IE 531 GRADUATE HUMAN RELATIONSHIP FOR VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL INDUSTRIAL TEACHERS. This course is designed to meet the needs of the competent tradesman in better understanding of and working with students. Parallel course to IE 431.

IE 565 METHODS AND MEDIA IN VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL EDUCATION. Success in most professional areas is dependent in part on the ability of an individual to communicate effectively with others. An inventory of media used in communications will be made. Various means and equipment for aiding communications of ideas will be studied and evaluated. Also listed as VED 573.

IE 577 GRADUATE PROBLEMS IN COOPERATIVE PROGRAMS. This is a continuation of the "coordination techniques" course in order to provide the student an opportunity to pursue further in-depth study of the developments and unique problems of a part time program.

IE 579 INSTRUCTIONAL/PRODUCTION ANALYSIS. This course is a study of the inventory and analysis procedure by which the essential elements of an occupation or production scheduling activity are identified and listed for instruction or production purposes. The analysis determines the instructional or production format necessary for a smooth and orderly process from the simple to the complex order of tasks, operation and jobs required in the industrial environment.

IE 582 VOCATIONAL STUDENT IDENTIFICATION AND FOLLOW-UP. Techniques for identifying students for vocational training; sources and means of job placement for co-operative part-time students and graduates of vocational programs; and methods of making student follow-up studies are included. Also listed as VED 567.

IE 586 TEACHING AIDS IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION. This course is designed to aid teachers of industrial subjects in the design and construction of teaching aids. The study of multi-media is an integral and important phase of this course.

IE 591 LABORATORY ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT. This course is designed for graduates who are going to teach Industrial Education or manage equipment and supplies in industry. It is to prepare students to successfully manage laboratory activities, organize laboratories in accordance with contemporary concepts, and to control materials/supplies within their laboratories. Parallel course to IE 491.


IT 568 HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION. This course is designed to provide the opportunities for in-depth study of the historical background of the industrial education movement.

IT 590 DIRECTED STUDIES. This course is designed to provide students with the opportunity to gain specialized experience in one or more of the following areas. (a) Internship, (b) Laboratory Procedures, (c) Individualized Study, (d) Innovative Curriculum, (e) Workshops, (f) Specialized Training Schools, (g) Seminar. In the internship and laboratory procedures segment, the student will gain organization and management techniques through observation and participation in conducting classroom activities and associated laboratory experience. The student may gain experience in a maximum of two areas of competency. In the individualized studies segment, the student will select a problem and work under the direction of a major professor. 1-6 hours, may be repeated or taken concurrently for a maximum of six hours. (Area of study to be indicated on transcript.)

IT 631 PLANT LAYOUT AND MATERIALS HANDLING. A study of the methods in planning and control of production; operation analysis; routing; scheduling and dispatching; production charts and boards; inventory control; accumulation of material requirements; and use of critical path techniques used in industry.

IT 633 QUALITY CONTROL. Methods and procedures employed in industrial quality control, theories of measurement, error, prediction, sampling, test of significance and models.

IT 634 MATERIALS TEST TECHNOLOGY. A study of internal stresses and deformation of bodies resulting from the action of external forces; concepts and techniques of testing tensile, compression, shear, transverse, hardness and the elasticity on various materials and fasteners.

IT 635 PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES OF RESEARCH IN INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION. A study of the basic principles of research and the techniques of application as related to Industrial Education.

IT 698,699 THESIS. This course involves, besides the preliminary study of the techniques of research, bibliography, and organization of material, the selection of a suitable problem, a digest of the related literature, the selection of appropriate procedure, the formulation of a plan of investigation and report, the collection and organization of data, and the writing of the thesis.

SAM's Home page

© 1997 by Sam Houston State University
Current local time is: Tue Oct 13 03:56:15 2015 CDT
Last modified: Fri Oct 17 18:54:06 2008 CDT
Maintained by