BSMET Program Curriculum
The Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology curriculum requires the successful completion of 133 credits. It includes mathematics, basic sciences, english composition and communications, humanities and social sciences, and technical courses. The curricula consist of an integrated sequence of undergraduate courses emphasizing the application of engineering and scientific knowledge, methods, technology and technical skills appropriate to the discipline.
The program prepares students to apply the principles of mechanics and energy to the design, manufacturing and operation of machinery and other mechanical devices. Employment opportunities for mechanical engineering technologists are in power generation, process control, production supervision, plant operation, manufacturing, quality assurance and reliability testing, test and field services, automotive industry, heating, ventilating and air conditioning.
Required technical courses include Graphics, Computer-Aided Drafting, Circuits, Manufacturing Processes, Statics, Engineering Practices, Graphics and Design, Digital System Design, Mechanical Measurement and Devices, Strength of Materials, Programming Languages in Engineering, Electronics, Materials Technology, Applied Thermodynamics, Dynamics, Electrical Energy Conversion, Stress and Vibration Analysis, Fluid Mechanics, Mechanical Technology Design, Instrumentation, Engineering Statistics and Reliability, Process and Electromechanical Control Systems, Management and Engineering Economics, Industrial Automation and Mechanical Technology Design Project. Technical electives include Optical Technology and Manufacturing Systems.