BSET in Engineering Technology - Concentration in Mechatronics Technology

All courses with an ENGT prefix require that the prerequisite courses (if applicable) are passed with a C- or better grade (1.700/4.000 grade point average).

Foundation & General Ed. Courses
COMM 111Public Speaking3
ENGL 101College English I3
or ENGL 100 English Composition
ENGL 102College English II3
PHIL 385Engineering Ethics 13
WSUE 102AFirst-Year Seminar: Introduction to Technology and Innovation3
Fine arts, social/behavioral sciences & humanities 212
Mathematics/Natural Sciences
CHEM 211General Chemistry I5
or PHYS 214 General College Physics II
MATH 242Calculus I5
MATH 243Calculus II5
PHYS 213General College Physics I5
Engineering Technology Core 3
CS 211Introduction to Programming 44
or MIS 310 Fundamentals of Business Application Development
ENGT 201Introduction to Engineering Technology1
ENGT 312Applied Statics3
ENGT 354Statistical Process Control3
ENGT 401Senior Project I3
ENGT 402Senior Project II3
IME 222Engineering Graphics2
IME 222LGraphics Lab1
IME 255Engineering Economy3
IME 258Manufacturing Methods and Materials I3
Engineer of 2020 program
Completion of the Engineer of 2020 program 5
Total Credit Hours73

Note: Students under the mechatronics concentration will take ENGT 313 to satisfy prerequisite requirements for ENGT 348.

Required Courses for Concentration
CS 194Introduction to Digital Design4
ENGT 313Applied Dynamics (prerequisite for ENGT 348)1
ENGT 323Introduction to Fluids3
ENGT 334Introduction to Strength and Mechanics of Materials3
ENGT 320Circuits Technology with Lab4
ENGT 361Industrial Controls and Instrumentation4
ENGT 497Electrical Machines and Electronic Circuits4
ENGT 410Robotics Technology3
ENGT 411Microcomputer-Based Mechanical Systems Technologies3
ENGT 348Machine Elements3
Technical Electives
Select 15 credit hours of technical electives preapproved by a faculty advisor. Students taking MIS 310 as part of the core courses will need 16 credit hours of technical electives. Please refer to the engineering technology (ET) website or consult with your ET advisor for current list of technical electives.15
Total Credit Hours47

Applied Learning

Students in engineering technology programs are required to complete an applied learning or research experience to graduate from the programs. The requirement can be met by completing the two-course capstone design experience consisting of ENGT 401 and ENGT 402.