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Mechanical Engineering Technology : Curriculum

MET Student Handbook

MET Academic Plans 
(2yr/4yr) 

MET Prerequisite Map


Course Number

Course Name Credits
MATH 172 Calculus I 5
MATH 173 Calculus II
5
CHEM 181/ 181LAB General Chemistry
5
PHYS 181/ 181LAB General Physics I 5
PHYS 182/ 182LAB General Physics II
5
PHYS 183/ 183LAB General Physics III 5
COM 345 Business and Profesional Speaking 4
EET 221/ 221LAB Basic Electricity
4
ENG 310 Technical Writing
4
ETSC 160 Computer Aided Design and Drafting
4
ETSC 265 Three-Dimensional Modeling
4
ETSC 301 Engineering Project Cost Analysis 4
ETSC 311 Statics (Fall/Wtr Soph or Jr yr, C+ or better)
4
ETSC 312 Strength of Materials (Wtr/Spr Soph/Jr yr, C+ or better)
4
MET 255 Machining
4
MET 314/ 314LAB Applied Thermodynamics (Fall Junior yr)
5
MET 315/ 315LAB Fluid Mechanics
5
MET 327/ 327LAB Technical Dynamics
5
MET 351/ 351LAB Metallurgy/Materials and Process (Spr Soph or Jr yr)
5
MET 387 Engineering Ethics
2
MET 418/ 418LAB Mechanical Design I (Fall Senior yr)
5
MET 419/ 419LAB Mechanical Design II
5
MET 426/ 426LAB Applications of Strength of Materials (Fall Senior yr)
5
MET 488 Professional Certification Exam Prep. 2
MET 489A Senior Project I
4
MET 489B Senior Project II 4
MET 489C Senior Project III 4
MET Core Total
117
MET Department approved technical electives
20
Design track approved technical electives
ETSC 242 Instrumentation 4
MET 316/316L Applied Heat Transfer 5
MET 382 or 483 Plastics/Ceramics and Composites
4
MET 411/411L Energy Systems
5
MET 420 Finite Element Analysis 4
Manufacturing track approved technical electives
MET 257 Casting Processes 4
MET 345 Lean Manufacturing 4
MET 355 Advanced Machining and CNC Programming
4
MET 382 or 483 Plastics/Ceramics and Composites
4
MET 423 Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing 4
 

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