Manufacturing Industrial Engineering Technology

Manufacturing Industrial Engineering Technology, Associate of Applied Science

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MATH-1530College Algebra 14
MET-1100Technology Orientation2
MET-1230Drawing & AutoCAD 23
MET-1120Computer Applications and Programming2
MET-1240Machine Tools and Manufacturing Processes3
Select one of the following:3
College Composition I
Honors College Composition I
MATH-1540Trigonometry 13
MET-1300Engineering Materials and Metallurgy3
MET-1250Introduction to Additive Manufacturing3
MET-1410Computer Aided Manufacturing Processes3
MET-26013D Solid Modeling3
MET-1261Product Ideation & Design I3
MET-1270Additive Manufacturing Processes3
MET-21603D Scanning, Reverse Engineering, and Quality Inspection3
PHYS-1210College Physics I 34
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College Composition II
Honors College Composition II
Technical Writing
Select one of the following:3-4
3D Digital Design & Printing
College Physics II 4
MET-2422Fundamentals of Engineering Economics3
MET-2410Quality Control and Lean Manufacturing3
MET-2990Product Development and Manufacture3
Arts & Humanities/Social & Behavioral Sciences requirements3
1

MATH-1580 Precalculus or MATH-1610 Calculus I will be accepted in place of MATH-1530 College Algebra & MATH-1540 Trigonometry but an additional 2 credit hours of general electives may be needed.

2

MET-1220 and MET-1200 together will be accepted in place of MET-1230 Drawing & AutoCAD.

3

PHYS-2310 General Physics I will be accepted in place of PHYS-1210 College Physics IPHYS-2310 General Physics I is recommended for students planning to transfer.

4

PHYS-1220 College Physics II is recommended for students planning to transfer to a four-year program.

Students should select either a Cultural Sensitivity or a Civic Responsibility elective to fulfill their Arts and Humanities/Social and Behavioral Science Requirement.

Cultural Sensitivity Electives

ARTS AND HUMANITIES
DANC-1100Dance Appreciation3
ENG-2430Introduction to Literature: Drama 13
ENG-2510African-American Literature I 13
ENG-2520African-American Literature II 13
ENG-2601Literature for Children and Adolescents 13
ENG-2700World Literature 13
ENG-2730Exploration of World Mythology 13
HIST-2031Islam to the Modern Middle East3
HUM-1010Introduction to Humanities3
HUM-1020The Individual in Society3
HUM-102HHonors Individual in Society3
HUM-1030The Individual in Cosmos3
THEA-1010Theatre Appreciation3
THEA-2210History of Theatre and Drama I3
THEA-2220History of Theatre & Drama II3
SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
ANTH-1010Cultural Anthropology3
ANTH-2010Peoples and Cultures of the World3
HIST-1010History of Civilization I3
HIST-1020History of Civilization II3
HIST-1510United States History to 18773
POL-2070International Relations3
PSY-1010General Psychology3
PSY-2020Life Span Development4
SOC-2100Aging and Society3
SOC-2410Sociology of Gender3
SOC-2550Race and Ethnic Relations3

Civic Responsibility

ARTS AND HUMANITIES
HUM-1020The Individual in Society3
HUM-102HHonors Individual in Society3
HUM-1030The Individual in Cosmos3
PHIL-1000Critical Thinking3
PHIL-2050Bioethics3
SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
GEOG-2030Environmental Geography3
HIST-1510United States History to 18773
HIST-1520United States History Since 18773
HIST-152HHonors United States History since 18773
POL-1010American National Government3
POL-101HHonors American National Government3
POL-1020State & Local Government3
POL-2030Comparative Politics3
POL-2070International Relations3
UST-1010Introduction to Urban Studies3

MATH-1140, MATH-1141, MATH-1200, MATH-1270, and MATH-1280 can no longer count towards fulfilling the college-level mathematics requirement.  These courses were re-classified as developmental mathematics by the state of Ohio in 2016.  Tri-C established a 5-year transitioning window for students who had completed these courses prior to 2016 to apply them towards meeting graduation requirements, which expired in Summer 2021. It is highly recommended to see a counselor to determine the appropriate math required for your current major.

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