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Manufacturing Engineering Technology Concentration

The Manufacturing Engineering Technology Concentration addresses competencies in engineering design, manufacturing processes, sustainability, and ethics. Specialized learning objectives enhance knowledge and skills in industrial automation, Enterprise Resource Planning and Lean Six Sigma.

Additional Manufacturing Engineering Technology Concentration courses:

  • ENGT 3XXX Metrology 4 cr.
  • ENGT 3XXX Manufacturing Processes & Systems 3 cr.
  • ENGT 3XXX Enterprise Resource Planning Systems 4 cr.
  • ENGT 3XXX Robotics and Mechatronics 4 cr.
  • ENGT 4XXX Quality Processes & Lean Six Sigma 4 cr.
  • ENGT 4XXX Industrial System Automation 4 cr.

Concentration Designated Liberal Arts and Science Courses:

  • MATH 1700 Applied Statistics 3 cr.

Program Core courses:

  • ENGT 1XXX Electrical Systems and Circuits 3 cr.
  • ENGT 1XXX Engineering Graphics 3 cr.
  • ENGT 1XXX Technical Analysis 3 cr.
  • ENGT 1XXX Software Applications in Engineering Technology 3 cr.
  • ENGT 2XXX Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics 3 cr.
  • ENGT 2XXX Statics and Dynamics 3 cr.
  • ENGT 2XXX Material Testing & Quality Control 3 cr.
  • ENGT 3XXX Energy & Sustainable Practices 3 cr.
  • ENGT 3XXX Engineering Design: Fabrication Sys. I 3 cr.
  • ENGT 3XXX Engineering Design: Fabrication Sys. II 3 cr.
  • ENGT 3XXX MEP & HVAC Systems 3 cr.
  • ENGT 3XXX OSHA: Safety & Risk Management 3 cr.
  • ENGT 4XXX Engineering Project Management 3 cr.
  • ENGT 4XXX Engineering Technology Capstone 3 cr.

Program Designated Liberal Arts and Science Courses:

  • MATH 1300 Precalculus 4 cr.
  • CHEM 1300 General Chemistry I 4 cr.
  • MATH 2100 Technical Calculus 3 cr.
  • ENGT 1700 Evolution of Engineering Technology 3 cr.
  • PHYS 2300 General Physics I 4 cr.
  • PHYS 2400 General Physics II 4 cr.
  • ECON 1100 Principles of Economics-Macro 3 cr.

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