Engineering Technology Program Requirements

Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV)

Engineering technology education focuses primarily on the applied aspects of science and engineering aimed at preparing graduates for practice in that portion of the technological spectrum closest to product improvement, manufacturing, robotics, unmanned systems, and engineering operational functions.

The NMC Engineering Technology degree offers students a broad-based curriculum across all areas of technical education, preparing the graduates for emerging job markets and highly technical fields. The program is designed to allow students to focus on areas of interest or specialize in one of seven technical specializations: Automation and Robotics, Computers, Electronics, Marine, Photonics, Unmanned Aerial Systems, and Unmanned Ground Vehicles.

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Effective: Fall 2017

General Education Requirements Credits: 21-22

Class

Credits

Communications: ENG 111 and either ENG 112 or ENG 220 or BUS 231

7-8

Humanities: PHL 105

3

Math competency: Placement into MTH 140 or higher, or completion of MTH 121

4

Science: PHY 105

4

Social Science: GEO 115

3

Core Requirements Credits: 21

Class

Credits

DD 170 Computer Modeling

4

EET 102 Intro to Engineering Technology

2

EET 103 Electrical Studies I

3

MFG 103 Manufacturing Processes

3

MFG 104 Fluid Power

3

RAM 155 Microcontroller Programming

3

RAM 205 Microcontroller Systems

3

Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGV) Technology: 17 Credits (model schedule)

Class

Credits

AT 130 Engine Performance I

5

AT 220 Automotive Electrical II

5

AT 240 Unmanned Ground Vehicles

4

EET 260 System Engineering in Practice

3


Program Requirements: Minimum credits: 61, contact hours: 74

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