Campus Location: Peosta
Program Entry: Fall
Award: Associate of Applied Science
The Mechanical Engineering Technology program prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills to support engineers engaged in the design and development phases of a wide variety of projects involving mechanical systems. The program provides the high demand skills sets necessary to assist in the development, implementation and analysis of engineering projects and processes. Program students will receive training in a comprehensive program of study and will be required to complete an internship and design project intended to apply the technical knowledge gained in the classroom to actual engineering projects and processes.
In addition to the College admission requirements outlined, a program applicant must be a high school graduate or equivalent and meet the minimum entrance requirements on a basic skills assessment for placement in MAT:744 Technical Math or higher. Candidates who fail to meet the program requirements will be referred to program faculty for further assessment prior to a final admission decision being rendered.
|BCA:212||Intro to Computer Applications||3.0|
|CAD:104||Computer Aided Drafting||3.0|
|EGT:114||Intro to Engineering Technology||3.0|
|EGT:172||Manufacturing Processes I||4.0|
|EGT:166||Parametric Modeling I||2.0|
|EGT:308||Machine Design and Geometry||2.0|
|EGT:173||Manufacturing Processes II||2.0|
|MAT:747||Technical Math II||4.0|
|EGT:801||Mechanical Engineering Internship||3.0|
|PSY:112||Psychology of Human Relations||3.0|
|EGT:123||Strength of Materials||3.0|
|EGT:309||Dynamics and Kinematics||3.0|
|EGT:268||Manufacturing Processes III||4.0|
|General Education Elective||3.0|
|EGT:306||Technical Project Management||2.0|
|(Internship if not previously completed).||
Technical Electives may include: EGT:235, EGT:266, ELE:172, ELT:123, EGT:xxx approved Project Lead the Way® courses.
$33,721 - $44,319
Manufacturing Systems Designer
Northeast Iowa Community College maintains articulation agreements with many area colleges and universities. The Mechanical Engineering Technology program has an official articulation in place with the University of Northern Iowa.
Dean of Arts & Sciences, Peosta
800.728.7367, ext 207