Mechanical Engineering Tech (MET)
MET 590 INDEPENDENT STUDY
MET 605 EARLY ENGINEERING INTERNSHIP
Prerequisite: Instructor permission or MET graduate standing. Mechanical engineering internship; ethical manufacturing and design considerations; development of oral and written communication skills; technical/nontechnical presentation development; multidisciplinary team environment; techniques for developing and analyzing physical and mathematical models of mechanical and electromechanical systems.
Equivalent Course: MMT 605
MET 611 ADVANCED ENGINEERING MODELING
Prerequisite: ENT 314 or instructor permission. Three-dimensional (3-D) parts and assembly creation; mathematical modeling of mechanical and electromechanical systems; parametric modeling; 3-D solid modeling; simulation of prototype behavior; introduction to finite element concepts.
Equivalent Course: MMT 611
MET 615 SUSTAINABILITY IN DESIGN
Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor and MET Graduate Standing. Sustainable manufacturing and its relationship to larger issues of global warming, energy independence, and social impact; Sustainable manufacturing practices in for-profit enterprises; Continuous improvement using sustainability thinking; Techniques for effective communication about sustainability to internal and external audiences.
Equivalent Course: MMT 615
MET 620 MANAGING ENGINEERING PROJECTS
Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor or MET Graduate Standing. Cost and time estimating and controlling techniques for projects. Evaluation of labor, material, equipment, and subcontract resources, scheduling techniques, earned value concepts. Measuring project percent complete. Contractual risk allocation. Project investment analysis techniques.
Equivalent Course: MMT 620
MET 675 ADVANCED ENGINEERING SYSTEM DESIGN
Prerequisite: MET 605. Application of design concepts in mechanical engineering; conceptual and detailed design process stages; problem definition; design specifications; categorization of designs; modeling and analysis methods; design optimization; economics; reliability; sustainability; intellectual property; manufacturing considerations in design.
Equivalent Course: MMT 675
MET 685 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE INTERNSHIP
Prerequisite: MET 675. Design problem identification and solution development; critical /creative problem solving methods; written/oral presentation and interpersonal communications development; ethical considerations for product design and manufacturing processes; project management strategies.
Equivalent Course: MMT 685
MET 690 MASTER'S PROJECT
Equivalent Course: MMT 690
MET 695 MASTER'S THESIS
Equivalent Course: MMT 695
MET 721 THESIS/PROJECT CONTINUATION