Mechanical Engineering Technology (A.S.)

 

Current students: See the Recommended Academic Plan for more detailed recommendations, and refer to the University Bulletin for more requirements and course descriptions.

Typical Course Sequence

Below is a typical course sequence for the Associate of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology. Schedules will vary by student, depending on areas of interest.This plan is intended for student who will continue into the Baccalaureate MET Program. Students not intending completion of the B.S. MET would have several alternative course choices. See an academic adviser for specific program planning.

Semester 1 Credits   Semester 2 Credits
Intro to Graphics and Solids Modeling 3 Applied Solid Modeling 3
First-Year Seminar 1 Technical Mathematics II 3
Manufacturing Materials, Processes, and Laboratory 3 Mechanics for Technology: Statics 3
Technical Mathematics I 3 Introductory Physics I 4
Computer Application for Technologists 3 Rhetoric and Composition 3
Arts course 3 Production Design 2
Total Credits 16 Total Credits 18
 
Semester 3     Semester 4  
Technical Calculus 4 Effective Speech 3
Strength and Properties of Materials 3 Electric Circuits, Power, and Electronics 3
Strength and Properties of Materials Laboratory 1 Machine Design 3
Dynamics Machine Elements 3 Introductory Physics II 4
Production Design Laboratory 2 Science, Technology, and Society course 3
Humanities course 3    
Total Credits 16 Total Credits 16

This program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.