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Engineering Technologies (ENGT)
These courses are part of the Engineering Technologies program and are intended to assist students with completing the requirements of an Associate of Applied Science degree in AVI, EET, EMEC, MECH and QUAL.
ENGT 1100 Intro to Eng. Technology (A, SP, SU)
This course is designed to introduce the beginning student to the department and engineering technology in general. Career options, engineer interviews, and plant tours as well, as hands on experiences in the different disciplines, are included in the course.
Lecture 1 hour - Lab 2 hours
This course covers basic blueprint reading, sketching, drafting, and beginning AutoCAD. It is the pre-requisite to MECH 1145 (2D CAD).
Lecture 1 hour - Lab 4 hours Lab fee: $22.00
This course will cover the kinematic motion of machines and basic machine mechanisms (gears, belts, sprockets, bearings, clutches, couplings, springs, etc). It will also examine the basic drives of such mechanisms (electric motors and hydraulic & pneumatic actuators).
Lecture 3 hours - Lab 3 hours
Prerequisite: ENGT 1115 Lab fee: $33.00