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College of Engineering2016-2017 Undergraduate CatalogCollege AdministrationNagi G. Naganathan, Professor and DeanNitschke Hall Room 5012Phone: 419.530.8000Fax: 419.530.8006nagi.naganathan@utoledo.eduBrian W. Randolph, Professor & Executive Associate Dean of Academic AffairsPhone: 419.530.8044Brian.randolph@utoledo.eduSteven E. LeBlanc, Professor & Executive Associate Dean of Fiscal AffairsPhone: 419.530.8264sleblanc@eng.utoledo.eduPatricia Mowery, Director of Administrative OperationsPhone: 419.530.8000pmowery@eng.utoledo.eduUndergraduate StudiesScott Molitor, Associate Professor, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies andEngineering Honors DirectorNitschke Hall Room 1045Phone: 419.530.8040Fax: 419.530.8046Scott.molitor@utoledo.eduJon Pawlecki, Director of Student Services & Transfer PartnershipsPhone: 419.530.8045jpawleck@eng.utoledo.eduResearch and Graduate StudiesMohamed Samir Hefzy, Professor and Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and ResearchAdministrationNitschke Hall Room 1014Phone: 419.530.6086Fax: 419.530.7392mhefzy@eng.utoledo.eduThe University of Toledo - College of Engineering - 2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog1

College ComputingGregory Gaustad, DirectorNitschke Hall Room 1010Phone: 419.530.8023Fax: 419.530.8026ggaustad@eng.utoledo.eduCollege Relations & Facilities ManagementSandra Stewart, Associate Resource ManagerNitschke Hall Room 5006Phone: 419.530.8014Fax: 419.530.8006sstewart@eng.utoledo.eduEngineering Career Development CenterVickie L. Kuntz, DirectorNitschke Hall Room 1040Phone: 419.530.8054Fax: 419.530.8056vkuntz@eng.utoledo.eduAcademic DepartmentsBioengineeringArun Nadarajah, Professor and ChairNitschke Hall Room 5051Phone: 419.530.8030Fax: 419.530.8076arunan.nadarajah@utoledo.eduPatricia A. Relue, Undergraduate Program Directorpatricia.relue@utoledo.eduArunan Nadarajah, Graduate Program Directorarunan.nadarajah@utoledo.eduChemical and Environmental EngineeringG. Glenn Lipscomb, Professor and ChairNitschke Hall Room 3048Phone: 419.530.8080Fax: 419.530.8086glenn.lipscomb@utoledo.eduThe University of Toledo - College of Engineering - 2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog2

Dong-Shik Kim, Undergraduate Program Directordong.kim@utoledo.eduConstance Schall, Graduate Program Directorconstance.schall@utoledo.eduChanda Raine, Assoc. Dir. of Dept. Student Serviceschanda.raine@utoledo.eduCivil EngineeringAshok Kumar, Professor and ChairNitschke Hall Room 3006Phone: 419.530.8115Fax: 419.530.8116ashok.kumar@utoledo.eduCyndee Gruden, Associate ChairCyndee.gruden@utoledo.eduRose Ackerman, Asst. Dir. of Dept. Student ServicesRoseMarie.Ackerman@utoledo.eduElectrical Engineering and Computer ScienceMansoor Alam, Professor, Graduate Program Director and ChairNitschke Hall Room 2008Phone: 419.530.8140Fax: 419.530.8146mansoor.alam2@utoledo.eduRichard Molyet, Undergraduate Program Directorrichard.molyet@utoledo.eduChristie Hennen, Assoc. Dir. of Dept. Student Serviceschennen@eng.utoledo.eduMechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing EngineeringAbdollah A. Afjeh, Professor and ChairNitschke Hall Room 4006Phone: 419.530.8210Fax: 419.530.8206aafjeh@eng.utoledo.eduMatthew Franchetti, Associate Chair and Undergraduate Program Directormatthew.franchetti@utoledo.eduThe University of Toledo - College of Engineering - 2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog3

Efstratios Nikolaidis, Graduate Program Directorenikolai@eng.utoledo.eduDebbra Kraftchick, Assoc. Dir. of Dept. Student Servicesdkraftch@eng.utoledo.eduEngineering TechnologyLinda Beall, Associate Lecturer and Interim ChairNorth Engineering Room 1600Phone: 419.530.3129Fax: 419.530.3068linda.beall@utoledo.eduRichard A. Springman, Associate ChairRichard.springman@utoledo.eduJared Oluoch, CSET Program Directorjared.oluoch@utoledo.eduWilliam (Ted) Evans, Graduate Program Director, EET Program DirectorWilliam.evans@utoledo.eduJared Oluoch, IT Program Directorjared.oluoch@utoledo.eduNicholas Kissoff, CET Program Director and Director of Assessment and AccreditationNicholas.kissoff@utoledo.eduCarmen Cioc, MET Program Directorcarmen.cioc2@utoledo.eduMyrna Rudder, Associate Director of Dept. Student Servicesmyrna.rudder@utoledo.eduMission StatementThe mission of the College of Engineering is to achieve prominence as a student-focused collegethat educates engineers of recognized quality to be leaders in engineering disciplines, technologyand society; and as a college that enhances the well-being of the region, state and nation throughthe creation and transfer of new knowledge.AccreditationThe College of Engineering’s bachelor of science programs in bioengineering, chemical engineering,civil engineering, computer science and engineering, electrical engineering and mechanicalengineering are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET,The University of Toledo - College of Engineering - 2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog4

www.abet.org. The program in computer science and engineering is also accredited by theComputing Accreditation Commission (CAC) of ABET.The bachelor of science programs in computer science and engineering technology, constructionengineering technology, mechanical engineering technology and electrical engineering technologyare accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of ABET,www.abet.org. In addition, the bachelor of science programs in computer science and engineeringtechnology and information technology are accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission(CAC) of ABET.Programs of StudyUndergraduate Degree ProgramsThe College of Engineering offers six Bachelor of Science in engineering programs –bioengineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer science and engineering,electrical engineering and mechanical engineering. A seventh program, the Bachelor of Science inenvironmental engineering, is pending approval for the Fall 2016 semester. The college also offersfour Bachelor of Science in engineering technology programs - computer science and engineeringtechnology, construction engineering technology, electrical engineering technology and mechanicalengineering technology - and a Bachelor of Science program in information technology. Amechanical concentration is available in the electrical engineering technology program. A minor incomputer science and engineering is also available. Details are found in the Undergraduate DegreePrograms of Study section of this catalog.Students may wish to consider a dual degree plan within the College of Engineering. Depending onwhich two curricula are involved, careful planning from the beginning may permit the completion ofboth degrees with less than a full year of additional study. In any dual degree plan, the student mustbe accepted by both major departments and have an adviser from each of the two degree programs.With any combination, the curricular requirements of each individual degree must be met.Graduate ProgramsThe College of Engineering also offers a full range of graduate programs. Refer to the GraduateSchool section for information on programs and policies specifically related to graduate students.Cooperative (Co-op) Education ProgramStudents in the engineering programs must complete a cooperative (co-op) educationalrequirement. The purpose of the co-op program is to provide students with career-relatedexperiences. The program also helps students defray the cost of their education and enhancesemployment opportunities after graduation. The curriculum in each of the engineering programs isset up to accommodate four, and in some cases five, co-op assignments. To satisfy therequirement, a student must successfully complete at least three registered, semester-long workexperiences, alternating with semesters of coursework, but many participate in four or more. Thestudent pays a 475 fee when registered for each of the required co-op experiences. Successfulcompletion of each registered work experience appears on the student’s transcript. A student with aregistered work experience is considered a full time student for that term. The college will assistThe University of Toledo - College of Engineering - 2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog5

students in finding co-op positions, but does not guarantee placement. Elaborations onimplementation policies are available in the college’s Career Development Center.For students in the engineering technology degree programs, participation in the co-op program isoptional. Students who wish to participate in this program should contact the Career DevelopmentCenter in the College of Engineering at 419.530.8050.Admission RequirementsFirst Time FreshmenTo be considered for admission to any bachelor of science program in engineering, first timefreshman students need a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 (or GED average standardscore of 510 in the 2002 format or 730 in the 2014 format with a Mathematical Reasoning sub-scoreof 190) and a minimum ACT composite score of 22 (or SAT combined score of 1030). Those takingthe ACT or SAT must submit a writing section score. Students also must successfully complete aminimum of four years of high school mathematics (with coverage of trigonometry or pre-calculus)and high school chemistry (physics also is strongly recommended). Students who do not meet theminimum requirements will be considered for admission to an engineering technology program orthey may choose another University program.To be considered for admission to one of the bachelor of science in engineering technologyprograms or information technology program, first time freshman students need a minimumcumulative high school GPA of 2.5 (or GED average standard score of 480 in the 2002 format or700 in the 2014 format with a Mathematical Reasoning sub-score of 180) and a minimum ACTcomposite score of 21 (or SAT combined score of 990). Those taking the ACT or SAT must submit awriting section score. Students who do not meet the minimum requirements will be considered foradmission to the University College Exploratory Studies program or may choose another Universityprogram.Transfer StudentsTransfer students seeking admission to the bachelor of science programs in bioengineering,chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer science and engineering, electrical engineering ormechanical engineering must have a minimum GPA of 2.75 from all previous college or universitywork and have college credit for MATH 1850 Calculus I and CHEM 1230 General Chemistry, orequivalents, with grades of at least a C.Students transferring into the College of Engineering Bachelor of Science in engineering technologypro-grams in construction engineering technology, electrical engineering technology, mechanicalengineering technology and computer science and engineering technology from other collegeswithin the University or from other universities must have obtained a minimum cumulative GPA of2.0. A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.25 is required to transfer into the College of EngineeringBachelor of Science program in information technology. Students not admitted to an engineeringprogram may not take engineering courses unless those courses are required for a degree programoutside of engineering.The University of Toledo - College of Engineering - 2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog6

Students transferring from other institutions must earn at least 32 hours of undergraduate credit inresidence at The University of Toledo. At least 14 of these must be in the major area. The remainingcredit hours are to be in engineering topics or in other areas that satisfy degree requirements.Full-time students must take their last semester in residence (part-time students must take their last14 hours in residence) unless exceptional arrangements have been made in advance with theassociate dean of undergraduate studies in the college.A total of 128 hours of course credit is required for the Bachelor of Science degrees, not includingco-op hours. Normally, 64 hours of the baccalaureate programs in engineering technology may betransferred from an accredited community or technical college. Additional transfer credits may beapplied over the 64-semester hour limit at the discretion of the undergraduate program director.Honors ProgramThe Honors Program in the College of Engineering provides opportunities for challenging andindividual study to undergraduate students of unusually high ability, motivation and initiative.Students with a minimum high school GPA of 3.5 and a minimum ACT composite of 25 areencouraged to apply. Current University of Toledo students and transfer students may apply foradmission to the Honors Program if they have completed at least 15, but not more than 60, gradedsemester hours with a minimum UT GPA of at least 3.5, and have been interviewed by an honorsadviser. All admissions to the Honors Program are granted on a space-available basis.To receive the College Honors citation upon graduation from an engineering bachelor’s degreeprogram, the following criteria must be met:1. A minimum higher education GPA of 3.3.2.A total of 33 semester hours in honors courses, six of which must be in the interdisciplinaryhonors area (Ideas, Innovations and Society) and 10 of which must be in honors coursesoffered by the UT College of Engineering.3. An honors thesis or honors project.Academic PoliciesStudents in the College of Engineering are subject to the general regulations that apply to allstudents enrolled in The University of Toledo. Refer to the UT Policy website for academic policiesthat apply to all students. In addition, certain regulations apply only to those who are enrolled in theCollege of Engineering. These are described below.The University of Toledo - College of Engineering - 2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog7

General Degree RequirementsTo obtain a degree in an undergraduate program, students must have the proper number of credithours in courses required for the curriculum, a minimum overall cumulative GPA of 2.0 (average ofC), and a minimum GPA of 2.0 in the student’s major. When a course is repeated (see below), onlythe grade the last time a course was taken is used in the calculation of the major GPA.Curricular RequirementsAll six of the 128-hour Bachelor of Science programs in engineering have a common structure ofmathematics, basic sciences, humanities/fine arts, social sciences, multicultural studies andengineering topics, plus three required semesters of co-operative education. The five 128-hourbachelor’s programs in engineering technology and information technology have curricula that leadto Bachelor of Science degrees, for which co-operative education is optional.The required curriculum and recommended course sequence for each program is presented in thewebsite of the department offering that program. These curricula permit the student to complete theengineering degree requirements, along with the co-op requirement, in five years; and theengineering technology and information technology degree requirements, without co-op, in fouryears.University Core CurriculumAll degree candidates are required to complete between 27 and 30 credit hours of courses thatcomprise the University General Education/Core Curriculum. The courses are distributed in theareas of English composition, humanities/fine arts, social sciences, natural sciences, mathematicsand multi-cultural studies. Completing the University General Education/Core Curriculum will satisfythe humanities/fine arts/social sciences/multicultural requirement in the College of Engineering.Pass/No Credit OptionEngineering students have the option to take a maximum of two humanities/fine arts/socialscience/multicultural courses on a pass/no credit basis. Pass/no credit grade forms are available inthe Engineering Undergraduate Office (Nitschke Hall Room 1045). The form must be returned to theRegistrar’s Office before the end of the 15th calendar day of the term.Repeated Courses/GPA RecalculationStudents may repeat a previously attempted course. If the grade in the repeated course is higher,the student may petition the college in which the course is taught to have the initial grade excludedfrom the overall GPA calculation. There is a limit of 12 total credit hours eligible for GPArecalculation. Complete information about the GPA Recalculation Policy may be found in the UTPolicy website. Note that all grades, including those for repeated courses, will be included in thedetermination of eligibility for graduation honors, fellowships, or other distinctions awarded on thebasis of GPA. However, when a course in the major is repeated, only the grade the last time thecourse is taken is used in the major GPA calculation.The University of Toledo - College of Engineering - 2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog8

Required Academic PerformanceAll students are expected to maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0. A student who achieves acumulative GPA below 2.0 will be placed on probation and is expected to make markedadvancement in subsequent semesters in order to achieve a cumulative GPA above 2.0. Anythingless will lead to suspension or dismissal according to the policy outlined in the next section.After 100 hours have been attempted, students should request a degree audit from theirundergraduate director to formulate plans for completion of the program and obtain the necessaryapproval of the associate dean of undergraduate studies. Preparation of the final semesterschedules should be completed to assure that the degree requirements will be met. Application forgraduation should be made to the Registrar’s Office before the published deadline, in accordancewith the procedures noted in the General Section of this catalog.Probation, Suspension, Readmission and DismissalAfter each semester, each student’s progress is reviewed. Students who do not meet the minimumacademic achievement level will be placed on probation or, if already on probation, may besuspended or dismissed from the college according to the rules below:Probation1. A student whose cumulative GPA is less than 2.0 will be placed on probation. In successivesemesters, a student may remain in school as long as he/she continues to earn a GPA greater than2.0 in each term. However, the student will remain on probation as long as the cumulative GPA isbelow 2.0. A student is removed from probation when the cumulative GPA is above 2.0.2. Students on probation will not be permitted to interview for co-op positions.Suspension1. A student on probation whose cumulative and current semester GPA is below 2.0 will be subjectto suspension from the college for one semester.2. Consideration of a student’s petition for reinstatement will be given only after one semester fromthe date of suspension.Readmission1. Readmission will only be by written petition to the college’s associate dean of undergraduatestudies. Readmission decisions will be made by the associate dean of undergraduate studies inconjunction with the department to which the student is requesting readmission.2. The petition must be neatly written and must be received at least one month prior to the start ofthe semester the student desires to return.The University of Toledo - College of Engineering - 2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog9

Dismissal1. If readmission is granted after a suspension, the student will be subject to dismissal from thecollege unless he/she earns a semester GPA greater than 2.0 each term until the cumulative GPA isabove 2.0.2. Further consideration of a student’s petition for reinstatement will be given only after one yearfrom the date of dismissal.Professional RegistrationRegistration by the State of Ohio as a Professional Engineer is important for professional practiceand requires four to eight years of engineering experience after graduation. However, the first step isapplying for and passing the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) examination, formerly known as theEngineer-in-Training (EIT) exam. Starting in 2014 a computer-based exam is given during four twomonth windows each year at testing cent

The College of Engineering offers six Bachelor of Science in engineering programs – bioengineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer science and engineering, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering. A seventh program, the Bachelor of Sciencein environmental engineering

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