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Metropolitan Community College Engineering Technology Program

Engineering Technology Curriculum

MCC Campus(es)
MCC-Business & Technology

Contact:
Civil, Architectural, Mechanical focus: Marcus Million, 816.604.5298

IMPORTANT: Degree and certificate requirements may change! Please consult an academic advisor before enrolling.

Degrees Awarded:

A.A.S. Engineering Technology: Architecture Emphasis

A.A.S. Engineering Technology, Architectural

COLL 100
ENGR 101
First Year Seminar or
Introduction to the Profession
1
General Education Requirements
ENGL 101 Composition and Reading I 3
ENGL 215 Technical Writing 3
COMM 100 Fundamentals of Speech 3
HIST 120
HIST 121
POLS 136
U.S. History to 1865 or
U.S. History since 1865 or
Introduction to U. S. National Politics
3
PHYS 130 General Physics 5
MATH 120
MATH 130
MATH 150
College Algebra and
Trigonometry or higher or
PreCalculus or higher
  5-6
Specific Program Requirements
EHSS 111
EHSS 112
Introduction to Health & Safety for General Industry or
Introduction to Health & Safety for Construction
1
ETEC 152 Engineering Graphics and CADD I 5
ETEC 153 Descriptive Geometry 3
ETEC 170 CADD I, Microstation 3
ETEC 200 Applied Statics and Mechanics 3
ETEC 210 Introduction to Commercial Architecture 3
ETEC 211 Building Information Modeling, REVIT 3
ETEC 265 Introduction to Civil Design 3
ETEC 268 Introduction to Structural Steel Design 3
ETEC 269 CADD II 4
ETEC 290
ETEC 295
Internship in Engineering Technology or
Capstone Project in Engineering Technology
3
SRVY 135 Elementary Surveying 3
Total Credit Hours Required 60-61

A.A.S. Engineering Technology: Civil Engineering Emphasis

A.A.S. Engineering Technology, Civil

COLL 100
ENGR 101
First Year Seminar or
Introduction to the Profession
1
General Education Requirements
ENGL 101 Composition and Reading I 3
ENGL 215 Technical Writing 3
COMM 100 Fundamentals of Speech 3
HIST 120
HIST 121
POLS 136
U.S. History to 1865 or
U.S. History since 1865 or
Introduction to U. S. National Politics
3
MATH 120
MATH 130
MATH 150
College Algebra and
Trigonometry or higher or
PreCalculus or higher
  5-6
PHYS 130 General Physics 5
Specific Program Requirements
EHSS 111 Intro to Health and Safety for General Industry 1
ETEC 152 Engineering Graphics and CADD I 5
ETEC 153 Descriptive Geometry 3
ETEC 200 Applied Statics and Mechanics 3
ETEC 268 Introduction to Structural Design 3
ETEC 269 CADD II 4
ETEC 265 Introduction to Civil Drafting 3
GEOG 120 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems 3
GEOG 220 GIS Database and Design 3
GEOG 224 Applications in Geographic Information Systems 3
SRVY 135 Elementary Surveying 3
Total Credit Hours Required 60-61

A.A.S. Engineering Technology: Computer & Electronics Emphasis

A.A.S. Engineering Technology, Computers & Electronics

COLL 100
ENGR 101
First Year Seminar or
Introduction to the Profession
1
General Education Requirements
ENGL 101 Composition and Reading I 3
ENGL 215 Technical Writing 3
COMM 100 Fundamentals of Speech 3
HIST 120
HIST 121
POLS 136
U.S. History to 1865 or
U.S. History since 1865 or
Introduction to U. S. National Politics
3
MATH 120
MATH 130
MATH 150
College Algebra and
Trigonometry or higher or
PreCalculus or higher
  5-6
CHEM 111
PHYS 130
General College Chemistry I or
General Physics I
5
Specific Program Requirements
CSIS 110 Information Technology Fundamentals 3
CSIS 123 Programming Fundamentals 3
CSIS 223 Object-Oriented Programming 3
EHSS 111
EHSS 112
Intro to Health & Safety for General Industry or
Intro to Health & Safety for Construction
1
ETEC 114 DC Circuit Analysis 4
ETEC 118 AC Circuit Analysis 4
ETEC 130 Digital Electronics 4
ETEC 152 Engineering Graphics & CADD I 5
ETEC 220 Analog Devices 4
ETEC 230 Microcontroller Architecture 4
ETEC 290
ETEC 295
Internship in Engineering Technology or
Capstone Project in Engineering Technology
 3
Electives: Choose one: CSIS or INTE 3-4
Total Credit Hours Required 64-65

A.A.S. Engineering Technology: Mechanical/Manufacturing Emphasis

A.A.S. Engineering Technology, Mechanical/Manufacturing Emphasis

COLL 100 First Year Seminar 1
General Education Requirements
ENGL 101 Composition and Reading I 3
ENGL 215 Technical Writing 3
SPAN 100 Beginning Occupational Spanish 3
COMM 100 Fundamentals of Speech 3
HIST 120
HIST 121
POLS 136
U.S. History to 1865 or
U.S. History since 1865 or
Introduction to U. S. National Politics
3
MATH 120
MATH 130
MATH 150
College Algebra and
Trigonometry or higher or
PreCalculus or higher
  5-6
PHYS 130 General Physics 5
Specific Program Requirements
EHSS 111 Introduction to Health & Safety for General Industry 1
ETEC 152 Engineering Graphics & CADD I 5
ETEC 153 Descriptive Geometry 3
ETEC 200 Applied Statics & Mechanics 3
ETEC 268 Introduction to Structural Steel Design 3
ETEC 269 CADD II 4
ETEC 258 Introduction to Machine Design 3
ETEC 270
ETEC 271
Inventor or
Solidworks
3
ETEC 272
ETEC 273
Advanced Inventor or
Advanced Solidworks
3
CIMM 101 Machine Shop Safety 1
CIMM 102 Basic Lathe Operation 1
CIMM 103 Basic Mill Operation 1
CIMM 121
CIMM 122
CNC Lathe Operation Fundamentals or
CNC Mill Operation Fundamentals
4
WELD 100 Introduction to Welding/Cutting Processes 1
Total Credit Hours Required 62-63

A.A.S. Engineering Technology: Mechatronics

A.A.S. Engineering Technology, Mechatronics

COLL 100 First Year Seminar 1
General Education Requirements
COMM 102 Fundamentals of Human Communication 3
ENGL 101 Composition and Reading I 3
ENGL 215 Technical Writing 3
HIST 120
HIST 121
POLS 136
U.S. History to 1865 or
U.S. History since 1865 or
Introduction to U. S. National Politics
3
MATH 120
MATH 130
MATH 150
College Algebra and
Trigonometry or higher or
PreCalculus or higher
  5-6
PHYS 130
PHYS 220
General Physics or
Engineering Physics 1
5
Specific Program Requirements
EHSS 111
EHSS 112 
Intro to Health & Safety for General Industry or
Intro to Health & Safety for Construction
1
ETEC 114 DC Circuit Analysis 4
ETEC 118 AC Circuit Analysis 4
ETEC 130 Digital Electronics or (PLTW DE) 4
ETEC 220 Analog Devices 4
ETEC 270 Inventor or (PLTW IED) 3
ETEC 290
ETEC 295
Internship in Engineering Technology or
Capstone Project in Engineering Technology
3
Electives. Choose any of the following:
CSIS 112, 113; ETEC 152, 200, 212, 230, 240, 258, 269, 271; Or INTE 101, 270, 271, 272, 273, 281
20
Total Credit Hours Required 66-67
Last Modified: 3/4/20