In the curriculum listings appear several courses titled “MET Elective.” MET electives allow the student to select and pursue specific career objectives within the mechanical engineering technology field. MET electives are upper-division MET courses, not specifically required for graduation.
Students from other institutions should refer to the sections of this catalog titled “Transfer Students” and “Admission to Baccalaureate Programs.” The Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology requires 191 credit hours as prescribed in the following curriculum outline.
Required courses and recommended terms during which they should be taken:
d Consult with an academic advisor or program director regarding available and appropriate MET elective courses. Certain ENGR, MECH and MET upper-division courses not already required for the program are also acceptable