Science, Technologies, Engineering, & Mathematics (STEM) Academy

Queensborough Academy
The STEM Academy provides the highest quality of science education, scholarly research, and technical expertise to the people and industries of the United States.

Mechanical Engineering Technology - Associate in Applied Science degree (AAS)

Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET (ETAC of ABET):

415 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD, 21201
410.347.7700

Course no. Course title Common core category Credits
Common core requirements
EN 101 English Composition I I.A 3
EN 102 English Composition II I.A 3
MA 114 College Algebra and Trigonometry for Technical Students* I.B 4
PH 201 General Physics I** I.C 4
PH 202 General Physics II** II.E 4
History or Social Science (2 courses) II.A/II.B/II.D/II.E 6
Subtotal 24
Major requirements
MA 128 Calculus for Technical and Business Students 4
MT 100 Introduction to Engineering Technology 1
MT 111 Technical Layouts 2
MT 122 Manufacturing Process 3
MT 124 Metallurgy and Materials 3
MT 140 Engineering Analysis 1
MT 161 Fundamentals of Computer Numerical Control 3
MT 293 Parametric Computer Aided Design 3
MT 341 Applied Mechanics 3
MT 345 Strength of Materials 3
MT 369 Computer Applications in Engineering Technology 3
MT 491 Computer Controlled Manufacturing 2
MT 492 Introduction to Virtual Automation 2
MT 523 Thermodynamics 3
Subtotal 36
Electives – Choose 4 credits from the following classes

MT 125 Metallurgy and Materials Laboratory
MT 162 Microcomputer Programming for Computer Numerical Control
MT 163 Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM)
MT 164 Computer-Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)
MT 346 Strength of Materials Laboratory
MT 488 Computer-Aided Design Drafting (CADD)
MT 513 Thermo-Fluid Systems
MT 514 Thermo-Fluid Systems Laboratory
MT 525 Measurement Techniques in the Thermal Sciences

MT 900 Cooperative Education/Design Projects in Mechanical Engineering Technology
Subtotal 4
Total credits required 64
*Students may substitute MA 440 or MA 441 for MA 114. Students planning to pursue a BS Arch/M. Arch or B. Arch. should take PH 201 and MA 441.
**PH 301, 302 or PH 411, 412, 413 may be substituted for PH 201, 202.
All students must complete two (2) WI designated classes to fulfill degree requirements.