Curriculum Map for Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Curriculum

Required courses and recommended terms during which they should be taken:

FallWinterSpring
MATH111 College Algebra 4    
MET111 Orientation I 2    
WRI121 English Composition 3    
Humanities/Social Science elective * 3    
Humanities/Social Science elective * 3    
Total   15    
CHE101 Introduction to General Chemistry   3  
CHE104 Introduction to General Chemistry Laboratory   1  
MATH112 Trigonometry   4  
MET112 Orientation II   2  
MFG120 Manufacturing Processes I   4  
WRI122 Argumentative Writing   3  
Total     17  
MATH251 Differential Calculus     4
MET241 CAD for Mechanical Design I     2
MFG103 Introductory Welding Processes     3
SPE111 Public Speaking     3
Humanities/Social Science elective *     3
Total       15
These maps are provided for general planning purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor for complete degree requirements.
FallWinterSpring
MATH252 Integral Calculus 4    
MET160 Materials I 3    
MET242 CAD for Mechanical Design II 2    
MFG314 Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing 3    
PHY201/221 General Physics 4    
Total   16    
ENGR211 Engineering Mechanics: Statics **   4  
MATH361 Statistical Methods I   4  
MFG112 Introduction to Manufacturing Processes   3  
PHY202/222 General Physics   4  
Total     15  
ENGR213 Engineering Mechanics: Strength of Materials **     4
ENGR236 Fundamentals of Electric Circuits     3
ENGR266 Engineering Computation     3
MATH362 Statistical Methods II     4
WRI227 Technical Report Writing     3
Total       17
These maps are provided for general planning purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor for complete degree requirements.
FallWinterSpring
MET315 Machine Design I 3    
MET360 Materials II 3    
MET375 Solid Modeling 3    
MFG313 Manufacturing Analysis and Planning 3    
MFG341 Numeric Control Programming 3    
Total   15    
MET316 Machine Design II   3  
MET326 Electric Power Systems   3  
MFG333 Statistical Methods for Quality Improvement   3  
MFG342 Computer Aided Machining   3  
MFG343 Manufacturing Tool Design   3  
Humanities/Social Science elective *   3  
Total     18  
MFG331 Industrial Controls     3
MFG344 Design of Manufacturing Tooling     3
MGT335 Project Management     3
MGT345 Engineering Economy     3
SPE321 Small Group and Team Communication     3
Total       15
These maps are provided for general planning purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor for complete degree requirements.
FallWinterSpring
ANTH452 Globalization 3    
MFG453 Automation and Robotics in Manufacturing 3    
MFG454 Thermal Systems for Manufacturing 3    
MFG461 Senior Project I 3    
WRI327 Advanced Technical Writing 3    
Engineering Science elective *** 3    
Total   18    
MFG462 Senior Project II   3  
BUS/MGT restricted elective *****   3  
Humanities/Social Science elective *   3  
Manufacturing elective ****   3  
Manufacturing elective ****   3  
Total     15  
ENGR485 Fundamentals of Engineering Exam     1
ENGT415 Occupational Safety     3
MFG447 Lean Manufacturing     3
MFG463 Senior Project III     3
Humanities/Social Science elective *     3
Manufacturing elective ****     3
Total       16
These maps are provided for general planning purposes only. Students should consult with their academic advisor for complete degree requirements.

Total credits required for B.S. in Manufacturing Engineering Technology: 192

* Humanities/Social Science requirements: 9 credits of Humanities electives and 9 credits of Social Science electives. ANTH 452 Globalization counts as 3 Social Science credits.
** ENGT 230, ENGT 231, ENGT 232 sequence may be substituted for the ENGR 211, ENGR 213 sequence.
*** Engineering Science elective: complete one of the following courses: Dynamics (ENGR 212), Fluid Mechanics (MET 218), or Thermodynamics (ENGR 355).
**** Manufacturing electives: selected Manufacturing and /or Mechanical Engineering Technology courses. Consult with your advisor for a list of approved courses.
***** Business/Management restricted elective: complete one of the following courses: BUS 226, BUS 304, BUS 335, MGT 321, MGT 461, or MGT 462.