Engineering Technology

Mechanical Engineering Technology Program

Program Educational Objectives

  1. Prepare graduates to enter careers in design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation and/or maintenance of mechanical systems.
  2. Prepare graduates for development and implementation of mechanical systems, including the construction, evaluation, operation, and maintenance of existing systems.
  3. Prepare graduates who can collaborate with others as a member or as a leader in an engineering team.

Program Outcomes:

Students completing the MET program of study will have attained:

a) demonstrate appropriate mastery of knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of their disciplines;
b) apply current knowledge and adapt to emerging applications of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology;
c) conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments and apply results to improve processes;
d) apply creativity in the design of systems, components, or processes;
e) function effectively in teams;
f) identify, analyze, and solve technical problems;
g) communicate effectively;
h) recognize the need for life-long learning;
i) understand professional, ethical, and social responsibilities;
j) respect diversity and knowledge of contemporary professional, societal, & global issues;
k) commitment to quality, timeless and continuous improvement;
 

Enrollment and Graduation Data:

Please refer to the College of Engineering's website.

Schedule:

Fifth Semester, Fall

Credits

MTT 300 Applied Math

4

MET 320 Advanced Mechanics of Materials

3

MET 345 Thermodynamics

4

*Adviser's List

9

Total

20

Sixth Semester, Spring

Credits

MTT 301 Advanced Applied Math

4

MET 330 Advanced Dynamics

4

MET 350 Fluid Mechanics

3

MET 351 Thermal Fluids Lab

2

*Adviser's List

6

Total

19

Seventh Semester, Fall

Credits

MET 410 Design of Machine Components

3

MET 411 Mechanical Measurements Lab

1

MET 420 Heat Transfer

3

MET 445 Solid Modeling Applications

3

MET 470 Senior design A

1

*Adviser's List

6

Total

17

Eighth Semester, Spring

Credits

GET 430 Electric Power, Controls, and Instrumentations

3

GET 431 Electric Power, Controls, and Instrumentations Lab

1

†AoC Selection

3

MET 480 Senior Design B

3

*Adviser's List

9

Total

19

Program Total

75

The Advisor's List

The Adviser's List is comprised of the following:

  1. Technical Electives—3 courses
    (9-12 credits)
  2. Basic Science Elective—4 credits
  3. Communications Elective—3 credits
  4. University General Education (GenEd) Requirements—9 credits
  5. Business Elective — 3 credits
  6. Programming Elective — 3 credits

The Engineering Technology Department adviser specifies items 1 and 2. See your adviser to obtain a current listing of applicable courses.

Items 1 and 6 may vary in the number of credits required, if any, depending upon what courses transferred. See your Engineering Technology Department adviser to find out what is applicable.