MET 250 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY PROJECT

Course Number & Name:  MET 250 Mechanical Engineering Technology Project

Credit Hours:  2.0             Contact Hours:   3.0         Lecture:  1.0       Lab:  2.0                Other:  N/A

Prerequisites
Co-requisites: 
Concurrent Courses: Grades of “C” or better in MET 202 and MET 211

Course Description: This course is taught in a lecture and demonstration format within the confines of a specialized laboratory. The student completes a comprehensive project which includes the various aspects of Mechanical/Manufacturing Engineering Technology. The project must encompass a wide range of topics such as design, CAD, production planning, material handling, machining, quality control and inspection.

<!–Course Goals: Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to do the following:

  1. conduct internet research;
  2. explain ethics and professionalism in engineering;
  3. develop Computer Numerical Control (CNC) programs using the Preparatory Code (G) and Miscellaneous Code (M);
  4. complete design projects using AutoCAD, Inventor, and MasterCAM;
  5. program a robot; and
  6. operate the CNC machines.

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