Mechanical Drafting, Design & Engineering Technology Curriculum

Associate in Applied Science Degree

This curriculum is accurate for 2013-2014 fall starts. Go here for 2012-2013.

SEM TERM COURSE NO. COURSE TITLE CREDITS CLASS HOURS
PER WEEK
1 Fall ECON1410 Introduction to Economic Principles 3 3
1 Fall ENGL1460 Technical Writing 3 3
1 Fall MEDR1601 Engineering Drawing I 3 5
1 Fall MEDR1602 Engineering Drawing II 3 5
1 Fall MEDR1608 Rapid Prototype Operations 1 2
1 Fall MEDR1615 Computer Assisted Drafting 2-D 4 6
      Semester Total 17 24
2 Spr MACH1502 Basic Machining Processes 3 5
2 Spr MATH1420 College Algebra 3 3
2 Spr MATH1431 Geometry 3 3
2 Spr MEDR1609 Engineering Drawing III 5 9
2 Spr MEDR1618 Computer Assisted Drafting 3-D 3 4
      Semester Total 17 24
3 Smr MACH2523 Intro. to Computer Aided Manufacturing 3 5
3 Smr MEDR2703 Practicum 3 9
      Semester Total 6 14
4 Fall COMM1440 Communicating for Results 2 2
4 Fall MATH1432 Principles of Trigonometry 3 3
4 Fall MEDR2610 Machine Design (with CAD) 3 5
4 Fall MFGT1550 Engineering Drafting 2 4
4 Fall MFGT1560 Mechatronics I 3 4
4 Fall PHYS1407 College Physics I 3 3
4 Fall PHYS1408 College Physics I Lab 1 2
      Semester Total 17 23
5 Spr MACH1625 Blueprint Reading/Geo Tolerancing II 3 3
5 Spr MACH2612 Jig & Fixture Design 2 2
5 Spr MEDR2601 Product Design (with CAD) 4 7
5 Spr MEDR2615 Applied Statics & Strengths of Material 3 3
5 Spr WELD1620 Blueprint Reading II 3 4
      Semester Total 15 19
      Program Total 72 104

Note: AAS degrees must have Gen. Ed. courses from three goal areas and AS degrees from six goal areas of the MN Transfer Curriculum.

Visit with advisor or refer to Degree Audit Report for elective options.

This course sequence is an example.