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Introduction to Mechanical Technology

MEC 100 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
Introduction to Engineering Technology is designed to provide
students with the foundation necessary to succeed in the
Mechanical Engineering Technology program and in industry.
The course will introduce students to important concepts in
industry to include safety, maintenance, and quality. Students
will learn how to create the type of technical reports industry
desires through individual and group design projects. Key
concepts such as critical thinking, problem solving, and
team building will be exercised through classroom activities.
Students obtain resume writing and interview skills. Tours
of local manufacturing facilities will provide students the
opportunity to experience the manufacturing environment
allowing for experiences they can relate to in future classes. 3 Credits
 
MEC 102 BLUEPRINT READING & TECHNICAL SCHEMATICS
Prerequisites: MEC 100 or WTT 101
This course is designed to provide students with a background
in reading blueprints and technical schematics. Students will
learn the different components, and terminology involved in
various types of drawings and diagrams they may come across
in industry. The class encompasses machining, construction,
and welding drawings, as well as how to read electrical,
hydraulic, pneumatic, piping, instrumentation, and refrigeration.
Students will learn the importance of understanding how to
read drawings and diagrams as well as how to troubleshoot a
system. 1 Credit 
 
MEC 209 INDUSTRIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
This course covers the importance of worker safety in the
workplace and explores components of effective safety
programs. Students will learn about OSHA standards and what
effect it has on industry. The class also teaches students about
various lifting, fire, and health hazards and how to operate
safely in the work environment. 2 Credits
 
CSC 102 INTRODUCTION TO MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS
This course focuses on the latest application software and
operating systems used in the business world. The course
will prepare students to be intelligent users of computers and
to understand the basics of word processing, spreadsheets,
database, and the Internet through 鈥渉ands-on鈥 laboratory
experiences. This course fulfills the SUNY General Education
requirement for the Information Management Competency. 3 Credits
 
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