Students who minor in TSM will be able to:
Demonstrate recognition of and competency using common facrication tools and equipment.
Understand and practice safety precautions on the job site.
Depending on the elective courses the students select, they will also be prepared to:
- Recognize the differences in electrical services and be able to repair basic electrical issues.
- Comprehend working mechanics of machines, engines, hydraulics, and power transmissions.
- Understand the relationship between food physical/chemical properties and the processes used to process food.
- Understand and apply land surveying principles and techniques.
- Understand occupational safety and health regulations.
- Relate the chemistry of beer to the production practices used, and troubleshoot off flavors.
Students who minor in TSM are required to take:
TSM 101: Introduction to Technical Systems Management (1 credit, FA semester)
TSM 252: Fabrication and Construction for Technical Systems (3 credits, SP semester)
Students would also be required to take a minimum of 11 hours from the following list: TSM 103: Basic Principles of Surveying (2 credits, FA semester)
TSM 220: Engines and Power Units (3 credits, FA semester)
TSM 340: Principles of Food Engineering (3 credits, FA semester)
+TSM 341: Beer Science and Technology (3 credits, new course SP 2015)
+TSM 370: Fundamentals of Occupational Safety and Health (new course FA 2015) TSM 461G: Biometeorology (3 credits, SP semester)
+These courses are being submitted to the course approval process this fall; they are not established as of August, 2014.