Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Associate
The manufacturing engineering technology associate’s degree program prepares you to work with traditional and modern manufacturing equipment and methods in today’s high-tech manufacturing environment. Graduates will have theoretical and practical knowledge in traditional manufacturing processes such as turning, milling, foundry and welding along with newer technologies such as robotics, CAD (computer-aided drafting), and CAM (computer-aided manufacturing).
Throughout the program, students acquire cross-disciplinary skills in manufacturing, computer applications, electronics and mechanical technology that are in high demand in industry.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Communicate in a technical environment
- Analyze mechanical systems by applying math, science, and/or engineering equations and techniques
- Use technical tools to solve engineering problems
|CHEM 108||Applied Chemistry||3|
|CHEM 109||Applied Chemistry Lab||1|
|EGEE 125||Digital Fundamentals||4|
|EGET 270||Applied Electricity||4|
|EGET 275||Applied Electronics||4|
|EGME 110||Manufacturing Processes||3|
|EGME 141||Solid Modeling||3|
|EGME 240||Assembly Modeling and GD&T||3|
|EGMT 225||Statics, Strength of Materials||4|
|EGNR 101||Introduction to Engineering||2|
|EGNR 265||C Programming||3|
|MATH 111||College Algebra (C or better required)||3|
|MATH 131||College Trigonometry (C or better required)||3|
|MATH 207||Prin of Statistical Methods||3|
|PHYS 221||Principles of Physics I||4|
|Select 2 credits from any EGXX courses 1||2|
General Education: All LSSU Associate’s degree candidates must complete the LSSU General Education Requirements.
A minimum of 62 credits (at the 100 level or higher) must be earned for graduation with a cumulative gpa of 2.00 or higher. A gpa of 2.00 or higher is also required in your Major, as well as in your General Education Requirements.