Plan of Study

PLEASE NOTE: The Plan of Study on this page is presented for general information only. For exact personal plans of study, each student must see his or her academic advisor. Plans of study may change often, while the plan of study received upon entry remains the same for that entering student.

This sample plan of study is effective as of fall 2015

Semester 1

Number Name CR
CGT 16300 Graphical Communication And Spatial Analysis 3
MET 14300 Materials And Processes I 3
MET 16200 Computational Analysis Tools In MET 1
MA 15800 Precalculus- Functions And Trigonometry 3
TECH 12000 Technology And The Individual General Education Elective (IUS) 3
ENG W1310 English Composition (IUS) 3

Semester 2

MA 16010 Applied Calculus I 3
MET 11100 Applied Statics 3
MET 14400 Materials And Processes II 3
MET 10200 Production Design And Specifications 3
SPCH S1210 Public Speaking 3

Semester 3

MET 21100 Applied Strength Of Materials 3
MET 23000 Fluid Power 3
MA 16021 Applied Calculus II And Differential Equations 3
PHYS P2010 General Physics (IUS) 5

Semester 4

MET 21300 Dynamics 3
MET 24500 Manufacturing Systems 3
ECET 22400 Electronic Systems 3
PHYS P2020 Physics II 5
Selective Humanities Selective 3

Semester 5

MET 21400 Machine Elements 3
MET 31300 Applied Fluid Mechanics 3
MET 29000 Special Topics In MET 3
CHEM C101/121 General Chemistry 5
Selective Economics/Finance Selective 3

Semester 6

MET 28400 Introduction To Industrial Controls 3
MET 22000 Heat And Power 3
MET 34600 Advanced Materials In Manufacturing 3
ENG W2340 Technical Report Writing 3
MATH K3000 Statistical Techniques 3

Semester 7

MET 32000 Applied Thermodynamics 3
Elective MET Elective or approved Focus Area Elective 3
Selective Global/Professional Selective 3
Selective TECH/MGMT Selective 3
IET 45100 Monetary Analysis For Industrial Decisions 3

Semester 8

Selective MET Capstone Selective 3
Elective MET Elective or approved Focus Area Elective 3
Selective Technical Selective or approved Focus Area Elective 3
Selective Behavioral/Social Science Selective 3
SPCH S2290 Discussion and Group Methods 3