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Mechanical Engineering Technology Diploma (D40320)

Location(s): Carrington-Scott Campus (Graham Campus)

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Students enrolled in the Mechanical Engineering Technology Diploma will receive training in the proper use of mechanical design techniques including both 2D and 3D applications, statics, fluid mechanics, machine design as well as instruction in quality control and machining. Students will use acquired skills to generate 3D printed models and complete individual class projects. In this program a student will receive substantial instruction on techniques and procedures along with anemphasis on prototyping and simulations using SolidWorks software. High achievers will also successfully pass design certification exams including but not limited to the Certified SolidWorks Associate and Certified SolidWorks Professional exams (CSWA & CSWP). Graduates of the curriculum will find employment opportunities as solid modelers, engineering techs, quality control techs etc., in the manufacturing or service sectors of engineering technology.

First Year

Fall 1st Semester

Semester Total: 26 Contact Hour(s)

Semester Total: 15 Credit Hour(s)

Spring 2nd Semester

Semester Total: 20 Contact Hour(s)

Semester Total: 14 Credit Hour(s)

Summer 3rd Semester

Semester Total: 14 Contact Hour(s)

Semester Total: 9 Credit Hour(s)

Second Year

Fall 4th Semester

Semester Total: 12 Contact Hour(s)

Semester Total: 8 Credit Hour(s)

Total: 72 Contact Hour(s)

Total: 46 Credit Hour(s)

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