Mechanical Design Technology

Mechanical Design Technology

  • Description: The Mechanical Design Major is designed to provide students with the knowledge and cognitive skills necessary for the competent performance as an entry-level mechanical drafter/designer or CAD operator. Employment opportunities exist in a variety of manufacturing companies such as automotive, steel, plastics and others.

Mechanical Design Technology Program Outcomes        
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1. Demonstrate knowledge, techniques, skills, and use of the appropriate tools in ET/mechanical design applications.
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2. Apply math, science, and engineering technology principles to solve problems in ET/mechanical design.
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3. Complete laboratory exercises and write technical lab reports with recommendations for improvement.
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4. Use creativity in the design of mechanical components and systems.
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5. Work productively as an individual and as a member of a problem solving team in an engineering environment.
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6. Recognize problems in mechanical design applications and develop appropriate solutions.
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7. Effectively communicate technical ideas and problem solving decisions with others.
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8. Recognize the need to maintain currency in the mechanical design career field.
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9. Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior.
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10. Demonstrate an understanding of the impact of social and global issues when dealing with technical problems.
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