Curriculum Guide

This is an example Curriculum Guide for a Mechancial Engineering Technology Major. View the Curriculum Guide on the UW-Green Bay Catalog.

Plan of Study Grid
Freshman
FallCredits
ET 101 Fundamentals of Engineering Technology 2
ET 105 Fundamentals of Drawing 3
CHEM 211
& CHEM 213
Principles of Chemistry I
and Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory (Natural Science)
5
MATH 202 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I (Quantitative Literacy) 4
First Year Seminar 3
 Credits17
Spring
ET 130 Basic Electrical Circuits I 3
ET 142 Introduction to Programming 3
CHEM 212
& CHEM 214
Principles of Chemistry II
and Principles of Chemistry II Laboratory
5
MATH 203 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II 4
General Education requirement 3
 Credits18
Sophomore
Fall
ENGR 213 Mechanics I 3
ET 116 Basic Manufacturing Processes 3
MATH 260 Introductory Statistics 4
PHYSICS 103
or PHYSICS 201
Fundamentals of Physics I
or Principles of Physics I
5
 Credits15
Spring
ENGR 214 Mechanics II 3
ENGR 220 Mechanics of Materials 3
ET 207 Parametric Modeling 3
PHYSICS 104
or PHYSICS 202
Fundamentals of Physics II
or Principles of Physics II
5
General Education requirement 3
 Credits17
Junior
Fall
ET 118 Fluids I 3
ET 221 Machine Components 3
ET 308 Finite Element Analysis 3
General Education requirement 3
General Education requirement 3
 Credits15
Spring
ET 318 Fluids II 2
ET 322 Design Problems 3
ET 324 Motors and Drives 3
General Education requirement 3
 Credits11
Senior
Fall
CHEM 320 Thermodynamics and Kinetics 3
ET 360 Project Management 3
ET 390 Mechatronics 4
Elective 1
General Education requirement 3
 Credits14
Spring
ET 400
or ET 410
Co-op/Internship in Engineering Technology (Capstone)
or Capstone Project
3
ENGR 301 Engineering Materials 2
Elective 3
General Education requirement 3
 Credits11
 Total Credits118

120 credits required to earn degree
General Education categories *requirement is met with a specific required course:
First Year Seminar-3 credits
Biological Science-3 credits
Fine Arts-3 credits
Global Culture-3 credits
Humanities-6 credits
Natural Sciences-3 credits*
Social Sciences-6 credits
Sustainability Perspective-3 credits
Quantitative Literacy-3 credits*
Capstone-3 credits*