Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Design & Technical Graphics Option (Bachelor of Science, B.S.)
Manufacturing Engineering Technology is the profession in which an understanding and application of a broad range of technologies is necessary for production and control of manufacturing processes. Manufacturing includes methods of production of industrial commodities and consumer products. The manufacturing professional must be able to plan, design, and implement sequence of operations using current technologies to produce products at competitive prices. Four-year B.S. degree graduates qualify for jobs related to production, productivity improvement, and process design. They also qualify for supervisory and managerial positions in plant engineering.
The Design & Technical Graphics option in the B.S. MET program focuses on the computer applications, especially computer aided drafting and design, in industries. It is created to meet the business and industrial trend of more and more computer applications in production.
Program Educational Objectives (BS MET)
- Possess the general knowledge of manufacturing industry such as concepts, terminologies, basic and standard problem-solving techniques.
- Demonstrate the ability to analyze and implement production systems in a manufacturing setting.
- Function effectively in a group environment in the industrial workplace through demonstration of technical and communication skills.
- Understand professional, ethical, and social responsibilities.
- Show respect for diversity and knowledge of contemporary professional, societal and global issues.
- Demonstrate a commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.
- Continue professional development through life-long learning.
- Possess strong background knowledge and skills in computer aided drafting and design in industries.
|Students must complete General Studies courses||42-47|
|CET 270||Electrical Installations||3|
|CET 308||Analysis of Structures||3|
|CET 358||Structural Steel and Wood Design||3|
|EGT 102||Programming for Engineering Technology||3|
|EGT 202||Surveying I||3|
|EGT 205||Computer-Aided Drafting I||3|
|EGT 215||Computer-Aided Drafting II||3|
|EGT 220||Engineering Materials||3|
|EGT 325||Machine Parts and Mechanical Design||3|
|EGT 345||3D Modeling and Design Processes||3|
|EGT 350||Technical Report Writing||3|
|EGT 356||Fluids and Hydraulics||3|
|EGT 370||Financial Aspects of Engineering Projects||2|
|EGT 490||Engineering Technology Internship||4|
|MET 111||Manufacturing Processes||2|
|MET 260||Mechanics of Materials||4|
|MET 315||Mechanical Systems||3|
|ART 100||Introduction to Art||3|
|ART 110||Beginning Drawing I||3|
|ART 120||Two-Dimensional Design||3|
|MAT 116||College Algebra||3|
|MAT 147||Applied Calculus||5|
|PHY 110||College Physics I||4|
- Earn a minimum of 120 credit hours (100 level and higher, maximum of 6 CED credit hours applicable).
- Earn a minimum of 30 credit hours in upper-division courses. Lower-division transfer courses accepted as meeting upper-division departmental course requirements cannot be used to fulfill this requirement.
- Earn 30 of the last 45 credit hours at MWSU in institutional coursework (exclusive of credit by examination).
- Participate in required departmental and campus wide assessments.
- Earn a grade of C or higher in all CET, EGT, and MET prefix major coursework.
- Earn an overall GPA of at least 2.0 and a major GPA of at least 2.0.
- Fulfill the Missouri Constitution requirement.