Curriculum Information Guide
Mechanical Engineering TechnologyDr. Hazem Tawfik, Co-Chair
Dr. Jeff Hung, Co-Chair
Mechanical Engineering Technology Dept.
School of Engineering Technology
Associate in Applied Science Degree
This program is taught in well-equipped laboratories, utilizing the latest high speed PC computers to write analysis and design programs, construct drawings, and machine space age materials for commercial and industrial applications.
The mechanical engineering technology field is rich with opportunities for students with a broad range of interests, motivations and abilities. Graduates are well prepared for positions in four areas: Manufacturing & Production – including tool design, process specification, computerized numerical (CNC), quality control, and materials handling; Mechanical Design – including computer aided design and drafting (CADD), design specification and manufacturability. Material Science – including material specification, corrosion, corrosion control and failure analysis. Graduates are employed as technicians in companies which manufacture equipment used in hospitals, dental offices, computers, automobiles, aircraft, ships, buildings, highways, electronics, heating and air conditioning, prosthetics, physical therapy and bar coding. The power generation industry and heating, ventilating and air conditioning industries also employ our graduates as technicians.
All theory and laboratory courses are based on studies made of graduates in industry, advice from our Industrial Advisory Committee and accreditation requirements of the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ETAC/ABET). Graduates are automatically accepted into our Bachelor programs in Manufacturing Engineering Technology, Facility Management Technology or Mechanical Engineering Technology.
Typical Employment Opportunities
Tool Designer Cad Operator
Quality Control Specialist
Computer Aided Designer
Utility Co. Technician
Mechanical Engineering Technology (AAS) Program Outcomes:
- Graduates will have the knowledge and skills to enter careers in the design, installation, manufacturing, testing, operating, evaluation, technical sales, or maintenance of mechanical systems.
- Graduates will develop and maintain the knowledge and skills needed to identify, formulate and solve problems throughout their careers and will be able to enter the B.S. degree programs in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology.
- Graduates will exhibit an understanding of the necessity for personal integrity, ethical behavior, cultural awareness and lifelong learning.
|Fall 2017- Subject to Revision|
|Liberal Arts and Sciences||(31 credits)|
|EGL 101 Composition I: College Writing (GE)||3|
|EGL 102 Composition II: Writing About Literature||3|
|Basic Communication (GE)||3|
|Social and Behavioral Science (GE)||6|
|MTH 129 Precalculus with Applications (GE)||4|
|MTH 130 Calculus I with Applications (GE)||4|
|PHY 135 College Physics I (GE)||4|
|PHY 136 College Physics II (GE)||4|
|Required: Mechanical Engineering Technology||(36 credits)|
|MET 104 Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD)||3|
|MET 109 Computer Programming and Applications||2|
|MET 117 Manufacturing Processes||2|
|MET 127 Advanced Manufacturing Processes||2|
|MET 201 Statics||3|
|MET 205W Material Science||3|
|MET 206 Strength of Materials||3|
|MET 207 Tool Design||3|
|MET 212 Applied Fluid Mechanics||3|
|MET 230 Electrical Principles||3|
|MET 251 Numerical Control||3|
|MET 252 Quality Control||3|
* Technical Elective must be selected from MET and IND courses.
A minimum of 67 credits is required.
Degree Type: AAS
Total Required Credits: 67
Admission to Farmingdale State College - State University of New York is based on the qualifications of the applicant without regard to age, sex, marital or military status, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, disability or sexual orientation.