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  Nov 21, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Manufacturing Engineering- MAET2, AAS


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The Manufacturing Engineering Technology MET program is a broad-based general science degree designed to prepare students for careers in the chemical processing industry, manufacturing, and advanced technology. The Manufacturing Engineering Technology MET program is a popular option found at fourteen universities in the State of Texas. Graduates from the Manufacturing Engineering Technology MET AAS program would have five options; (1) transfer to a 4-year engineering program, (2) transfer to a 4-year engineering technology program, (3) seek employment as an engineering technician, (4) seek employment as a process technician, research technician, laboratory technician or (5) transfer to a 4-year school offering a BS in Technology. Graduates from this program will have a solid foundation in mathematics, physics, and chemistry combined with a good understanding of the equipment and technology associated with the operation of the manufacturing industry. Optional career paths could include chemistry, safety, pharmaceuticals, power generation, or engineering. The program will comply with the American Chemical Society’s voluntary standards and with the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology in Engineering Technology.

Total: 13 SCH


Total: 15 SCH


Third Semester


Total: 15 SCH


Fourth Semester


Total: 17 SCH


Total Semester Credit Hours for Degree = 60


Approved Program Electives: PTAC 2486  Internship, others approved by Division Chair.  

Note: Students must complete 50% of technical courses at Lee College in order to receive a certificate or AAS degree. The Capstone Experience must be completed at Lee College.  

Note: To be eligible for a program related internship a student must have completed 25 credit hours of program specific courses and have a 2.5 GPA and/or by approval of Division Chair.

► Students should plan to take the capstone course in their last semester and should speak with their advisor prior to registering for the final semester.

♦ Core curriculum course.

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