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2019-2020


Mechatronics Engineering Technology Associate in Applied Science Degree A40350 Mechatronics Engineering Technology (40350) CIP 15.0403

Last updated on Nov. 13, 2019, 12:06 p.m.

The following is a suggested program of study for completing this degree in five semesters. Some students' programs of study may be different, depending on their enrollment status (day, evening, full-time or part-time).

The symbol denotes a core course that may not be substituted.


First Year Fall:

Take the following courses.


Take one of the following computer application courses.


Take one of the following fluid mechanics courses.


Take one of the following math courses.

Credits: 14-16


First Year Spring:

Take the following courses.


Take one of the following drawing courses.

Credits: 16


First Year Summer:

Take three semester hour credits from the following humanities/fine arts courses.


Take three semester hour credits from the following social/behavioral sciences courses.

ANT-210 General Anthropology
3.00
ANT-220 Cultural Anthropology
3.00
ANT-230 Physical Anthropology
3.00
ANT-230A Physical Anthropology Lab
1.00
ANT-240 Archaeology
3.00
ANT-240A Archaeology Field Lab
2.00
ECO-151 Survey of Economics
3.00
ECO-251 Principles of Microeconomics
3.00
ECO-252 Principles of Macroeconomics
3.00
GEO-111 World Regional Geography
3.00
GEO-112 Cultural Geography
3.00
GEO-130 General Physical Geography
3.00
HIS-111 World Civilizations I
3.00
HIS-112 World Civilizations II
3.00
HIS-122 Western Civilization II
3.00
HIS-131 American History I
3.00
HIS-132 American History II
3.00
HIS-162 Women and History
3.00
HIS-163 The World Since 1945
3.00
HIS-221 African-American History
3.00
HIS-226 The Civil War
3.00
HIS-236 North Carolina History
3.00
POL-120 American Government
3.00
POL-130 State & Local Government
3.00
POL-220 International Relations
3.00
PSY-110 Life Span Development
3.00
PSY-118 Interpersonal Psychology
3.00
PSY-150 General Psychology
3.00
PSY-211 Psychology of Adjustment
3.00
PSY-237 Social Psychology
3.00
PSY-239 Psychology of Personality
3.00
PSY-241 Developmental Psychology
3.00
PSY-243 Child Psychology
3.00
PSY-246 Adolescent Psychology
3.00
PSY-249 Psychology of Aging
3.00
PSY-259 Human Sexuality
3.00
PSY-263 Educational Psychology
3.00
PSY-275 Health Psychology
3.00
PSY-281 Abnormal Psychology
3.00
SOC-210 Introduction to Sociology
3.00
SOC-213 Sociology of the Family
3.00
SOC-220 Social Problems
3.00
SOC-230 Race and Ethnic Relations
3.00
SOC-234 Sociology of Gender
3.00
SOC-240 Social Psychology
3.00
SOC-242 Sociology of Deviance
3.00
SOC-250 Sociology of Religion
3.00

Credits: 6


Second Year Fall:

Take the following courses.


Take one of the following physics courses.


Take 5 semester hour credits from the MAJOR ELECTIVES course list located at the end of this program.

Credits: 15


Second Year Spring:

Take the following courses.


Take 6 semester hour credits from the MAJOR ELECTIVES course list located at the end of this program.

Credits: 13


MAJOR ELECTIVES Course List:

Select a minimum of 11 semester hour credits (SHC) from the following courses. No more than a total of 9 SHC of MAT may be taken for this program, including General Education and Major Electives. Up to 4 SHC of WBL courses/combination of courses may be taken. Courses selected for CORE courses cannot count toward the required Major Electives.

AHR-110 Introduction to Refrigeration
5.00
AHR-112 Heating Technology
4.00
ALT-120 Renewable Energy Technologies
3.00
ATR-281 Automated Manufacturing
4.00
BPR-111 Print Reading
2.00
BPR-121 Blueprint Reading-Mechanical
2.00
BPR-130 Print Reading-Construction
3.00
BPR-230 Commercial Blueprints
2.00
BUS-110 Introduction to Business
3.00
BUS-115 Business Law I
3.00
BUS-121 Business Math
3.00
CCT-112 Ethics & High Technology
3.00
CHM-151 General Chemistry I
4.00
CHM-152 General Chemistry II
4.00
CIS-110 Introduction to Computers
3.00
CIS-115 Intro to Programming & Logic
3.00
CIV-240 Project Management
3.00
CMT-120 Codes and Inspections
3.00
CMT-210 Construction Management Fundamentals
3.00
CMT-212 Total Safety Performance
3.00
CSC-134 C++ Programming
3.00
CSC-139 Visual BASIC Programming
3.00
CSC-151 JAVA Programming
3.00
CTI-110 Web, Programming, and DatabaseFoundation
3.00
CTI-120 Network and Security Foundation
3.00
CTI-140 Virtualization Concepts
3.00
CTS-115 Information Systems Business Concepts
3.00
CTS-120 Hardware/Software Support
3.00
CTS-130 Spreadsheet
3.00
DBA-110 Database Concepts
3.00
DBA-120 Database Programming I
3.00
DFT-111 Technical Drafting I
2.00
DFT-111A Technical Drafting I Lab
1.00
DFT-112 Technical Drafting II
2.00
DFT-112A Technical Drafting II Lab
1.00
DFT-121 Introduction to GD&T
2.00
DFT-151 CAD I
3.00
DFT-154 Intro to Solid Modeling
3.00
DFT-254 Intermediate Solid Modeling & Rendering
3.00
EGR-110 Intro to Engineering Tech
2.00
EGR-115 Intro to Technology
3.00
EGR-125 Appl Software for Tech
2.00
EGR-150 Introduction to Engineering
2.00
EGR-251 Statics
3.00
EGR-252 Strength of Materials
3.00
ELC-113 Residential Wiring
4.00
ELC-115 Industrial Wiring
4.00
ELC-117 Motors and Controls
4.00
ELC-118 National Electrical Code
2.00
ELC-119 NEC Calculations
2.00
ELC-215 Electrical Maintenance
3.00
ELN-131 Analog Electronics I
4.00
ELN-132 Analog Electronics II
4.00
ELN-133 Digital Electronics
4.00
ELN-150 Computer-Aided Drafting for Electronics
2.00
ELN-232 Introduction to Microprocessors
4.00
ELN-234 Communication Systems
4.00
ELN-260 Prog Logic Controllers
4.00
EPT-120 Sociology of Disaster
3.00
EPT-140 Emergency Management
3.00
EPT-150 Incident Management
3.00
HYD-110 Hydraulics/Pneumatics I
3.00
ISC-113 Industrial Specifications
1.00
ISC-115 Construction Safety
2.00
ISC-121 Environmental Health & Safety
3.00
ISC-132 Manufacturing Quality Control
3.00
ISC-135 Principles of Industrial Management
4.00
ISC-136 Productivity Analysis I
3.00
ISC-214 Job Analysis/Wages & Salary
3.00
ISC-220 Lean Manufacturing
3.00
ISC-225 Facility Layout
4.00
ISC-237 Quality Management
3.00
ISC-243 Production and Operations Management I
3.00
ISC-255 Engineering Economy
3.00
MAC-111 Machining Technology I
6.00
MAC-114 Introduction to Metrology
2.00
MAT-171 Precalculus Algebra
4.00
MAT-172 Precalculus Trigonometry
4.00
MAT-271 Calculus I
4.00
MEC-110 Introduction to CAD/CAM
2.00
MEC-111 Machine Processes I
3.00
MEC-142 Physical Metallurgy
2.00
MEC-145 Manufacturing Materials I
3.00
MEC-231 Computer-Aided Manufacturing I
3.00
MEC-232 Computer-Aided Manufacturing II
3.00
MEC-265 Fluid Mechanics
3.00
MKT-120 Principles of Marketing
3.00
MKT-123 Fundamentals of Selling
3.00
MKT-220 Advertising and Sales Promotion
3.00
MSM-110 Intro to Motorsports Mgmt
3.00
MSM-210 Motorsports Marketing
3.00
MSM-216 Organization Mobility
2.00
NET-125 Introduction to Networks
3.00
NET-126 Routing Basics
3.00
NET-175 Wireless Technology
3.00
NOS-120 Linux/UNIX Single User
3.00
NOS-130 Windows Single User
3.00
NOS-230 Windows Administration I
3.00
OMT-240 Customers and Products
3.00
OMT-241 Logistics
3.00
OMT-243 Support Functions
3.00
PHY-131 Physics-Mechanics
4.00
PHY-132 Physics-Electricity & Magnetism
4.00
PHY-151 College Physics I
4.00
PHY-152 College Physics II
4.00
PHY-251 General Physics I
4.00
SEC-110 Security Concepts
3.00
SEC-150 Secure Communications
3.00
SEC-160 Security Administration I
3.00
SST-140 Green Building and Design Concepts
3.00
TRN-110 Introduction to Transport Technology
2.00
TRN-120 Basic Transportation Electricity
5.00
WBL-110 World of Work
1.00
WBL-111 Work-Based Learning I
1.00
WBL-112 Work-Based Learning I
2.00
WBL-121 Work-Based Learning II
1.00
WBL-122 Work-Based Learning II
2.00
WEB-110 Internet/Web Fundamentals
3.00
WEB-111 Introduction to Web Graphics
3.00
WEB-115 Web Markup and Scripting
3.00
WLD-110 Cutting Processes
2.00
WLD-112 Basic Welding Processes
2.00
WLD-115 SMAW (Stick) Plate
5.00
Note:

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Major Electives-CHM 151

Beginning Fall 2018, CHM 151 has a corequisite of MAT 171; if you select CHM 151 as one of your Major Electives, you must also select MAT 171 as either your math course or as another of your Major Electives, or have credit for MAT 171.


Total Credits To Complete
64-65