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1 General Information An Associate Degree is awarded in both Manufacturing Engineering Technology and Manufacturing Design Technology Department. Both associate programs share the same first four quarters, which provide a core foundation of knowledge in manufacturing processes, design, and the manufacturing environment. A Bachelor Degree is also awarded in Manufacturing Engineering Technology described below. Associate Degree in Manufacturing Engineering Technology Students at the Associate in Science level in Manufacturing Engineering Technology study the design of products by learning design principles, sketching, problem-solving and how both the engineering materials and the manufacturing processes and machines are selected and scheduled. Learning includes studying the theories in the classroom as well as practical knowledge gained in several high technology laboratories. Students gain knowledge in a broad background in areas such as electricity and electronics, metrology and the measurement of products and the manufacturing processes, basic computer programming, and tool design. Students complement the first four quarters with additional knowledge in human relations, safety and OSHA requirements, the planning of all resources in the manufacturing environment (materials, machines, facilities, workers), the use of automation, quality in the competitive global manufacturing environment, and the use of ergonomics (adapting work environments and products for use by a wide variety of humans). Employment opportunities are nationwide as a technologist in the areas of production, quality, safety, and processes. Associate Degree in After the core of the first four quarters, students in continue to study tool and product design utilizing the latest in computer assisted drafting and design software. Basic drafting instruction is also included incorporating both manual and computer techniques. The MDT program emphasizes design with a solid manufacturing background, and teaches the skills to perform design analysis.

2 Manufacturing Engineering Technology (MET Track) Curriculum Quarter I DR 113 Technical Drafting DR 114 Introduction to CAD MET 110 Introduction to MET/MDT MET 111 Design Principles MA 110 Introduction to College Math TEC 101 First Quarter Professional Seminar TEC 102 Developing Leadership Skills Quarter II MET 121 Tool Design MET 122 Manufacturing Processes MA 120 Technical Math I EN 101 English I -or- EN 102 English II Quarter III MET 132 Engineering Materials MET 133 Electricity/Electronics in Manufacturing MA 210 Technical Math II EN 102 English II -or Quarter IV MET 211 Computer Applications MET 212 Metrology MET 213 Statics/Strength of Materials PHY 120 Physics I PHY 121 Physics I Lab

3 Manufacturing Engineering Technology (MET Track) Curriculum Quarter V MET 221 Ergonomics MET 228 Human Resources in Manufacturing MET 229 Manufacturing Safety MA 325 Statistics Quarter VI MET 234 Manufacturing Planning MET 235 Manufacturing Automation MET 237 Quality PHY 230 Physics II PHY 231 Physics II Lab Total Credits 101 Total Contact Hours Legend C = Number of lecture hours per week L = Number of laboratory hours per week T = Total Quarter Hours where each lecture hour per week is one credit and each pair of laboratory hours per week is one credit.

4 (MDT Track) Curriculum Quarter I DR 113 Technical Drafting DR 114 Introduction to CAD MET 110 Introduction to MET/MDT MET 111 Design Principles MA 110 Introduction to College Math TEC 101 First Quarter Professional Seminar TEC 102 Developing Leadership Skills Quarter II MET 121 Tool Design MET 122 Manufacturing Processes MA 120 Technical Math I EN 101 English I -or- EN 102 English II Quarter III MET 132 Engineering Materials MET 133 Electricity/Electronics in Manufacturing MA 210 Technical Math II EN 102 English II -or Quarter IV MET 211 Computer Applications MET 212 Metrology MET 213 Statics/Strength of Materials PHY 120 Physics I PHY 121 Physics I Lab

5 (MDT Track) Curriculum Quarter V DR 231 Electronic Drafting DR 131 CAD II DR 211 Kinematics Quarter VI DR 123 Machine Drawing DR 234 Technical Illustration DR 222 Electro- Mechanical Design DR 236 CAD III Total Credits 97 Total Contact Hours Legend C = Number of lecture hours per week L = Number of laboratory hours per week T = Total Quarter Hours where each lecture hour per week is one credit and each pair of laboratory hours per week is one credit.

6 Course Descriptions DR 113 Technical Drafting This course provides instruction in basic drawing techniques, use of equipment, lettering, graphic geometry, and orthographic projection. DR 114 Introduction to Computer Aided Design (CAD) 2 Class Hours 4 Lab Hours 4 Quarter Credit Hours A theory course with applications covering the elements of computer aided design. Students become familiar with keyboard and tablet functions and perform elementary orthographic drawings. DR 123 Machine Drawing Prerequisite: DR 113 and DR 114 Continued instruction in orthographic projection with single and double views, double auxiliary views, sections and conventions, intersections and developments, and advanced assemblies. DR 131 Computer Aided Design (CAD) II 3 Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 4 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: DR 114 A continuation of theory and application in the use of the computer in drafting and design. Further CAD functions are covered leading to the execution of advanced mechanical drawing projects. Also included is isometric drawing along with theory on computer-aided manufacturing. DR 211 Kinematics Prerequisite: DR 113 and DR 114 Analysis of machine parts and linkages for proper design. Topics include: design of linkages; gear drives, belt and chain drives; and cams. Includes analysis of velocity, acceleration, static and inertia forces in machines. DR 222 Electro-Mechanical Design Prerequisite: MET 111, DR 113 and DR 114 Includes usage of electrical components such as starters, motors, switches, controls and current conductors in machine design. DR 231 Electronic Drafting Prerequisite: DR 114 The student will learn fundamental drafting conventions and standards in the drawing of schematics and wiring diagrams, electronic components, printed circuit boards, and methods of graphical data presentation. DR 234 Technical Illustration Prerequisite: DR 113 and DR 114 Theory and application in the principles and practice of pictorial drawing. Topics include: dimetric, axonometric and perspective drawing. Students develop inking skills. Major emphasis is isometric drawing. DR 236 Computer Aided Design (CAD) III 2 Class Hours 4 Lab Hours 4 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisites: DR 114 Continued usage and customization of Computer Aided Design. MET 110 Introduction to Manufacturing Engineering Technology 1 Class Hour 1 Quarter Credit Hour An introduction to the career opportunities and professional affiliations available to drafting and manufacturing technologists. Involves basic lab assignments, career exploration and requirements to complete the major.

7 Course Descriptions MET 110 Introduction to Manufacturing Engineering Technology 1 Class Hour 1Quarter Credit Hour An introduction to the career opportunities and professional affiliations available to drafting and manufacturing technologists. Involves basic lab assignments, career exploration and requirements to complete the major. MET 111 Design Principles 2 Class Hours 2 Quarter Credit Hours Basic problem-solving techniques and creativity exercises to learn how to solve manufacturing design and process problems. Solutions will be presented through reports, drawings and projects (both team and individual). MET 121 Tool Design 4 Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 5 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: MA 110 Theory and application in the design of jigs, fixtures and gauges. Topics include locating and clamping techniques, tool tolerances, methods of manufacture and assembly, tool components, and materials and tool design standards. MET 122 Manufacturing Processes 3 Class Hours 4 Lab Hours 5 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: MA 110 Fundamentals of machine technology, with step-by-step analysis of how to turn materials into products. MET 132 Engineering Materials 3 Class Hours 4 Lab Hours 5 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: MA 120 Material properties will be discussed as they apply to product design, manufacturing process design and control. Theories will be discussed in class and reinforced through lab problems. MET 133 Electricity/Electronics in Manufacturing 4 Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 5 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: MA 120 Basic electrical and electronics theory. Introductory circuit analysis, microprocessors, and digital electronics. MET 211 Computer Applications 3 Class Hour 0 Lab Hours 3 Quarter Credit Hours Introduction to computer programming for engineering applications. MET 212 Metrology Prerequisite: MA 120 The science of measurement in the manufacturing environment will be studied with emphasis on measurement, tolerance control and inspection. Economics and its relationship to measurement is covered. Both manual measurement techniques and automated techniques will be taught. MET 213 Statics/Strength of Materials 2 Class Hours 4 Lab Hours 4 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: MA 120 Theories of statics, dynamics and strength of materials and their relationship to design and processing functions in manufacturing are discussed. MET 221 Ergonomics 2 Class Hours 2 Quarter Credit Hours Investigation of work place design and environmentalstress from heat, noise, vibration, repetitive motion, illumination and poor working postures to develop effective person-machine interfaces. The working environment will be discussed as well as the impact of ergonomics on the consumer product. MET 228 Human Resources in Manufacturing 3 Class Hours 3 Quarter Credit Hours A study of operations and responsibilities of personnel departments in manufacturing organizations. Specific study of current labor law and government regulations, employment policies and practices, compensation and benefits

8 Course Descriptions administration, conflict resolution and performance appraisals, and human resource utilization, requirement planning, and training/development. MET 229 Manufacturing Safety 3 Class Hours 3 Quarter Credit Hours Techniques of developing safety practices in an industrial environment. Topics include OSHA, current legislation, cost analysis, personal protection, employee selection, psychological aspects, product liability, hazardous materials and catastrophe control. The course assists student in taking the certification test for the American Society of Safety Engineers. MET 234 Manufacturing Planning 3 Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 4 Quarter Credit Hours A study of the problems involved in forecasting, budgeting and bidding manufacturing projects. This information prepares the student for testing to receive certification from the American Production and Inventory Control Society. MET 235 Manufacturing Automation 3 Class Hours 2 Lab Hours 4 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisites: MET 211 and MET 122 The utilization of robotics, CNC, DNC and automated controls and assembly processes in the manufacturing environment. Levels of automation, as well as flexible and hard automation, open and closed loop control, adaptic control and material handling will be discussed. MET 237 Quality 3 Class Hours 3 Quarter Credit Hours Prerequisite: MA 325 Organization, methodology and responsibilities of quality assurance programs in manufacturing industries. Includes the statistical analysis of quality as well as current quality topics, especially as related to global competition. Theory and application in the design of jigs, fixtures and gauges. Topics include locating and clamping techniques, tool tolerances, methods of manufacture and assembly, tool components, and materials and tool design standards.

9 Questions and Answers 1. When do my classes meet? Days: Your technical classes normally meet for three hours a day five days a week. Classes normally begin in the early morning (7:45), late morning (usually 11:25), or mid afternoon. Your class starting time will be confirmed on registration day. A technical time slot may vary from quarter to quarter. Evenings: Your technical classes meet on the average of three nights a week, although there may be times when they will meet four nights a week. Classes normally begin at 5:45. Your class starting time will be confirmed on registration day. IN ADDITION, to achieve your associate degree, you will take a total of eight liberal arts courses, which will be scheduled around your technical schedule over the course of your entire program. Each liberal arts course meets approximately four hours per week. At the beginning of each quarter you will receive a detailed schedule giving the exact time of all your classes. 2. How large will my classes be? The average size for a class is about 20 to 25 students; however, larger and smaller classes occur from time to time. 3. How much time will I spend in lab? Almost half of your technical courses consist of laboratory work. In order for you to get the most out of your laboratory experiences, you will first receive a thorough explanation of the theory behind your lab work. 4. Where do my classes meet? Students should be prepared to attend classes at any of NEIT s classroom facilities: either on Access Road or at the Post Road campus. 5. I have not earned my high school diploma or GED: can I enroll in the program? If you are beyond the age of compulsory school attendance, your admissions officer will set up an appointment for you at the New England Tech Academic Skills Center (ASC). ASC staff will administer a standardized test approved by the federal government for determining a student s ability to benefit from a program. If you pass the test, you may enroll in the program. 6. How long should it take me to complete my program? To complete your degree requirements in the shortest possible time, you should take the courses outlined in the prescribed curriculum. For a typical six-quarter curriculum, a student may complete the requirements in as little as 18 months. To complete all your degree requirements in the shortest time, you should take at least one liberal arts course each quarter as long as no special technical elective is required. Students who need more time to complete their curriculum may postpone some of the liberal arts courses until after the completion of the technical requirements. Students are provided up to two additional quarters of study to complete the liberal arts requirements without any additional tuition assessment. During these additional quarters of study, students are required to pay administrative fees, as well as any other applicable fees. Students may also elect to complete some of their liberal arts requirements during Intersession, a special five-week term scheduled between the Spring and Summer quarters. Students will not be assessed any additional tuition for liberal arts courses taken during the Intersession. Students wishing to extend the required technical courses in their curriculum will be assessed additional tuition and fees.

10 Questions and Answers 7. How many credits do I need to acquire my financial aid? In order to be eligible for the maximum financial aid award, you need to maintain at least 12 credits per academic quarter. 8. What does my program cost? The cost of your program will be as outlined in your enrollment agreement, along with your cost for books and other course materials. Students who decide to extend their curriculum will be subject to additional fees and possible additional tuition costs. Students who require prerequisite courses will incur additional tuition and fees above those outlined in their enrollment agreement. 9. Is NEIT accredited? NEIT is accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges (NEASC s) Commission on Technical and Career Institutions. Accreditation by NEASC is recognized by the federal government and entitles NEIT to participate in federal financial aid programs. Some academic departments have specialized professional accreditations in addition to accreditation by NEASC. For more information on accreditation, see NEIT s catalog. 10. Can I transfer the credits that I earn at NEIT to another college? The transferability of a course is always up to the institution to which the student is transferring. Students interested in the transferability of their credits should contact the Office of Teaching and Learning for further information. 11. What kind of employment assistance does NEIT offer? The Office of Career Services assists NEIT students and graduates in all aspects of the job search, including resume writing, interviewing skills, and the development of a job search strategy. Upon completion of their program, students may submit a resume to be circulated to employers for technical employment opportunities. Employers regularly contact us about our graduates. In addition, our Office of Career Services contacts employers to develop job leads. A strong relationship with employers exists as a result of our training students to meet the needs of industry for over fifty years. No school can, and NEIT does not, guarantee to its graduates employment or a specific starting salary. 12. Where will job opportunities exist? Graduates have obtained employment in the local area. However, one of the most exciting aspects of this technology is the ability to look nationally for employment opportunities. 13. What is the Feinstein "Enriching America" Program? New England Institute of Technology is the proud recipient of a grant from the Feinstein Foundation. To satisfy the terms of the grant, the College has developed a one-credit community enrichment course as a requirement for graduation. All entering associate degree students must take the course, which includes hands-on community enrichment projects. The course can be taken for a few hours per quarter, spread over several quarters. Students who are already engaged in community enrichment on their own may be able to count that service towards course credit. 14. How much time will I spend on Computer Assisted Drafting (CAD)? You will receive approximately 60 hours of formal training on CAD during the first quarter of your program. Mechanical Design students will receive an additional 110 hours of CAD during the fifth and sixth quarters. 15. Is there any state or federal licensing required in my field? No license is required for any of the careers which you will be preparing to enter.

11 Questions and Answers 16. Will I be able to continue toward a bachelor's degree? Yes. Manufacturing Engineering Technology students may continue toward a baccalaureate degree by taking an additional six quarters (18 months). students must complete two additional quarters of study at the associate level before entering the bachelor s program. 17. What kind of jobs will I be qualified to look for? You will be qualified to obtain entry-level positions in the areas of: Design Drafting Mechanical Design Machine Design Automation Design Tool Design Product Design Technical Sales Manufacturing Engineering Technology Manufacturing Engineer Project Engineer Production Supervisor Engineering Technician Applications Engineer All students who are interested in or Manufacturing Engineering Technology register for the same quarters, 1-4. Upon completion of quarter 4, students will select whether they want an associate degree in or Manufacturing Engineering Technology and will be registered for quarter 5 and quarter 6 of their respective technology. A college representative has reviewed all of the above material with me and I have received a copy. Signature: Date: (Rev. 8/31/01 SC)

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