Courses beyond the Business Core for a BBA in Accountancy: ACCT 3301, ACCT 3302, ACCT 3303, ACCT 3305, ACCT 4306, ACCT 4311, 3 hour approved upper division accounting elective, and 9 hours of approved business electives. 30 Credits. Required Courses beyond the Business Core for a BBA in Finance: FINA 4320, FINA 4321, FINA 4322, FINA 4323, FINA 4325, FINA 4427, FINA 4340, an Accounting Tools Course (ACCT 3301 or 3310), an Economics Tools Course (ECON 3303 or 4307), and 6 hours of approved electives selected from the following: ACCT 3302 (if ACCT 3301 is selected as the Tools Course); ACCT 3303; ECON 3303 or 4307 (whichever is not used as the Tools Course); ECON 4334; or 4000 level elective FINA courses. 34 Credits. Required Courses beyond the Business Core for a BBA in Finance with an Accounting Concentration: FINA 4320, FINA 4323, FINA 4325, FINA 4427, FINA 4321 or FINA 4322, ACCT 3301, ACCT 3302, 6 hours of approved upper level accounting electives, and 6 hours of approved upper level finance electives. 34 Credits. Required Courses beyond the Business Core for a BBA in Finance with an Economics Concentration: FINA 4320, FINA 4323, FINA 4325, FINA 4427, FINA 4321 or FINA 4322, 6 hours of approved upper level Finance electives, ECON 3303, ECON 4323, and 6 hours of approved upper level Economics electives. 34 Credits. Required Courses beyond the Business Core for a BBA in Finance with a Financial Management Concentration: FINA 4320, FINA 4323, FINA 4325, FINA 4427, FINA 4321 or FINA 4322, 3 hours of accounting tools courses (ACCT 3301, ACCT 3303 or ACCT 3310), MNGT 3312, MNGT 3330, 6 hours of approved upper level management or marketing electives, and 3 hours of approved upper level finance electives. 34 Credits. University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 331

7 Required Courses beyond the Business Core for a BBA in Finance with a Certificate in Energy Business: FINA 4320, FINA 4323, FINA 4325, FINA 4427, FINA 4321 or FINA 4322, an Accounting Tools Course (ACCT 3301, 3303, or 3310), an Economics Tools course (ECON 3303, 4307, 4323, or 4325), FINA 4331, and 9 hours of approved upper level energy-related electives offered by the College of Business and Engineering. 34 Credits. Required Courses beyond the Business Core for a BBA in Management: MNGT 3312, MNGT 3330, MNGT 3370, 9 hours of approved upper level management electives, and 9 hours of approved upper level business electives. 27 Credits. Required Courses beyond the Business Core for a BBA in Management with an Entrepreneurship Concentration: MNGT 3312, MNGT 3330, MNGT 3370, 9 hours of approved upper level management electives, and 9 hours of approved upper level business electives (where 12 hours of the management and business electives are taken in approved entrepreneurship related business courses). 27 Credits. Required Courses beyond the Business Core for a BBA in Management with an Energy Concentration: MNGT 3312, MNGT 3330, MNGT 3370, 9 hours of approved upper level management electives, and 9 hours of approved upper level business electives (where 12 hours of the management and business electives are taken in approved energy-related business courses). 27 Credits. Required Courses beyond the Business Core for a BBA in Marketing: MRKT 3307, MRKT 3315, MRKT 4312, MRKT 4314, 6 hours of approved marketing electives, and 9 hours of approved business electives. 27 Credits. Certificate in Energy Business The Certificate in Energy Business offers the business students specialized knowledge in petroleum energy. The requirement for an Energy Business Certificate is to complete a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree with a major (in accountancy, finance, management, and marketing) with the inclusion of 4 courses in energy at the University of Texas of the Permian Basin. Students must achieve a grade of C or better in the 4 energy-related courses for 12 credit hours. The Certificate in Energy Business program has been approved by the University of Texas System Board of Regents. Approved business energy related courses for a Certificate in Energy Business: ACCT 4310 Oil & Gas Accounting 3 FINA 4331 Energy Finance 3 MNGT 3309 Energy Management 3 MNGT 4309 Landman Principles 3 MNGT 4324 Oil & Gas Law 3 MNGT 4325 Environmental Law & Regulation in the Energy Industry 3 MNGT 4326 Real Property Law 3 MNGT 4350 Negotiations 3 MRKT 43xx Energy Marketing 3 PTEC 3301 Petroleum Fundamentals 3 Total Hours Required for a Certificate in Energy Business 12 hours Other 3 credit hours of energy courses must be approved by the Coordinator of Energy Business (Dr. Shuming Bai, University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 332

8 Business Minor The Business minor gives the non-business student a broad-based background in the field. Non-business students wishing to gain an understanding of commercial ventures or pursue a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree would be well served with this minor. Required Courses for a Business minor ACCT 2301 Principles of Financial Accounting 3 ACCT 2302 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3 ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ECON 2302 Principles of Microeconomics 3 MNGT 3310 Management Concepts and Organizational Theory 3 MRKT 3300 Principles of Marketing 3 At least 3 credit hours of upper level Business courses approved by the Coordinator of Business Studies 3 21 Credits Students pursuing a Business minor must meet all prerequisites of courses included in the minor. See the course descriptions in the major area to ascertain the prerequisites for each course. At least 50% of upper level business credit hours in the minor must be taken at U.T. Permian Basin. Economics majors pursuing a Business minor must take at least 6 additional credit hours of approved upper division business electives due to overlapping courses between their major and a Business minor (ECON 2301 & ECON 2302). Business minors seeking preparation for a MBA degree should choose a management elective (course prefix MNGT) to meet the criteria to waive ACCT 6301, ECON 6301 and MNGT 6360 in the UTPB MBA program, reducing the MBA program requirements from 48 to 39 credit hours. The Graduate Catalog or Chair of Graduate Studies should be consulted for additional information about preparation for the MBA degree. Students who are seeking a teaching field in Business Administration must choose MNGT 3324 and three hours from FINA 3320 or ECON 3322 and must complete MNGT 2342 and COSC The Certification Officer should be consulted for additional information about preparation for teaching business administration. Business Discipline Specific Minors Business Discipline Specific minors are available for Accountancy, Finance, Management, and Marketing. and Entrepreneurship. Each minor gives the non-business student a specialized background in the selected field. At least 50% of upper level business credit hours in the minor must be taken at U.T. Permian Basin. Students pursuing a Business Discipline Specific minor must meet all prerequisites of courses included in the minor, even if these prerequisites cause the minor coursework to exceed the number of credit hours listed below. See the course descriptions in the major area to ascertain the prerequisites for each course. Required Courses for Accountancy Minor: ACCT 2301, ACCT 2302, ACCT 3301, ACCT 3302, ACCT 3303, and ACCT Credits. University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 333

9 Required Courses for Finance Minor: ACCT 2301, ECON 2302, MNGT 2342 (or equivalent), FINA 3320, and 6 credit hours of approved upper level Finance courses. 18 Credits. Economics majors selecting a Finance Minor must take ACCT 2301, FINA 3320, FINA 4323, FINA 4325, FINA 4427, and 3 credit hours of approved upper level Finance courses. 19 credits. Required Courses for Management Minor: MNGT 3310, MNGT 3311, MNGT 3312, MNGT 3330, MNGT 3370, and any 3 hours of approved upper division management courses except MNGT Credits. Required Courses for Marketing Minor: MRKT 3300, MRKT 3315, MRKT 4314, and any 9 hours of approved upper division marketing courses. 18 Credits. Required Courses for Entrepreneurship Minor: ACCT 2301, ACCT 2302, ECON 2301, ECON 2302, MRKT 3304, MNGT 3318 and MNGT Credits Specific Requirements for the BA Degree in Economics General Education 42 Credits Complete the requirements shown in the General Education Requirements section of this catalog. Include the following specified courses: Mathematics MATH 1324 & 1325 or MATH 2412 & 2413 Social Science PSYC 1301 or SOCI 1301 An economics major who pursues a General Degree in Economics is required to compete the following coursework: ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ECON 2302 Principles of Microeconomics 3 MNGT 2342 Principles of Statistics 3 ECON 3303 Intermediate Microeconomics 3 ECON 4323 Intermediate Macroeconomics 3 Upper Level Economics Electives Credits Additional courses necessary to complete a minor and sufficient upper division electives to complete 48 upper division hours and 120 total hours An economics major who pursues a Business Concentration is required to compete the following coursework: ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ECON 2302 Principles of Microeconomics 3 MNGT 2342 Principles of Statistics 3 ECON 3303/4325 Intermediate Microeconomics or 3 Managerial Economics ECON 4323 Intermediate Macroeconomics 3 ECON 3322 Money and Banking 3 ECON 4330 Economics of Industry 3 University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 334

10 ECON 4331 Law and Economics 3 ECON 4334 Financial Economics 3 Specific Requirements for the BS Degree in Industrial Technology General Education Core Courses Communication: ENGL 1301, ENGL 1302 Mathematics: MATH 1324 Life and Physical Sciences: GEOL 1301, GEOL 1101, GEOL 1302, GEOL 1102 or equivalent Language, Philosophy & Culture Notes: eligible courses are COMM 1301, ENGL 2322, ENGL 2323, ENGL 2327, ENGL 2328, UNIV 1301, and UNIV Creative Arts Notes: eligible courses are ARTS 1301, DRAM 1310, MUSI 1306, and MUSI American History: HIST 1301, HIST 1302 Government/Political Science Notes: eligible courses are PLSC 2305, PLSC 2306, and UNIV Social and Behavioral Sciences: either PSYC 1301 or SOCI 1301 Component Area Option COMM credit hour from either COMM 1115 or a third approved science lab 42 credits 6 SCH 3 SCH 8 SCH 3 SCH 3 SCH 6 SCH 6 SCH 3 SCH 4 SCH Industrial Technology Lower Division Required Courses 20 credits MATH 1325 Applications of Continuous Mathematics ENGR 1204 Engineering Graphics COSC Computers and Problem Solving ACCT Principles of Financial Accounting ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 2302 Principles of Microeconomics MNGT 2342 Principles of Statistics Upper Level Industrial Technology Core Courses 18 Credits All candidates for BSIT degrees must complete a basic industrial technology core of 18 credits. The basic industrial technology core provides students with a common body of knowledge in industrial technology. Students programs include the following courses: ITEC 3307 Project Management 3 ITEC 3305 Safety, Health, and the Environment 3 ITEC 3380 Managing Technology (MNGT 3380) 3 ITEC 4380 Total Quality Management (MNGT 4380) 3 MNGT 3310 Management Concepts & Organization Theory 3 MNGT 3312 Human Resource Management 3 NOTE: Major area courses of study designated as 3xxx/4xxx level courses at U. T. Permian Basin are to be taken by junior or senior students at a four year institution. These may not be transferred from a junior/community college even though courses taken may have a similar title. University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 335

11 Other Required Upper Level Courses 40 Credits 27 hours of approved industrial technology major elective courses. 27 Credits Upper Level Free Electives (any discipline) ITEC 4392 Internship 10 Credits 3 Credits BAAS Industrial Technology Option Requirements for the BAAS Industrial Technology Option The minimum total credits required for a BAAS degree is 120. The purpose of the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Science (B.A.A.S.) program is to offer career advancement opportunities to students who have previously earned the Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree. The BAAS degree will enhance students technical education and will prepare them with leadership skills relevant in their respective working environments. Specific Requirements for the BAAS Industrial Technology Option General Education 42 Credits Complete the requirements shown in the General Education Requirements section of this catalog. Fifteen semester credit hours from the General Education Requirements category taken as part of the A.A.S. degree can also be applied to satisfy the University s General Education Requirement section of the B.A.A.S degree. Computer Use 3 Credits All majors must demonstrate a basic use of computing through completion of COSC 1335, or through examination, or through a similar computer science course that requires the actual use of computers. BAAS Industrial Technology Core Courses 18 Credits (MNGT 3310, MNGT 3311, MNGT 3312, MNGT 3330, MNGT 3370, MNGT 33xx/43xx) Applied Arts and Science Requirements 30 SCH Technical Field of A.A.S. Degree 21 SCH Upper-Division Courses 51 Credits The B.A.A.S will only be available to students transferring to the University with an A.A.S. degree or its equivalent. A block of 30 semester credit hours (SCH) from the technical field of the A.A.S. degree will be applied to the B.A.A.S. degree. Students must complete at least 21 SCH in upper division courses related to their AAS specialty. Industrial Technology Major Courses ITEC 3305 Safety, Health, and the Environment 3 ITEC 3307 Project Management 3 ITEC 3310 Manufacturing Technology 3 ITEC 3340 Facilities Design 3 ITEC 3380 Managing Technology 3 ITEC 3390 Technology and Society 3 ITEC 4302 Innovation 3 ITEC 4303 Environmental Technology 3 ITEC 4310 Energy Technology 3 ITEC 4340 Construction Technology 3 University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 336

12 ITEC 4380 Total Quality Management 3 PTEC 3301 Petroleum Fundamentals 3 PTEC 3302 Petroleum Fluids and Natural Gas Technology 3 PTEC 3304 Drilling Technology 3 PTEC 4301 Petroleum Production Technology 3 PTEC 4302 Pipeline Technology 3 PTEC 4304 Wireline, Mud, and Core Analysis 3 PTEC 4305 Petroleum Reservoirs 3 Upper Division Elective 3 Upper Division Elective 3 Other Required Upper Level Courses 6 Credits In addition, all B.A.A.S. students must complete BAAS 4393 (Senior Project) and all B.A.A.S. Industrial Technology option students will be required to have a supervised internship (ITEC 4392). Specific Requirements for the BS Degree in Mechanical Engineering A minimum of 126 semester credit hours is required for the Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Mechanical Engineering. This degree requires a minimum of 61 upper division hours. Since all students seeking a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering are required to take a cross-section of courses from a variety of engineering disciplines, the School does not award double majors. Students desiring a double major should seek a second baccalaureate degree. Minors are not required of students seeking a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering. General Education 42 Credits Complete the requirements shown in the General Education Requirements section of this catalog including the following specified courses: Communication, ENGL 1301, 1302 Mathematics, MATH 2413 Life and Physical Sciences, CHEM 1311, PHYS 2325 American History, HIST 1301, 1302 Government/Political Science, PLSC 2305, 2306 Component Area Option, COMM 1315, CHEM 1111, PHYS 2125 Mechanical Engineering Lower Division 23 Credits MATH 2424 Calculus II MATH 2415 Calculus III PHYS 2326 University Physics II PHYS 2126 University Physics II Laboratory ENGR 1204 Engineering Graphics ENGR 2301 Engineering Mechanics: Statics ENGR 2302 Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics ENGR 2305 Fundamentals of Circuit Analysis Mechanical Engineering Upper Division 55 Credits MATH 3301 Statistics MATH 3310 Linear Algebra MATH 3320 Differential Equations ENGR 3303 Introduction to Material Science University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 337

13 ENGR 3326 Engineering Economics ENGR 3375 Introduction to Thermodynamics ENGR 3332 Mechanics of Materials ENGR 3354 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics ENGR 4195 Professional Practice MENG 3206 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I MENG 3324 Manufacturing Processes MENG 3348 Computer-Aided Mechanical Engineering Design MENG 3351 Heat Transfer MENG 3356 Fluid Mechanics II MENG 3364 Mechanical Design I MENG 3376 Thermodynamics II MENG 4205 Thermo-Fluids and Mechanical Systems Laboratory MENG 4206 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory II MENG 4366 Senior Design I MENG 4368 Senior Design II Mechanical Engineering Upper Division Elective Courses (choose two) 6 Credits MENG 4311 Automatic Controls MENG 4365 Vibrations MENG 4370 Mechanical Design II MENG 4372 Thermo-Fluid Component and Systems Design Mechanical Engineering (Nuclear Track) Lower Division 19 Credits MATH 2414 Calculus II MATH 2415 Calculus III PHYS 2326 University Physics II PHYS 2126 University Physics II Laboratory ENGR 1204 Engineering Graphics ENGR 2301 Engineering Mechanics: Statics ENGR 2302 Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics ENGR Fundamentals of Circuit Analysis Mechanical Engineering (Nuclear Track) Upper Division 61 Credits PHYS 3310 Introduction to Nuclear Physics MATH 3301 Statistics MATH 3320 Differential Equations ENGR 3303 Introduction to Material Science ENGR 3375 Introduction to Thermodynamics ENGR 3332 Mechanics of Materials ENGR 3354 Introduction to Fluid Mechanics ENGR 4195 Professional Practice MENG 3206 Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I MENG 3348 Computer-Aided Mechanical Engineering Design MENG 3351 Heat Transfer MENG 3356 Fluid Mechanics II MENG 3364 Mechanical Design I MENG 3376 Thermodynamics II MENG 4205 Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Laboratory MENG 4366 Senior Design I MENG 4368 Senior Design II NENG 3301 Introduction to Nuclear Power NENG 4211 Nuclear Engineering Laboratory NENG 4311 Radioactive Materials Processing and Waste Management NENG 4321 Nuclear Reactor Engineering NENG 4331 Radiation and Radiation Protection University of Texas of the Permian Basin Undergraduate Catalog 338

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