2021-2022 Academic Catalog 
    
    Sep 20, 2021  
2021-2022 Academic Catalog

TSAP - Ivy Tech - Mechanical Engineering Technology, BS


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Admission Requirements

Ivy Tech students graduating with an AS degree in Engineering Technology are eligible for
admission with junior standing to Purdue University Northwest provided:

  • The student has submitted a complete application for admission to Purdue University Northwest
  • A course grade of “C” or better must be earned to be accepted for transfer
  • The student has a 3.0 or higher grade point average on a 4.0 GPA point scale

Sample Semester Sequence at Ivy Tech Community College - 60 Credits

First Semester

Course Title Credits
IVYT 111

Student Success in Technology

1
ENGT 120 Engineering Concepts & Technology 3
*EECT 111 Introduction to Circuit Analysis 4
*MATH 136 College Algebra 3
*ENGL 111 English Composition 3
  Total Credits 14

Second Semester

Course Title Credits
*MATH 137 Trigonometry with Analytic Geometry 3
METC 107 Mechanical Design & Documentation 3
METC 143 Materials & Processes 3
EECT 112 Digital Fundamentals 3
*COMM 101 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 3
  Total Credits 15

Third Semester

Course Title Credits
*MATH 221 Calculus for Technology I 3
*PHYS 101 Physics I 4
  *Social and Behavioral Ways of Knowing Elective 3
METC 220 CAD for Mechanical Design 3
EECT 128 Intro to C Programming 3
  Total Credits 16

Fourth Semester

Course Title Credits

*PHYS 102

or CHEM 111

Physics II

or Chemistry I

4
*PHYS 102 Ethics 3
  *STGEC Elective 3
METC 111 Statics 3
**ENGT 279 Portfolio Preparation 2
  Total Credits 15

*Required for Transfer General Education Core (TGEC) Certificate
The Transfer General Education Core (TGEC) Certificate requirements for this degree require a minimum of 30 credits. The
TGEC Certificate requires a minimum of one course from six areas of study. The number of TGEC elective courses shown
above may vary based on required TGEC course credits earned, area of study, and the student’s Individual Academic Plan. The
remaining degree requirements provide a mechanism for students to obtain the required minimum 60 credits to graduate with the
appropriate Associate level transfer degree.

**Capstone Course

Sample Semester Sequence at Purdue University Northwest - 67 Credits

Fifth Semester

Course Title Credits
MET 24200 Manufacturing Processes II 3
MET 21300 Dynamics 3
MET 21101 Applied Strength of Materials 3
MET 21102 Applied Strength of Materials Lab 1
MET 10200 Production Drawing 3
MET 23000 (See Note 1) Fluid Power 3
  Total Credits 16

Sixth Semester

Course Title Credits
MA 16021 (See Note 1) Applied Calc II and Diff. Equations 3
MET 21501 Applied Machine Elements 3
ENGL 22000 (See Note 1) Technical Report Writing 3
MET 32900 Applied Heat Transfer 3
IET 30800 Engineering Project Management and Economic Methods I 3
  Total Credits 15

Seventh Semester

Course Title Credits
STAT 30100 Elementary Statistical Methods I 3
IET 35200 Operations Management 3
MET 38200 Controls and Instr. for Automation 3
OLS 30000 Safety and Health for Engineering Technologies 3
MET 32500 Applied Thermodynamics 3
  Total Credits 15

Eighth Semester

Course Title Credits
MET 46100 Computer Integrated Design and Manufacturing 3
MET 31300 Applied Fluid Mechanics 3
  MET/IET Elective 3
MET 49500 Senior Project Survey 3
  Total Credits 12

Ninth Semester

Course Title Credits
MET 49700 Senior Project 3
  MET/IET Elective 3
  COM/OLS Elective (30000 level and above) 3
  Total Credits 9

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