MET 211  Strength of Materials  (2-6-4)
    Offered Fall and Spring Semesters
    Prerequisites:  EGR 194 or EGR 260
    Co-requisites (required):  MAT 120 or MAT 140
    This course covers externally applied forces and internally induced stresses in structural members and machine components.  Materials selection and sizing components to meet requirements are included.  Stress/strain relationships for parts under various loading conditions including combined stresses (Mohr's) with application to beams, columns, and mechanical components are covered.

    MET 213  Dynamics  (2-3-3)
    Offered Spring and Summer Semesters
    Pre- or Co-requisites (required):  EGR 194 or EGR 260 and EGT 151 or EGT 152 or EGR 210 or EGR 275 (prerequisite preferred)
    This course includes the motion of rigid bodies and the forces that produce or change their motion.  Rectilinear and rotational motion is covered as well as the concepts of work, power, energy, impulse, momentum and impact in relation to machine and mechanisms.

    MET 214  Fluid Mechanics  (2-3-3)
    Offered Fall and Spring Semesters
    Prerequisite:  MAT 110 or MAT 178
    This course is a study of the physical properties of fluids and includes hydrostatics, buoyancy, flow of incompressible fluids, orifices, venturis and nozzles.
    MET 226  Applied Heat Principles  (3-3-4)
    Offered Fall and Spring Semesters
    Prerequisite:  MAT 110 or MAT 178
    This course covers energy transfer principles involved in heating, cooling, and power of thermal efficiency through the study of various thermodynamic cycles.  Heat transfer through conduction, convection and radiation as well as heating and cooling cycles of steam and HVAC equipment are analyzed.

    MET 231  Machine Design  (2-6-4)
    Offered Fall and Spring Semesters
    Prerequisite:  MET 211
    This course covers the design and applications of machine elements such as shafts, couplings, springs, brakes, clutches, gears and bearings.  It also covers the applications of principles of statics, strength of materials, engineering drawing and dynamics to the design of simple machines.  Conditions of static and fatigue loading while using various theories of safety factor determination are utilized in this course.

    MET 235  Manufacturing Engineering Principles  (1-3-2)
    Offered Fall and Summer Semesters
    Pre- or Co-requisites (required):  EGT 151 or EGT 152 or EGR 210 or EGR 275 and MAT 120 or MAT 140(prerequisite preferred)
    This course covers an analysis of the management of manufacturing using the tools of work cell design, standards, process planning, inventory control and quality control.  It includes analytical decision making and planning techniques.  Robot safety and use is integrated into this course.