This page contains a list of Summer 2018 courses being offered at the graduate level in the College of Technology.
The majority of graduate courses require department approval so students need to email at email@example.com with their name, PUID and course numbers they want to be registered for.
Undergraduates wanting to take graduate level courses must have a senior standing (90+ credit hours), at least a 3.0 GPA and advisor approval. The Request for Undergraduate to Enroll in a Graduate Level Course needs to be taken to the advisor and it will be forwarded Graduate Coordinator Mary Rose Sicinski .
Select the title of the course to display the course description. You may also look at registration.
For any other queries please contact us at: 219-989-2966, Graduate Coordinator Mary Rose Sicinski firstname.lastname@example.org
|ITS 56200-01||Database Administration||George Stefanek||M, W 06:30pm – 09:20pm|
|ITS 58100-01||Network Security and Management||Tae-Hoon Kim||M, W 05:30pm – 07:20pm|
|ECET 52100-01||Solar Energy System||Masoud Fathizadeh||T,R 06:30pm – 09:20pm|
|IET 51000||Product Development and Optimization||Lash Mapa|
This seminar covers the concepts of database administration, including topics as architecture, advance data management and performance monitoring. The course is appropriate entry level graduate course for inter-disciplinary students (Course may be offered in classroom based, hybrid or online format). Prerequisites: Students should have taken mid level database and programming classes as an undergraduate.
An efficient statistical procedure for planning a series of experiments such that the data obtained can be analyzed to yield valid and objective conclusions. It can be used to screen a set of variables to identify those with most effect, optimize an experimental process or retrospectively analyze a set of experimental data. Both the design and analysis steps require the application of techniques for statistical data analysis.
An introduction to energy from the sun, technology and design of photovoltaic systems, solar thermal systems, solar lighting systems and solar-bio systems. The topics will also cover the energy storage using hydrogen and new advancements in solar technology.