DEPARTMENT: Mechanical ... MECH 1233. Statics and Strength of Materials. 3.
MECH 1240. Computer Applications in Mechanical Engineering Technology. 2.
Mechanical Engineering Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology BTech
General Education Common Core: 44-46 Credits 1
I – Required Core (4 courses, 14-15 credits) English (2 courses, 6 credits) ENG 1101 English Composition I* ENG 1121 English Composition II*
Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning (1 course, 4 credits) 2 MAT 1375 Precalculus or higher*
Life/ Physical Science (1 course, 4-5 credits) Select one of the following courses PHY 1433 Physics 1.2* PHY 1441 Physics 1.3*
II – Flexible Core (6 courses, 20-21 credits) Select two additional courses from approved lists in categories not met at associate level (6 credits)*
World Cultures and Global Issues US Experience in its Diversity Creative Expression Individual and Society 1
Specific courses listed indicate double duty courses, i.e., program degree requirements that also meet general education requirements in that category. Students without the requisite math background to enter Math 1375 must take MAT 1175, and/or 1275 in preparation, depending on initial placement. This will increase the number of required credits for the degree by 4-8. 2
Scientific World Select one of the following courses PHY 1434 Physics 2.2* or PHY 1442 Physics 2.3*
One additional course from any group MAT 1475 Calculus I or higher*
*Courses required for associate degree III - College Option credits (10 credits): One course in speech/ oral communication Any from approved list 3 One interdisciplinary liberal arts and sciences course Any from approved list 3 Additional liberal arts credits to reach a minimum of 42 credits in general education. In meeting their general education requirements overall, students 3 must take at least one advanced liberal arts course or two sequential courses in a foreign language MAT 1575 Calculus II or higher 4 Writing Intensive Requirement. Students at New York City College of Technology must complete two courses designated WI for the associate level, one from gen ed and one from the major; and two additional courses designated WI for the baccalaureate level, one from gen ed and one from the major. Program-Specific Degree Requirements Associate level courses: 36 credits MECH 1101 Manufacturing Processes Laboratory MECH 1201 Computer-Aided Manufacturing Systems MECH 1222 Computer-Aided Engineering Graphics MECH 1233 Statics and Strength of Materials MECH 1240 Computer Applications in Mechanical Engineering Technology MECH 2322 Engineering Materials 3
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An “advanced” course is at the 2000 level or higher and has a prerequisite in the same or a closely-related discipline. Examples of courses with pre-requisites in closely related disciplines are: ECON 1101 + SOC 3301; PSY 1101 + SOC 2403.
MECH 2333 MECH 2335 MECH 2410 MECH 2900 MECH 2426 MECH 2430 IND 1112 IND 2304 EET 1122 ENG 1101 ENG 1121 MAT 1375 PHY 1433 or PHY 1441 PHY 1434 PHY 1442 MAT 1475
Strength of Materials II Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines Machine Design or Internship to Mechanical Engineering Technology Materials Testing Laboratory Thermodynamics Engineering Drawing I Advanced Solids Modeling Networks I English Composition I English Composition II 4 Precalculus or higher Physics 1.2 Physics 1.3 Physics 2.2 or Physics 2.3 Calculus I or higher
Baccalaureate level courses: 41 credits MECH 3500 Computer Programming and Applications MECH 3510 Advanced Solid Modeling II MECH 3600 Mechanical Measurements and Instrumentation MECH 3650 Advanced Strength of Materials MECH 4700 Fluid Mechanics MECH 4730 Finite Element Methods MECH 4760 Vibration and Advanced Dynamics MECH 4850 Senior Design Project MECH 4860 Project Management 4
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Students without the requisite math background to enter Math 1375 must take MAT 1175, and/or 1275 in preparation, depending on initial placement. This will increase the number of required credits for the degree by 4-8.
MAT 1575 MAT 2680
Calculus II Differential Equations
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In addition to the above, students must complete either the general concentration in Mechanical Engineering Technology by completing 12 credits from the first list below, or the concentration in Manufacturing Systems by completing 12 credits from the second list below. General Concentration MECH 3520 Rapid Prototyping MECH 3550 Simulation and Visualization MECH 3610 Product Design I MECH 4710 Product Design II MECH 4800 Advanced 3D Animation
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Manufacturing Systems MECH 3530 Advanced Engineering Materials MECH 3540 Manufacturing Systems MECH 3620 Advanced Manufacturing Processes MECH 4720 Plastics Product Manufacturing MECH 4820 Computer-Integrated Manufacturing
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Total program-specific required and elective courses: Total General Education/ NYSED Liberal Arts and Science credits: Total Credits for Degree:
77 44-46 121-123