2022 - 2023 Undergraduate Bulletin

Provides a solid foundation in science, mathematics and engineering principles. Graduates are employed as designers, manufacturing engineers and in related positions.

Students must have a minimum grade of “C” and a grade point average of 2.25 for all major courses and minor programs. 

For department information or additional degree requirements, go to the Engineering Technology department page.

For related information from the bureau of labor statistics, http://www.bls.gov/ooh/architecture-and-engineering/mechanical-engineers.htm

Total Credits Required 126
General Education
30-40
Major Courses 46
DD 202 Product Development and Design 4
DD 203 Industrial Drawing and Design  
ET 360 Process Control Systems 3
ET 410 Testing and Data Acquisition Techniques 3
MET 211 Mechanics-Statics 4
MET 213 Materials Science I 3
MET 216 Materials Science II 3
MET 310 Mechanics-Dynamics 4
MET 311 Strength of Materials 4
MET 320 Mechanical Design 4
MET 410 Applied Thermodynamics 4
MET 420 Fluid Mechanics 3
MET 431 Senior Project I 1
MET 432 Senior Project II 2
 
Other Required Courses 42-43
CH 105 Chemical Principles [SCII] or 4
     CH 111 General Chemistry I (5 cr.) [SCII]
DD 100 Technical Drafting with Introduction to CAD 4
ET 110 Introduction to Electricity 4
DATA 109 Introduction to Statistics [QUAR] 4
MA 115 Precalculus [QUAR] 4
MA 161 Calculus I [QUAR] 4
MF 134 Manufacturing Process 4
PH 201 College Physics I [SCII] or 5
     PH 220 Introductory Physics I (5 cr.) [SCII]
PH 202 College Physics II [SCII] or 5
     PH 221 Introductory Physics II (5 cr.) [SCII]
TE 351 Humanity and Technology [PERS] 4

Concentration 14
Choose one concentration from the following:
 
Mechanical Engineering Design Concentration 14
Choose 14 credits from the following: 14
AD 111 Human Centered Design: Foundations (4 cr.)
CN 153 Introduction to Construction Design (3 cr.)
DD 103 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (2 cr.)
DD 105 Schematic/Diagram Drafting (2 cr.)
DD 301 CWSP Test Preparation (2 cr.)
MF 233 Numerical Control (4 cr.)
Any DD, ET, IT, MET or MF prefix course (1-4cr.)
 
Mechatronics Concentration 14
ET 250 Industrial Electrical Machinery 4
ET 252 Industrial Motor Controls 4
Choose six credits from the following: 6
     ET 311 Applied Programmable Controllers (2 cr.)
     ET 415 Controls (3 cr.)
     IT 291 Industrial Robotics I (3 cr.)
     IT 292 Industrial Robotics II (2 cr.)
     Any DD, ET, IT, MET or MF prefix course (1-4 cr.) or AD 111
 
Manufacturing Engineering Technology Concentration 14
Choose 14 credits from the following: 14
DD 103 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (2 cr.)
ET 311 Applied Programmable Controllers (2 cr.)
IT 300 Industrial Supervision (3 cr.)
IT 340 Enterprise Resource Planning (3 cr.)
IT 420 Quality Control (3 cr.)
MF 133 Machinery Handbook (2 cr.)
MF 233 Numerical Control (4 cr.)
Any DD, ET, IT, MET or MF prefix course (1-4 cr.) or AD 111
 
CNC Technology Concentration 14
MF 233 Numerical Control 4
MF 235 Computer Numerical Control 3
MF 263 Advanced CNC Operations 4
Choose three credits from the following: 3
     IT 291 Industrial Robotics I (3cr.)
     IT 292 Industrial Robotics II (2 cr.)
     MF 133 Machinery Handbook (2 cr.)
     Any DD, ET, IT, MET or MF prefix course (1-4 cr.) or AD 111 (4 cr.)
 
Renewable Energies Concentration 14
Choose 14 credits from the following: 14
REN 200 Introduction to Renewable Energies (3 cr.)
REN 230 Bioenergy (3 cr.)
REN 221 Solar Power (3 cr.)
REN 222 Wind Power (3 cr.)
Any DD, ET, IT, MET or MF prefix course (1-4 cr.) or AD 111.
 
Advanced Mathematics Concentration 14
Choose 14 credits from the following: 14
MA 163 Calculus II (4 cr.)
MA 211 Linear Algebra (3 cr.)
MA 265 Calculus III (4 cr.)
MA 361 Differential Equations (3 cr.)
Any DD, ET, MA, MET or MF prefix course (1-4 cr.) or AD 111.

This major does not require a minor.