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Applied Engineering Technology (AAS.MECH)

Mechatronics is a growing field that integrates electrical, mechanical, and digital control systems. Graduates create, maintain, and repair the latest equipment used in manufacturing and industrial settings. This program provides a combination of technical and scientific skills which enables graduates to work in a variety of settings. Instructional courses include: electricity, digital and linear circuits, numerical control, programmable logic controllers, as well as fluid power and mechanical systems.

Program requirements may change over time. Specific degree/graduation requirements are determined by a degree audit.
FIRST YEAR
First Semester   Hours
EET-040 Basic Electronics (Module 1)  
2.5
EET-050 Electric Circuits I (Module 2)
2.5
CAD-056 CAD I  
2.0
ENG-050 Writing for Industry  
3.0
EET-056 Electronic Design/Fabrication  
3.0
TEC-050 Technical Math I
2.0
TEC-052 Technical Math II
2.0
SEMESTER TOTALS 17.0
Second Semester
EET-076 Digital Logic
3.0
EET-052 Solid State Devices
4.0
IND-044 Fluid Power  
3.0
HED-178 Responding to Emergencies  
2.0
TEC-054 Technical Math III
2.0
MET-045 Mechanical Drive Systems  
2.0
TEC-043 Industrial Safety  
1.0
SEMESTER TOTALS 17.0
SECOND YEAR
First Semester   Hours
EET-048 Digital Circuits  
3.0
EET-078 Linear Electronics
3.0
EET-086 Prog Logic Controllers I
2.0
EET-081 Microcontroller Applications
3.0
Technical Elective  
2.0
TEL-051 Networking Basics
3.0
SEMESTER TOTALS 16.0
Second Semester
CAD-060 3D Solid Modeling  
3.0
SPE-111 Intro to Speech Communication  
3.0
EET-075 HMI-Human Machine Interface  
2.0
Social Science Elective  
3.0
TEC-056 Technical Math IV
2.0
EET-085 Electronic Projects  
2.0
SEMESTER TOTALS 15.0
TOTAL PROGRAM HOURS 65.00