The Mechanical Engineering Technology A.S. degree prepares graduates for career . Relevant positions include engineering technician, CAD technician, maintenance technician, facilities manager, manufacturing technician, operations technician, lab technician, technical sales and other endeavors related to mechanical components and systems. The program emphasizes how things work, and the role technicians can play in design, development, testing, and manufacturing of mechanical devices.
18 annual completers
Application of principles of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing;
Use of computer aided drafting and design software;
Selection, set-up, and calibration of measurement tools/instrumentation;
Preparation of laboratory reports and systems documentation associated with development, installation, or maintenance of mechanical components and systems;
Basic familiarity and use of industry codes, specifications, and standards;
Use of basic engineering mechanics; and
An integrating or capstone experience utilizing skills acquired in the program.
The 60 unit degree includes 6 required Engineering courses [20 units], 16 - 20 units of additional discipline related coursework (PHYS 2BG, ENGR 40, ENGR 40T, ENGR 41, ENGR 41T, ENGR 42, ENGR 44, ENGR 50A, ENGR 50B, ENGR 285, CHEM 50, CHEM 55), and the remaining balance of transferrable general education coursework.
|ENGR 1||Introduction to Engineering||2||S1|
|ENGR 1C||Engineering Critical Thinking||3||S1|
|ENGR 6 or 7||Introduction to Engineering Programming Concepts and Methodologies or Programming Applications for Engineers||4||S2|
|ENGR 8||Properties pf Materials||4||S2|
|ENGR 18||Introduction to Engineering Graphics||3||S1|
|ENGR 24||Engineering Graphics||4||S2|