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YEAR 1 SEMESTER 1

S/N COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE LECTURE HOURS LAB/TUTORIALS CREDIT HOURS
1.
MATH 101-01
Differential Calculus & Complex Numbers (Mathematics)
2
2
3
2.
FREN 101-01
French For Communication
2
0
2
3.
ENGl 101-01
English Communication Skills
2
0
2
4.
CSc 101-01
Introduction to Computer Application
2
2
3
5.
MEE 101-01
Electrical Network Theory
3
0
3
6.
ENGr 101-01
Technical Drawing
2
2
3
7.
Phys 101-01
Physics
2
2
3
TOTAL
15
8
19

YEAR 1 SEMESTER 2

S/N COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE LECTURE HOURS LAB/TUTORIALS CREDIT HOURS
1.
MATH 102-02
Integral CALCULIS & Linear Algebra (Mathematics II)
2
2
3
2.
MEE 102-02
Electrical Engineering Drawing
2
2
3
3.
CSc 102-02
Computer Programming (C/C++)
2
2
3
4.
MEE 204-02
Circuit Theory I
2
2
3
5.
MEE 241-02
Basic Electronics (Electronics I)
2
2
3
6.
MEE 222-02
Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation
2
2
3
7.
MECH 221-02
Material Science
2
2
2
8.
MEE 241L-02
Electrical/Electronics Lab I
0
2
1
TOTAL
14
14
21

YEAR 2 SEMESTER 1

S/N COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE LECTURE HOURS LAB/TUTORIALS CREDIT HOURS
1.
MATH 203-01
Multivariable Calculus & Differential Equation (Mathematics III)
2
2
3
2.
MEE 242-01
Linear Electronics System (Elect…II)
2
2
3
3.
MEE 241-01
Combinational Logic Circuits and Sys. (Digital Electronics)
2
2
3
4.
MEE 210-01
Circuit Theory II
2
2
3
5.
MEE 221-01
Electromagnetic Fields
3
0
3
6.
ENGr 210-01
Basic Thermodynamics
2
0
2
7.
MEE220-01
Principles of Electrical Machines (Electrical Machines I)
2
2
3
8.
MEE 242L-01
Electrical/Electronic Lab II
0
2
1
TOTAL
15
12
21

YEAR 2 SEMESTER 2

S/N COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE LECTURE HOURS LAB/TUTORIALS CREDIT HOURS
1.
MATH 291-02
Complex Mapping and Partial Differential Equations (Mathematics IV)
2
2
3
2.
ENGl 202-02
English Technical Report Writing
2
0
2
3.
MEE 223-02
Sequential Logic Circuits And Systems (Digital Electronics II)
2
2
3
4.
MEE 227-02
Theory of Machine
2
2
3
5.
MEE 226-02
Microwave Devices
2
2
3
6.
MECH 228-02
Rotating Electrical Machines (Electrical Machines II)
2
2
3
7.
MEE 243L-02
Electricals/Electronics Lab.III
0
2
1
TOTAL
12
12
18

YEAR 3 SEMESTER 1

S/N COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE LECTURE HOURS LAB/TUTORIALS CREDIT HOURS
1.
MEE 307-01
Statistics and Probability
2
2
3
2.
RESM 300-01
Research Methods
2
0
2
3.
ENVR 301-01
Environmental Studies
2
0
2
4.
MEE 300-01
Microprocessors (Digital Electronics III)
2
2
3
5.
MEE 322-01
Power Electronics
2
2
3
6.
MEE 342-01
Analog Communication Systems (Communication Engineering I)
2
2
3
7.
MEE 343L-01
Electrical/Electronics Lab. IV
0
2
1
TOTAL
12
10
17

YEAR 3 SEMESTER 2

S/N COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE LECTURE HOURS LAB/TUTORIALS CREDIT HOURS
1.
MATH 301-02
Numerical Analysis
2
2
3
2.
MEE 302-02
Classical Control Systems
3
0
3
3.
MEE 303-02
Power Generation and Economics
3
0
3
4.
MEE 343-02
Microprocessor Systems and Application
2
2
3
5.
MEE 329-02
Electric Motor Drive
2
2
3
6.
MEE 312-02
Digital Communication Systems (Communication Engineering II)
2
2
3
7.
MEE 344L-02
Electricals/Electronics Lab V.
0
2
1
TOTAL
14
10
19

YEAR 4 SEMESTER 1

S/N COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE LECTURE HOURS LAB/TUTORIALS CREDIT HOURS
1.
MEE 416-01
Project I
1
3
3
2.
MEE 406-01
Linear Systems
2
2
3
3.
MEE 405-01
Computer-Aided Circuit Design
2
2
3
4.
MEE 403-01
Power Transmission Systems
3
0
3
5.
MEE 442-01
Communication Application Systems (Communication Engineering III)
2
2
3
6.
MGMT 411-01
Principles of Management
2
0
2
7.
MEE 444L-01
Electrical/Electronics Lab VI
0
2
1
8.
AFRI 400-01
Unabridged African History or (Elective I)
2
0
2
TOTAL
14
11
20

YEAR 4 SEMESTER 2

S/N COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE LECTURE HOURS LAB/TUTORIALS CREDIT HOURS
1.
MEE 417-02
Project II
0
6
3
2.
MEE 404-02
Power System Analysis
2
2
3
3.
MEE 403-02
Digital Control System
2
2
3
4.
MEE 407-02
Power Distribution System and Switchgear Protection
2
2
3
5.
MEE 448-02
Digital Signal Processing
2
2
3
6.
ENTR 424-02
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
2
0
2
7.
PRAC 445-02
Practical Skills Acquisition
0
2
1
8.
AFRI 401-02
African Philosophy or (Elective) II
2
0
2
TOTAL
12
16
20
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School of Applied Technology and Science

Four Year Technology Program

MIT School of Applied Technology and Science is open to any qualified person eager to pursue education in vocational, classical, practical and scientific areas skewed to the acquisition of skills-based training that will improve the quality of life of the graduates. The object of this mission is engulfed with complexity, diversity, and comprehensiveness that are replete with creativity and innovation. MIT is trained and prepared to achieve this mission.

Mumford Institute of Technology (MIT) offers Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)Tech.) and Diploma in Applied Science (DAS) programs which prepare students for position as skilled engineering technicians or graduate engineering technologists in diverse engineering fields. Our programs are competency based education that prepares students to acquire hands-on skills in specific Engineering fields. We offer two year Diploma in Applied Science and a four year Bachelor of Technology degrees. Our programs will enable graduates to pursue perpetual learning to enhance their undergraduate degrees, through formal education and/or certification in order to improve their careers. Our programs are based on (ABET- ETAC) guidelines, as well as Washington and Sydney Accords.

We expect to offer Masters Degrees and PhD in Technology.
Our programs are structured to imbue the student with the following Learning Objectives:
  1. The student must acquire general ability to apply the knowledge, skills, techniques, and the use of modern tools of the discipline to focused defined engineering technology activities.
  2. The ability to apply knowledge of science, mathematics, engineering, and technology to engineering technology problems that require limited application of principles but extensive practical knowledge;
  3. The ability to conduct accepted tests and measurements, and to conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments;
  4. The ability to identify, analyze, and solve focused defined engineering technology problems;
  5. Our Diploma and Degree must equip students to acquire gainful and meaningful careers as electrical or electronic technicians, civil engineering and construction technologist as well as telecommunication engineering technicians.
  6. Graduates must pursue careers of personal and professional growth and fulfillment.
  7. They must pursue life-long learning to enhance their degree, through formal education as well as acquire certification in order to improve their careers.
  8. They should have the ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team;

SYLLABUS

Electrical Engineering Tech. (B. Tech)

Diploma in Applied Science Electrical Technology

The Diploma in Applied Electrical Engineering Technology program is designed to prepare graduates for careers as Electronic Technicians. While Bachelor of Technology degree prepares graduates for careers as Technologists.

Curriculum by Semester

For students earning Diploma in Applied Science (DAS)   with a major in Electrical Engineering Technology.

Electrical Engineering Tech. (B. Tech)

Diploma in Applied Science Electrical Technology

The Diploma in Applied Electrical Engineering Technology program is designed to prepare graduates for careers as Electronic Technicians. While Bachelor of Technology degree prepares graduates for careers as Technologists.

Curriculum by Semester

For students earning Diploma in Applied Science (DAS)   with a major in Electrical Engineering Technology.

First Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MEET 1102
Techniques of Electrical Technology
2
MEET 1122
Circuit Analysis I
4
MMAT 1375
Pre-calculus
4
MPHY 1433
General Physics I: Algebra-Based
4
OR
MPHY 1441
General Physics I: Calc. Based
5
MENG 1101
English Composition I
3
Total
17 - 18
Second Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MEET 1202
Electrical Drafting
1
MEET 1222
Circuit Analysis II
5
MEET 1240
Electronics
4
MEET 1241
Electronics Laboratory
1
MMAT 1475
Calculus I
4
MPHY 1434
Gen. Phys. II: Alg. Based
4
OR
MPHY 1442
Gen. Phys. II: Calc. Based
5
Total
17 - 20
Third Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MEET 2122
Advanced Circuit Analysis
3
MEET 2140
Communications Electronics
3
MEET 2141
Comm. Electronics Laboratory
1
MEET 2150
Electrical Machines Theory
3
MEET 2162
Digital Electronics I
3
MEET 2171
Projects Laboratory
1
MENG 1121
English Composition II
3
Industrial Experience
1
Total cr
17
Fourth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MEET 2220
Electronic Controls
3
MEET 2251
Electric Machines Laboratory
1
MEET 2262
Digital Electronics II
3
MEET 2271
Circuit Analysis Laboratory
1
MGen-Ed
Elective 2 Flexible Core
3
MGen-Ed
Elective 2 Flexible Core
3
MEET 2000
Internship 3 (optional)
3
Total
17
  1. NOTE: MMAT 1175 is a prerequisite for MMAT 1375 (College Algebra and Trigonometry)
  2. In choosing MGenEdu classes, a student must choose at least one writing-intensive class. In addition, students planning to seek a BTech in Electrical Technology should consider the requirements for that degree when choosing courses, i.e. any course in African History and Global Issues, as well as any course in Economics or Philosophy will suffice.

Bachelor of Technology (Electrical Engineering) - B. Tech

Third and Fourth Year Syllabus

Diploma in Applied Science Electrical Technology

Students with DAS in Electrical Engineering Technology seeking upper-division bachelor of technology in Computer Engineering Technology and students with  DAS in Electrical Engineering Technology.

Curriculum by Semester

Fifth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MMAT 1575
Calculus II
3
MCET 3510
Microcomputer Systems Tech.
3
MMAT 2680
Differential Equations
3
MCOM 1330
Public Speaking or higher
3
MGenEd
Elective Flexible Core
3
MCollege
Option Interdisciplinary Course
3
Total
18
Sixth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MMAT 2580
Introduction to Linear Alg.
3
MCET 3615
Instrumentation and Data Acquisition
4
MCET 3625
Applied Analysis Lab.
1
MCET 3640
Software for Comp. Control
3
MGenEd
Elective Flexible Core
3
MCST 2403
Intro C++ Prog. Lang. I
3
Total
17
Seventh Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCET 4705
Component and Subsys. Des. I
2
MCET 4711
Computer-Contr. Sys. Design I
2
MCET 4762
Electromechanical Devices
4
MCET 4773
Inter-networking Technology
4
MCET
Technical Elective
4
Total cr
16
Eighth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCET 4805
Component and Subsys. Design II
2
MCET 4811
Computer-Controlled Systems Design II
2
MCET 4864
Feedback-Controlled Systems
4
MElective
Technical Elective or Internship
3
MCollege
Option Advanced Liberal Art Course
3
Total
14
Total Credits Required For The Degree : 64

Telecommunications Engineering Technology

DAS in telecommunications Engineering Technology

This program prepares students to enter the exciting and expanding field of telecommunications. This diploma provides the graduates with a wide range of skills needed for employment and continuing education in this high-tech industry as telecommunications technicians.

Graduates in this field service can operate a plethora of telecommunication equipment and networks for voice, data and video transmission and networking, In addition, they understand the technical principles and theories on which these devices and systems are based.

Curriculum by Semester

First Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MEET 1102
Techniques of Electrical Technology
2
MEET 1122
Circuit Analysis I
4
MPHY 1433
Gen. Physics I: Alg. Based
4
OR
MPHY 1441
General Physics I: Calc. Based
5
MPHY 1434
General Physics II
MMAT 1375
Pre-calculus
4
MENG 1101
English Composition I
3
Total
17 - 18
Second Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MEET 1222
Circuit Analysis II
5
MEET 1240
Electronics
4
MEET 1241
Electronics Laboratory
1
MTCE 1100
Introduction to Telecom
2
MPHY 1442
General Physics II: Algebra-based
4
OR
MPHY 1442
General Physics II: Calculus-based
5
Total
16 - 17
Third Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MEET 2140
Communications Electronics
3
MEET 2141
Comm. Electronics Laboratory
1
MEET 2162
Digital Electronics I
3
MTCE 2102
Analog and Digital Telephony
4
MMAT 1475
Calculus I
4
MENG 1121
English Composition II
3
Total cr
18
Fourth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MEET 2220
Electronic Controls
3
MEET 2251
Electric Machines Laboratory
1
MEET 2262
Digital Electronics II
3
MEET 2271
Circuit Analysis Laboratory
1
MGen-Ed
Elective 2 Flexible Core
3
MGen-Ed
Elective 2 Flexible Core
3
MEET 2000
Internship 3 (optional)
3
Total
16

Total Credits Required for The DAS : 67 - 69

Telecommunications Engineering Technology (B.Tech.)

The Bachelor’s program in Telecommunications Engineering Technology continues the skills learned in the first two years (DAS) and adds more advanced courses in data communications, coding, computer systems, probability and statistics, satellite transmission, fiber-optics communications, traffic control, economics, programming, network management,  and advanced mathematics.

The B. Tech graduates work as Telecommunications Technologists.

Bachelor of Technology degree holders can obtain positions such as technical operations manager, network designer, systems technologist, traffic analyst, data communications manager, and telecommunications consultant

Curriculum by Semester

Fifth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MTCET 3102
Analog and Digital Comm. I
4
MTCET 3122
Swit’ing and Automata Theory
3
MTCET 3142
Computer Systems
3
MMAT 1575
Calculus II
4
MENG 2575
Technical Writing
3
Total
17
Sixth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MTCET 3202
Analog and Digital Communications II
4
MTCET 3222
1 Satellite Trans.
3
MGenEd Elective
2,3 Flexible Core
3
MMAT 1372
Statistics with Prob
3
MENG 2570
Writing in the Workpl’
3
Total
16
Seventh Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MTCE 4102
Fiber-Optic Communications
3
MTCE 4120
Legal and Reg. Issues in Telecom
3
MTCE 4140
Telecom. Network Mgmt
3
MCST 2403
Intro C++ Prog. Language Part I
3
MGenEd Elective
2,3 Flexible Core
3
Total cr
15
Eighth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MTCE 4202
Advanced Telecommunications
3
MTCE 4282
Telecommunications Capstone Project
2
MACC 1162
Elements of Accounting
3
MCOM 1330
Public Speaking or higher
3
MCollege Option
Interdisciplinary Course
3
MPHIL 3212
Engineering Ethics
3
Total
17
Total Credits Required for The B. Tech in Telecommunications is 65

Computer & Information Technology

The MIT College of Technology offers a Diploma and Bachelor of Technology  (B. Tech.) Degree in Computer and Information Technology.  The Diploma in Information Systems is a two-year program and the B. Tech.  degree is a four-year program in Computer and Information Systems.

The diploma program lays a solid foundation to enable the graduates to specialize in track areas such as network administration and information security, web programming, and information technology.  Students who earn the Diploma can continue for another two years to earn the Bachelor of Technology degree in computer and information systems as well as mobile application development and cloud computing.

Our Diploma program is essentially designed to enable students to enter the job market and still continue their education or enter any of our Technology degree programs.  

Curriculum by Semester

First Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIS 1023
Intro to Info. Tech
3
OR
MCIS 1123
Intro to Programming for IT
3
MCIS 1113
Computer Prog.
3
MCOM 1503
Freshman Composition
3
MCOM 1503
Freshman Elective
3
Mxxx3 Gen Ed
Elective
3
Total
15
Second Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCISy 4103
Visual Prog. & Develop. Tech
3
MCISy 2143
Microcomputer Systems I
3
MLIT xxx3 Literature Elective
Electronics Laboratory
3
Mxxx3 Gen Ed
Soc. Science
3
MATH xxx3
College Algebra
3
MCIS 2153
Database Appl. and Prog.
3
Total
15
Third Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIS 4033
Networking I
3
MCIS 3223
Intro to Web Page Development
3
MCISY xxx3
Concentration Elective
3
MACC 1124
Financial Accounting
4
MMAT 2124
Statistical Methods & Analysis
4
OR
MMAT 1123
Statistics I
3
Total cr
16 - 17
Fourth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIS 4723
Essentials of Info Security
3
MSPC 1083
Effective Speaking
3
MCIS xxx3
Concentration Elective
3
MCIS 5203
Network Administration
3
Mxxx3 General Education
Elective
3
MCIS 4053
Linux/Admin and Scripting
3
MEET 2000
Internship 3 (optional)
3
Total
18

Computer Engineering Technology ( BTech)

Curriculum by Semester

Fifth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MMAT 1575
Calculus II
4
MCET 3510
Micro_comp. Sys. Technology
4
MCOM 1330
Public Speaking or Higher
3
MGen Ed Elective
Flexible Core
3
MCollege Option
Interdisciplinary Course
3
Total
17
Sixth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MMAT 2580
Intro to Linear Algebra
3
MMAT 2680
Differential Equations
3
MCET 3615
Instrumentation and Data Acquisition
4
MCET 3625
Applied Analysis Lab
1
MCET 3640
Software for Comp Contr.
3
MGenEd Elective
Flexible Core
3
Total
17
Seventh Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCET 4705
Component and Subsys. Des. I
2
MCET 4711
Comp. Controlled Sys. Des I
2
MCET 4762
Electromechanical Devices
4
MCET 4773
Inter-networking Technology
4
MCET Technical
Elective
4
Total cr
16
Eighth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCET 4805
Component and Subsys Design II
2
MCET 4811
Computer-Controlled Systems Design II
2
MCET 4864
Feedback-Controlled Systems
4
MElective Tech
Elective or Internship
3
MCollege Option
Advanced Liberal Arts Course
3
MGen-Ed
Elective 2 Flexible Core
3
MEET 2000
Internship 3 (optional)
3
Total
16

Total Credits Required for The Degree: 64

Bachelor of Technology in Computer Engineering Technology

Curriculum by Semester

Students earning a Diploma in Applied Science in Electromechanical Engineering Technology

First Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MEMT 1111
Logic and Problem Solving
1
MEMT 1120
Technical Graphics
1
MEMT 1130
Electro-mech. Manufac.
1
Laboratory
1
MEMT 1150
Electrical Circuits
5
MMAT 1375
Pre-calculus
4
MENG 1101
English Composition I
3
Total
16
Second Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MEMT 1220
Mechanisms
4
MEMT 1250
Fund. of Digital Systems
4
MEMT 1255
Electronics
4
MPHY 1433
General Physics I: Alg. Based
4
OR
MPHY 1441
General Physics I: Calc. Based
5
Total
16 - 17
Third Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MEMT 2320
Adv. Mechanisms
5
MEMT 2370
Computer Hardware Sys.
2
MEMT 2390L
Operating Systems Lab
1
MAT 1475
Calculus I
4
MENG 1121
English Composition II
3
MGenEd Elective
Flexible Core
3
Total cr
18
Fourth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MEMT 2455
Data Communications
2
EMT 2461
Electro-mech Systems Software Interface
2
MEMT 2480L
Electro-mech. Sys. Lab
1
MPHY 1434
General Physics II: Algebra Based
4
OR
MPHY 1442
General Physics II: Calculus based
5
MGenED Elective
Flexible Core
3
MElective
CST 2403 or CET 3910
3
Total
15 - 16

Total Credits Required for The Diploma: 64

1 Choose from MCST 2403 Intro C++ Prog. Language I or MCET 3910 Mechanics of Materials

Students with DAS in Mechanical Engineering Technology seeking  upper-division bachelor of technology in Computer Engineering Technology or students with  DAS in Mechanical Engineering Technology

Fifth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCST 2403
Intro C++ Prog. Lang. I
3
MMAT 1575
Calculus II
4
MCET 3525
Electrical Networks
4
MCET 3550
Analog and Digital Elect
4
Total
15
Sixth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MMAT 2680
Differential Eq
3
MCET 3510
Microcomputer Sys. Tech.
4
MCET 3615
Instrumentation and Data Acquisition
4
MCET 3625
Applied Analysis Lab
1
MCOM 1330
Public Speaking
3
MGenED Elective
Flexible Core
3
Total
18
Seventh Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MMAT 2580
Introduction to Linera Alg.
3
MCET 3640
Software for Comp. Control
3
MCET 4705
Component & Sus-sys. Des. I
2
MCET 4711
Computer-Contr. Sus-sys. Des. I
2
MCET 4773
Inter-Networking Technology
4
MGenED Elective
Flexible Core
3
Total
17
Eighth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCET 4805
Comp. & Subsystem Des. II
2
MCET 4811
Computer Controlled Systems Design II
2
MCET 4864
Feedback Control Sys.
4
MCollege Option
Interdisciplinary Course
3
MCollege Option
Advanced Liberal Arts Course
3
Total
14

Diploma in Applied Science in Civil Engineering Technology

Curriculum by Semester

First Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCMC 1110
Construction Drawings I
2
MCMC 1115
Statics
3
MENG 1101
English Composition
3
MMAT 1475
Calculus I
4
PMHY 1433
Genera Physics I: Algebra Based
4
OR
MPHY 1441
General Physics I: Calculus-Based
5
Total
16 - 17
Second Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCMC 1211
Construction Drawings II – Computer Aided Drawing (CAD)
2
MCMC 1215
Strength of Materials
2
MCMC 1222
Surveying I
3
MMAT 1575
Calculus II
4
GenEd Elective
Flexible Core
3
Total
14
Third Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCMC 2306
Materials Testing Lab.
2
MCMC 2315
Elements of Struct. Design - Steel
3
MCMC 2322
Surveying II
3
MCMC 2351
Fluid Mechanics
4
MCMC 2351L
Fluid Mechanics Lab
0
MPHY 1434
General Physics II: Algebra Based
4
OR
MPHY 1442
General Physics II: Calculus Based
5
Total cr
16 - 17
Fourth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCMC 2410
Construction Drawings lll
2
MCMC 2416
Elements of Structural Design – Concrete
3
MCMC 2454
Applied Hydraulics
2
MCMC 2456
Soil Mechanics and Lab
3
MCMC 2457
Construction Techniques in Civil Engineering
2
MENG 1121
English Composition II
3
MECO 1101
Marcroeconomics
3
Total
18

Total Credits Required for The Degree: 64 - 66

Bachelor of Technology in CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY with DAS Civil Engineering Technology Major

Curriculum by Semester

Fifth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCMC 1114
Materials and Method of Construction I
3
MCMC 2319
Building Service Systems
2
MCMC 2412
Construction Estimating
2
MCMC 3501
Steel Fabrication
3
MCME 3520
Construction MGMT for Civil Engineering Technologists
4
Total
14
Sixth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCME 3602
Heavy Construction Practices
3
MARCH 3551
Sustainability: History and Practice
3
MCMCE
Technical Elective
3
MGenEd Elective
Flexible Core
3
MGenEd Elective
Flexible Core
3
Total
17
Seventh Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCMC 4700
Construction Law
3
MCMC 4701
Construction Field Management
3
MCMC 4702
Construction and Site Safety Management
3
MGenEd Elective
Liberal Arts Elective
3
MCOM 1330
Public Speaking
3
Total cr
15
Eighth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCMCE 4800
Senior Capstone Project
3
MCMCE Technical
Elective
3
Liberal Arts Elective
Interdisciplinary
3
Liberal Arts Elective
Advanced
3
Total
15

Total Credits Required for The Degree: 123

Diploma in Applied Science in Construction Management Technology

Curriculum by Semester

First Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCOM 1503
Freshman Composition
3
MCIVL 1011
Civil AutoCAD
1
MCIVL1204
Surveying I
4
MCIV 1013
Portland Cement Concrete
3
MCIV 1182
Civil Technology Graphics
2
MMAT 1033
College Algebra
3
Total
16
Second Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIVL 2154
Quality Control of Const. Material
4
MPHYS 1024
General Physics I
4
MMATH 2043
College Trig
3
MLITR xxx3
Literature Elective
3
Total
14
Third Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIV 3553
Comm Bldg Const Methods & Practices
3
MCIV 4103
Structures I
3
MPHY 2023
General Physics II
3
MMAT 1063
Technical Calculus I
3
Mxxx3 Gen Ed
Elective
3
Total cr
15
Fourth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIVL 4143
Contracts, Specs & Estimating
3
MCIVL 4043
Constru Management
3
M CIVL xxx3 Tech Elective
Upper
3
MSPCH 1083
Effective Speaking
3
Mxxx3 Gen Ed
Elective
3
Total
15
Fifth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIVL xxx3
Tech Elective
3
MECON 1013
Macroeconomics
3
MCOMP 5703
Technical Writing II
3
MCIVL 7213
Construction Systems
3
Mxxx3 Gen Ed
Elective
3
Total
15
Sixth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCHEM 5013
Applied Chemical Principles
3
MCIVL 6214
Advanced Estimating
4
MCIVL 6212
Construction Safety
2
MACCT 5043
A/C Perspectives
3
Mxxx3 Gen Ed
Elective
3
MCIVL 6123
Mechanical Systems
3
Total
18
Seventh Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MMATH 1123
Statistics I
3
MCIVL 7223
Construction Project Planning
3
MMATH 7113
Economic Analy for Engr. Tech
3
MTMGT 7153
Principles of Management
3
Mxxx3 Gen Ed
Elective
3
Total
15
Eighth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MBUAD xxx3
Bus. Elective -Upper
3
MCIVL 5213
Foundations and Concrete
3
MCIVL 8123
Construction Concrete
3
MBUAD 3043
Business Law I
3
M xxx3 Gen Ed
Elective –Upper
3
MECON 2023
Microeconomics
3
Total
16

*If not required, take the DAS elective to complete the requirements of 3 credits, otherwise: free elective.

Must meet 7 of the 10 General Education areas.

Suggested Technical Electives:

  • CIVL 6113 Environmental Tech Concepts
  • CIVL 7103 Land Development and Design
  • Other tech electives by dept. approval

Diploma in Applied Science in Construction Management Technology

Curriculum by Semester

First Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCOM 1503
Freshman Composition
3
MCIVL 1011
Civil AutoCAD
1
MCIVL1204
Surveying I
4
MCIV 1013
Portland Cement Concrete
3
MCIV 1182
Civil Technology Graphics
2
MMAT 1033
College Algebra
3
Total
16
Second Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIVL 2154
Quality Control of Const. Material
4
MPHYS 1024
General Physics I
4
MMATH 2043
College Trig
3
MLITR xxx3
Literature Elective
3
Total
14
Third Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIV 3553
Comm Bldg Const Methods & Practices
3
MCIV 4103
Structures I
3
MPHY 2023
General Physics II
3
MMAT 1063
Technical Calculus I
3
Mxxx3 Gen Ed
Elective
3
Total cr
15
Fourth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIVL 4143
Contracts, Specs & Estimating
3
MCIVL 4043
Constru Management
3
M CIVL xxx3 Tech Elective
Upper
3
MSPCH 1083
Effective Speaking
3
Mxxx3 Gen Ed
Elective
3
Total
15
Fifth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIVL xxx3
Tech Elective
3
MECON 1013
Macroeconomics
3
MCOMP 5703
Technical Writing II
3
MCIVL 7213
Construction Systems
3
Mxxx3 Gen Ed
Elective
3
Total
15
Sixth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MCHEM 5013
Applied Chemical Principles
3
MCIVL 6214
Advanced Estimating
4
MCIVL 6212
Construction Safety
2
MACCT 5043
A/C Perspectives
3
Mxxx3 Gen Ed
Elective
3
MCIVL 6123
Mechanical Systems
3
Total
18
Seventh Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MMATH 1123
Statistics I
3
MCIVL 7223
Construction Project Planning
3
MMATH 7113
Economic Analy for Engr. Tech
3
MTMGT 7153
Principles of Management
3
Mxxx3 Gen Ed
Elective
3
Total
15
Eighth Semester Credits
Course Code Course Title Credit
MBUAD xxx3
Bus. Elective -Upper
3
MCIVL 5213
Foundations and Concrete
3
MCIVL 8123
Construction Concrete
3
MBUAD 3043
Business Law I
3
M xxx3 Gen Ed
Elective –Upper
3
MECON 2023
Microeconomics
3
Total
16

*If not required, take the DAS elective to complete the requirements of 3 credits, otherwise: free elective.

Must meet 7 of the 10 General Education areas.

Suggested Technical Electives:

  • CIVL 6113 Environmental Tech Concepts
  • CIVL 7103 Land Development and Design
  • Other tech electives by dept. approval

DIPLOMA COURSES (Two Years)

Mumford Institute of Technology is offering competency and skill based experiential learning technology Programs. MIT’s assessment of student learning is critical to the continuous improvement of our academic programs. MIT has set up critical learning goals that our students must meet before graduating. They are:

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS/ RECOMMENDATIONS

Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2/

Trigonometry, Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics

Diploma in Applied Technology (D. Tech)

ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN

TECHNICAL STANDARDS

Applicants in the electrical construction and maintenance electrician program must meet the following physical requirements:

  • Must be able to visually translate information in analog or digital meters and other test equipment.
  • Must be able to lift 50 pounds to eye level.
  • Must be able to communicate orally with a person six to 12 feet away.
  • Must be able to read and decipher information found in technical manuals.
  • Must be able to adhere to and perform all safety requirements.

TYPICAL FOUR-SEMESTER PROGRAM

FIRST SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MELT 1156
Residential Wiring
6
MELT 1156
Residential Wiring Lab IA
6
MELT 1166
Residential Wiring Lab IB
6
Total
18

SECOND SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MELT 2156
Residential Wiring II
6
MELT 2166
Residential Wiring Lab IIA
6
MELT 2176
Residential Wiring Lab IIB
6
Total
18

THIRD SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MELT 3156
Electrical Power Systems
6
MELT 3326
Magnetic Motor Controls
6
MELT 3306
Alarms and Special Systems
6
Total
18

FOURTH SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MELT 3336
Photovoltaic & Wind Turbine Sys
6
MELT 3356
Programmable Controls for Ind Autotn
6
MELT 3366
Ind. Automtn & Process Controls
6
Total
18

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

A student must successfully complete all courses

in the prescribed four-semester program and

earn a minimum GPA of 2.0, which is equivalent to a “C” average

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS/RECOMMENDATIONS

Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2/Trigonometry

Recommended: Physics and Mathematics

FIRST SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MEET 1001
Seminar
1
MEET 1202
Intro to Electrical Eng Tech
2
MEET 1111
Digital Logic Laboratory
1
MEET 1133
Digital Logic
3
MCOMP 1503
Freshman Composition
3
MMAT 1033
College Algebra
3
MXXX xxx3
Gen Ed Elective
3
Total
16

SECOND SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MEET 1103
Circuit Theory I
3
MEET 1151
Circuit Theory Laboratory
1
MEET 1142
Electronic Fabrication
2
MMAT 2043
College Trigonometry
3
MPHY 1024
General Physics I
4
MLIT xxx3
Gen. Ed. Literature Elective
3
Total
16

THIRD SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MEET 2103
Electronics Theory I
3
MEET 2151
Electronics Laboratory I
1
MEET 2124
Electrical Power Circuits
4
MEET 2143
Embedded Controller Fundamentals
3
MMAT 1063
Technical Calculus I
3
MPHY 2023
General Physics II
3
Total
17

FOURTH SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MEET 3103
Electronics Theory II
3
MEET 3151
Electronics Laboratory II
1
MEET xxx4
Microelectronics or other Approved Tech Elective
3
MEET xxx4
Alt. Energy Generation or other Approved Tech Elective
3
Mxxx3
General Education Elective
3
MEET
Free elective
3
Total
16

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

  • 64 semester credit hours
  • 2.0 grade point average in major courses
  • 2.0 cumulative grade point average, and

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS/RECOMMENDATIONS

Required: Algebra, Geometry, Algebra2/Trigonometry,

Recommended: Physics

COMPUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

TYPICAL FOUR-SEMESTER PROGRAM

FIRST SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIS 1113
Computer Programming I
3
MEET 1202
Intro to Electrical Eng Tech
2
MEET 1133
Digital Logic
3
MEET 1111
Digital Logic Laboratory
1
MCOM 1503
Freshman Composition
3
MMAT 1033
College Algebra
3
Total
15

SECOND SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIS 2143
Microcomputer Systems I
3
MEET 1142
Electronic Fabrication
2
MEET 1103
Circuit Theory I
3
MEET 1151
Circuit Theory Laboratory
1
MMAT 2043
College Trigonometry
3
MLIT xxx3
Gen. Ed. Literature Elective
3
Total
15

THIRD SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIS 5123
Scientific Prog. in C and C++
3
MEET 2103
Electronics Theory I
3
MEET 2151
Electronics Laboratory I
1
MEET 2143
Embedded Controller Fundamentals
3
MCIS 4033
Networking I
3
MPHY 1024
General Physics I
4
Total
17

FOURTH SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MEET 2163
Data Communications
3
MCIS 4053
Linux/Unix Admin and Scripting
3
MMAT 1063
Technical Calculus I
3
MPHY 2023
General Physics II
3
MPSC 1043
Ghana Government
3
Total
15

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS - Diploma in Computer Engineering

  • 62 semester credit hours in program as listed above
  • 2.0 or above cumulative grade point average, and 2.0 or above grade point average in major courses (MELET, MCISY)
  • Approval of department faculty

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

TYPICAL FOUR-SEMESTER PROGRAM

FIRST SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIS 1023
Intro to Information Tech
3
MCIS 1123
Intro to Programming for IT
3
OR
MCIS 1113
Computer Programming I
3
MCOMP 1503
Freshman Composition
3
Mxx3
Gen. Ed. Elective Social Science
3
MCIS 4033
Gen. Ed. Elective
3
Total
15

SECOND SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIS 2133
Computer Programming I
3
MCIS 2143
Microcomputer Systems I
3
MCIS 2153
Database App and Programming I
3
MMAT xxx3
College Algebra or Higher*
3
MLITR xxx3
Literature Elective
3
Total
15

THIRD SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIS 4033
Networking I
3
MCIS 3223
Intro to Web Page Development
3
MMAT 1123
Statistics I
3
OR
MMAT 2124
Statistical Methods & Analysis
4
MACC 1124
Financial Accounting
4
Mxxx
Professional Elective
3
Total
16 - 17

FOURTH SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MCIS 4053
Linux/Unix Admin and Scripting
3
OR
MCIS 5403
Database Concepts
3
MSPC 1083
Effective Speaking
3
Mxx3
Gen. Ed. Elective –Other
3
Mxx3
Professional Elective
3
Mxx3
Professional Elective
3
Total
15

Professional electives may include MCISY, Business, and selected courses from math or Engineering by the  adviser.

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Minimum 2.0 cumulative index and a minimum overall cumulative.
  • index of 2.0, or above.
  • Must complete a minimum of 61 credit hours of course work.

DIPLOMA in Applied Science in CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

The program prepares students for positions as engineering technicians in a broad range of public works projects including structures, transportation facilities, water supply, waste water treatment, geotechnical as well as construction inspection, materials testing and surveying. Included in the curriculum are courses in the theory of structures, fluids, surveying, soils and materials testing.

Curriculum For students earning a DIPLOMA in applied science with a major in Civil Engineering Technology.

FIRST SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MCET 1110
Construction Drawings I
2
MCET 1115
Statics
3
MENG 1101
English Composition I
3
MMAT 1475
1 Calculus l
4
MPHY 1433
General Physics I: Algebra Based
4
OR
MPHY 1441
General Physics I: Calculus Based
5
Total
16 - 17

SECOND SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MCET 1211
Construction Drawings II – Computer Aided Drawing (CAD)
2
MCET 1215
Strength of materials
2
MCET 1222
Surveying I M
3
MMAT 1575
2 Calculus lI
4
MGen
Ed Elective Flexible Core
3
Total
14

THIRD SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MCET 2306
Materials Testing Laboratory
2
MCET 2315
Elements of Structural Design – Steel
3
MCET 2322
Surveying II
3
MCET 2351
Fluid Mechanics
4
MCET 2351L
Fluid Mechanics Laboratory
1
MPHY 1434
General Physics II: Algebra Based
4
OR
MPHY 1442
General Physics II: Calculus Based
5
Total
16 - 17

FOURTH SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MCET 2410
Construction Drawings lll
2
MCET 2416
Elements of Structural Design – Concrete
3
MCET 2454
Applied Hydraulics
2
MCET 2456
Soil Mechanics and Laboratory
3
MCET 2457
Construction Techniques in Civil Engineering
2
MENG 1121
English Composition II
3
MECO 1101
Macroeconomics
3
Total
18

TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR THE DIPLOMA       65-67

DIPLOMA in Applied Science in CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY

The DIPLOMA in applied science in Construction Management prepares students for careers as managers and technicians in the field of construction. All facets of the construction process are studied including construction materials, methods, management and mechanical systems as well as all elements of structural design. Both the public and private sectors are studied from the time the project is conceptualized until it is turned over to an owner. The program combines an emphasis in construction management with components of engineering technology

Curriculum by Semester

For students earning DIPLOMA in applied science with a major in Construction Management Technology.

FIRST SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MCMT 1110
Construction Drawings I
2
MCMT 1114
Materials and Methods of Construction l
3
MCMT 1115
2 Statics
3
MMAT 1275
1,3 College Algebra and Trigonometry
4
MPHY 1433
General Physics I: Algebra Based
4
OR
MPHY 1441
General Physics I: Calculus Based
5
Total
16 - 17

SECOND SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MCET 1211
Construction Drawings II – Computer Aided Drawing (CAD)
2
MCET 1215
Strength of materials
3
MCMT 1221
Construction Management l
3
MCET 1222
Surveying I
3
MCMCE 1224
Materials and Methods of Construction II
2
MENG 1101
English Composition I
3
Total
16

THIRD SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MCET 2306
Materials Testing Laboratory
2
MCET 2315
Elements of Structural Design – Steel
3
MCMT 2319
Building Service Systems
2
MCMT 2321
Construction Management ll
3
MMAT 1375
Pre-calculus
4
MGen
Ed Elective Flexible Core
3
Total
17

FOURTH SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MCET 2410
Construction Drawings lll
2
MCMT 2412
Construction Estimating
2
MCMT 2416
Elements of Structural Design – Concrete
3
MCMT 2421
Construction Management lll
3
MECON 1101
Macroeconomics
3
MENG 1121
English Composition II
3
Total
16

TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR THE DIPLOMA       64-66

DIPLOMA in Applied Science in ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY

The DIPLOMA in applied science in Architectural Technology  educates students to assist the architect and perform at a high level in design, contract documents and the construction stages of a building project. The program familiarizes students with up-to-date architectural office practices and procedures including current digital tools for design, analysis, representation, and fabrication. Studio work gives the students the opportunity to develop their talents by participating in various architectural projects from inception to final presentation.

EMPLOYMENT POSIBILITIES

Employment positions that graduates of this program will qualify for includes architectural technician, CAD drafter, architectural renderer, architectural model maker, fabrication shop technician, manufacturer’s representative, building department expeditor, assistant building performance analysis technician, assistant specifications writer and clerk of the works.

For Students earning a DIPLOMA in applied science with a major in Architectural Technology.

Curriculum by Semester

FIRST SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MARC 1110
Architectural Design l: Foundations
3
MARC 1130
Building Technology l
3
MARC 1191
Visual Studies l
2
MENG 1101
English Composition I
3
MMAT 1375
1 Pre-calculus
4
Total
15

SECOND SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MARC 1121
History of Architectural Technology
2
MARC 1210
Architectural Design ll: Foundations
3
MARC 1230
Building Technology ll
3
MARC 1250
Site Planning
2
MARC 1291
Visual Studies ll
2
MPHY 1433
General Physics I: Algebra Based
4
OR
MPHY 1441
General Physics I: Calculus Based
5
Total
16 - 17

THIRD SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MARC 2310
Architectural Design lll
4
MARC 2330
Building Technology lll
4
MARC 2370
Building Systems
3
MARC 2321
History of Architecture 1900 to Pre’
3
MGen
Ed Elective Flexible Core
3
Total
17

FOURTH SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MARC 2410
Architectural Design lV
4
MARC 2430
Building Technology lV
3
MARC 2480
Structures l
3
MGen
Ed Elective FLEXIBLE CORE
3
CAPSTONE DIPLOMA Capstone (choose one)
3
Total
16

TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR THE DIPLOMA       64-65

DIPLOMA in Applied Science in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Curriculum by Semester

For Students earning a DIPLOMA in applied science with a major in Mechanical Engineering Technology.

FIRST SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MMET 1101
Manufacturing Processes Laboratory
1
MMET 1112
Engineering Drawing I
2
MMAT 1375
Pre-calculus or higher
4
MENG 1101
English Composition I
3
MPHY 1433
General Physics I: Algebra Based
4
OR
MPHY 1441
General Physics I: Calculus Based
5
Total
14 -15

SECOND SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MMET 1201
Computer-Aided Manufac. Systems
3
MMET 1222
Computer-Aided Engineering Graphics
2
MMET 1233
Statics and Strength of Materials
3
MMET 1240
Computer Applications in Mechanical Engineering Technology
2
MARC 1291
Calculus I or higher
4
MENG 1121
English Composition II
3
Total
17

THIRD SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MIND 2304
Advanced Solids Modeling
3
MMET 2322
Engineering Materials
3
MMET 2333
Strength of Materials II
3
MMET 2335
Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines
3
MPHY 1434
General Physics II: Algebra Based
4
OR
MPHY 1442
General Physics II: Calculus Based
5
Total
15 - 16

FOURTH SEMESTER

Course Code Course Title Credit
MMET 2410
Machine Design
4
OR
MMET 2900
Internship to Mechanical Engineering Technology
4
MMET 2426
Materials Testing Laboratory
1
MMET 2430
Thermodynamics
3
MEET 1122
Networks I
4
MGen
Ed Elective Flexible Core
3
MGen
Ed Elective Flexible Core
3
Total
18

TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR THE DIPLOMA       64-66

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