Manufacturing Engineering Technology Courses

Manufacturing Engineering Technology program encompasses all manufacturing operations. Students in manufacturing engineering technology compete a core of courses in mathematics, science, and electives in an area of specialization. The use of computers in process instrumentation and control, materials in handling, and inspection is emphasized in this program.

General Requirements, 24 hrs

CHEM 111 - General Chemistry 1
CS 120 - Computer Science 1
MATHS 161 - Applied Calculus 1
MATHS 162 - Applied Calculus 2
MATHS 181 - Elementary Probability and Statistics
PHYCS 110 - General Physics 1
PHYCS 112 - General Physics 2

 

Manufacturing Requirements, 42 hrs

ITMFG 105 - Technical Design Graphics
ITMFG 161 - Introduction to Manufacturing Industries
ITMFG 205 - Computer-Aided Design
ITMFG 225 - Industrial Plastics
ITMFG 233 - Machine Tools
ITMFG 262 - Manufacturing Materials
ITMFG 265 - Applied Quality Control
ITMFG 270 - Industrial Electronics
ITMFG 301 - Automation and Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems
ITMFG 334 - Welding and Foundry
ITMFG 335 - Applied Mechanics
ITMFG 340 - Fluid Power: Hydraulic Systems
ITMFG 371 - Microprocessor to Machine Interfacing
ITMFG 463 - Manufacturing Planning and Controls

 Approved Technical Electives, 12 hours

(Must include 6 hour capstone experience approved by advisor)