Mechanical Engineering TechnologyThis program is available at the Springfield - Leffel Lane location.
The Mechanical Engineering Technology program is designed to prepare students for entry-level technology occupations related to mechanical engineering. These occupations include a variety of jobs titles in the areas of product design, drafting, analysis, manufacturing, quality control, and testing. Skills in the area of creating and interpreting engineering drawings and the practices and procedures of manufacturing and principles of product design are emphasized.
In addition to applied technical courses, Mechanical Engineering includes a co-op experience. Students must complete EBE 1000, Employability Skills, and then work with Career Services to secure an appropriate co-op site.
This degree program contains one or more embedded certificates which will automatically be awarded if the certificate requirements are met unless the student contacts Records and Registration and indicates he/she does not wish to have the certificate credential awarded.
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Outcomes and Curriculum
Upon completion of an associate degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology, a graduate will be able to:
- Design a finished product per quality specifications using knowledge of engineering materials, metrology and the manufacturing process.
- Produce a finished product per quality specifications using knowledge of engineering materials, metrology and the manufacturing process.
- Document a finished product per quality specifications using knowledge of engineering materials, metrology and the manufacturing process.
- Analyze a finished product per quality specifications using knowledge of engineering materials, metrology and the manufacturing process.
|ENT 1000||Introduction to Industrial and Engineering Technology||3|
|ENT 1050||Manufacturing Foundations||4|
|INT 1000||OSHA 10-Hour General Safety||1|
|EBE 1000||Employability Skills||1|
|ENG 1111||English I||3|
|MTH 1280||College Algebra|
|or MTH 2200||Calculus I||4|
|ENT 1500||Engineering Materials||3|
|INT 1320||Electrical Control Relay||1|
|INT 2500||Programmable Logic Control||3|
|ENG 1112||English II||3|
|or MTH 2220||Calculus II||5|
|--||Co-op Education I *||2|
|ENT 2100||Manufacturing Processes||3|
|CAD 2100||Solid Modeling||3|
|PHY 1501||General Physics I with Algebra|
|or PHY 2501||College Physics I with Calculus||5|
|--||Arts/Humanities or Social Behavioral||3|
|ENT 2300||Strength of Materials||3|
|ENT 2600||Engineering Design||3|
|PHY 1502||General Physics II with Algebra|
|or PHY 2502||College Physics II with Calculus||5|
|Total credit hours||61|
Students wishing to seek an Engineering Technology Bachelor's Degree at a four-year university are highly encouraged to review articulation agreements and consult with their academic advisor.
The co-op must be a minimum of two semester hours in any combination of co-op (EBE 2701, EBE 2702, EBE 2703, EBE 2704).
The program schedule is designed for full-time students who have completed all prerequisites and who have no college preparatory recommendations. Many individuals, especially part-time students, and those taking college preparatory courses, will require additional semesters of study.
Humanities/Social Science ElectivesA complete listing of humanities and social science electives can be found in the College Catalog.
It is recommended students starting the program have taken high-school algebra, trigonometry and physics.
Students enrolled in Associate of Applied Business and Associate of Applied Science degree programs are preparing for employment upon graduation from the program. However, at some point many of these students are also interested in completing a bachelor's degree. Students who wish to continue with their education can apply for the Bachelor of Applied Science in Manufacturing Technology Management offered at Clark State. See the Bachelor Degree section of the catalog for more information.
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Nora Hatem Associate Professor, ENG BTEG