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LTC Kenneth Hutchison

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Pittsburg State University
1701 South Broadway
Pittsburg KS 66762
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STEM Opportunities in the Army

Specialized skills are part of every U.S. Army job. If you have a particular aptitude for science, technology, engineering or mathematics, some Army careers and jobs will put your analytical thinking and problem-solving abilities to the test. As an Officer in the most technologically advanced military in the world, STEM fields offer experiences and skills with special applications in the Army and beyond.

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STEM Degrees at PSU

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Automotive Technology (BST): The Bachelor of Science in Technology Automotive Technology major completes a 41 credit hour automotive core and at least one of six 21-credit hour options in: 1) automotive manufacturing management; 2) automotive service management and marketing; 3) diesel and heavy equipment; 4) automotive collision repair and insurance management; 5) automotive technical; and 6) automotive mechanical design.  Program prepares students with technical and business courses for success in a variety of automotive-related professional positions. Continue to catalog >>
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Biology (BA): A student completing a minimum of 9 hours of one foreign language is eligible for the Bachelor of Arts (Biology Major) degree. Continue to catalog >>  

Biology (BS): General Education courses must meet the requirements approved by the General Education Committee or approved substitutes. Check individual curricula and consult your advisor for acceptable substitutes. The eight hours of natural science requirements are satisfied by course requirements in the biology curricula (BIOL 211 Principles of Biology I, CHEM 215/216 General Chemistry I/Laboratory). Continue to catalog >>  

Biology (MS): Students who begin work in biology for the degree of Master of Science must have completed a minimum of 25 hours of acceptable undergraduate courses in biology. These should include fundamental courses in botany, ecology, zoology, genetics, microbiology, and physiology. A cumula­tive total of 13 hours of chemistry, including organic chemistry is required. However, a student may apply certain senior-graduate or graduate level chemistry on the degree requirements upon the recommendation of the advisor. In addition, it is advisable that a student have work in physics and geology. While a knowledge of a foreign language and of computing is not required, it is strongly advised. Continue to catalog >>  

Biology-Medical Technology (BMT): Students emphasizing medical technology can earn the Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology which includes a 4th clinical year or earn the Bachelor of Science in Biology and do a clinical experience post-graduate. Continue to catalog >>
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Chemistry (BS)The Bachelor of Science degree with a major in chemistry requires a minimum of 124 semester hours. A minor is required for all emphases except Pharmaceutical Chemistry. Continue to catalog >>  

Chemistry (MS): The Department of Chemistry offers a Master of Science degree with a major in Chemistry. This degree is certified by the American Chemical Society and may lead to jobs in industry, plastics, secondary education or environmental chemistry. A large fraction of chemistry students seek further education after completing this degree, while many also pursue careers in related fields such as medicine, pharmacy and engineering. Continue to catalog >>  

Computer Information Systems (BBA): Students seeking the Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a major in computer informa­tion systems must complete the prescribed  curriculum. At least 50 percent of the upper division business credit hours (i.e., the credit hours from the areas of accounting, economics, finance, management, marketing, and informa­tion systems) that are required for the Bachelor in Business Administration degree must be earned at Pittsburg State University. Continue to catalog >>  

Construction Engineering Technology (BSET): The program begins with a laboratory approach to construction materials and methods education then proceeds through appropriate laboratory and construction project management and engineering coursework. The Construction Engineering Technology major then adds strong technical content in construction analysis and concludes with a simulated real-world capstone experience. Continue to catalog >>
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Educational Technology (MS): The Department of Teaching and Leadership offers a Master of Science degree with a major in Educational Technology. Within the program, students will select from two different emphasis areas: technology integration and library media. This program prepares students to work with technology in educational settings. Continue to catalog >>  

Electronics Engineering Technology (BSET)The Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) program strives to produce graduates who work in all segments of the electronics industry throughout the world. Electronics Engineering Technology graduates are valued for a wide variety of positions. On-going industry feedback insures we fulfill our mission to provide quality degrees for the electronics field. An important mechanism employed to assure this quality is our capstone experience. The capstone experience is a two semester sequence of designing and building a project that has market relevance and elements of the student's own intellectual property. Continue to catalog >>  

Engineering Technology (MET): The Department of Engineering Technology offers a Master of Engineering Technology degree. This is accom­plished through the combined efforts of Engineering Tech­nology programs in Construction, Electronics, Manu­facturing, Mechani­cal, and Plastics. Continue to catalog >>  

Environmental and Safety Management (BST): The School of Construction offers a comprehensive sequence of courses leading to a minor in Environmental Health and Safety. The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) through the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is a moving force in ensuring safety conditions and considerations for the work environment. Continue to catalog >>
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Manufacturing Engineering Technology (BSET)The Manufacturing program is housed in the Kansas Technology Center. It provides modern classroom and laboratory facilities including: Welding, Fabrication, Metal Casting, Material Analysis, Machine Tools and CNC Laboratories. The courses in Manufacturing Engineering Technology emphasize application more than theoretical development and enhances classroom studies with hands-on, high-tech laboratories. A dedicated space is also provided for seniors to work on their Capstone projects. Continue to catalog >>  

Mathematics (BS): An appropriate minor is required for this math degree. The degree requirements for a B.S. major in mathematics requires a minimum of 124 semester hours. Continue to catalog >>  

Mathematics (MS): The Department of Mathematics offers a Master of Science degree with a major in Mathematics. Students in this degree program will work one-on-one with an advisor to design a program of study that will match their individual career goals. Recent graduates have earned positions in community college education or within the financial industry, serving as analysts or actuaries. Continue to catalog >>  

Mechanical Engineering Technology (BSET): he program is planned as a four year Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology degree with a Mechanical Engineering Technology major and design, manufacturing, or electromechanical emphasis. Thirty percent of the courses are general education requirements, twenty percent are basic mathematics/science requirements, and fifty percent of the courses are technical requirements. Continue to catalog >>
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Physics (MS): The Department of Physics offers a Master of Science degree with a major in Physics. Students in this degree program will work one-on-one with an advisor to design a program of study that will match their individual career goals. Elective courses, subject to approval of the department, are usually selected from physics, chemistry, mathematics and/or biology. Incoming students will be required to take a diagnostic examination on undergraduate physics during their first semester. Continue to catalog >>  

Physics (BS)A degree in physics prepares students to enter many professions including physics, astronomy, engineering, computer science, management, medicine, journalism, geology, meteorology and many others. Physics students learn how to identify, quantify, and solve real-world problems and this makes them extremely valuable to prospective companies and laboratories. Continue to catalog >>  

Plastics Engineering Technology (BSET)The Plastics Engineering Technology major has two emphases: Manufacturing and Design which involve compre­hensive coursework, involving practical and theoretical lectures with a strong emphasis on applied laboratory efforts in the areas of processing, resins, testing and design. Continue to catalog >>
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Technology (Automotive Technology Department) (BAS): The Bachelor of Science in Technology Automotive Technology major completes a 41 credit hour automotive core and at least one of six 21-credit hour options in: 1) automotive manufacturing management; 2) automotive service management and marketing; 3) diesel and heavy equipment; 4) automotive collision repair and insurance management; 5) automotive technical; and 6) automotive mechanical design. Continue to catalog >>  

Technology (School of Construction Department) (BAS): This program offers students who have graduated from a two-year Associate of Applied Science degree technical program the opportunity to extend their education and training. All Associate of Applied Science degree graduates (with a minimum of 2.50 GPA) can automatically transfer up to 64 college credits to Pittsburg State University. Continue to catalog >>  

Technology (Graphics and Imagining Technologies Department) (BAS): The Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology offers students who have graduated from a community college or technical college with an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree an opportunity to pursue a professional career path and extend their education. Continue to catalog >>  

Technology (Technology and Workforce Learning) (BAS): This program offers students who have graduated from an accredited two-year associate degree technical program the opportunity to extend their education and training. All associate degree graduates (with a minimum GPA of 2.50) can automatically transfer up to 64 college credits to Pittsburg State University. Three emphasis are offered under this major: Technical Teacher Education Emphasis, Wood Technology Emphasis, and Technology Management Emphasis. Continue to Catalog >>
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Wood Technology (AAS): The Associate of Applied Science in Wood Technology major may choose between either a specialization in Wood Product Manufactu­ring or Residential Construction. The degree provides graduates with technical information and skills for working in these industries. Continue to catalog >>  

Wood Technology (BST): The Bachelor of Science in Technology in Wood Technology majors may pursue one or more of the three specializations: Wood Product Manufacturing, Residential Construction and Wood Teacher Training. Program prepares students with technical and management courses for success in a variety of wood industry-related professional positions. Continue to catalog >>  

Workforce Development (BS): The Bachelor of Science in Workforce Development is an online bachelor's degree completion program designed for busy working adults seeking flexible and convenient way to finish their degree. Continue to catalog >>
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